Duke Energy Florida (DEF) today filed the locations of its three newest solar power plants, which will provide cleaner, smarter energy solutions to benefit Florida customers.
The City of Ormond Beach has reopened The Casements at 50% capacity for self-guided tours and also resumed normal hours of operation for the skate park at the Nova Community Center. Also, in an effort to support critical summer childcare needs, the city will be offering a modified version of Summer Connections Camp beginning June 8, 2020.
City of Port Orange announces that its City Hall will reopen for City services starting on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 8:00 am, after being closed for regular business since March 20 for taking precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Halifax Humane Society in Daytona Beach, Florida is happy to announce that the annual PAWS Summer Camp is back again this year!
Wild Florida will host its 4th Annual Gator Week June 8-13, and offer free admission to its Gator Park for the heroes of the Covid-19 crisis including first responders and essential workers.
The 2020 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday was passed by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis. This sales tax holiday begins Friday, May 29, 2020, and extends through Thursday, June 4, 2020.
The Professional and Corporate Education (PaCE) program at Stetson University is responding to corporate personnel training needs during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering 21 online professional development courses at the end of May.
All 14 branches of the Volusia County Public Library will reopen Monday, June 1, with limited hours and capacity.
The Miami Dolphins have announced plans for The Outdoor Theaters at Hard Rock stadium, two exciting additions to its sports and entertainment complex with distinct socially distant opportunities.
On Tuesday, May 26, the Volusia County Council approved a $2.5 million grant program to assist non-profit agencies in the county that have sustained financial impacts from the coronavirus crisis. Also Tuesday, the County Council agreed to allocate $15 million to distribute to Volusia’s 16 cities to assist them with their COVID-19 expenses.