What are the Types of CPAS?
Any change in the future land use map that involves land areas of 10 acres or less. Other statutory provisions may limit an owner’s ability to apply for small-scale amendments, as defined by Section 163.3187, Florida Statutes.
Small-scale amendments require one public hearing before the Planning Commission and one public hearing before the Board of County Commissioners, which will be an adoption hearing. All other CPAs are deemed to be large-scale amendments. Up to a maximum of 120 cumulative acres may be amended under the small-scale designation in areas designated by the Comprehensive Plan as urban infill or urban redevelopment; a cumulative maximum of 60 acres are allowed in all other areas.
Any change in the text of the 2025 Osceola County Comprehensive Plan OR any change in the future land use map that is not deemed a small-scale amendment. Large-scale amendments require one public hearing before the Planning Commission and at least two public hearings (transmittal and adoption) before the Board of County Commissioners.