September’s Featured Member: The Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County

The Juvenile Welfare Board is a publicly funded, mission-driven organization that is all about Pinellas County children and families and believes all kids matter.

The JWB improves their lives through programs, partnerships and advocacy that ultimately benefit the whole community. JWB responsibly invests in programs with proven results and creates innovative partnerships that benefit tens of thousands of children and families each year. Their efforts also strengthen neighborhoods, communities and schools, making this a better place for everyone to live.

JWB is governed by an 11–member Board of Directors and has identified three strategic focus areas: School Readiness, School Success, and the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.

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April Featured Member: City of South Pasadena


Incorporated on July 1, 1955, the City of South Pasadena occupies 0.6 square mile on the west coast of central Florida. It shares boundaries with St. Petersburg, Gulfport, and St. Pete Beach, as well as unincorporated areas of the Pinellas County. South Pasadena’s population is approximately 5,000.

The City of South Pasadena enjoys a semi-tropical climate, plenty of sunshine each year and pleasant year-round breezes off the water. Whether you’re taking a stroll through a scenic waterfront park or grabbing a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants, South Pasadena is sure to charm you.

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March Featured Member: City of St. Pete Beach

St. Pete Beach is a barrier island community located just off the Pinellas County mainland of Saint Petersburg, just south of Treasure Island, and 20 miles from Clearwater Beach. With miles of pristine, white sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, an abundance of recreational opportunities, restaurants, and shopping, St. Pete Beach is one of the most enjoyable places to live and vacation, in the world.

The City of St. Pete Beach has a permanent population of about 10,032, but is also a popular winter residence for people living in other parts of the United States, Canada and Europe. Nearly 28 percent of the total residential homes and condominiums in St. Pete Beach are owned by people claiming primary residence elsewhere, reflecting a high volume of seasonal visitors.

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February’s Featured Member: City of Pinellas Park

Pinellas Park is a city located in central Pinellas County with a population of 49,079 at the 2010 census. Originally home to northern transplants and vacationers, the hundred-year-old city has grown into the fourth largest city in Pinellas County.

The city and surrounding areas are almost completely urbanized. Pinellas Park contains a substantial portion of the “Gateway” area of the county, targeted for future infrastructure, residential, and commercial development as it sits roughly in the middle of Tampa Bay’s 2+ million people. Though technically land-locked, its borders lie only a few miles from Tampa Bay to the east, and Boca Ciega Bay and the Gulf of Mexico to the west.

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December's Featured Member: City of Tampa

“Contributing to the success of our community is the way businesses, City government, and citizens work together to make Tampa a better place to live.”

Tampa, home to over 340,000 residents, is a vibrant, dynamic and beautiful city. Located on the banks of the Hillsborough River, Tampa’s rich history and diverse cultural heritage have long been strengths for the community.
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November's Featured Member: City of Oldsmar

“To provide leadership, innovation, environmental stewardship and excellent services in partnership with the community.”

Located at the top of Old Tampa Bay is the City of Oldsmar, a small unique city in Pinellas County. With its rich history, strategic location in the Bay area, various recreational activities, and small town charm, Oldsmar has much to offer businesses, residents and visitors.
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September's Featured Member: City of Temple Terrace

Incorporated in 1925, Temple Terrace is a city of 25,000 on the banks of the Hillsborough River in West Central Florida.

Temple Terrace provides an unparalleled standard of living for its more than 25,000 residents. From its beautiful parks to the college feel coming from the University of South Florida and Florida College, Temple Terrace provides residents “with a feeling they can’t get anywhere else.”Continue reading