Central Florida Division Boundaries
The Central Florida Division boundaries extend from Palm Coast in the north to Fort Myers in the south and include the major metro areas of Orlando and Tampa. More details can be accessed on the USFA Division Map page.
History of the Division Boundaries
The earliest documentation in possession of the USFA, pertaining to our geographic boundaries, dates back to 1959. Below is a scanned image of the actual index card held in Colorado. Back then, our Division did not include any territory south of the Tampa peninsula, but did cover land as far north as St. Augustine.
In 1984, the three current Florida divisions were adjusted and better defined. To view a copy of the official agreement, click here. The Central Florida Southern border was extended to Ft. Myers, while the norther limit was brought down to Palm Coast.
In 1989, an actual map was submitted to the USFA. This map matches the description from 1984.
These images are stored in the history archive of Central Florida’s web domain, while the originals are held by the USFA.