We invest our efforts directly in our community and also promote its interests at the county, state and national levels to assure the continued vitality of a unique, family-friendly place to live and work.
We are your neighbors. We are healthcare workers; law enforcement officers; tradespersons; teachers and construction workers. We are government service personnel; taxi drivers; salespersons; counselors; ministers and theme park workers. We are accountants; merchants; business owners; retirees and truckers.
We are every imaginable occupation and of multiple origins—both native-born and immigrant. We are the most diverse community in Orange County, Florida.
We are dedicated volunteers who take pride in our community and devote our spare time and talents to improving the quality of life for all Pine Hills residents!
In 1972, the Pine Hills Women’s Club, while trying to solve a problem with the Orange County Sewer System, came across the idea of forming a Community Council. Since 1972, the Council has brought together businesses, individuals and delegates from community organizations to focus their combined efforts toward improving the life values in the Pine Hills community. After years of dedication from its members, the Council enjoys the support of the community and the respect of our County, State and Federal Government.
The Council is a great way to network, increase business opportunities and have fun while meeting new people and seeing familiar faces. The Council also hosts premier events, like the Greater Orlando “People’s HOB NOB”, Central Florida’s largest attended of HOB NOB in 2018.
Our most popular events are the monthly Community Meetings. Join us every first Tuesday, for food, drink and relationship building with fellow council members and residents.