The first inhabitants of southwest Volusia County were Nomadic Timucuans who found fish and freshwater plentiful in the area. After Florida became a state in 1845, steamboats began to make regular trips up the St. Johns River to Lake Monroe. Visitors and residents poured into the State, and a community grew up on the shores of Lake Monroe at the steamboat landing called Enterprise. The little town soon boasted a schoolhouse and two churches.
Deltona has come a long way since then with a current population of 85,182 and is the largest municipality within Volusia County. Centrally located between Daytona Beach and Orlando, Deltona provides a large residential base for commuters to both cities. The City of Deltona, under the direction of its City Commission, top-notch staff, and more than 300 dedicated employees, is thriving. Deltona is a major voice in Volusia County while providing quality municipal services to its residents. Residents of Deltona take pleasure in a town whose admirable gems include the new Center At Deltona, excellent boutiques and eateries, golf courses, and parks.
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