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Our Daytona Beach: A Citizens Academy
first graduating class Chances are good that each day most residents utilize a product or service provided by the City of Daytona Beach. Whether it’s using tap water, traveling along city streets or visiting a park, city services are all around.

For residents wanting to become more familiar with their city’s role in everyday activities, the City of Daytona Beach offers a citizens academy program.

The next session will begin on January 29, 2019. (This session has been filled. Please look for announcements promoting a future class later this year.) This FREE 9-week program will be each Tuesday morning from 9 a.m. to noon. The only cost is a commitment of time.

Throughout the interactive weekly sessions, participants will get an in-depth overview of the structure and various functions and services provided by the city. In this 9-week course, participants will learn about:
  • water and wastewater systems with a behind-the-scenes tour our water plant on LPGA Boulevard
  • EMS services with a demonstration of life-saving equipment including a demonstration of the “Jaws of Life” by the fire department
  • crime-fighting initiatives and demonstrations by the police department
  • extensive network of parks and recreation opportunities 
  • neighborhood improvement plans
  • finance and budgeting coordination
  • road/sidewalk maintenance and traffic management, plus much more.   

Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, please complete this application.

For more information, call (386) 671-8010 or email.