Saint Petersburg is a city in Florida. It belongs to Pinellas County, and is the 4th largest city in the state. St. Petersburg is also a part of the Tampa Bay metropolitan statistical area, which is the second largest in the state. The city encompasses 133.1 square miles. 73.4 square miles of the total is comprised of water.
According to the 2006 census, St. Petersburg had a population of 248,098 and a population density of 4,126.7 people per square mile. Health and life insurance quotes in the area are affected by the demographics of the area. The racial makeup of the city was 71.36% Caucasian, 22.36% African American, 4.23% Hispanic/Latino, 2.67% Asian, 0.31% Native American, 0.05% Pacific ISlander, and 1.07% other. Roughly 2.17% of the population comes from two or more ethnicities. The median household income is $34,597 and the median family income is $43,198.
St. Petersburg's climate heavily influences the home insurance for the city. The area has a humid subtropical climate. From June through September, the city has a definite rainy season. Storms and hurricanes are frequent in this area, but the last time a hurricane hit this area directly was in 1921.
The availability and conditions of the roadways in St. Petersburg affect car insurance rates. The roads in downtown are standard, and there are many areas of interest near parking areas.