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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.

When scheduled, this FREE 9-week program will be each Tuesday morning from 9 a.m. to noon. The only cost is a commitment of time.

The next class beginning on Tuesday, January 31 is filled to capacity. Thank you for agreeing to participate in this worthwhile program.  

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.