Federal law, the Florida Constitution, and the Orange County Charter requires Orange County undergoes a redistricting process after each federal decennial census. The purpose of such process is to reconfigure the political boundaries of the six County Commission Districts in order to account for population changes. The U.S. Census Bureau completed the latest census in 2020, and the County subsequently completed its required decennial redistricting process on February 22, 2022.
New Commission Districts
An interactive map of the new Commission Districts adopted by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners can be found linked below.
Interactive Map of New
County Commission Districts
County residents seeking information regarding which County Commission District they now reside in may do so by using the interactive map’s “find address or place” search feature.
Summary of Redistricting Process
In August 2021, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners established the Orange County Advisory Committee for Redistricting 2021. The purpose of this Committee was to hold multiple public meetings to solicit input, review the census data, draft and analyze proposed County Commission District boundary adjustments, and to develop a non-binding recommendation for the review and consideration of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners.
A detailed summary of the Committee’s process and the recommendations made to the Orange County Board of County Commissioners can be found in the Committee Finding of Facts.
Committee Findings of Fact
The Committee’s ultimate recommendations were presented to the Orange County Board of County Commissioners at a work session held on January 25, 2022. The Board then held a public hearing on February 22, 2022, where it further reviewed and discussed the Committee's recommendations and then adopted Ordinance 2022-06, wherein it approved the final County Commission District map. The Ordinance can be found below.