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    What are the 10 villages of Poinciana Florida

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    Wikipedia  I don't think all 10 are listed here.  Sorry
    Poinciana is a census-designated place (CDP) in Osceola and Polk counties in the U.S. state of Florida. It lies southwest of Kissimmee and about 14 miles (23 km) east of Haines City. As of the 2010 United States Census, it had a population of 53,193.[3]
    As of June 2011 the Village I-X population was reported as 69,746 (this covers only the APV HOA Jurisdiction), according to "Box Score", a demographic breakdown of each of the 10 Villages which make up the Association of Poiciana Villages (APV). The difference from the Census figure is due to "Box Score" counting neighboring census tracts that are included within the Villages I-X HOA boundary defined by the State of Florida but not included in either the "PUD" or CDP population count. According to the latest census reports these adjoining tracts represent an additional 29,914 persons. Depending on the definition, the greater Poinciana Area represents a population of between 53,193 and 83,107.
    This puts Poinciana as one of the fastest growth areas for Central Florida over the past decade.
    Located on approximately 47,000 acres (190 km²), Poinciana APV is a deed-restricted community, which means that it is governed by a homeowners' association (HOA). The HOA is the Association of Poinciana Villages (APV). In 2011, the APV HOA fee stood at $264 per year, which the APV allows to be paid on a monthly basis. Other local fees may apply to communities within Poinciana, such as CDD's fees for residents of a community named Solivita (Village 10) which is a senior citizen only gated community. Neighbor subdivisions such as Crescent Lakes, Trafalgar, Doral, Isles of Bellalago, Cypress Cove, Wilderness, Bellalago, etc are included in the non CDP Census adjacent tracts referred to above. Many of these subdivisions were defined in the original Poinciana boundary PUD but were developed as separate HOAs, having their own taxing districts, fees etc.
     



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