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In observance of Independence Day, City Hall and all city offices will be closed Friday, July 3, 2020. Residential trash pick up will occur as usual.
Do you live outside the city limits but want access to City of Orlando services?
You can request to have your property annexed to receive benefits such as trash pickup, fire and police services and street maintenance.
In order to be considered for annexation, your property must touch a property within city limits or be directly across the street. You may check to see if you are near city limits by entering your address into our locator tool.
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You must meet with a city planner before submitting an application. Review the process and contact us to schedule a meeting.
Unless waived by a planner at the pre-application meeting, you will need to submit:
We will discuss these documents with you during your meeting.
A $100 user fee established by City Council helps partially off-set the administrative and direct costs of processing an application. The application fee does not in any way ensure an applicant a favorable decision. All applications will be reviewed on the merits of the request alone.
Associated applications and fees for initial zoning and future land use designations may also be required. This will also be discussed during your meeting.
Applications are due by 2 p.m. on the deadline date. Make sure that your application package is complete and submitted on time to avoid being deferred to the next posted deadline date and board meeting. Applications must be submitted within 60 days of your pre-application meeting.
We will review your application and may require additional information, including documents initially waived at the pre-application meeting. We will then schedule your request for review by the City Council and Municipal Planning Board.
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