USACE Jacksonville to brief City of Daytona Beach leaders on Flood Risk Management study

USACE Jacksonville District
Published June 3, 2024
Updated: June 3, 2024
City of Daytona Beach FRM study area

City of Daytona Beach FRM study area

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) staff will conduct a briefing before City of Daytona Beach Commissioners June 5, 2024, to present an overview of the City of Daytona Beach, Florida, Flood Risk Management (FRM) Feasibility Study.

The presentation will take place in the Commission Chambers, Daytona Beach City Hall, 301 So. Ridgewood Ave. beginning at 6 p.m.  The public is invited to attend; no pre-registration is necessary.

This will be the first public presentation of the feasibility study since the signing of a Federal Cost Sharing Agreement between USACE and the city in January of this year.  The study will examine measures to reduce recurring flood events in Daytona Beach Midtown, the mainland side of the city bounded by Orange Ave., Nova Rd., Beville Rd. and Ridgewood Ave.

The study is 100 percent federally funded.

The public is welcome to attend in person or to view the proceedings as they occur via the city’s online streaming link at The proceedings will be archived at the same online site for viewing after the event.


David Ruderman

Release no. 24-036