Ordinances are laws passed for Orange County by the Board of County Commissioners. Ordinances are codified in the Orange County code.
The Municipal Code Corporation of Tallahassee, Fla., handles the distribution of the code for the County. For additional information regarding Orange County code, please visit www.Municode.com.
Recent information is always available from the Clerk of the Board Office in the official minutes of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners. You may obtain copies of Ordinances adopted by the County by contacting the Clerk of the Board at ClerkofBCC@occompt.com or by calling (407) 836-7300.
An Ordinance Amending the Orange County Road Impact Fee Ordinance; Providing for Updates and Amendments to the Orange County Code, Chapter 23, Impact Fees, Article IV, Road Impact Fees; Addressing Impact Fee Credits; Updating Administrative Regulation References; and Providing an Effective Date
An Ordinance Pertaining to Taxation in Orange County, Florida; Amending Section 25-140 of the Orange County Code ("The Tourist Development Plan") to Authorize Additional Funding for the Florida Classic Football Game and the Central Florida Sports Commission; Providing for Severability; and Providing for an Effective Date
An Ordinance affecting Orange County, Florida by amending Chapter 15, Article III, "Air Quality Control" of the Orange County Code by amending and renaming Section 15-66 ("Approval of air quality regulations"); repealing Section 15-67 ("Repealer"); amending and renaming Section 15-69 ("Permits; appeals and Board Review"); amending Section 15-70 ("Definitions"); amending Section 15-71 (Violations; penalties and remedies"); repealing Section 15-86 ("Short Title; Findings, Purpose and Intent"); amending and renaming Section 15-89 ("Permits required; exceptions from permitting; permit procedures; variances and waivers; exemptions; problems"); amending and renaming Section 15-90 ("Adoption of State Rules by reference"); and by creating Division 4 ("Asbestos Requirements") and providing an effective date.
An Ordinance pertaining to Comprehensive Planning in Orange County, Florida; amending the Orange County Comprehensive Plan, commonly known as the "2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan," as amended, by adopting remedial amendments pursuant to Section 163.3184(16), Florida Statutes, in accordance with the compliance agreement, in the case styled Department of Community Affairs v. Orange County, DOAH case no. L0-008550GM; and providing effective dates