The Florida Constitution and the Orange County Charter require a redistricting process every 10 years. This process reconfigures the political boundaries of the county’s six commission districts to account for increases and decreases in population. The goal is to ensure that each Orange County commissioner is representing a similar number of Orange County residents. As the U.S. Census Bureau completed the latest census in 2020, Orange County must complete its current decennial redistricting process by March 2022.
Process and Results
From September through December 2021, Orange County’s Advisory Committee for Redistricting completed twelve public meetings. Committee members reviewed census data, analyzed maps, and proposed adjustments to district boundaries that were compliant with the redistricting criteria.
The committee selected two map proposals for consideration.
Map Proposal 13A 1 Map Proposal 13A 2
The Orange County Board of County Commissioners will complete a work session in January 2022 to review map proposals, and hold a public hearing in February 2022 to decide on the adoption of a new county commission district map. View upcoming meeting dates.