History The DDA, established in 1972, is a Special District that levies property taxes within a defined boundary that includes the city’s central business district for the purpose of promoting and supporting the core downtown business area through the management and operation of events, marketing, the Downtown Farmers’ Market and other activities.
Seated in front row: Michael Sznapstajler, Sheryl A. Cook Back row: Tammy M. Kozinski, Joseph Hopkins, Commissioner Quanita May
Local Government Agency
Established by Special Act of State of Florida in 1972
Governed by Subpart E of the city of Daytona Beach’s Charter
The DDA is an independent, special taxing District
Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach
A focus of the DDA is to market and promote the historic Beach Street retail area, located between Bay Street and Orange Avenue, in Downtown Daytona Beach. The Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach boasts more than 60 shops, restaurants, attractions and services, plus our exceptional Farmers’ Market—all in a splendid waterfront setting. For more information, visit the Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach’s website.
Sheryl A. Cook
Co-owner and President of Tom Cook Jeweler, a Downtown Daytona Beach retail business
Owner of Quanita’s Executive Wellness Coaching Fitness and Premier Ballroom Studio
Tammy M. Kozinski
Owner of Sweet Marlays’ Coffee Shop, a Downtown Daytona Beach business
Civil Engineer, Downtown Daytona Beach property owner and operator of WROD Radio.