Daytona Beach and Volusia
County are growing beyond
their beach tourism and auto
racing roots into a mature,
diversified economy where
people want to live, learn,
work and, yes, still play.
People are talking about Daytona Beach.
And what they’re saying is all good.
To toot your own horn might be considered a transgression.
So Daytona Beach and Volusia County will let others do the bragging for them. Because what others are saying is all good: for business, for quality of life, for the future.
Daytona Beach now ranks No. 7 nationally as the most popular place for people to move, according to U.S. News & World Report — up from No. 8 a few months ago.
Part of the popularity is location, of course: on the Atlantic Ocean, with easy access for business and leisure in three directions via I-4 and I-95. Volusia County, with a comfortable urban/country vibe, puts Orlando and Jacksonville in easy reach, but without the traffic and higher prices. The full story continues here »
Amenities, Workforce, Industries, Contacts and More
The Daytona International Speedway's $400 million transformation was an economic driver, creating thousands of jobs and paying more than $300 million in wages. Go to story.
New luxury hotels with haute décor are adding to the fun and cool accomodations visitors enjoy in Daytona Beach and Volusia County.Go to story.
Volusia County’s economic drivers are firing on all cylinders. Tourism, construction and manufacturing are all thriving. Enhanced transportation projects will improve access to markets. Go to story.
Visitors by the Millions
Every season is tourist season in Daytona Beach/Volusia County. Spring break has transitioned into a four-season destination that’s earned the “Festival Capital of Florida” moniker. Go to story.
Quality of Life
Residents and visitors to the region can look beyond the beach and choose from music, art, recreation, sports, dining, shopping and so much home. Go to story.
People to Know
Volusia County’s talent crosses all spectrums. Here are some key people to know: Leaders in business, government, education and non-profits. Go to story.