What will Orange County look like in the year 2030? The Comprehensive Plan embodies a community vision for guiding growth in Orange County. It helps the County manage growth to ensure the quality of life desired by Orange County residents. The County's Comprehensive Plan includes a Future Land Use (FLU) Map, with FLU designations for all property in unincorporated Orange County.
All new development must be consistent with the goals, objectives, policies and maps in the Comprehensive Plan. If a development proposal is not consistent with the Future Land Use Map, an amendment may be required, even if it’s consistent with the property’s Zoning classification.
There are two types of applications, regular cycle amendments and small scale amendments
Most Future Land Use Map amendments for projects less than 10 gross acres in size are small scale amendments. All other projects are regular cycle amendments. Please check with staff to determine if a project is regular cycle or small scale.
Applications for Regular Cycle amendments are accepted twice a year.
Applications for Small Scale amendments are accepted quarterly.
Applicants wishing to request an amendment should contact the Planning Division at 407.836.5321 or email@example.com.
A pre-application meeting is required prior to submitting a Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application. These meetings occur as part of the amendment cycle. Property owner(s) or authorized agents of the property owner(s) may request a pre-application meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to identify and discuss the proposed request, discuss any issues relating to the proposed application prior to submittal, and review application requirements.
Future Land Use Map Amendment Pre-Application Meeting Schedule
Orange County Planning Division
Comprehensive Planning Section
201 South Rosalind Avenue, 2nd Floor
Orlando, FL. 32801
Phone: (407) 836-5600