Septic to Sewer: A Conversation with Dwight Selby
City of Ormond Beach Commissioner
The news has been focused on the septic to sewer conversion in Ormond Beach. Come hear directly from Dwight Selby on current efforts to address this situation.

Thursday, October 17
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Houligan's off ISB
1725 Int'l Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach
Local Government Icebreaker
Wednesday, October 23
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
LPGA International, Daytona
Please join us in this annual tradition of fine food and after-five refreshments at a social gathering of land development professionals together with our local government partners.
Sponsorship Opportunities at the Icebreaker
VCARD relies on two major events to sustain the organization. The Icebreaker is one of them so consider a sponsorship. It is always a great time and a way to bring the full membership together with city and county government/elected officials.
VCARD & FPZA Join Coastal Cleanup
This past Saturday, September 21st VCARD's NX|RD Committee and FPZA Surfcoast Chapter joined the International Coastal Cleanup day and picked up around City Island in Daytona Beach. Over 30 volunteers came out to beautify the area. Sponsored by LTG, Inc. who graciously provided lunch post-cleanup.
Want to Join the VCARD Executive Council?
VCARD's leadership serves two year terms. A new term will begin in January 2020 and run through December 2021.

If you are interested in getting more involved with the organization please consider serving in a leadership capacity.

  • Attend meetings held 2nd Wednesday of every-other-month beginning in March 2020 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. at various locations
  • Attend Annual Installation Banquet held in January of each year
  • Help recruit new members
  • Assist with retention of existing members by calling or emailing
  • Sponsor and/or attend events
  • Input on education programs
Volusia County Proposed Changes
The County of Volusia is proposing changes to the following elements of the Comprehensive Plan. Click on images below to download documents. Any comments please send directly to Trish Smith at by next Friday, Sep. 27th.
Coastal Management Element
Transportation Element Maps