The office of City Clerk is responsible for the recording of official meetings, the maintenance of public records and the historical archives.
The City Manager is responsible to the Council for the administration of all affairs of the City, including the City's budget.
The Community Services department consists of the Public Works Division, Sewer Utility Division, Building Division, Business Tax Receipt (formerly Occupational License) Division, Code Enforcement Division, and the Planning Division.
The City will assist you when you’re ready to open a new business, expand an existing business or redevelop a commercial parcel.
Our mission is to pro-actively manage the financial affairs of the City to optimize their long-term benefit to its citizens, employing the highest levels of professional standards, personal ethics, and client-focused behaviors.
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The City of Daytona Beach Shores Information Technology (IT) Department aims to ensure the best use of technology to better serve city residents, visitors, city agencies, and businesses. IT oversees the process of how the City of Daytona Beach Shores uses its technology, striving to make operations run faster, more efficient, and at a lower cost.
The City of Daytona Beach Shores has a unique way of delivering fire/rescue and police services. In 1991 the city merged its police and fire departments by cross-training all its officers, so they would be able to deliver any emergency service with no delay in communications.
The Recreation Department provides residents and visitors with the facilities, activities, classes and special events for a vibrant, healthy quality of life.