City and County Occupational Permits
To conduct business in the City of Deltona, all businesses must first obtain a (Local Business Tax) receipt issued by City of Deltona. This is a tax that provides for the privilege of engaging in a business, trade, or occupation within our city. The fee for each business varies. In addition, Volusia County requires a business tax as well. You must receive the certificate from the City prior to applying with Volusia County. For questions regarding the Volusia County’s process, please call 386-736-5938.
The requirements for obtaining a local business tax receipt vary with each profession. Some businesses necessitate a State license, and we require a copy of this license prior to the issuance of the local business tax receipt.
Any complaints concerning business practices should be addressed, if they are licensed by the state, to the board that regulates them. For all other businesses please contact the Better Business Bureau at 407-621-3300 or you may visit their web site at www.bbb.org.
To apply for a local business tax receipt, click here or stop by:
Deltona City Hall
2345 Providence Blvd.
Delton, FL 32725
Site Plan and Building Permits
Sign regulations are controlled by the Planning and Development Services Department and also by the Building Zoning Services Department. Planning and Development Services approves the size, character, location, and number of signs; once approved, the Building and Zoning Services issues the sign permit based on the structural soundness and plans submitted.
Site plans and building permits are controlled by Planning and Development Services Department and also by the Building Zoning Services Department. Planning and Development Services approves the site plan and building permit is issued by the City of Deltona, Department of Building and Zoning Services Department.
For additional information, please contact:
Planning and Development Services Department
2345 Providence Blvd.
Deltona, Florida 32725
Vehicle Registration/Driver’s License
Vehicle registration, for corporate vehicles and/or residents, can be obtained by providing proof of Florida insurance, and mileage verification. Forms to verify vehicle numbers (which must be notarized) are available at the vehicle registration office, insurance offices, or at auto clubs. Certification of mileage may be done by an insurance agent, the police department, or auto club. A Florida driver’s license may be obtained after registration of the vehicle.
Auto Title & Transfer Office (Tag office)
Licenses: Food Industries
Any business related to food, other than prepackaged, must contact the appropriate State agency. An inspection of your business must be arranged prior to opening or with a change of ownership or location. Because codes change, previously allowed activities may no longer be allowed under new ownership.