You will find important information about the people and places of Volusia County. Get contact information, read the latest news from Volusia County Government , find events on the county calendar, check out the beach conditions and more.

DeLand  386-736-2700 | Daytona Beach 386-257-6000
New Smyrna Beach 386-423-3300 | Osteen 386-574-0598 |
Daytona Beach Shores is a charming, friendly, oceanfront community of 4,300 residents located on the barrier island directly south of Daytona Beach, Florida.  The city was founded in 1960 by local businessmen who were convinced that a smaller community would better serve the residents.

2990 S Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shores, FL 32118 | (386) 736-1500  |

Deltona is diverse with cultures and citizens that come together as one to keep their City beautiful, safe and well informed. Deltona came into being as a City in 1995, and is changing and improving daily. With almost 90,000 residents, people of all ages are accommodated with social/sports events to fill their days and reach out to others.

2345 Providence Blvd., Deltona, FL 32725 |386-878-8100|
The City of Edgewater is diverse. From snowbirds to commuters, boaters to kayakers, close to amenities and has a small town feel.

Edgewater Fl | 386-424-2400|
The City is proud of its small town ambiance, while offering all the amenities necessary for today’s fast-paced lifestyle. Residents are fortunate to have some of the safest and most affordable neighborhoods in Volusia County.

205 E Graves Ave Orange City, Florida | 386-775-5400 |
The City of Oak Hill is the southernmost city in Southeast Volusia County. The location is rich in early Florida history. It was the site of an Indian village called Surruque el Viejo near el Baradero de Suroc, which was seen on French cartographer Jacque Lemoyne’s map of 1564.

234 US Highway 1, Oak Hill, FL 32759 | 386-345-3522   |

Ponce Inlet Florida Establsihed 1887

4300 South Atlantic Avenue Ponce Inlet, FL 32127 |386-236-2150
Planned by choice, not by chance, Port Orange blends beauty and opportunity within its 29 square miles. From its tree-lined streets to its parks, this community is the pride of Volusia County.

Van Ness Circle Longwood , FL 32750 (407)312-7418|
Twelve  thousand  years  ago  the  first  man  came  to  Florida.  These  descendants  of  primitive  Asiatics  who migrated over the land bridge came to be called Indians. They hunted the animals along the Halifax and Tomoka  Rivers  leaving  mounds  behind.

22 S. Beach Ormond Beach, FL 32174 |386-677-0311|
DeLand, located in Volusia County, Florida, is one of the state’s small town treasures. DeLand is the county seat as well as a college town, with Stetson University’s campus classified as a National Historic District. The downtown, lined with notable gift shops and restaurants, has been recognized as a national MainStreet DeLand community.

120 S. Florida Avenue DeLand, FL 32720 | 386-626-7000|
Named one of the 'Best Small Towns in America,' there’s always something happening in NSB. Be in the know with what’s happening in City gov & our town.

210 Sams Ave New Smyrna Beach, Florida |386-424-2100 |

OFFICE 386.428.9091 | STUDIO LINE 386.428.1230
Beach Driving and Parking;

Driving on the beaches of the Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach areas is a Volusia County tradition dating back to the early days of the automobile. Please watch for pedestrians, sunbathers and wildlife. Parking is allowed east, or seaward, of the posts.
Additional Information

Beach passes

Annual beach passes are $25 for Volusia County residents and $100 for non-residents. For further information regarding beach passes, contact Republic Parking at 386-254-4605

The following fees and passes are available at beach toll locations and the inlet parks.

  • $10 daily beach entry per vehicle (one free re-entry/day/same vehicle)
  • $10 daily inlet park entry per vehicle at Lighthouse Point and Smyrna Dunes Park (one free re-entry/day/same vehicle)
  • $25 resident annual beach pass (unlimited beach entry - calendar year)
  • $20 annual inlet park pass (unlimited inlet parks entry - calendar year)
  • $100 non-resident annual beach pass (unlimited beach entry - calendar year)
  • $45 resident combo pass (beach and inlet parks unlimited entry - calendar year)
  • $120 non-resident combo pass (beach and inlet parks unlimited entry - calendar year)

Hurricane Preparedness

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