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The active runway for OMN is dictated by the direction of the wind along with the active runway at other airports in the area. Pilots flying into OMN will not be allowed to use an approach that would conflict with the approach being used at nearby airports, like Daytona Beach International Airport. Safety and aircraft separation are the air traffic controller’s main priorities.
View the City's zoning map, and identify your voting precinct.
For more information regarding zone boundaries or voting precincts, please contact City Clerk's Office at 386-676-3297.
The ISO rating is used by the insurance industry to determine insurance premiums for residences and businesses. The highest rating is a Class 1, which represents superior property fire protection. The lowest is a Class 10, which indicates the area’s fire suppression program does not meet ISO’s minimum criteria.
The current ISO rating for the City of Ormond Beach is Class 3/3X. If your residence or business is located within 1,000 feet of a fire hydrant and you are within the city limits of Ormond Beach your ISO rating is Class 3. There are a few outlying areas within the city limits that are rated Class 3X.
If you need assistance to determine your rating, please contact the Fire Administration Office at 386-676-3255.
To set up a fire station tour, please call the Fire Administration Office at 386-676-3255.
Class location: Fire Station 92 located at: 189 S. Nova Rd., Ormond BeachTime: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.
To register for this course, please contact Ormond Beach Fire Administration at 386-676-3255.
"To create a public beachfront park with beach access and ample off-beach parking to maximize access and enjoyment to all that will provide ocean views and restoration of natural dunes. The park will become a special place in the City, leaving a lasting impression, and will further define Ormond Beach as an exceptional place to live, work and play." View artist's renderings of the proposed park
As a teacher and principal in Volusia County, Mr. Romano has mentored and served as a role model for many Volusia County children. In volunteering to serve on the City's Leisure Services Advisory Board, Mr. Romano continues to teach by his example in giving back to his community.
For non Internet Explorer users, such as Safari, Firefox or Chrome, you will need both Flash and Silverlight installed on your computer. As long as you have Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight installed on your computer, the system should work properly once you log in.
However, ePlans is optimized for use with Internet Explorer, so we do recommend using that browser for the best ePlans experience possible. We also have a link on the ProjectDox ePlans web page to a System Use Requirements manual. You may want to read through it for any useful hints for the type of system you are using.
However, if your plans need to be reviewed by agencies who are not using ePlans, you will have to take a hard copy to them for review. You will need to provide proof of their approval by uploading their approval signature or letter to the "Approved" folder in ePlans.
When your plans are approved by all departments, you will receive an email indicating that your plans are approved and after payment, they will be ready for download.
You will be responsible for printing out a set of plans for your job site.
However, the primary factors in the length of the plan review is the adherence to the submittal requirements, quality of the drawings, and the complexity of the project.
It is important that any method that is utilized be accompanied by a signed and sealed statement from the professional that the method and software that have been utilized to sign and seal the plans complies with the intent of the Board Rules. Plans examiners cannot approve plans without the appropriate Electronic Signature and Seal. This would be done through ProjectDox which is our electronic plan review software.
Although the Florida Statutes cover electronic plan submittals and digital signatures, the city has broad home rule authority under Article VIII, Section 2 of the Florida Constitution and Chapter 166, Florida Statutes to regulate in many areas. Sections 166.222, 553.791 and 553.80 Florida Statutes specifically authorizes municipalities to provide a schedule of reasonable inspection fees in order to defer the costs of inspection and enforcement of building codes. In particular, section 553.80(7(a) as it relates to the enforcement by local governments of the building codes recognizes that the term enforcement includes the review of building plans, inspections, permit processing, etc. So, the city has broad home rule powers to establish an EPlans system as a means of deferring the costs associated with the submittal and review of plans, conducting inspections, etc.