The city of St. Petersburg is among the 100 best places to live in the U.S., according to Livability.com’s 10th annual list.
The list utilizes extensive research into relocation trends, economic variables and factors influencing quality of life.
At 756 out of 1,000, St. Pete earned the highest LivScore in Florida.
The city earned its highest marks for amenities, economy and housing access. The amenities listed include access to pickleball courts, dog parks, the Pinellas Trail, award-winning golf courses, the downtown waterfront and the historic shuffleboard and lawn bowling complex.
St. Pete’s lowest score was on the environment.