Street Lights & Traffic Lights

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Sal LaGreca, OPS Manager
1102 South Garfield Ave DeLand, FL 32724
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Duke Energy

Phone Number: (800) 228-8485

Public Works Department

Phone Number: (386) 626-7190.

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Street Light Out?

Just follow two easy steps...

Step 1:

When reporting a non-functioning light you will need:

  • The pole number (located 2 - 7 feet off the ground on the pole)
  • ‍The address nearest to the light and the closest cross street or special directions to the light.

Step 2:

Street lights in the City of DeLand are serviced by Duke Energy. You can report the non-functioning light in two convenient ways:

Traffic Lights

If you notice a problem with a traffic signal within the City of DeLand, please contact the Public Works Department at: (386) 626-7190.

Please be prepared to provide the following information:

  • ‍Your name telephone number and address
  • ‍The intersection where you noticed the problem.
  • ‍The direction you were traveling.
  • ‍The type of problem with the traffic signal (blinking not changing from red not functioning at all etc…)
  • ‍The date when you encountered the problem.

Duties & Responsibilities:  

Public Works consists of 50+ employees operating six divisions: Administration, Streets, Forestry/Trees, Urban Beautification, Fleet Maintenance, and the Stormwater Enterprise Fund.  The Street division is responsible for the maintenance of all City owned roadways and sidewalks, to ensure safe access to motorist and pedestrians.  The Forestry/Tree division handles all trimming, removal and replanting of City owned trees.  The Urban Beautification division is responsible for all landscape maintenance for select City parks, City facilities, and the downtown streetscape.  The Fleet division is responsible for the maintenance of all City owned vehicles and equipment. The Storm Water division, which is separately accounted for in an enterprise fund, is responsible for the maintenance of City retention areas, the City owned storm water drainage system, and street sweeping throughout the city.

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