Due to construction, Bocci courts and shuffleboard area will close on Jan 2 and remain closed until further notice.
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Sandbags are available at City Hall and Public Safety, beginning at 8 am to 4:30 pm for city residents. Residents must show identification.
Businesses, including hotels and timeshares, considering to replace downed, damaged or older nonconforming pole/pylon signs with a conforming monument sign are advised that the Daytona Beach Shores Nonconforming Sign Removal Incentive Grant funds are still available. For more information click here (sign grant application form) or call (386) 763-5377.
Oceans Racquet Club is closed until further notice.
Central Florida telephone numbers are receiving calls from an individual claiming to be from the IRS.
IRS will not call individuals demanding “immediate payment” or threaten to bring in the police or other agencies to come out and arrest that individual today.
The IRS advises that victims should:
· Contact the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) to report the call by clicking on the hyperlink “IRS Impersonation Scam Reporting” web page or call 800-366-4484.
For additional information about the Telephone Scam go to the IRS web page at: https://www.irs.gov/uac/IRS-Urges-Public-to-Stay-Alert-for-Scam-Phone-Calls
Officers have concluded the educational phase of this operation. They will now enter the warning phase in which violators will be stopped and warned during the months of February and March. The most egregious violators will be issued citations.
Officers of the Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety will be focusing on pedestrian and bicycle safety in the coming months. Funded by a Florida Department of Transportation grant administered by the University of South Florida, officers will conduct operations between October, 2015 and May, 2016 in which unsafe drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians will be targeted along State Road A1A.
During previous operations, officers repeatedly observed drivers fail to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks, occasionally requiring pedestrians to run to avoid being struck. The primary focus at the beginning of the program will be on educating the public about the laws designed to protect pedestrians. Florida law requires drivers to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.
Pedestrians are encouraged to use marked crosswalks whenever possible and not place too much trust the road safety system.
For any additional information please contact Detective Sergeant Michael Fowler at (386) 527-8273.
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