Volusia County consists of 16 municipalities, each offering diverse and unique qualities. Explore our communities and View Demographics about each city or town’s demographic profiles.
Set against balmy breezes and anchored by miles of clean, hard-packed white sand, Daytona Beach is a diverse city famous for its beach and Halifax River, colleges and universities, motorsports racing and is a hub for aviation and aerospace innovation.
Daytona Beach Shores
Daytona Beach Shores is a vibrant coastal municipality on the barrier island south of Daytona with 5.5 miles of beaches. Active lifestyle and recreation are part of the culture with a variety of amenities, hotels and resorts, outstanding restaurants and shopping.
Debary offers quality small town living with the 2nd highest income level and lowest ad valorem and crime rates in Volusia. The city has 12 parks and three regional trail systems with over 600 miles of trails and its’ Main Street development will provide amenities all its residents.
Designated as the county seat for Volusia, DeLand prides itself on being a center for commerce, arts and innovation while also maintaining its small-town appeal and charm. At the heart is its award-winning downtown district with eclectic shops and restaurants and Stetson University.
Deltona is the largest city in Volusia and is currently developing its medical arts districts and is home to Amazon’s largest fulfillment center in Volusia. The city is a Greenways & Trails designated Trail Town as well as the hub for many walking trails converging along Lake Monroe.
The growing riverfront City of Edgewater is an Intracoastal waterfront community along the Indian River adjacent to the famous Mosquito Lagoon, offering all the charm you would expect to find in a small town, yet still engaged in spirited business and commercial activities.
Holly Hill is a riverfront sporting community. Home to Pickleball and its accompanying sporting activities and Flight Gymnastics, a youth sports facility with a Ninja Warrior course. Coming soon, Volusia Sports, an indoor baseball facility and Daytona Rock Climbing, designed to challenge rock climbing enthusiasts.
The City of Lake Helen is an oasis of quiet tranquility in an otherwise bustling metro area. Founded in 1880, many of the pre 1900 Victorian Florida Vernacular and Queen Anne style homes remain and its six parks provide space for activities and individual enjoyment.
New Smyrna Beach
New Smyrna Beach is located on the Atlantic ocean north of Kennedy Space Center, with easy access to both I-95 and I-4. The city aims to encourage the recruitment, retention and expansion of companies in aviation/aerospace, high tech, light industrial and corporate headquarters.
Oak Hill is the southernmost city in Volusia and is proud of its “old Florida” heritage. The city welcomes new businesses while preserving its environment bordering Canaveral National Seashore and Mosquito Lagoon. Oak Hill is the home of Burns Science and Technology Charter School.
Located in Southwest Volusia, Orange City offers a variety of opportunities for people to live, work, visit and play. First-class quality of life is exemplified by its growing health care systems, great schools, and hometown charm. The city is a major center of retail and commerce.
Located on the Atlantic Ocean, Ormond Beach is an outstanding place to live, work and invest offering beautiful parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities. The city’s landscape is punctuated with historic sites, museums and cultural venues, popular shopping and dining destinations.
The Town of Pierson is a small rural community in Northwest Volusia County, Florida. Known as the "Fern Capital of the World", Pierson strives to provide a large abundance of small town charm. On behalf of the Pierson Town Council and employees, you are invited to visit the Town of Pierson's website.
Ponce Inlet is a residential haven for those who value nature, quiet and privacy. It offers a small-town lifestyle distinguished by its natural beauty and access to nature. The community values the professionalism of its government and citizen participation in community life.
Port Orange is a vibrant, safe and attractive community located along the Halifax River. The city provides a full range of high-quality municipal services to its citizens and businesses. The city’s neighborhoods, schools, parks and events make up a strong family-friendly community.
South Daytona is located on the Halifax River in east Volusia. With a palm tree lined business corridor, the community is predominately residential with a small town ambience and waterway access that epitomizes the Florida lifestyle. The city is home to nine parks, shopping and dining.