|Mayor of Orange County, Florida|
|Reports to||Board of County Commissioners|
|First holder||Linda Chapin|
Mayor of Orange County, Florida is the chief executive officer and chairman of the Board of County Commissioners. The mayor is elected countywide.
The mayor is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the county government, overseeing over 7,000 employees with an annual budget of over $3 billion.
Before the approval by voters of a 2004 charter amendment, the position of mayor was called "Orange County Chairman", which became an elected position in 1930. The Orange County mayor's post is the most powerful elected office in Central Florida. The current mayor of Orange County is Jerry Demings. Demings assumed office on December 4, 2018.
|Years of service||Mayor|