The Clerk of the Board is responsible for keeping accurate minutes and maintaining Board records for each Board of County Commissioner (BCC) and Value Adjustment Board (VAB) meeting. In addition, every 4 years, the Clerk of the Board office provides staff support to the Charter Review Commission (CRC) appointed by the BCC.

Selection options are described below:

1. To search BCC records by meeting date and/or a specific term between September 23, 1869 and December 14, 2010, view the 'BCC Meetings' page.

2. To view BCC records by meeting date between January 4, 2011 through September 22, 2016, scroll down to locate the BCC meeting date.

To search BCC records by a specific term between October 4, 2016 through Present, select the 'Search Records' tab.      

4.    To view VAB records by meeting date between June 20, 2013 through August 21, 2018, scroll down to locate the VAB meeting date. 

5.    To search CRC regular business meeting records by a specific term between February 25, 2019 through Present, select the 'Search Records' tab.                


In an effort to comply with CDC social distancing guidelines and keep our citizens safe, the Orange County BCC will conduct meetings virtually until further notice. Orange County will provide an alternative platform for public comment.  Please email your comment to before 5:00 pm the day before the BCC meeting. You may find the link here


If you would like to attend any of the virtual meetings scheduled for the VAB, please contact the Deputy Clerk at At this time, you must be registered to attend via WebEx.



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First name: Commissioner Betsy
Last name: VanderLey
Web site:
Biography: Vice-Mayor / Commissioner VanderLey has lived in Orange County for 47 years. Her career has been on two tracks, first as a business owner and contractor. She owned a company working under State guidelines to provide the installation of clean-up equipment on contaminated sites throughout the State. She later entered the architecture and engineering field as a business development professional and currently owns a business development and strategic planning firm. Secondly, she has been involved in politics since 1998 when her father first ran for the office of Mayor of the Town of Oakland. She played a role in many races in West Orange and South Lake Counties providing management, planning and strategy. Prior to her election she served her community with many worthwhile organizations including Orange County Planning and Zoning, Orange County Affordable Housing Board, Urban Land Institute’s Women in Leadership, CREW and Society of American Military Engineers to name a few. In 2016 she was elected and sworn into the District 1 Commission seat for Orange County. One of the fastest growing regions of the State, District 1 residential building permits numbered in the 55-60% range of all residential building permits pulled in unincorporated Orange County over the past two years. Her professional experience with engineering, traffic, development and planning has served her district well as it continues to grow. She has been honored as the 2014 District 1 citizen of the year, as the 2014 Greater Orlando Builder’s Association Eagle award recipient, the 2017 West Orange Boy Scouts Eagle Award winner, and the 2018 Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association Public Servant of the Year. She resides in Oakland with her husband. They have 3 children, 2 grandchildren and twin grandchildren.