Whether jogging, riding a bike or just out for a nature stroll, outdoor recreational enthusiasts can look forward to 3.5 miles of new, inter-connected multi-use trails to explore in the DeLand area.
Dog and cat owners in Volusia County will get a helping hand Saturday – free pet food and microchips, courtesy of Volusia County Animal Services and the ASPCA®. The give-away is the county’s way of helping residents who are struggling to feed their pets due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Summer camp scholarships are available to income-eligible children through Volusia County’s Community Assistance Division.
All 14 branches of the Volusia County Public Library will reopen Monday, June 1, with limited hours and capacity.
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.
Short-term vacation rentals in Volusia County got the green light early Friday evening to reopen after the state approved Volusia’s safety plan that the rental businesses must follow to ensure the welfare of their guests.
more local businesses will be able to qualify for the county grant after the Volusia County Council decided Tuesday to expand the eligibility criteria.
Effective Wednesday, May 20, all in-season vehicular beach access ramps will open to vehicles for beach parking.
Volusia County officials adopted a mandatory safety plan on Tuesday needed to help pave the way for short-term vacation rentals to reopen for business.
Volusia County rolled out two new programs Tuesday to help local residents suffering financial impacts from the COVID-19 crisis, earmarking $5 million for emergency rent and mortgage assistance and another $3 million for food aid.