Daytona Beach City Manager Derric Feacher, Assistant City Manager Betty Goodman, and Daytona Beach Commissioner Quanita May participating in the Christmas parade.
Photos By: Duane C. Fernandez Sr. / Hardnotts Photography L.L.C.
The city’s Bright Lights & Merry Nights Christmas Parade began at 6:00 p.m. The parade
started at Bellevue Avenue and Beach Street and travels north on Beach Street to Dr. Mary
McLeod Bethune Boulevard. The parade traveled in the northbound lane once it reaches Orange Avenue and heads north to Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard. Parade attendees were able to sit in the median from Orange Avenue to Bay Street. The judging/review area was located at Magnolia Avenue/Jackie Robinson Parkway and Beach Street.
Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry Left and Daytona Beach City Commissioners Ken Strickland, Stacy Cantu, and Paula Reed participated in the Christmas parade.
The parade winners will be announced the week of Dec. 13. Many of parade attendees arrive early and brought chairs and/or blankets. The portable restrooms were available at different locations. Free public parking was made available behind the shops on Beach Street and on the east side of Beach Street. Free public parking was available on the west side of Beach Street and behind the shops off of Palmetto Avenue and on City Island. Magnolia Avenue/Jackie Robinson Parkway and Beach Street and City Island.
The city’s Bright Lights & Merry Nights Christmas Parade is presented by Brown & Brown
Insurance and supported by the Daytona International Auto Mall and Southern Stone
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