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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: 386.322.3025
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's annual "Sparkle Days" Cleanup Campaign begins today, Monday, April 15th and ends on Thursday, April 25th. During this ten-day period, residents will be able to put out most anything from old appliances and furniture to yard waste and junk cars. City crews will team up with Waste Pro and will be going through each neighborhood to pick up items set out by the curb. You do not have to call to schedule pickup. After April 26th, all rules for regular garbage pickup apply.

The only restrictions placed on items that can be disposed of during Sparkle Days are that no hazardous waste will be picked up. This includes paint, paint thinners, gasoline, solvents, pool chemicals, etc. These items should be taken to the Volusia County Landfill – call (386) 947-2952 for details. If a paint can is empty and dried out, you may throw it in with your regular trash.

If you have junk vehicles or boats, call Public Works to schedule a pick-up of those items. The title or registration must accompany each vehicle or boat before it can be picked up. Any residents with physical limitations can get special assistance by calling Public Works at (386) 322-3080 from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.

HELPFUL HINTS FOR SPARKLE DAYS:
*Used oil may be disposed of at the Oil Igloo located at the Public Works Department, 1770 Segrave Street. Used oil is considered hazardous waste and will not be collected during Sparkle Days.
*Automobile batteries and tires may also be set out by the curb for pickup.
*For the safety of others, if you place an appliance to the curb, please remove the door or secure it shut.
*To make pickup easier, please keep items separated and, if possible, put them in a bag or a container. Please do not put items out against utility poles, fire hydrants or on top of storm drains.
*Sparkle Days is for South Daytona residents only – No contractors or commercial trash.
*Start early on the weekend (April 12th) for the first collection day on Monday, April 15th.The City's annual "Sparkle Days" Cleanup Campaign begins today, Monday, April 15th and ends on Thursday, April 25th. During this ten-day period, residents will be able to put out most anything from old appliances and furniture to yard waste and junk cars. City crews will team up with Waste Pro and will be going through each neighborhood to pick up items set out by the curb. You do not have to call to schedule pickup. After April 26th, all rules for regular garbage pickup apply.

The only restrictions placed on items that can be disposed of during Sparkle Days are that no hazardous waste will be picked up. This includes paint, paint thinners, gasoline, solvents, pool chemicals, etc. These items should be taken to the Volusia County Landfill – call (386) 947-2952 for details. If a paint can is empty and dried out, you may throw it in with your regular trash.

If you have junk vehicles or boats, call Public Works to schedule a pick-up of those items. The title or registration must accompany each vehicle or boat before it can be picked up. Any residents with physical limitations can get special assistance by calling Public Works at (386) 322-3080 from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.

HELPFUL HINTS FOR SPARKLE DAYS:
*Used oil may be disposed of at the Oil Igloo located at the Public Works Department, 1770 Segrave Street. Used oil is considered hazardous waste and will not be collected during Sparkle Days.
*Automobile batteries and tires may also be set out by the curb for pickup.
*For the safety of others, if you place an appliance to the curb, please remove the door or secure it shut.
*To make pickup easier, please keep items separated and, if possible, put them in a bag or a container. Please do not put items out against utility poles, fire hydrants or on top of storm drains.
*Sparkle Days is for South Daytona residents only – No contractors or commercial trash.
*Start early on the weekend (April 12th) for the first collection day on Monday, April 15th.
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The City’s annual “Sparkle Days” Cleanup Campaign begins today, Monday, April 15th and ends on Thursday, April 25th. During this ten-day period, residents will be able to put out most anything from old appliances and furniture to yard waste and junk cars. City crews will team up with Waste Pro   and will be going through each neighborhood to pick up items set out by the curb. You do not have to call to schedule pickup. After April 26th, all rules for regular garbage pickup apply.  

The only restrictions placed on items that can be disposed of during Sparkle Days are that no hazardous waste will be picked up. This includes paint, paint thinners, gasoline, solvents, pool chemicals, etc. These items should be taken to the Volusia County Landfill – call (386) 947-2952 for details.  If a paint can is empty and dried out, you may throw it in with your regular trash.

If you have junk vehicles or boats, call Public Works to schedule a pick-up of those items. The title or registration must accompany each vehicle or boat before it can be picked up. Any residents with physical limitations can get special assistance by calling Public Works at (386) 322-3080 from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.  

HELPFUL HINTS FOR SPARKLE DAYS:
*Used oil may be disposed of at the Oil Igloo located at the Public Works Department, 1770 Segrave Street. Used oil is considered hazardous waste and will not be collected during Sparkle Days. 
*Automobile batteries and tires may also be set out by the curb for pickup.  
*For the safety of others, if you place an appliance to the curb, please remove the door or secure it shut.
*To make pickup easier, please keep items separated and, if possible, put them in a bag or a container. Please do not put items out against utility poles, fire hydrants or on top of storm drains.
*Sparkle Days is for South Daytona residents only – No contractors or commercial trash.
*Start early on the weekend (April 12th) for the first collection day on Monday, April 15th.

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