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South Daytona is a small, residential, and business-friendly community bordering the Halifax River. It is located only minutes away from the World-acclaimed Atlantic Ocean beaches that attract more than eight million tourists a year. Well kept residential areas, excellent schools, beautiful public parks, abundant shopping and dining opportunities, and a responsive city government make South Daytona a great place to live, work and play.

City Contact Information

Utility Billing: 386.322.3002
Permits, Signs & Bus. Tax: 386.322.3020
Code Enforcement: 386.322.3025
Trash & Recycling: 386.322.3080
Parks & Recreation: 386.322.3070
Nuisance Animals: 386.323.3568
Utility Repairs: 386.323.3568
After Hours Utility Dispatch: 386.323.3568
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The City will begin collecting storm debris from city maintained streets starting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5th.

If you are unable to get your debris out before collection, don't worry, a final pass will be scheduled later this month.

Storm debris collection is different than regular yard waste. Residents are asked to placed UN-BAGGED storm generated debris in the public right-of-way. Do not place near a water meter vault, fire hydrant, mailbox, tree, or any other above ground utility. Do not block roads or sidewalks.

Debris will NOT be collected if it is bagged or not placed in the right-of-way.The City will begin collecting storm debris from city maintained streets starting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5th.

If you are unable to get your debris out before collection, don t worry, a final pass will be scheduled later this month.

Storm debris collection is different than regular yard waste. Residents are asked to placed UN-BAGGED storm generated debris in the public right-of-way. Do not place near a water meter vault, fire hydrant, mailbox, tree, or any other above ground utility. Do not block roads or sidewalks.

Debris will NOT be collected if it is bagged or not placed in the right-of-way.
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The City will begin collecting storm debris from city maintained streets starting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 5th. 

If you are unable to get your debris out before collection, dont worry, a final pass will be scheduled later this month. 

Storm debris collection is different than regular yard waste. Residents are asked to placed UN-BAGGED storm generated debris in the public right-of-way. Do not place near a water meter vault, fire hydrant, mailbox, tree, or any other above ground utility. Do not block roads or sidewalks.

Debris will NOT be collected if it is bagged or not placed in the right-of-way.

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