City Planning Division

The City Planning Division’s mission is:

“To inspire and facilitate the development of a well-planned, diverse, and sustainable community to make Orlando more livable for its citizens, businesses, and visitors.”

~ City Planning Division Manager
Dean J. Grandin, Jr., AICP

Explore our website to find information about growth, zoning, special plans and projects, and more.

  • City Planning Main Phone: 407.246.2269
  • For more information, consult the Planning & Zoning Reference Guide (PDF), a 27-page document that goes into detail about zoning districts, Board procedures, and other frequently-asked questions.
  • Use the Information Locator to look up your property. You can find out the zoning district and other parcel information.

Planning has a series of brochures that summarize what different parts of the organization do. You can download them below:

Announcements

Multifamily Design Criteria

Multifamily Design Criteria (Baldwin Park as an example)

These criteria describe how existing GMP policies and LDC regulations apply to multifamily development with surface parking. If you are planning a multifamily project, please contact the City Planning Division to discuss your proposed site plan. Click here to read the criteria.

Upcoming Meetings

Announcement 1:

  • Meeting - W. Livingston Street Extension Design and SunRail Barriers-to-Access Study Open House
  • Date – Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014
  • Time – 6 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Place - Dr. J.B. Callahan Community Center; Multi-Purpose Room (South); 101 N. Parramore Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Announcement 2:

  • Meeting - September US EPA Brownfield Assessment Meeting
  • Date – Monday, Sept. 8, 2014
  • Time – 4 pm to 5 pm
  • Place - Public Works, Wastewater Division, Environmental Control Section; 5100 L. B. McLeod Road, Orlando, FL 32811
  • Note: Please come to reception and you will be directed to the meeting room. Any questions, please contact Dan Dashtaki at 407.246.3754.

City Brownfield Program Updates

There is a new Google website for the Brownfield Program. The site generally serves as an online repository for pertinent work products related to United States EPA grant funding. To visit the web site, click here.

Physical documents are located at the FAMU Law Library.

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