The New Smyrna Beach Alliance is an organization dedicated to keeping our citizens informed about what our City Government is doing.
There is always a lot going on in the city, and keeping abreast of what is important is challenging. The goal of this website is to identify topics that are circling at the commission that can significantly impact you, your property, your basic rights, and to make sure that the City Commission is doing their job in alignment with effective government.
Unfortunately, it is often true, that simple tasks our city government addresses, evolve in ways that create over-reach, or scope creep, to the detriment of our community.
The section below begins your journey in exploring current business at our city government that fall within the parameters described above. Join us in keeping our city beautiful and equitable for all. Your voice needs to be amplified and here is an opportunity to make that happen.
All Politics Are Local And You Need To Get Involved To Protect Yourself And Your Rights!
Believe it or not, what is happening on the national stage is also happening in New Smyrna Beach on the local stage. Understanding what is transpiring is important to you and your family.
Locally, there are a number of organized groups that are very active in our political landscape. A good example is the New Smyrna Beach Residents Coalition. Some of this groups’ initiatives are out of line with current property rights, heavily aligned with the “Green New Deal”, and in some cases represent significant government over-reach.
We believe it is important to get the facts out and engage people like you to get involved and be heard.
Historic Preservation Commission – AKA “HOA”
The HPC (Historic Preservation Commission) is actively trying to embed powers into this entity that will impact property rights and individuals who own real estate inside and potentially outside of the Historic district. Read more
NSB Clean Waterways – What’s Happening
We need to better protect our waterways. Here is some astounding and critical information regarding derelict boats and live aboard vessels in our waterways. Read more