Yes. City Ordinances state that animals must be on a leash, securely and humanely confined, or otherwise under control by a person physically able to control the animal. For more information on the restraint requirements, you may contact the Animal Control office at (386) 878-8701.
Animal Control will investigate your complaint. However, Animal Control must have a signed complaint with your name, address and the address of the barking dog before Animal Control can help.
NO. This is a common misconception, The City of Deltona does not have the certification to euthanize animals
Residents can apply for their animal tags and have them mailed to them directly! Fill out the Animal Tag Application and return with a copy of a current Rabies certificate, payment by check or money order made out to the City of Deltona in the amount of $5.00 (for altered animal) or $10.00 (for unaltered animal), and a stamped returned envelope. Animal Control will process and return your receipt and animal tag by mail. You can also obtain an animal tag at the Animal Control office and at most of the local veterinarian offices.
Please call City of Deltona Animal Control at (386) 878-8701 to report your pet missing. Reach out to us on the Deltona Lost Animals facebook group with a description and picture of your pet. Check the Lost and Found link on the City of Deltona’s Animal Control page for further info.
You can find it by going to www dot Deltona FL.gov and then click on departments and choose Code Compliance Division.
The email for Code Enforcement is codeenforce@deltona FL.gov
The address is 2345 Providence Blvd. Deltona, Fl 32725 at the Deltona Municipal Complex adjacent to the Daytona State College Deltona branch.
The Code Enforcement Department’s fax number is (386)789-7237.
The Code Enforcement Department’s phone number is (386)878-8700.