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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.

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Utility Billing: 386.322.3002
Permits, Signs & Bus. Tax: 386.322.3020
Code Enforcement: 386.322.3020
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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17 hours ago

City of South Daytona

The South Daytona Fire Department would like to remind South Daytona residents about our "Sharps Disposal Program". This service allows South Daytona residents with an ID the option of dropping off their personal used sharps at the Fire Department free of charge.

For those residents who are not familiar with the term "Sharps" – it refers to needles used to deliver various medications such as a diabetic would use to give themselves a shot of insulin. In order to be disposed of correctly, sharps should be in a puncture proof container and disposed with other biohazard wastes -material that has been contaminated with blood or body fluids.

This program will be extremely convenient for our residents because it can prevent trips to the County Health Department for disposal. When a resident drops off a full sharps container, the Fire Department will give the resident a free 1.5 qt size replacement container.
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The South Daytona Fire Department would like to remind South Daytona residents about our “Sharps Disposal Program”. This service allows South Daytona residents with an ID the option of dropping off their personal used sharps at the Fire Department free of charge.  

For those residents who are not familiar with the term “Sharps” – it refers to needles used to deliver various medications such as a diabetic would use to give themselves a shot of insulin. In order to be disposed of correctly, sharps should be in a puncture proof container and disposed with other biohazard wastes -material that has been contaminated with blood or body fluids. 

This program will be extremely convenient for our residents because it can prevent trips to the County Health Department for disposal.  When a resident drops off a full sharps container, the Fire Department will give the resident a free 1.5 qt size replacement container.

 

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Thank you. I thought I saw something about this. I've had a full container on my counter for 2 months. LOL. Julie Desourdy Mecherky. Now we know!!!

Is this the fire house department on Brian Avenue?

Tonya Vining tell your mother

Where can I drop off unused Insulin syringes?

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