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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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1672 S Ridgewood Ave
South Daytona, FL 32119
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In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month the City of South Daytona is "Going Gold" with large gold ribbons that have been placed at City Hall and the Piggotte Community Center. Special thanks for materials and design to Barrows Aluminum of Port Orange. Ms. Connie Fields and her son Josh are pictured with Mayor Bill Hall. Ms. Fields grandson, Benjamin, is a childhood cancer survivor. ... See moreSee less

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month the City of South Daytona is “Going Gold” with large gold ribbons that have been placed at City Hall and the Piggotte Community Center. Special thanks for materials and design to Barrows Aluminum of Port Orange. Ms. Connie Fields and her son Josh are pictured with Mayor Bill Hall. Ms. Fields grandson, Benjamin, is a childhood cancer survivor.

The 21st Annual South Daytona 5K Run was a great success this Saturday with all ages running at the event! The annual race begins at James Street Park and courses through several local neighborhoods. Awards were presented to Overall Male and Female, Masters, Grand Masters Male and Female and 1st through 3rd place in each age category. Each year the race benefits the Atlantic High School S.T.A.R. (Students Together for Autism Recognition) Program. We had many participants, wonderful volunteers, Florida Race Day tracking the running times and Mayor Bill Hall and Councilman Doug Quartier were on hand to support the runners and present awards. Also, our new City Manager, James L. Gillis, Jr. was on hand to cheer the runners to the finish line. The free 1-mile fun run for kids was held immediately following the 5k. Thank you to the South Daytona Police Department for escorting the runners and to City staff that assisted before, during and after the event. A complete album of photographs of all the runners will be posted this coming week on the South Daytona Parks and Recreation Facebook page. Great job runners and congratulations to each and every one of you for completing the race!!! ... See moreSee less

The 21st Annual South Daytona 5K Run was a great success this Saturday with all ages running at the event! The annual race begins at James Street Park and courses through several local neighborhoods. Awards were presented to Overall Male and Female, Masters, Grand Masters Male and Female and 1st through 3rd place in each age category. Each year the race benefits the Atlantic High School S.T.A.R. (Students Together for Autism Recognition) Program. We had many participants, wonderful volunteers, Florida Race Day tracking the running times and Mayor Bill Hall and Councilman Doug Quartier were on hand to support the runners and present awards. Also, our new City Manager, James L. Gillis, Jr. was on hand to cheer the runners to the finish line. The free 1-mile fun run for kids was held immediately following the 5k. Thank you to the South Daytona Police Department for escorting the runners and to City staff that assisted before, during and after the event. A complete album of photographs of all the runners will be posted this coming week on the South Daytona Parks and Recreation Facebook page. Great job runners and congratulations to each and every one of you for completing the race!!!

Join us for Coffee with a Cop and chat with the Mayor, Tuesday September 17, at 9 am at Rossi's Diner, 2240 S. Ridgewood Avenue ... See moreSee less

Join us for Coffee with a Cop and chat with the Mayor, Tuesday September 17, at 9 am at Rossis Diner, 2240 S. Ridgewood Avenue

Due to the amount of yard waste that was set out after the storm, City crews have been working side by side with Waste Pro to get it all collected. Our goal is to have it all collected by tomorrow afternoon. If you have yard waste out, please contact Public Works at 322-3080 to let us know and we will see that it gets collected. Thank you for your patience this week! ... See moreSee less

 

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) is recognized every September by childhood cancer organizations around the world. The goal of this recognition is to increase awareness, support the research and treatment of children affected with cancer and to boost the hope of children with cancer, the survivors and their families. Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in American children.

In support of these goals, Mayor Bill Hall presented a proclamation to Ms. Connie Fields for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month at the September 9 City Council meeting. Benjamin Fields is a survivor of childhood cancer and was also present at the meeting to shake the Mayor's hand. Family and friends that attended the meeting were wearing gold ribbons in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month. Ms. Fields handed out gold ribbons to the audience as well. The color gold symbolizes how precious children are and the resiliency of childhood cancer heroes.

Ms. Fields stated upon receiving the proclamation, "Be Bold, Go Gold".
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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) is recognized every September by childhood cancer organizations around the world. The goal of this recognition is to increase awareness, support the research and treatment of children affected with cancer and to boost the hope of children with cancer, the survivors and their families. Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in American children.
 
In support of these goals, Mayor Bill Hall presented a proclamation to Ms. Connie Fields for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month at the September 9 City Council meeting. Benjamin Fields is a survivor of childhood cancer and was also present at the meeting to shake the Mayor’s hand. Family and friends that attended the meeting were wearing gold ribbons in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month. Ms. Fields handed out gold ribbons to the audience as well. The color gold symbolizes how precious children are and the resiliency of childhood cancer heroes. 

Ms. Fields stated upon receiving the proclamation, “Be Bold, Go Gold”.

 

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Sweet innocence...💓🌹🙏

Prayers for this family

One brave little guy.

How very very nice 😍😍

Benjamin is Mrs. Fields grandson

Go Ben!

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