Due to the current Public Health Emergency declared by the State of Florida and the Chairman of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the Tribal Council has declared an emergency closing Tribal Wide beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 until further notice, as we strive to keep our Tribal Community and employees safe at this time. 

Some Seminole Tribe Of Florida  and Seminole Tribe Of Florida, Inc. departments have 24/7 operations and will remain open with limited business hours until further notice. Please check our site for continuous updates and information. We Thank You for your continued business and support.




What We Do

Fort Pierce

In 1995, fifty acres of St. Lucie County pine jungle were put into the trust of the United States of America -- the sixth Florida Seminole Reservation. Soon, it will be home to two dozen Seminole families, descendants of Seminole Indians who have lived in this area since before the city or county were even named.

Here is a historic 1995 photo taken of former Chairman James Billie, U.S. Dept. of the Interior officials and the future residents of the Fort Pierce Reservation on the day the reservation land was signed into trust.