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Deltona: "A City On The Move"
On the north shore of Lake Monroe in West Volusia County lies Deltona, a planned residential community started in 1962 by visionary developers, the Mackle Brothers. Today, Deltona has grown to be Volusia County’s largest city with more than 85,000 residents.
Deltona is nearly 75 percent residential, and serves as a commuter city to the nearby metro areas of Daytona and Orlando. Deltona is committed to sustainable development. In a joint project with Volusia County, the expanded Deltona Regional Library, with amphitheater and environmental learning center, received a Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The City also recently opened their own first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certified building, Deltona Fire Station #65. Through solid planning and redevelopment goals, Deltona is vigilantly striving to add needed economic growth in all areas of the City. Our immediate goals are for more industry, shopping and dining and health services for Deltona’s young, educated, families. A growing community, Deltona's response towards business resembles the residential landscape it resides in - warm, welcoming, vibrant.
I've lived in Deltona for over 40 years and I see a bright future for our City. I'm working to create an environment that excites Deltonians to work together towards the common goal of making Deltona a place that we are all proud to call, Our Home. I invite you to visit us and see for yourself just what makes business shine brighter in the City of Deltona.
- Mayor John C. Masiarczyk
|Population 2010 Census||85,182|
|Population 2014 Estimate||85,842|
|Population 2019 Estimate||87,393|
|Volusia County Public Schools||1,530||Education|
|Publix Super Markets||300||Retail|
|City of Deltona||295||Government|
|Daytona State College (Deltona Campus)||100||Education|
|Deltona Health Care Association||99||Assisted Living Facility|
|Four Townes Family YMCA||50||Recreation|