The City of Kissimmee operates under a 'Council-Manager' form of government. This popular form of government combines the political leadership of its elected officials with the strong managerial experience of a City Manager, who serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the City. The City of Kissimmee consists of 12 Departments and 700 employees.
- City Attorney's Office
- City Manager
- Development Services
- Economic Development
- Educational Benefit District
- Fire Department
- Information Technology
- Kissimmee Gateway Airport
- Kissimmee Parks & Recreation
- Police Department
- Public Works & Engineering
- Public Information Office
The Kissimmee Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) helps to attract millions of travelers from around the world who visit, stay in area accommodations, and conduct business in Osceola County each year. The CVB provides year-round marketing, sales, advertising, publicity, and promotional activities that help travelers discover how more of their dreams can come true when visiting the Kissimmee area.
Leisure, sports, and business travelers planning a visit may contact the CVB to receive advance tips on unique places or special events to make their stay more rewarding.
For more information, please call 1.800.333.KISS (5477) or visit the CVB's Web site at www.visitkissimmee.com
Whether starting a business for the first time, relocating an existing business or just maintaining a business--working in the City of Kissimmee should always be a stress free and pleasant experience.
Please refer to the topics in the left side navigation to assist with learning more about doing business as well as how to benefit from the economic development programs and incentives available in Kissimmee.
For more information about conducting business in the City, please contact the Economic Development Office at 407.518.2328.
For information about Permits and Zoning, please contact the Development Services Department at 407.518.2133.