Communications

Overview

The communications department develops and implements strategies for effective internal and external communications in Daytona Beach.

Emergency Public Information

Emergency alerts are available via email or text through Notify Me. Sign up here

Media Relations

The office manages press releases and handles requests from the media.

Social Media

The department uses a variety of social media platforms to promote city events, resources, initiatives and information. Follow on social today!

Cable TV - Spectrum Channel 490

DBTV, also known as Spectrum Channel 490, provides up-to-date information for Daytona Beach residents including live streams of city commission meetings. To view, visit DBTV’s website or go to Spectrum channel 490. 

Radio Programming

Daytona Beach Radio takes place every Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. on JOY 106.3 FM. Daytona Beach Radio provides timely and interesting discussions about projects happening in the community. Listeners can tune in at 106.3 on the FM radio dial, online or by using the TuneIn Radio app on smartphones and tablets. Listeners can call in to (386) 516-8030 during the program and ask questions about the day’s topic. 

Newsletters and Publications

  • City Manager's Report: A bi-weekly report covering the latest news in Daytona Beach. It is distributed at every city commission meeting. To read past issues, visit this webpage.  
  • E-Currents: A weekly email newsletter offering the most up-to-date news. To sign up, subscribe to Notify Me alerts here. Read past issues here
  • A monthly newsletter is included in each resident’s water bill, covering the latest information on city initiatives and upcoming events. Read past issues here

  1. Physical Address
    301 S. Ridgewood Ave.
    Daytona Beach, FL 32114

    Phone: (386) 671-7948


  1. City of Daytona Beach State of the City, Jan. 19

    Annual State of the City at City Hall

    Public invited to address that will be delivered by Mayor Henry. Read on...
  2. WEB_MLK Banners_Jan 15 2021

    Banners displayed on ISB honor Dr. King

    Community leaders organize collaborative effort to honor civil rights leader. Read on...
  3. Daytona Beach Mayor&#39s Fitness Challenge begins Jan. 18

    Mayor’s Fitness Challenge begins Jan. 18

    The 10-week program is for adults of all ages and fitness levels. Read on...
  4. Know about proposed development near neighborhoods

    Know about proposed development near neighborhoods

    Sign up at www.codb.us/NotifyMe to receive notices via email and/or text. Read on...
  5. FDOT Plans Improvements to Mason Avenue

    FDOT Plans Mason Avenue Improvements

    Public invited to meeting Monday at Midtown Community Center. Read on...
  6. Copy of The_Bee_Guy

    See what all the buzz is about with local beekeeping

    Master Beekeeper Tim Blodgett will discuss honey production and beekeeping. Read on...
  7. Daytona Beach Neighborhood Roadway Improvements

    Road resurfacing efforts kick into high gear

    Eight miles of rehabilitation and repaving in progress. Read on...
  8. Permit and inspection fees waived for two years

    Permit and inspection fees waived for two years

    Financial relief provided to property owners to encourage private investment. Read on...
  9. Copy of Gymnastics_Winter_Session (4)

    Gymnastics winter session Jan. 5 through April 1

    Classes are offered for tots to teens. Read on...
  10. Join a city Advisory Board

    Join a City Advisory Board

    There are vacancies for members on 12 advisory boards. Submit an application today. Read on...
  11. Open Gym

    YSG Community Center activities

    YSG activities are back in full swing. Read on...
  12. City Manager Update newsletter sign up
  13. city of Daytona Beach web Alert graphic

    Alert notifications by text message or email

    When an emergency strikes, will you know what to do, where to go or where to get more information? Sign up for free emergency alerts from the City of Daytona Beach. Read on...
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