Communications & Marketing


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

  1. Proactive program diverts damaging pollutants

    City secures state funding for utilities infrastructure

    Emergency grant program restores damaged sustained from hurricanes. Read on...
  2. Hydrant testing underway

    Hydrant testing helps maintain water quality

    Crews are working 9 p.m. through 6 a.m. Read on...
  3. Summer fireworks on Saturday nights in Daytona Beach

    Daytona Beach is lit

    Enjoy fireworks every Saturday night all summer. Read on...
  4. EC_Computer_Classes (1) (1)

    Free computer classes

    Beginner and intermediate sessions offered Read on...
  5. Hurricane season is through Nov. 30

    Hurricane season is through Nov. 30

    Take steps now to be prepared should a storm threaten the area. Additional Info...
  6. EC_Gymnastics_SpringB23 (1)

    Gymnastics summer camp

    Registration is open for the Daytona Beach Gymnastics summer camp Read on...
  7. FB_Pool_Hours (2)

    Summer pool hours

    Beat the heat this summer and enjoy the amenities offered at the Cypress Aquatic Center. Read on...
  8. EC_Bruce McNorton Camp (1)

    Free youth football camp offered at Daytona Stadium

    Youth ages six through high school can register for the Bruce McNorton Football Camp. Read on...
  9. kitchen faucet 3

    Routine treatment of city water through June 30

    The city is treating its water distribution system to maintain safe and delicious water. Read on...
  10. EC_Gymnastics_SpringB23

    Registration open for youth gymnastics

    Spring session begins May 15 at Schnebly Recreation Center. Read on...
  11. Midtown Music concerts begin April 15

    Midtown Music concerts at Cypress Park

    Enjoy music all summer at these free concerts. Read on...
  12. EC_Baby  ME Swim_April 27 2023

    Registration open for swim programs all ages

    Check out multiple swim programs offered at the Cypress Aquatic Center. Read on...
  13. Daytona Beach’s livability highlighted

    Daytona Beach’s livability highlighted

    Team Volusia publication showcases dynamic economy, quality of life. Read on...
  14. Juneteenth Daytona Activities

    Juneteenth Activities

    New this year, there will be a 5K run/walk and parade. Read on...
  15. WEB_ Recovery Grants_Nov 17 2022

    Residents & businesses can apply for grants

    Grants are intended to provide financial relief to Daytona Beach business owners impacted by hurricanes Ian and Nicole. Additional Info...
  16. EC_Game Night

    Join us for Game Night this summer

    Game Night is open to adults Thursdays at the YSG Center. Read on...
  17. Lids available to help residents properly dispose of fats, oils and grease.

    Proactive program diverts damaging pollutants

    Lids available to help residents properly dispose of fats, oils and grease. Read on...
  18. July 4th Veterans Parade on Main Street

    July 4th Veterans Parade on Main Street

    Parade pays tribute to veterans and first responders. Read on...
  19. Dr. Josie Rogers’ home being completely renovated.

    Dr. Josie Rogers’ home being renovated.

    Renovation work should be completed by the end of the year. Read on...
  20. Annual fire hydrant maintenance

    Testing of city’s hydrants underway

    Maintenance of hydrants will be completed by Sept. 30. Read on...
  21. Tennis web

    Summer Tennis Camp offered for youth 4 to 16

    Registration is open for the 2023 Summer Tennis Camp at the Florida Tennis Center. Read on...
  22. Citizen Survey_Jan 19 2023

    Resident survey results provide valuable insight

    Responses will help city leaders set priorities for upcoming budget year Read on...
  23. WEB_Adopt-A-Drain_July 7 2021

    Residents can Adopt-A-Drain

    Clearing storm drains of debris and vegetation alleviates ponding. Read on...
  24. Deadline for Biketoberfest vendors

    Deadline for Biketoberfest vendors

    The deadline to be included in the Master Plan is June 30. Read on...
  25. WEB Parks and Rec hiring (1) (1)

    Join our team

    The city's Parks & Recreation Department is looking to hire gymnastics coaches, seasonal lifeguards and summer casual workers. Read on...
  26. WEB_Flooding Study_Nova_March 1 2023

    Nova Canal Flood Mitigation update

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers includes city’s feasibility study in fiscal year 2023 Work Plan. Read on...
  27. Daytona Beach Hurricane Recovery

    Beach access and recovery updates

    County webpage provides real-time information for beachgoers. Additional Info...
  28. Midtown Center renamed to honor community icons

    Center renamed to honor community icons

    Facility is now the Julia T. and Charles W. Cherry Sr. Cultural & Educational Center. Read on...
  29. City Manager Update newsletter sign up

    Sign up to receive City Manager's Update

    Automatically receive via email or text. Read on...
  30. Daytona Beach Neighborhood Roadway Improvements

    Road resurfacing efforts kick into high gear

    36 lane miles of neighborhood streets will be repaved in 2023 Read on...
  31. WEB_First Step Shelter_Jan 10 2023

    Contribute to the solution

    Make a donation to First Step Shelter instead of panhandlers Read on...
  32. Schedule virtual meetings with Daytona Beach city staff

    Schedule virtual meetings with city staff

    People can reserve one-on-one meetings with staff. Read on...
  33. A New Design (1)

    Motor oil collection sites

    Dispose of used motor oil for free throughout the city. Read on...
  34. New water tank to double storage capabilities

    New water tank to double storage capabilities

    Construction has started on a 5 million gallon water storage tank. Read on...
  35. 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...
  36. FB_Stay Connected_April 6 2022

    Stay engaged and connected!

    Follow our official social media accounts to receive the most timely information. Read on...
  37. Final phase of Dickerson Center improvements start

    Dickerson Center improvements underway

    Enhancements will improve connectivity to Campbell Aquatic Center. Read on...
  38. 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...
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