Daytona Beach Shores is a city in Volusia County, Florida in the 2010 U.S. Census, it had a population of 4,247. Daytona Beach Shores was first organized in 1960 by local business leaders convinced that a smaller community could provide better services to its residents. The city was incorporated on April 22, 1960. In the 1970s and the 1980s, the city saw a massive building program. Now about 80 percent of the residents live in high-rise condominiums that stretch along the Atlantic Ocean. In 1997, residents voted in a straw ballot to limit the height of future buildings to 12 stories. The city council approved the height limit in 1998. A resort and retirement community built on tourism and the service industry, Daytona Beach Shores has no manufacturing industry, but caters to tourists year-round with miniature golf courses and other types of family entertainment.
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|2 - Coquina Shores (1)||8 - Not On The List (179)|
|3 - Daytona Shores (2)||9 - River Ridge (2)|
|4 - Halifax Estates (2)||10 - Sea Havens (1)|
|5 - Key Colony (2)||11 - Townhomes At Oceans (2)|
|6 - La Vista Del Sol (1)|