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City Clerk FAQs
What is Deltona’s current population?

86,890 (US Census Bureau website). Deltona is currently the largest municipality within Volusia County.

Who is my City Commissioner?

Each of the six members of the City Commission represents a specific area of Deltona. The Mayor is elected at-large and represents the entire City. Click here to 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.

How do I contact the Mayor or City Commission member?

By calling City Hall at the main phone number of (386) 878-8100 or by calling their direct phone numbers which can be found on their webpage 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 Mayor by email, his email address isjmasiarczyk@deltonafl.gov.

How do I contact the City Manager or designee?

By calling City Hall at (386) 878-8100, or by fax at (386) 878-8501, or by email at jshang@deltonafl.gov.

When and where does the City Commission meet?

The City Commission meets in regular sessions on the first and third Mondays of each month, at 6:30 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers, 2345 Providence Blvd., Deltona, with the exception of recognized holidays which fall on Mondays. Workshops are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month, at 5:30 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Conference Room at City Hall.  Special meetings of the City Commission are held as needed with locations, days, and times varying. All meeting agendas and their corresponding back-up material are available on the City's Official Website in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format on the Thursday preceding the Monday Regular City Commission meeting. For more information, contact the City Clerk’s Office at (386) 878-8500 or check the City’s WebPage for notices.

Are all meetings of the City Commission open to the public?

All meetings of the City Commission, with the exception of Executive Sessions are open to the public.

How do I request to speak before the City Commission?

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 (yellow in color) or you can fill out and submit the form electronically in advance of the meeting by going to the home page under the Deltona Quick Liniks: "City Commission Request To Speak Form". The form is titled "Request to Appear Before the City of Deltona Commission". 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 the agenda of a Regular Commission meeting, Special Commission meeting, or Workshop there is no form required, the Mayor will open the floor for comments on all 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 to the Commission.

How do I obtain a copy of the City Commission meeting agenda?

All meeting agendas and their corresponding back-up material are available on the City's Official Website in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format on the Thursday preceding the Monday Regular City Commission meeting on the home page under Deltona Quick Links: "Regular Commission Meetings" and "Other Commission Meetings". Agendas are also posted at all City facility locations, the Deltona Regional Library, the Civic Association, and are faxed to local media reps. If you are unable to obtain a copy of the agenda from any of these locations or the WebPage, contact the City Clerk’s Office at (386) 878-8500.

I can’t attend the Commission meeting, how do I find out what happened at the meeting?

The City Clerk's Office posts Commission agenda approximately five (5) days preceding the meeting date and posts the minutes approximately 10 days following a meeting or you may contact the City Clerk’s office at (386) 878-8500. The link for the agendas and meeting minutes can be found in the City Clerk's and Commission's sections of the City's website, as well as on the home page under Deltona Quick Links: "Regular Commission Meetings" and "Other Commission Meetings". You may also follow meetings from the comfort of your home. The City now broadcasts all Regular City Commission meetings on the internet (Deltona Quick Links: "Regular Commission Meeting"). Simply visit the Web Broadcasting page for more information and to listen to archived recordings of some previous meetings.

How do I become a member of one of the City’s Advisory Boards?

Complete a City Board application online or call City Hall at (386) 878-8500 and an application will be forwarded to you. Once the application is completed and a vacancy exists on a City Board, the application will be forwarded to the City Commission for consideration. All applications remain active for six months of which time you would need to fill out another City Board application.

How do I obtain a copy of a public record held by the City?

EFFECTIVE Monday, August 21, 2017 and Revised Friday, September 8, 2017: Revised Public Records Request Policy - Contact Deltona's Records Custodian City Clerk Joyce Raftery at 2345 Providence Blvd., Deltona, FL 32725 / Phone: (386) 878-8500 or by email at jraftery@deltonafl.gov. For applicable fees, view the Public Records Policy on the City Clerk’s portion of the WebPage. Although public records requests are not required to be in writting the City of Deltona has provided a form for those that prefer to use one to email to the Records Custodian Fillable Public Records Request Form or PDF Form which would need to be printed, then completed and submitted - Public Records Request Form

How do I obtain a copy of a public record related to the Fire Department i.e. an Incident Report or EMS/Medical Report held by the City?
For Public Records Requests related to the Deltona Fire Department contact them directly at (386) 575-0000 or by email at esantiago@deltonafl.gov. For applicable fees, view the Public Records Policy on the City Clerk’s portion of the WebPage.  Although public record requests are not required to be in writing the City of Deltona has provided a form for those that prefer to use one Fire Department Public Records Request Form.
  • Please note for EMS/Medical Requests:
  • If you were the person treated by fire rescue, include a copy of your driver’s license or legal photo ID with your request.
  • If the patient is a minor, the parent or legal guardian must provide legal documents stating guardianship or a birth certificate, along with a copy of the requesting parent/guardian driver’s license or legal photo ID
  • If the patient is deceased, (reports are released to the next of kin only) a copy of the death certificate identifying the next of kin and/or legal documents of estate representative are required, along with a copy of the requesting family driver’s license, legal photo ID or attorney letter representing the estate.
  • If the requestor is a law firm or insurance company, a signed notarized medical authorization is required.

 
 
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