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On Wednesday, October 12, at 9:30 a.m., Sheriff Grady Judd, Polk Commission Chair Martha Santiago, and Commissioners George Lindsey, III, Rick Wilson, Bill Braswell, and Neil Combee will symbolically break ground on the new Sheriff’s Ridge District Station at Poinciana to be located adjacent to the Polk County Fire Rescue Station 46, 9500 Marigold Avenue, Poinciana.
“I am so appreciative of Chair Martha Santiago and the entire Board of County Commissioners for making this new Sheriff’s substation a reality. The northeast ridge part of our county, including Poinciana, has experienced significant residential and commercial growth. We look forward to continuing our partnership with county government and the citizens of Poinciana and other Northeast Polk County citizens to keep our communities safe.” – Grady Judd, Sheriff
“This is an exciting milestone for our citizens and businesses in the Poinciana and Ridge/Northeast Polk area. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office does a fantastic job keeping us safe and fighting crime. With this new substation strategically placed on Marigold Avenue next to Fire Rescue Station 46 in Poinciana, we are demonstrating our commitment to maintaining a high quality law enforcement presence in Poinciana and the greater Polk County Ridge area.” - Martha Santiago, Chair, Polk County Board of County Commissioners