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Daytona Beach’s Charter, the governing document outlining how the city operates, is required to be reviewed every 10 years by a committee made up of residents called the Charter Review Commission (CRC). City commissioners are currently looking for residents interested in serving on the CRC. An application to be considered to serve on the CRC, can be found here. Once members and alternates are selected in January, the public process is expected to take about six months. During the process, the CRC will hold several public meetings at various locations throughout the city to encourage participation from residents.
The CRC examines the city’s existing charter and make recommendations for changes, additions or deletions. Recommendations will be presented to the City Commission for adoption in June. Upon approval by the City Commission, charter amendments will be placed on a ballot at the next general election, which is November 5, 2024. Voters must approve changes to the charter before they can be incorporated into the official document.