Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Religious Services in Volusia County

2022 Christmas Eve/Day Religious Services in Volusia County

Some services are held before Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. Check the details in the listed links for dates and times.  Continue reading 2022 Christmas Eve/Day Religious Services in Volusia County

Volusia County Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving – 2022

Looking for delicious food at a local establishment to celebrate the holidays? Don’t want to cook this year? These restaurants in Volusia County area are advertising that they will be open for sit-down dinners, to-go orders, grab and go meals and specials. This is a comprehensive list of restaurants that have advertised they will be open, but does not necessarily include every restaurant that will … Continue reading Volusia County Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving – 2022

Become a Volusia Explorer

Explore Volusia is starting a monthly challenge using the iNaturalist app where you can earn prizes! All you need to do is download the iNaturalist app, available on iPhone and Android devices, to get started. Visit the conservation land of the month, as designated on the app or online at Volusia.org. Using the app, find the hiking trail and follow the directions on the blue … Continue reading Become a Volusia Explorer

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Hurricane Nicole: Advisories, Evacuations, Curfews and Information

WARNING: Portions of Volusia County are currently under STORM SURGE WATCH and TROPICAL STORM WATCH. Volusia County is currently under the following alerts per the National Weather Service (updated 12:30 p.m. Nov. 7): National Weather Service Monday, November 8 Update: Windy today, with isolated to scattered rain showers. Marine conditions remain very hazardous, as winds increase & seas build. HIGH threat for strong rip currents. … Continue reading Hurricane Nicole: Advisories, Evacuations, Curfews and Information

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Impacts of Hurricane Ian: Demolished Sea Walls and Intense Dune Erosion

Featured photo provided by the City of Daytona Beach Shores On September 29, 2022, Hurricane Ian’s path swept through Volusia County. The county has reported coastal damage is worse than Hurricane Matthew (2016). Recent significant erosion to Volusia beaches began with Hurricane Matthew then continued with Hurricane Irma (2017), Hurricane Dorian (2019) and annual nor’easters. The county is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency … Continue reading Impacts of Hurricane Ian: Demolished Sea Walls and Intense Dune Erosion

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Pirates on the Edge

The city of Edgewater is one of the partners with the Rotary Club of Edgewater on their second annual Pirates on the Edge event which is sure to be a fun day of family-friendly piracy.  Join the fun on Saturday, November 12, 2022 at Menard May Park from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Menard May Park is located at 413 S. Riverside Drive in Edgewater.  … Continue reading Pirates on the Edge

Get to Know NSB’s Specialty Pet Store

When you shop at Cap’n Lu’s you can feel confident that you’re getting the highest quality pet food on the beachside in New Smyrna Beach!  Inside Look with Cap’n Lu’s Q: Tell us the story behind opening your pet shop. What inspired you to open in New Smyrna Beach and how did you come up with the name? A: My last dog, Tony, passed from … Continue reading Get to Know NSB’s Specialty Pet Store

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City of Daytona Beach Shores Temporarily Waives Local Building Permit Fees for Damage Caused by Hurricane Ian

The City of Daytona Beach Shores is temporarily waiving local building permit fees for reconstruction or repairs needed because of damage caused by Hurricane Ian. The Daytona Beach Shores City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution authorizing the temporary fee waiver for storm-related damage. The waiver will be in place through Nov. 10 but may be extended for major reconstruction or repair projects. The fee … Continue reading City of Daytona Beach Shores Temporarily Waives Local Building Permit Fees for Damage Caused by Hurricane Ian

October 2022 Fishing Report

All Text & Photos provided by Patrick “Tupat” Eichstaedt // @TheRealTupat Powered by: Tupat’s Hawaiian Seasonings and Poke Sauce Florida Fishing in October With the fall weather now here, and the summer winding down, the fishing bite has not slowed down. We truly live in one of the best places in the world for inshore and offshore fishing. After a stellar tarpon run that lasted almost a month, the redfish has been nonstop throughout … Continue reading October 2022 Fishing Report

Pumpkin Patches in Volusia County and Central Florida

2022 Volusia County Pumpkin Patches

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 FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION.** Follow … Continue reading 2022 Volusia County Pumpkin Patches