With Independence Day on the way, Volusia County Fire Rescue officials are encouraging residents to leave the show to the pros – and keep personal fireworks off the beach. There are twice as many fires reported on Independence Day than on any other day; half of those are from fireworks. Remember, consumer-grade fireworks are banned on Volusia County’s beaches, where they not only leave a … Continue reading Celebrate Fourth of July safely
Votran will operate on a holiday schedule Tuesday, July 4. Riders are encouraged to plan their trips in advance. Routes serving the beachside may experience delays due to higher-than-normal traffic congestion. East Volusia West Volusia Southeast Volusia Votran Gold Service For more information, call customer service at 386-761-7700. Votran route and service information are available at https://www.votran.org and on the myStop mobile app. Looking for … Continue reading Votran’s Fourth of July Service Information
All information provided by the county of Volusia, Volusia Sheriff, and Volusia County Fire Rescue Looking for details on 4th of July events? Click here! What’s the law on fireworks in Volusia County? Florida law allows private use of fireworks on Independence Day (Fourth of July), New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day UNLESS a local ordinance says otherwise. Consumer-grade fireworks are banned on Volusia County’s beaches, where they … Continue reading Fireworks Laws in Volusia County and Florida
Looking for 2022 events? Click here! This information is evolving and will be updated as more info and events become available. Information has been provided by the city, county or by individual event pages. If you have any questions, please direct them to the organizers of the events. **EVENT INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. VISITORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CHECK WITH EVENT ORGANIZERS DIRECTLY … Continue reading 4th of July Fireworks, Celebrations and Events in Volusia County
A message from Volusia County Community Information It’s an American tradition to have fireworks on Independence Day. But handling pyrotechnics yourself is dangerous. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, fireworks were involved in more than 9,000 injuries treated in U.S. hospitals emergency departments in 2018.With public fireworks displays canceled or postponed across the county, Volusia County Fire Rescue officials are concerned that some … Continue reading How Can I Celebrate the 4th of July at Home?