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Areas Serviced in Seminole County:
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In 1824, the location to the south of St. Johns County was designated Mosquito County, with its seat at Enterprise. The county’s name was altered to Orange County in 1845 when Florida ended up being a state, and over the next 70 years numerous other counties were developed.
Seminole County’s place in between Volusia County and Orange County has actually made it among the fastest-growing counties in Florida. The Greater Orlando Metropolitan District that includes Seminole, Osceola, and the surrounding counties of Lake and Orange counties, together with surrounding Volusia and Brevard counties develop a feasible, varied and progressive setting for financial development and property advancement.
Seminole County was produced on April 25, 1913 from part of the northern part of Orange County by the Florida Legislature. It was called for the Seminole individuals who traditionally lived throughout the location. The name “Seminole” is believed to be stemmed from the Spanish word cimarron, suggesting “wild” or “runaway.”.