Districting Commission

Members

The Districting Commission shall consist of five (5) members and a first and second alternate member who shall be appointed by majority vote of the City Commission and who shall serve on such commission for terms of one (1) year, unless such terms are extended by the City Commission.                          

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

Agendas and Minutes

Purpose

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.

Objectives

The City Commission shall establish a Districting Commission after April 1, 2021, or within three (3) months of receipt of the 2020 census data, whichever is earlier, and every ten (10) years thereafter a new Districting Commission shall be appointed by the City Commission within three (3) months of receipt of the relevant census data. 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.

Maps

View the existing commission districts map (JPG).