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Daytona Beach residents are interested and involved in keeping our city clean, safe and in good appearance for us all.It is because our citizens want safe and sound neighborhoods that we are proactive in our enforcement efforts.We look forward to working with you to keep the City of Daytona Beach beautiful and thank you for your assistance with this goal.
There is an easy way to view open or closed code violations in a GIS-based mapping program which is updated daily.You can zoom in to see specific streets or neighborhoods, click icons for more information or use the search function to enter an address.
Most of the complaints we receive are regarding high weeds or grass and junk vehicles left abandoned in yards.As individuals, we can maintain our properties by keeping them neat, free from debris, outside storage, removing all junk vehicles in a timely manner and keeping our lawns mowed.In addition, maintaining your property by keeping it painted and in good repair will ensure that we will all have neighborhoods we can be proud of.
Join us the first Wednesday of every month for our CodeStat meeting. It normally starts at 8:30 a.m. inside the second-floor meeting room at Police Headquarters (129 Valor Boulevard).
If you have any questions or concerns about code issues in the city, this is your time to talk with staff about it. The meeting is always open to the public.