Are any City of Daytona Beach facilities closed?


As of Sept. 28, 2020

Almost all parks and pools reopen 
Just in time for fall weather, the city’s playgrounds at its parks have reopened. Residents should wash hands frequently as the playground equipment is not sanitized. The city’s parks have reopened with the exception of the splash pad at Breakers Oceanfront Park, Manatee Island and Cypress Aquatic Center, which remain closed. So, get outside and enjoy the cooler weather and the dozens of parks in our area. Check out the list and locations of city parks online.

As of March 22

Almost all parks and pools reopen
As of today, the city has reopened almost all of its parks for passive outdoor recreation including the restrooms, walking trails, basketball courts and other outdoor amenities. The playgrounds at the parks remain closed. It is recommended children do not use the playground equipment because it is not being sanitized. Residents are expected to practice social distancing including remaining six feet from others and limiting groups to 10 people or less. The community centers and gyms, the splash pad and the Environmental Learning Center at Breakers Oceanfront Park, Bethune Point Park and its adjacent skate park, and Manatee Island and its dog park remain closed. For a list of the city’s parks, please visit https://bit.ly/36pyW4V.

Also, the city’s Campbell Aquatic Center, 400 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., and Cypress Aquatic Center, 981 George W. Engram Blvd., have reopened to the public. Visitors will have their temperature checked before being allowed into each facility and should adhere to social distancing guidelines, including being six feet apart. Cypress Aquatic Center is limited to 50 people occupancy and Campbell Aquatic Center is limited to 25 people occupancy. For more information, including hours, visit https://bit.ly/3bVzZLp.

As of March 14

As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 24, City Hall, community centers, parks, recreational areas and all city-owned facilities have been closed until further notice. Please be assured that critical and essential city services will continue. Residents with non-essential city business are encouraged to utilize remote options for contacting and communicating with city staff. For questions, please leave a message on (386) 671-8400 and your call will be returned.

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1. Are any City of Daytona Beach facilities closed?
2. Are city services being affected by the prevention measures for COVID-19?
3. Are the beaches open?
4. How can I get more information about the Coronavirus?
5. Should I still come to Daytona Beach for a vacation I have planned?
6. What does the city emergency declaration entail?
7. What is the city's CARE (COVID-19 Assistance Recovery Effort) Program?
8. What resources are available for local businesses?
9. What should I do if I test positive for COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone who tested positive?