Charter Review Commission

The Most Recent
Charter Review
Was In 2020

Orange County voters decided to adopt the charter form of government in 1986. Every four years, a new charter review is conducted by a commission appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC). The Charter Review Commission (CRC) is the reviewing group.

A Review of
Limited Scope

The CRC is not allowed to change the charter. Instead, it decides what questions, if any, to put to vote. It publishes a report at least 60 days before election-time, and then voters decide if the suggested changes will be made.

Mandatory Public Hearings

The CRC holds at least four public hearings. A variety of people make recommendations. These include elected officials, staff and the public.

Contact Us

Clerk of the Board
Phone: (407) 836-7300


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