Author Topic: Welcome to Rockville Leaving Jax for Daytona  (Read 4176 times)

I-10east

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Re: Welcome to Rockville Leaving Jax for Daytona
« Reply #30 on: December 12, 2019, 11:55:12 PM »
Daytona's numbers are deceiving.  It's the urban core for coastal Volusia County. For years it was built out, so its new growth spilled out to adjacent suburbs with available land, particularly Ormond Beach, Port Orange and Deltona. Recent growth is occurring in newly annexed land along and west of I-95. Like Jax, the older core (in this case, most of Daytona east of Clyde Morris or Nova Rd) could use an economic shot in the arm.

Port Orange

1990___35,317___88.3%
2000___45,823___29.7%
2010___56,048___22.3%
2018___64,252___14.6%

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Orange,_Florida




Ormond Beach

1990___29,721___38.6%
2000___36,301___22.5%
2010___36,301___5.1%
2018___43,475___14.0%

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ormond_Beach,_Florida




Deltona

1990___50,828___223.5%
2000___69,543___ 36.8%
2010___85,182___22.5%
2018___91,951___7.9%

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deltona,_Florida

Thanks for the info.