What is PRFSC all about?
'Judge us not by what we say,but
what we do. Measure us by our accomplishments'
Making Poinciana A Better Place To Live
PRFSC Logo is Trademarked By State Of Florida
Latest News About Poinciana Transportation Issues
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Latest News on Poinciana Parkway

Osceola Expressway Authority Provides Update on Project

Parkway Project Is On Schedule and Under Budget
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Deck For Bridge Being Poured
Issues Discussed    Please click on issue to read description
Lakeland Ledger Poinciana Parkway Article
Osceola News Gazette Article
Poinciana's Elected Leaders Response To Community Questions Clarify Issues Facing Community

Funding for sidewalks, transportation etc is a burden for local government that we just don't have adequate funding to support without new county taxes.
Poinciana was developed in the late 1960's and early seventies before their were requirements for things such as sidewalks, street lighting and drainage that urban communities have today.

Osceola Commissioner Brandon Arrington
Ed Smith Representing Polk County Commission

Poinciana is not a city, one of the things cities provide are Chambers of Commerce to promote economic development, that is a problem that needs to be worked on.

Please click here to read Lakeland Ledger article describing meeting
Poinciana Infrastructure
Poinciana Business Development
Code Enforcement
Village 7 Fire Station
HOA Regulation
Cypress Woods CFD
Community Programs
Youth and School Activities
Poinciana Public Safety

ALCO/TECO – Open House at Poinciana Campus

The Technical Educational Center Osceola (TECO) and Adult Learning Center Osceola (ALCO) will be holding an Open House at the Poinciana Campus on Saturday, March 14, from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. The Open House will showcase a variety of post-secondary training programs that are available to adults. There will be campus tours and meet and greets with the instructors.

1030 Cypress Parkway
Kissimmee, FL 34759

Programs Offered:
TECO: Administrative Specialist, Legal & Medical Administrative Specialist, Medical Coder and Biller, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, and Medical Assisting​
ALCO: Adult Basic Education, GED®, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) - day and evening classes

Central Florida residents are invited to this free event to learn about expanding their skill level or preparing for employment in today’s highly-competitive workplace. TECO and ALCO, adult education schools within the Osceola School District, both offer training programs to adults which incorporate the career skills that are in demand in our society. Additional information can be found at teco.osceola.k12.fl.us and alco.osceola.k12.fl.us.
Contact: Maria Alvarado, ALCO/TECO Poinciana 407-343-7341

In July 2014 Valencia College Board of Trustees approved the future location of a Poinciana Campus on land offered by Osceola County at the intersection of Pleasant Hill Road and Reaves Road. Valencia invites community input as leaders embark on the formal planning process. This process will determine which educational programs will be offered in the future at the Poinciana Campus.
Valencia College Coming to Poinciana
Orlando Sentinel Features Article on Poinciana College Student's Commute
Joanna Conley, CEO Poinciana Medical Center Speaks to Poinciana Community
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Poinciana Participates in Great American Cleanup
PRFSC Wants To Thank Association of Poinciana Villages, Poinciana Veterans Club, Swamp Girl Adventures, Keep Polk County Beautiful and Poinciana HACER Club For their support of this project
April 2015 PRFSC Meeting Introduced Community to New Lake Marion Creek Academies to Train Poinciana Kids For Future Careers.
Monday April 6,2015 Poinciana Library 7PM
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PRFSC was very lucky to have Polk County Schools Assistant Superintendent John Small and Lake Marion Creek Middle School Principal MaryJo Costine along with her staff speak at our April 6 meeting.

Poinciana Engages BJM Consulting To Provide Assessment of Poinciana Strengths, Weaknesses , Opportunities and Threats.
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APV Board President Requests Forensic Audit Of First Services Residential
What are they hiding?
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Please click here to read what was reported
Please click here to read what FSR has to say
Poinciana Residents Turn Out For April 14,2015 APV Board Meeting
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Please click here to read Blog describing Poinciana Resident Turnout
Issues Identified Remaining to be Answered ?
Is Contract Addendum extending powers to First Residential  Management Company Legal and Binding?
Can First Residential Show APV Board Where All Poinciana Money Comes From and How it is Spent?
BJM Collects Surveys From Poinciana Residents to use to form evaluation
BJM makes on site visit to Poinciana Consulting with Poinciana Elected Government Leaders
Polk County Government
Tour of Poinciana Villages
Meeting with APV Board President and Vice President
Attends April 14 APV Board Meeting
Osceola County Government
Evaluation of 2015 Poinciana Incorporation Feasibility Study
BJM will present report to Osceola Legislative Delegation in mid May 2015 Poinciana Community Meeting
County Government Presentations
APV Presentations
Poinciana Incorporation Presentations

This page last modified on Sunday, April 19, 2015

If there were ever any doubt that people in Poinciana care about their community, the packed house Tuesday night removed those doubts.