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By calling City Hall at 386-878-8850, or by fax at 386-878-8501, or email City Manager.
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97,267 (US Census Bureau website). Deltona is currently the largest municipality within Volusia County.
The City Commission meets in regular sessions on the first and third Mondays of each month, at 6:30 pm with the Public Forum starting at 6 pm in the City Commission Chambers, 2345 Providence Boulevard, Deltona, with the exception of recognized holidays which fall on Mondays in which case the meeting is usually moved to Tuesday. Workshops are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month as needed, at 5:30 pm in the City Commission Chambers, 2345 Providence Boulevard, Deltona. Special meetings of the City Commission are held as needed with locations, dates, and times varying. All meeting agendas and their corresponding back-up material are available on the City's Official Website approximately five days prior to the meeting date. For more information, contact the City Clerk's Office at 386-878-8500.
All meeting agendas and their corresponding back-up material are available on the City's Official Website by clicking on “Agendas and Minutes” on the homepage approximately five days prior to the meeting date. Agendas are also sent to all City facility locations, the Deltona Regional Library, and are faxed to local media. If you are unable to obtain a copy of the agenda from any of these locations or on this website, contact the City Clerk’s Office at 386-878-8500.
Each of the six members of the City Commission represents a specific district of Deltona. The Mayor is elected at-large and represents the entire City. See a map of the Commission districts. Still not sure which district you live in, contact the City Clerk's Office at 386-878-8500. By providing your home address, staff will be able to tell you who your Commissioner is.
The City Clerk's Office posts Commission meeting agenda approximately five days preceding the meeting date and posts the minutes approximately 10 days following a meeting. You may also follow meetings from the comfort of your home by watching DTV's live streaming on Spectrum Channel 491 or go the Deltona TV link on the City's website.
At all Regular Commission meetings, forms are available to request to appear before the City Commission to speak on items of concern. These forms are placed on the table just inside the Commission Chambers or you can fill out and submit the form electronically in advance of the meeting by going to the Mayor and City Commission page and selecting "Request To Speak". If you wish to speak before the City Commission on items of concern you may do so during Public Comments, you will need to complete the form and turn it into the City Clerk sitting at the front of the room on the right side of the Chambers (the desk with the computer). Once the Commission gets to the Public Comments' portion of the meeting, all individuals requesting to speak will be called upon, one by one, in the order the forms were received. If you wish to speak regarding a topic that is on an agenda make sure you specify on the "Request to Speak" form which item it is on the agenda. The Mayor will open the floor for comments on all agenda items, and will call upon members of the public to speak at the time each agenda item comes before the Commission. Please state your name and address at the beginning of your comments for the record.
All meetings of the City Commission, with the exception of Executive Sessions are open to the public.
By calling City Hall at the main phone number of 386-878-8850 or by calling their direct phone numbers which can be found on their webpages or by sending an email message. To reach the Mayor or a Commissioner via email, type first initial, last name @deltonafl.gov; for example to reach the entire Commission body by email, the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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