effort is made to keep this website up-to-date, changes may occur and
website updates may not keep up with moment-to-moment conditions (such as road
closures and construction projects).
Mission: To provide quality and timely engineering services in support of Volusia County's construction projects.
From building new roads to patching potholes, Volusia County's road program is designed to make driving safe and convenient for motorists. A quality road network is a major priority.
Engineering and Construction's primary duty is to develop and manage Volusia County's Five-Year Road Program. The division is responsible for all phases of county road building, from the time the roads enter the program through final construction. In addition, Engineering and Construction provides survey, design, right-of-way acquisition and inspection services to other county agencies to assist with the development and construction of their projects. It also provides information on a variety of subjects to the public, private land surveyors and engineering consultants such as road right-of-way, road maintenance, abandonments, benchmarks and control data.
To find out if your road is county-maintained, how much right of way is in front of your property, the date a subdivision was recorded, or benchmark information, please contact the right of way section at one of these numbers:
386-736-5967 West Volusia
386-257-6067 Daytona Beach
386-423-3874 New Smyrna Beach
Development Engineering is responsible for providing engineering reviews and inspections for subdivisions, site plans/stormwater management, subdivision exemption applications, determinations of vested rights and use permits.
The following files are in pdf format. Need the viewer? Download it for free.
Five-Year Road Program for 2012-2013 to 2016-2017
including the Future Construction Projects Map
Road Program and Map [PDF]
Turnbull Bay Bridge repair
(Updated Oct. 4, 2011) - Turnbull Bay Bridge reopened after temporary repairs were completed in a record-breaking 10 days. The contractor earned a cash incentive of $11,000 for finishing early. The work involved replacing 12 of the 96 support beams allowing traffic, including vehicles and school buses, to cross the bridge.
(Orange Avenue) Bridge project [PDF]
(high-rise alternative approved by the Volusia County Council)
AutoCAD (computer-aided design and drafting)
AutoCAD standards manual [PDF]
AutoCAD layer template files (zip file)
Road Construction and Resurfacing Information
This page offers information about road construction projects managed by Volusia County's Public Works Department.
Vacating plats, rights of way and easements
Petition for vacation of plats [PDF]
Petition for vacating road rights of way and easements [PDF]
Links of interest
State road construction in Volusia County
Florida Department of Transportation construction in progress, recently completed projects, and future projects.