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PRFSC  Making Poinciana A Better Place to Live

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Judge us not by what we say but what we do. Measure us by our accomplichments

Mary Jane Arrington Community Center

Poinciana HOA tries to make up budget shortfall on backs of Boy Scouts

Central Florida Expressway Authority is starting the next phase of final route selection to connect the northern end of the Poinciana Parkway to I4


This phase of the project is to select the best of  three alternative routs to connect the existing north end of the Parkway from the bridge directly to CR 532 flying over 17/92.

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Two Friends of Poinciana on election ballots to represent Poinciana. John Cortes is running unopposed to represent villages 1 and 2. Barbara Cady will run against Republican Mike LaRosa to represent villages 3,5,7 and 8.

Barbara Cady

Barbara Cady   Dem    House District 43


John Cortes Dem House District 42

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Poinciana Station sign

Poinciana residents  need for new Lynx bus service to allow  connection to and from the trans without the need to drive cars to get to the station gets press and media attention.

There supposedly was $1.2 million promised in SunRail plan to include bus connection service to Poinciana SunRail Station that suddenly disappeared. What happened to it? Why is Commissioner Arrington not supporting Poinciana?


New Dimensions High School Ranked Among Best High Schools in America by US News and World Report

According to the latest rankings of USA High Schools, New Dimensions High School in Poinciana is ranked very favorably. The charter public high school is ranked third in Osceola County, trailing only Osceola School for the Arts and Osceola Professional and Technical High School. It is ranked 14 out of the top 25 schools in the local Central Florida area according to the Orlando Sentinel entire state of Florida, 189 in Charter High Schools nationwide and 988 out of all the high schools nationwide.

Best of all it is located right here in Poinciana. According to the article it has 88% minority enrollment and a 97% graduation rate.



Website Last Updated September 22,2018

PRFSC September meeting features presentation on healthcare services available to low income Poinciana residents and family's.


Osceola Community Health Services provides primary medical care and other healthcare services to Poinciana individuals who require low cost healthcare due to low income or lack of insurance.

Save the Date

On Sunday October 14,2018 Poinciana will celebrate its Hispanic Heritage at the 12th annual Poinciana Hispanic Heritage Festival this year to be held at Vance Harmon Park,699 Country Club Road Mary Jane Arrington Aquatic Center.

Phoenix Homebuilder Taylor Morrison purchases AV Homes, developer of Poinciana

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Poinciana Medical Center Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary

Hospital Jan 2016

Poinciana Medical Center thanks the Poinciana resident volunteers who worked so hard to bring the hospital to Poinciana