On Friday morning at 10 a.m., Osceola County celebrated the official opening of Neovation Way, providing drivers with a new direct route between Neptune Road and U.S. 192. This newly constructed two-lane divided roadway offers seamless access to NeoCity, Osceola’s expansive 500-acre technology campus.

Osceola County officials and community leaders gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning to celebrate the opening of Neovation Way. This new roadway in Kissimmee is designed to enhance connectivity and drive economic growth in the local community.

Neovation Way includes sidewalks, a shared-use trail, on-street parking, and bricked pedestrian crossings unique to the NeoCity campus. Additionally, a new traffic signal has been installed at the intersection of Neovation Way and Neptune Road to create smooth traffic flow and increased safety for both vehicles and pedestrians.

“Neovation Way is more than just a road,’’ said Chairwoman Grieb. “It represents a gateway to all of the opportunity and prosperity that NeoCity has to offer not only our residents but the Central Florida region, the state, and ultimately the U.S. economy. It’s part of our roadmap to ‘Be First to What’s Next!’”


Neovation Way
Neovation Way

Since 2022, Osceola County and its NeoCity partners have secured more than a half-billion dollars in federal funding to advance NeoCity’s ambitious goals hoping to secure Osceola County’s place in the global advanced semiconductor manufacturing industry, Chairwoman Grieb noted.

Jr. Davis Construction Company both designed and built the road at a cost of approximately $14.6 million. Funding for the road was provided, in part, by a $6 million grant from the Florida Job Growth Grant Fund, administered by FloridaCommerce.

“We continue to be grateful to our partners – in this case, the Governor’s office and FloridaCommerce for recognizing the significance of NeoCity and helping advance our vision,” Grieb said.

The county says Neovation Way will enhance the County’s ability to attract additional cutting-edge businesses to NeoCity by providing critical infrastructure improvements to the campus while offering a connection to downtown Kissimmee.