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Central Florida Tourism Oversight District

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Central Florida Tourism Oversight District formerly known as, Reedy Creek Improvement District (the “District”) is a local government entity, created in 1967 by a special Act of the Florida Legislature, the purpose of which is to support and administer certain aspects of the economic development and tourism within District boundaries. In April of 2022, Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 4-C into Law to dissolve Reedy Creek Improvement District effective June 1st 2023. In February of 2023, Governor DeSantis signed House Bill 9-B establishing a new state appointed board renaming RCID to Central Florida Tourism Oversight District. With an administration office located on Hotel Plaza Boulevard in Lake Buena Vista, the District encompasses approximately 25,000 acres in both Orange and Osceola counties, servicing 24 landowners, including Walt Disney Co. and its wholly-owned affiliates.

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