About Volusia

Volusia County

Volusia County is unique among Florida's communities. With a wealth of natural resources, an established infrastructure, and easy access to just about anywhere, it is the perfect place for business.

We have a long list of firsts, bests, and biggests - we are home to The World Center of Racing, thanks to the vision of auto racing pioneer Bill France, Sr. We are home to the world's largest Harley-Davidson dealership, and the host of some of the most popular motorcycle and car events in the world. The inventor of Hawaiian Tropic created his skincare empire here, and we are proud to have a chocolate factory that’s been around for 85 years. Today, high-tech, healthcare, manufacturing, aerospace, and agriculture have found Volusia County to be the ideal place to base their businesses.

An easygoing lifestyle and spectacular natural beauty are still key factors in why people choose to be here. There is plenty of room to grow, and through the support of our local governments, we are poised to attract the right kind of businesses in order to enhance our community for all residents.

 

 

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Volusia County offers the perfect harmony of business and lifestyle. We are the beginning of the I-4 corridor, with easy access to the third largest consumer region in the United States.

Our Central Florida location, at the apex of I-95 and I-4 provides easy access to other Florida markets such as Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville. International airports in Daytona Beach and Orlando, railroad and nearby port facilities enhance the county’s efforts to provide a cost-effective and logistically important location to do business.

With the World’s Most Famous Beach on the east coast and the historic St. John’s River on the county’s western border, hundreds of miles of trails and a community rich in culture and the arts, Volusia County also provides a truly exceptional quality of life – perfect for business and leisure. I invite you to visit us and see for yourself just what makes business shine brighter in Volusia County. 

- County Chair Ed Kelley