Welcome to beautiful Trinity, Florida!
Trinity Florida is a fast growing upscale community just north of the Pinellas and Hillsborough county borders in West Pasco County. It’s tri-county location is optimal for commuters. It is currently considered part of the New Port Richey area, though residents hope it will be recognized as it’s own town someday.
If you are moving to the Trinity Florida area, this site will provide you with a wide array of resources and general information about the area.
If you need any assistance or have questions, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us by sending an e-mail to [email protected]!
Looking for information on the new residential and commercial developments breaking ground in Trinity, Longleaf and Odessa? Check out the links below!
Starkey Ranch – Trinity, Florida – Starkey Ranch Aerial Video – Starkey Ranch Drone Footage
Asturia Florida – Odessa, Florida
Mitchell 54 West – Little Road and State Road 54 – Trinity, Florida
Mitchell Ranch South – Little Road and Mitchell Blvd – Trinity, Florida
Maricopa by West Bay Homes – Trinity, Florida / Longleaf, Florida
Upcoming Events in Trinity / New Port Richey and Odessa
Saturday, November 5 • 10AM-2PM
Starkey Ranch District Park – FREE Admission & Parking
This family friendly event is for kids of all ages and the opening of our newest amenity, Starkey Ranch District Park! Explore over 100 different vehicles, including military, police, fire, construction, buses and even a helicopter (or two!). Scout’s Fun Zone will include inflatables, craft activities, face painting, games and so much more – to keep the little guys busy when they’re not blowing sirens, honking horns and exploring the festivities.
Live music, demonstrations from public safety agencies and some really “cool’ vehicles, food vendors and more throughout the festival site.
Pasco Pet Fest Monthly Yappy Hour
The last Sunday of every month from 12pm – 3pm
at Gill Dawg Marina & Tiki Resturant
5419 Treadway Dr., Port Richey, Florida 34688
To help raise money for Raffle Rescue, Inc (a 501(c)3 animal welfare
Don’t see an event listed here? Would you like to add your event? Please contact us!
Recent Trinity / New Port Richey and Odessa News
Vallarta’s Mexican Restaurant has opened at 11345 State Road 54 in Trinity! You can call them at 727-372-0020. More information available at Let’s Eat Trinity.
After Hours Pediatrics is now open at Little Road and River Crossings Blvd (in the Publix Plaza) in New Port Richey / Trinity soon. This will be the first late night urgent care facility for pediatrics in the New Port Richey and Trinity communities!
After Hours Pediatrics New Port Richey
5400 Little Road
New Port Richey, FL 34655
Circle K to build at Starkey Blvd and State Road 54 – June 28, 2015
List of Stores at Tampa Premium Outlets in Wesley Chapel – June 28, 2015
Publix to open new store in Shoppes at Trinity Lakes – March 13, 2015
Push to resume Ridge Road Extension – February 20, 2015
Developer Hines Set To Launch Asturia – January 25,2015
Big Pasco Outdoor Mall at Mitchell Ranch – September 5, 2014
Behnke Ranch Projects Calls For Homes, Multifamily Units – April 8, 2014
– Pasco County Government – Behnke Ranch Project Information
Trinity Neighborhood News – March 2014 Edition
Mall and 800 homes planned for Pasco’s Mitchell Ranch Property – March 14, 2014
J.W. Mitchell High School – Rezoning Information
Seven Springs Middle School – Rezoning Information
Let the rezoning process run its course, Pasco board members say – October 4, 2016
Opposition is strong as Pasco panel begins to redraw school zones in Trinity – October 4, 2016
Parent, staff committee begins planning new boundaries for west Pasco schools – October 4, 2016
West Pasco Schools Rezoning Facebook Group – Join Today!
Pasco braces for outcry as officials consider changes to school zone – September 6, 2016
Pasco Parents Prepare for School Rezonings – Mitchell High School – August 24, 2016
With both Seven Springs Middle and J.W. Mitchell High experiencing more growth these opening weeks and becoming more overcrowded every day, we are faced with the need to rezone students in order to balance the populations with neighboring schools that are under capacity. This would potentially include Paul R. Smith Middle, Gulf Middle, River Ridge Middle/High, Seven Springs Middle, Anclote, Gulf, Mitchell and Ridgewood high schools. We do not yet know what areas will be rezoned. This process will begin in the coming weeks and will be complete by February 1, 2017. The new zones will become effective for the 2017-2018 school year.
Middle School and High School Boundaries to be determined by Parent/Staff Committee
Boundary Committee Meeting #1
Location: Seven Springs Middle School
Date: October 5, 2016, 7:30am
Boundary Committee Meeting #2
Location: Anclote High School
Date: October 26, 2016, 8:00am
Boundary Committee Meeting #3 (If Needed)
Location: River Ridge High School
Date: November 7, 2016, 8:00am
Location: River Ridge High School Performing Arts Center
Date: November 14, 2016, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Boundary Committee Meeting #3/4
Location: To Be Determined
Date: To Be Determined
School Board Actions
• First Reading: Date to be Determined
• Second Reading: Date to Be Determined
Last Updated 10/6/2016