Hurricane season starts June 1
Hurricane season begins June 1, make sure you are prepared!
City of DeLand and Stetson University to host its first-ever NCAA Baseball Regional
The City of DeLand and Stetson University are preparing to host its first-ever NCAA Baseball Regional as the Hatter baseball team looks to extend its historic season and advance to the College Baseball World Series. On Sunday, DeLand’s Melching Field at Conrad Park was chosen as one of 16 host sites for the NCAA Regionals.
Hometown Heroes Military Banner Program accepting applications
A new banner program will look to honor active or past military veterans in the heart of Downtown DeLand.
Water Festival set for Saturday
Free downtown Water Festival a fun way for everyone to learn about local water issues
Mayor Robert F. Apgar recognized as Home Rule Hero
Mayor Robert F. Apgar has been recognized by the Florida League of Cities for the second consecutive year as a Home Rule Hero.
Skate Park closed for maintenance
Please be advised that the Skate Park will be closed for maintenance April 23-27 and Freedom Playground will be closed for maintenance May 7-11.
City of DeLand, Lake Helen negotiating future of I-4/Orange Camp Road interchange
Representatives from the Cities of DeLand and Lake Helen met on April 17 and discussed a number of matters related to development of all four quadrants of the I-4 and Orange Camp Road/Main Street interchange.
City of DeLand named Tree City USA for 30th consecutive year
(DeLand, FL) – The City of DeLand has been designated by the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA for the 30th consecutive year.
Daniel Hanes named DeLand Fire Chief
Chief Hanes has more than 35 years of experience with the fire service in Florida. He has served as Fire Chief for the City of West Palm Beach and Fernandina Beach to go along with the 28 years of service with the Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Department.
Hurricane Irma debris pickup update
As of Tuesday, the city’s contractor had collected 90 percent of Hurricane Irma storm debris, which amounts to 99,039 cubic yards of debris. That is enough to fill more than 30 Olympic-sized swimming pools and as large as 13 Goodyear blimps put together.