DeLand, FL - The Volusia County Council is moving county offices to the next phase of Relaunch Volusia, reopening to the public tomorrow morning. Administrative offices, libraries and other facilities will open to the public.
County Chair Ed Kelley says residents will notice measures that enhance the safety of both the public and the staff. There will also be some capacity restrictions at some locations to ensure social distancing measures are maintained. During a news conference in Daytona Beach Friday afternoon, he said, “We feel confident that as long as we all continue to abide by the CDC guidelines and rules that are in place, we’re on the right course to continue the phased reopening.”
In addition, Kelley said that playgrounds at county parks are already open and the county's popular summer camp program is getting multiple sites ready. Due to social distancing guidelines, space in limited in the summer camp programs.
“As we continue the reopening process, please be patient,” Kelley said. “We need to focus on making the best decisions for the county. Things that you do, things that I do, things that we all do affect each other."
You can find complete details of the status of county programs, services, and facilities by going to volusia.org.