Districting Commission


The Districting Commission shall consist of 5 members who shall serve on such commission for terms of one year, unless such terms are extended by the City Commission.


The Districting Commission has been formed to serve as an advisory body to the City Commission with respect to the redistricting of the 4 single-member districts of the City of Ocoee.


Upon appointment of a new Districting Commission in 1996, and every 5 years thereafter, the Districting Commission shall review the geographic boundaries of the 4 single-member districts in light of the most current, official census data, together with all other data relevant to the redistricting of geographic boundaries. The Districting Commission shall prepare a report to the City Commission containing recommendations, if any, for the adjustment of district boundaries as outlined in the City's Charter.

Board Application

At the August 16, 2016, Regular City Commission Meeting the Ocoee City Commission unanimously voted to begin the process of collecting applications (PDF) for the next Districting Commission. All applications will need to be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office by November 18, 2016, to be considered by the Commission.

Application forms (PDF) may be faxed to 407-905-3168 or mailed to our office at:

City of Ocoee
Attn: City Clerk's Office
150 N. Lakeshore Drive
Ocoee, FL 34761


After creating and reviewing 6 plans, the Districting Commission presented 2 plans to the City Commission. On November 15, 2011, the commission selected the plan known as Board Plan 6-Revised (JPG). Solid blue lines represent the current district boundaries (JPG); the dashed blue lines represent proposed boundary changes for that plan.