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Funding available to assist homeowners impacted by Hurricane Matthew
The City of Daytona Beach is accepting applications from low to moderate income homeowners who were impacted by Hurricane Matthew and need financial assistance with paying insurance deductibles, tree removal, windows, debris removal and roof repair. Read on...
Get a behind-the-scene look at municipal government
Register now for the next offering of Our Daytona Beach: A Citizen Academy and learn more about the services offered by the City of Daytona Beach. The next 9-week program starts Tuesday, Jan. 31. There is no cost to participate in this exciting program. Additional Info...
Zoom Air Daytona Beach is closed for repairs
Due to damage by Hurricane Matthew, Zoom Air Daytona Beach in Tuscawilla Park is closed for repairs. The estimated reopening date is December 2016. The Zoom Air team will work as quickly as possible to reopen Daytona Beach's own aerial adventure park.
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Daytona Beach Learn how Daytona Beach came to be known as the "World's Most Famous Beach."
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