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To ensure the city’s six zones represent an equal number of residents, every 10 years, the city adjusts the boundaries of each zone in accordance with population shifts. The process to evenly distribute Daytona Beach’s residents – called redistricting – has been completed, and new zone maps will be effective Sept. 1.
Zone 1 – Commissioner Monica ParisPrevious zone population: 11,424New zone population: 12,189
Zone 1 encompasses the southern portion of Daytona Beach’s beachside and mainland. This zone includes the beachside neighborhoods south of Silver Beach Ave., and on the mainland, the area surrounding the Daytona Beach Golf Club along S. Ridgewood Ave. and the area generally between Shady Place and Beville Road.
How did redistricting change the zone’s boundary? The boundary was expanded to the west to Yorktowne Drive and now includes the Pine Lake subdivision.
Zone 2 – Commissioner Ken StricklandPrevious zone population: 9,625 New zone population: 12,179
Zone 2 spans the beachside and mainland. On the beachside, the zone runs from the northern city limits to International Speedway Blvd. and on the mainland from George W. Engram Boulevard west to Nova Road and north to the Holly Hill city limits.
How did redistricting change the zone’s boundary?On the beachside, the boundary was expanded to the south to ISB and now includes Main Street. On the mainland, the boundary was expanded to the south from Madison Ave. to George W. Engram Blvd./Fairview Ave.
Zone 3 – Commissioner Quanita MayPrevious zone population: 9,991 New zone population: 12,162
Zone 3, in the central section of the city, spans the beachside and mainland. On the beachside, Zone 3’s area is between International Speedway Blvd. south to Orange Ave. and on the mainland, from George W. Engram Blvd. south to Shady Place.
How did redistricting change the zone’s boundary?The boundary was expanded to the west to the Daytona Beach International Airport and south to Shady Place. The district now includes Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Samuel Butts Park.
Zone 4 – Commissioner Stacy CantuPrevious zone population: 15,385 New zone population: 10,827
Zone 4 is on the western edge of Daytona Beach. It includes the Pelican Bay subdivision and all areas west of I-95 from the northern to the southern city limits. This includes the rapidly growing LPGA area.
How did redistricting change the zone’s boundary?This zone maintains the area west of I-95 to the western edge of the city’s boundaries including Latitudes Margaritaville, Mosaic and the LPGA communities. The zone continues to include the Pelican Bay development and the new Amazon distribution center.
Zone 5 – Commissioner Dannette Henry Previous zone population: 13,442 New zone population: 12,028
Zone 5 is on the mainland and encompasses the area east of I-95 including N. Williamson Boulevard and Clyde Morris Boulevard, from Dunn Avenue north to the Ormond Beach city limits; North Street, west of Nova Road, to just south of LPGA Boulevard including the neighborhoods along Jimmy Ann Drive and the Derbyshire Park and Sports Complex.
How did redistricting change the zone’s boundary?The boundary was expanded to the west to I-95 and now encompasses The Tanger Outlets and Tomoka Town Center, Buc-ee’s, the Oasis Development and Advent Hospital.
Zone 6 – Commissioner Paula R. ReedPrevious zone population: 11,642 New zone population: 12,174
Zone 6, which is on the mainland, runs along the International Speedway Blvd. corridor from about Charles Street to the east to I-95 to the west. The northern boundary is roughly North Street and runs south to Orange Avenue. Zone 6 includes the Daytona Highlands neighborhood surrounding Tuscawilla Park.
How did redistricting change the zone’s boundary?The boundary was expanded to the west to I-95 and as far south as Beville Road. The zone now includes the Daytona International Speedway, Indigo Lakes development, the Volusia Mall and Daytona Beach International Airport.