The City of Daytona Beach joined other Florida cities in celebrating the work of municipal government during Florida City Government Week from October 21 through October 27.
You can get involved in your Daytona Beach government and community by doing one of the following:
- Join a board. The city has 20 boards and committees available to join. To submit an application to become a board or commission member, please visit this website.
- Attend a meeting. The Daytona Beach City Commission regularly meets at 6 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday of each month at City Hall. There will be a special meeting of the City Commission at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23, to discuss granting local support in the form of a loan to the Midtown Manor Limited Partnership. The agenda for the meeting is online at this website.
- Attend an event. The city hosts and supports many community, public safety and recreational programs and events. From the annual Mayor’s Fitness Challenge and free summer concerts at the Bandshell and at Midtown Community Center to the upcoming Holly Jolly Christmas Parade, there are always fun family-friendly activities to enjoy!
- Participate in next year's elections. You must be registered in order to vote, and voter registration forms are available online through the Supervisor of Elections office's website. For more information on next year’s City of Daytona Beach elections, please visit the elections website.
- Stay connected with e-notifications and social updates. To sign up for important city updates by email or text, select "Notify Me" on the city's homepage. You’ll be able to sign up to automatically receive job postings, emergency alerts, meeting agendas and more. You can also follow our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube pages, as well as our specialty pages for Daytona Beach Police Department, Daytona Beach Fire Department, City of Daytona Beach Leisure Services Department and more.