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Early voting started yesterday in Orange County and will run through November 1. Hours at all locations throughout the county are 8 am to 8 pm. New this year, is an early voting location previously known for free throws and concerts – the Amway Center. It is the first time in the Amway Center’s history the building has ever been used in this way. Dozens of voting booths are available and positioned at social distances. Parking is free in the nearby GEICO garage. For more information on voting opportunities in Orange County, visit
OCPA's ongoing commitment to cutting-edge technology has made online filings a smooth process. Are your exemptions up to date? Check our website at to make sure!
In print in this week's CF100 in the Orlando Sentinel, Rick Singh comments on the sobering and tragic news of additional senior deaths caused by Hurricane Irma in 2014. Despite preparation warnings, our state continues to identify weaknesses that put our citizens at risk.
From the OCPA team … Happy Boss’s Day to our leader, Rick Singh! Even though we are a remote workforce because of the pandemic, his leadership is an ever-present influence in the work of the Agency. He’s created a great team at OCPA, and we hope we make him proud every day. Thank you, Mr. Singh, for being such a great boss, leader, and elected official!
We interviewed TPP Field Appraiser Alexander Guevara to highlight his culture and achievements this #HispanicHeritageMonth! Check out his answers below: What do you love about your role? Coming from the private appraisal world, I like to apply all the technical knowledge acquired to my OCPA tasks. ... See More
Crowds of football fans are again permitted to gather in Jacksonville, Miami, and Tampa for NFL games as Governor DeSantis has stated that Phase 3 relaxes the regulations on social distancing – even as the state continues to battle new cases and deaths related to COVID-19 on a daily basis. College teams, including UF, FSU, and UCF have all indicated a “wait and see” approach to increasing from the dramatically low numbers permitted in the stadiums for the first couple of games. This seems premature to me, but if the venues do fill to capacity – even in fresh air – let’s hope that face coverings and sanitization practices are evident to protect the fans. #WednesdayWisdom
With flu season on the horizon, our partners at Orange County, Florida Government Health Services are providing free flu vaccinations. Getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever during a pandemic because it can save resources for the care of patients with COVID-19. FREE flu shots will be available this week – Wednesday, October 14, through Friday, October 16, from 8 am – 1pm at Barnett Park, located at 4801 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32808. To book an appointment, visit
We interviewed Commercial Real Estate Appraiser Analyst Andres Ayala to highlight his culture and achievements this #HispanicHeritageMonth! Check out his answers below: What do you love about your role? Working with an amazing appraisal team and providing equitable assessments for the benefit of our community.
It was wonderful to connect with so many of our neighbors at the food giveaway on Saturday. We treasured the opportunity to provide resources to families who need them. Thank you to the OCPA team members who dedicated their Saturday to supporting our community.
Rick Singh's thought leadership in print in this week's Orlando Sentinel CF100 column addresses a national housing shortage. Already a problem in our area, available single family homes are in short supply as we reimagine the way we use our homes as a result of the pandemic.
  • 470,330 Parcels
  • 297,984 Single Family Residential
  • 50,165 Residential Condos
  • 23,803 Townhomes
  • 72 Timeshares
  • 4,082 Multi-Family
  • 1,067 Apartment Complexes
    • 140,480 Apartment Units
  • 292 Hotels
    • 90,850 Hotel Rooms
  • 115 Mobile Home Parks
    • 5,524 Mobile Homes
  • 5,894 Manufactured Homes
  • 22,090 Vacant Residential
  • 14,086 Commercial
  • 50,680 Other