- City Government
The City of Ocoee is just one of many government agencies that provide services to Ocoee residents and businesses. The City of Ocoee government has many parts that make it run. First and foremost are the citizens. Citizens elect 4 commissioners and a mayor to represent their needs. Citizens also contribute by being a part of volunteer and advisory boards. The are also many community events where volunteers can help their fellow citizens.
These five elected officials consist of four commissioners and a Mayor. Each of the commissioners is elected by and represents a specific district (section) of the city. The Mayor is elected by and represents all citizens of Ocoee.
Agendas & Minutes
Access city advisory board and City Commission agendas and minutes.
City Advisory Boards
Serve your community by volunteering to be an advisory board member.
Read the City's Charter and access the land development and general city codes.
The City Commission consists of 5 elected officials. The Mayor is elected city wide, and the Commissioners are elected by the members of their respective district. Together, they make the decisions to keep Ocoee the "Center of Good Living."
Biographies of executive staff members and a City staff directory.
Check out the city's directory for personnel contact information.
Visit the city's departments for a list of services offered from records and permits to park facilities and programs.
Voice your opinion in the upcoming election by registering to vote and finding your polling location.
Frequently Asked Questions
Working for the City
Access information about existing City Contracts, Open Bids and Other Active Solicitations, Open Positions and Purchasing Rules & Regulations.