The Delray Beach Visitor Information Center is getting a makeover in time for its 12th anniversary.
The center, which provides visitors with information on what is going on the city, is managed by the Downtown Development Authority and staffed by volunteers.
While the center, located at the corner of A1A and E. Atlantic Avenue is getting renovated, a satellite center will be located at the Sandoway Discovery Center, 142 S Ocean Blvd.
When the renovations are complete at the end of March, the Visitor Information Center will have tripled in size with new floors, ceilings, windows, and doors. There will be computer access for visitors and new digital signage. Visitors can stop in and learn more about the shops, attractions, dining, entertainment, hotels and places to live here. In addition, the renovated Center will be designated as the Official South Palm Beach County Visitor Center by Visit Florida.
The DDA has spearheaded the renovation project with support of the City of Delray Beach, Roy Simon Architect, Maura Taft Interiors, and contract services from local partners, who are all donating their services.
The DDA encourages all area hotels, attractions, restaurants, entertainment venues and publications to provide their collateral materials to share with visitors. The Delray Beach Visitor Information Center is open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. – 4 pm. For more information, or if you are interested in becoming a Center Volunteer, please contact: DDA@DowntownDelrayBeach.com or 561.243.1077.