Volusia County Sinkhole Map
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December 2004 – A growing sinkhole swallowed a four-lane road and forced the evacuation of 20 Central Florida homes,
ORANGE CITY, FL
January 2005 – County workers started shoring up a 120-feet-wide, 40-feet-deep sinkhole that opened near Orange City, swallowing one home whole and part of another.
August 2008 – Volusia County evacuated about 20 homes in DeBary after a sinkhole opened in a neighborhood.
January 2013 – A sinkhole opened just before noon in a gravel parking lot in the DeLand area, uprooting a large tree and damaging some power lines. The sinkhole was inside a fenced-in pasture and was more than 50 feet long and 20 feet across.
August 2014 – A small sinkhole opened under the music building at Deltona High
ORANGE CITY, FL
March 2015 – A possible sinkhole has opened in Orange City Mobile Home Park. The hole was 5 feet wide and 4 feet deep.
August 2017 – A home in the unincorporated area of Volusia County near Deltona that was the site of a potential sinkhole has been deemed uninhabitable due to foundation failure.
April 2018 – A sinkhole at Gemini Springs Park DeBary is growing, county leaders think heavy rains from Hurricane Irma created a depression in the grassy area. The hole was several feet long and wide and is 10 feet deep.