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The Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 150 Noise Study is a voluntary noise exposure and land use study that airports undertake to address noise and land use compatibility. This study allows an airport to develop programs to increase compatibility of land uses around the airport.
Other vendors (DJ's, florists, photographers, etc...): You may choose your own other vendors.
Many citizens in Florida have fallen victim to dishonest, unlicensed, or improperly licensed contractors. Florida Statute 489 requires all construction contractors to hold a valid contractor’s license prior to engaging in contracting. Always require that a contractor show you a valid contracting license before you sign a contract.
Some indications that a contractor may be unlicensed are:
To verify license of contractor, you may call the State of Florida Department of Professional Regulation at (850) 487-1395. The City requires proof of license from contractors who pull permits for properties located in the City, so be sure to require that the contractor pull the permit in his name, not your name.
Section 104 of the Florida Building Code states: It shall be unlawful to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, or move, remove, or demolish any building, structure, or any part thereof or any equipment, device, or facility therein or thereon, or to change Occupancy of a building from one use Group to another requiring greater strength, means of egress, fire and sanitary previsions; or to change to an unauthorized or prohibited use or to install or alter any equipment for which provisions is made or the installation of which is regulated by this code: without first having filed application and obtained a permit thereof, from the building Official, validated by payment thereof. Permits are required for any structural, window, and door replacement, electrical, plumbing, gas, and mechanical work. If you have any questions on what requires a permit, please contact the Building Department at (386) 410-2800.
Permits expire after 180 days if no required inspections have been approved. In order for a project to be complete, it must pass final inspections. In some cases, a Certificate of Completion or a Certificate of Occupancy may also be required. If a permit expires before final inspections, it becomes null and void, and the project is in violation of the Code. If this is your case, please call our office at (386) 410-2800. We will help you get the project back on track. Our main interest is seeing the project completed, including all final inspections and the protection of life and property.
You can request a meeting by either visiting the City Clerk's Office in-person at City Hall (210 Sams Avenue) or calling in at (386) 410-2630.
You may visit the City Clerk’s Office at 210 Sams Avenue; fax a written request to (386) 424-2109; or just email the City Clerk. A written request outlining the topic you wish to discuss must be submitted to be made part of the public record. Please see the submittal deadline schedule here
Tee times can be made seven days in advance. Please call (386) 410-2693.
All public record requests should be made through the City Clerk's Office at (386) 410-2613.
Electric, 208/220V, 50 amp, per outlet
Cable television and Internet access are available.
Showers and laundry facilities available.
Complaints may be filed using any of the following methods:
The Florida Legislature in 2021 passed Senate Bill 60, which amended Florida Statute 125.69 (4)(b), Florida Statute 162.06 (1)(b), and Florida Statute 162.21 (3)(b). Effective July 1, 2021, Florida Statute prohibits Code Compliance officers from investigating anonymous tips unless the violation presents an imminent threat to public health, safety, welfare, or the imminent destruction of habitat or sensitive resource.
Please contact Code Compliance at email@example.com or (386) 410-2870 to request an update.
The Comprehensive Plan contains a Future Land Use Map that displays the designated land uses within the City of New Smyrna Beach. Please contact the Planning Department at (386) 410-2800. Link to the
The Comprehensive Plan contains a Future Land Use Element that describes the densities and/or intensites of the permitted land uses within the City of New Smyrna Beach. Please contact the Planning Department at (386) 410-2835.
Please contact the Planning Department at (386) 410-2835.
Comprehensive Plan amendments may be initiated by a Department of Development Services planner, City Commission, Planning and Zoning Board, or a property owner or lessee of property within the area proposed to be changed or affected. Please contact the Planning Department at (386) 410-2835 for any assistance.
The City of New Smyrna Beach has two (2) historic districts listed in the National Register of Historic Places. They are the New Smyrna Beach Historic District on the mainland and the Coronado Historic District on the beachside. Descriptions and maps of the historic districts are available from the Planning Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or (386) 410-2835.
Please contact the Planning Department at (386) 410-2800 for any assistance.
A Permit is required if you plan to remove any tree greater than 4" in diameter measured 4' off the ground for Beachside and 6" or greater on the Mainland, except for invasive trees.
Garage & yard sale permits are available for $5 at the front desk inside City Hall, 210 Sams Ave. An additional $2 service fee applies if paying with a credit card. Two sales are permitted per residence every calendar year. Please call 386-410-2610 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for details.
Your fire department is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Dial 911 for an emergency. Otherwise contact information is available on the website or by calling 386-402-8125
The fire department provides fire protection and prevention, firefighting, rescue, as well as advanced life support (ALS) and hazardous materials (Haz Mat) response capabilities to prevent or minimize injury, loss of life, or damage to property and environment.
The fire department provides a variety of services/programs including blood pressure checks, CPR and First Aid training, high school job shadowing, disaster preparedness, smoke detector battery replacement, and sporting event coverage. Contact the fire department for scheduling.
The firefighters union (Local 2271) is typically involved in fundraising with proceeds benefiting the local community.
Qualifications can be found at The Bureau of Fire Standards and Training
Firefighters work 24 hours on and 48 hours off, which equates to a 56-hour work week. The benefits of this type of schedule are personnel consistency and continuity.
The majority of time is devoted to ensuring operational readiness. Firefighters work 24 hour shifts and have to be prepared to respond to emergencies at any hour of the day.
The fire department does offer ride-along programs. Contact the department for more information.
Fire engines are staffed with dual certified firefighter paramedics and are typically able to arrive ahead of the ambulance, thus initiating patient care quicker.
Much like emergency medical calls, fire engines are also staffed with dual certified firefighters / fire inspectors who are able to assist the Fire Marshall with building inspections. In order to be an effective firefighting force, all personnel are required to stay together so that they can respond to emergencies at any time.
You can fax, email, mail, or deliver your application to: Human Resources Department Attn: Diane Wilson email@example.com 210 Sams Ave. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 Ph: (386) 410-2643 Fx: (386) 202-2849
Leisure Services offers numerous special events through out the year for all ages. Please visit the Leisure Services Special Events page for more information.
Leisure Services has several locations that are available for rent including the Brannon Civic Center, Coronado Civic Center, Woman's Club and the "Alonzo" Babe James Community Center. For details on renting, please contact the Leisure Services office at (386) 410-2890 for the "Alonzo" Babe James Community Center and (386) 410-2880 for all others.
The Sports Complex and Leisure Services Department offers many programs and sports for both children and adults. Information can be found at Programs.
All containers must be placed at curbside by 7:00 amthe day of collection. Please call (386) 424-2212 foryour scheduled pick-up days. Additional Information
Each of the four beachfront lots has an electronic kiosk that only accepts credit cards (Mastercard and Visa) and cash but not coins. Change is not provided for cash payments. Please make sure you have the exact amount ($20/day).
Yes, please visit www.parknsb.com
At this time, we do not accept applications by mail. Passes are distributed by the New Smyrna Beach Police Department, 246 Industrial Park Ave.
Yes. The other non-resident cars will either need to pay the daily $20 fee at the lot or purchase an annual beach lot parking pass.
If you are interested in working for the Police Department please use the link below to the Employment Opportunities Page or you can reach us by phone at 386-410-2640.
Parking citations can be paid online at ParkNSB.com or at the Police Department, located at 246 Industrial Park Avenue.
Please call the Police Dispatch at 386-424-2000
Please call Sgt. Brian Morris at 386-424-2247
Requests for records, report copies, background checks and soliciting permits can be made at the service window in the police department lobby. Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, excluding official city holidays.
Public Record Request Fees
Yes, please call 386-424-2220 to make an appointment. The fee is $10.00 (cash or check only) and you will need a valid drivers license with your current address on the license.
Please provide us with your full name and your case number by Email. Please use this Email Link.
Please contact Sgt. Robert Claudio at 386-402-7790 or by email. Please use this Email Link.