Orange County Government, Florida

Employee Benefits

My Life, My Health, My Choice.
Medical, Dental, and More

Orange County Government offers an array of employee benefit options. If you are a new employee enrolling in medical, dental and vision benefits, there is a 60-day waiting period before your coverage begins, and you will have 30 days from the date of hire to sign up for your benefit elections.

As an employee you can make changes during the annual open enrollment each fall. During this time, you have the chance to review your benefits and make changes that meet your personal needs.

You may also make changes to your benefits during the year if you experience a qualified life event such as marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child. The County follows the criteria established by section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code to determine that a qualified event has occurred. You can then come forward to make the changes as long as you do this within 60 days of the event.

Domestic Partner Benefits

Orange County extends benefits eligibility to same-sex domestic partners. Please refer to the Domestic Partner Benefits Guidebook for information about domestic partner coverage under the various benefit plans. The guidebook also provides important information about the process of declaring a domestic partnership as well as tax considerations.

Benefit Resources

 Orange County Resources

Medical Plan & Pharmacy Plan

Dental Plan

Cigna Resources

Other Benefits

  • Training & Development Opportunities
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Leave’
  • Employee discounts and specials
  • Educational Assistance
  • Employee Assistance Program
    • Company ID/Log In: ORANGECOUNTY
  • Free membership to County and Orlando Magic gyms

Florida Prepaid College

Contact Us

Contact your division's human resources representative for assistance.

Phone: (407) 836-2900

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