Orange County Government, Florida

Street Name Petition

Process

  • Submit Street Name Petition, Affected Property Owner’s Notarized Statement, a site plan drawn to scale that identifies the street/road and the abutting parcels and lots to the Zoning Division.
  • The application is reviewed by the Zoning Division and the Public Safety Communications Division.
  • The applicant will be notified in writing of the results of the review.

Submittal Guidelines

  • Street name petition.
  • Affected Property Owner’s Notarized Statement.
  • Submit a site plan drawn to scale that identifies the street/road and the abutting parcels and lots.
  • Provide evidence that the owner of each abutting parcel and lot has been notified of the proposed street/road name change. A roster with the signatures of all those owners shall be deemed sufficient evidence.
  • If any parcel or lot other than the applicant’s parcel or lot abuts the street/road that is the subject of the proposed name change, the applicant shall supply notarized statements from at least seventy-five percent (75%) of the owners of all the abutting parcels or lots showing that those abutting property owners consent (have no objection) to the proposed street/road name change.
  • If the applicant supplies notarized statements from at least seventy-five percent (75%) of the owners of all the abutting parcels and lots, the Zoning Manager shall place the request for the street/road name change on the Board of County Commissioner’s agenda, with a recommendation to approve or deny the petition.
  • The Board may approve a petition for a street/road name change in its sole and absolute discretion. The Board’s decision need not be made at a public hearing.

Fees

Completed applications may be submitted via regular mail or by email with a completed Credit Card Authorization Form to ZoningInternetMail@ocfl.net.

Contact Us

For questions, please call the Zoning Division:

Phone: (407) 836-3111
Fax: (407) 836-5507
Email: ZoningInternetMail@ocfl.net

Note: The Zoning Division and 911 Emergency Services will review the application and advise the applicant of the outcome. If the Street Name Petition is approved the Zoning Division will notify all appropriate agencies.