Changes Made to Volusia County Annual Beach Pass; In-Season Begins February 1, 2020.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Effective Immediately, there has been a change made to the Volusia County annual beach pass. While they were valid for the calendar year (From Jan. 1 thru Dec. 31) regardless of the date they were purchased, they are now valid for 365-days from Date of Purchase.
The changes also apply to the Volusia County Combination Inlet and Beach Annual Pass as well.
As of tomorrow, February 1, 2020, Volusia County Beach Safety will start its in-season schedule. All 23 vehicular beach access ramps will begin its daily operation from News Smyrna to Ormond Beach, with multiple entry and exit lanes in between.
Any annual pass that was purchased in 2019 will automatically be valid for a full year. For more information on the Volusia County annual beach pass visit volusiabeachpass.com.
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