Volusia County is busy fighting an increased population of mosquitos. In additon to their efforts, they are also hoping citizens do their part to control the increasing numbers.
Daytona Beach International Airport Operations Agent Josh Barberi has been named this year’s recipient of the Honorary Al Gulamali Award for Excellence in Airport Operations by the Florida Airports Council.
While many are expected to flock to the shore this weekend for the last holiday of the summer season, beachgoers are reminded that COVID-19 is still a concern in Volusia county. Residents and visitors heading to the beach must continue to park at a post, maintain physical distancing and avoid congregating in large groups.
Experience Florida’s Sports Coast (FSC), the Destination Management Organization for Pasco County, is excited to announce the new 98,000 square-foot Wiregrass Ranch Sports Campus of Pasco County (WRSCPC) in Wesley Chapel is officially open, kicking off a new era of sports tourism for the destination.
The Flagler Beach Police Department is proud to announce a COVID-19 inspired public safety initiative that will coincide with new speed limits on A1A in our City. “Masks for Motorists” will begin this week, when our Police Officers will be offering free face-masks to motorists stopped for speeding violations on A1A.
Volusia County residents can participate in the Ocean Conservancy’s 35th annual International Coastal Cleanup anywhere along the beach, Halifax River or Indian River Lagoon on Sept. 18, 19 and 20.
The St. John’s River Water Management District, in partnership with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), has announced the Fellsmere Reservoir boat ramp in Indian River County opened to the public on Monday, Aug. 10.
For residents who missed out on their opportunity to pick up some dog or cat food and get their pet microchipped, all at no charge, they’ll have another chance this Sunday in DeLand.
Starting in mid-August, census takers across the nation will visit homes that haven’t responded to the 2020 Census.
The public is invited to return to the popular Ponce Inlet destination, the Marine Science Center, beginning June 6, when the center will begin a phased reopening. Initially, the center will be open only on weekends, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 4 p.m. Sundays.