Area Information


Welcome to the area information section for Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Port Orange and surrounding
Volusia County areas. When considering what home to buy, the community can be as important a consideration as the real estate
itself. This section should help you learn more about our beautiful community and all it has to offer.   Welcoming over eight million visitors a year in the Daytona Beach region Daytona Chamber membership is well suited for every visitor’s needs. From a wide variety of great area Chamber accommodations select your lodging preference including hotels, condominiums, private homes and campsites all ready to serve your vacation must have’s. They make it easy to find and book a room by connecting with an on line search and booking connector. Plus be sure to check out the community calendar of events for lots of fun, interesting things to see and do while in the Daytona Beach region.   Visit The Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce Welcome and Visitors’ Center located at 165 W. Granada Boulevard.  Visitors and residents can get information on businesses, visitor and relocation information including attraction guidebooks, area maps, economic development materials, real estate brochures, newspapers, tourism publications, local school information and other relevant materials.  The Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5 pm, and closed for all major holidays.   The Ormond Beach Historical Society is the only private, nonprofit organization working to preserve and share the rich history of Ormond Beach. The organization was formed in 1976 as the Ormond Beach Historical Trust. The Trust’s first major project was to save The Casements, purchased by John D. Rockefeller in 1918, and his winter home until his death in 1937. The Casements, which had deteriorated considerably, had been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 and was purchased by the city of Ormond Beach in 1973 for $500,000. The Historical Trust worked with the city to obtain a federal grant of $449,000 for restoration, and set up a Casements Foundation Fund for additional capital expenses. Today, The Casements serves as the city’s cultural center.


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