Cities in Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Area is the second-most populated metro area in Florida, and the 19th largest in America. The Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metropolitan Statistical Area accounts for the largest grouping of cities and unincorporated communities. The most prominent cities and unincorporated communities are listed below.Primary Cities (Over 100,000 Inhabitants)

  • Clearwater
  • St. Petersburg
  • Tampa

Medium-Range (50,000-100,000 inhabitants)

  • Bradenton
  • Brandon (unincorporated)
  • Largo
  • Lakeland
  • Palm Harbor (unincorporated)
  • Sarasota
  • Spring Hill (unincorporated)
  • Town ‘n’ Country (unicorporated)

Small Cities/Towns (10,000 and 50,000 inhabitants) Auburndale Bartow Bayonet Point (unincorporated) Bayshore Gardens unincorporated) Bloomingdale (unincorporated) Citrus Park (unincorporated) Dunedin Egypt Lake-Leto (unincorporated) East Lake (unincorporated) Elfers (unincorporated) Englewood (unincorporated) Fruitville (unincorporated) Greater Carrollwood (unincorporated) Gulf Gate Estates (unincorporated) Gulfport Haines City Holiday Homosassa Springs (unincorporated) Hudson (unincorporated) Jasmine Estates (unincorporated) Keystone (unincorporated) Lake Magdalene (unincorporated) Land O’ Lakes (unincorporated) Lealman (unincorporated) Lake Wales Lakeland Highlands (unincorporated) Lakewood Ranch (unincorporated) Lutz (unincorporated) New Port Richey North Port Greater Northdale (unincorporated) Oldsmar Palm River-Clair Mel (unincorporated) Palmetto Pinellas Park Plant City Poinciana (unincorporated) Riverview (unincorporated) Safety Harbor Seminole South Bradenton (unincorporated) South Venice (unincorporated) Greater Sun Center (unincorporated) Tarpon Springs Temple Terrace University (unincorporated) Westchase (unincorporated) Winter Haven Venice Zephyrhills