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Main City Number
(386) 986-3700
Customer Service
(386) 986-2360

Animal Control
(386) 986-2520
Building Insp. & Permits
(386) 986-3780
Business Tax Office
(386) 986-3766
Code Enforcement
(386) 986-3764
Communications & Marketing
(386) 986-3708
Finance
(386) 986-3723
Human Resources
(386) 986-3718
Fire (Non-Emergency)
(386) 986-2300
Purchasing
(386) 986-3730
Parks & Recreation
(386) 986-2323

Flagler County Info Line
(386) 313-4111
Flagler County Sheriff
(386) 437-4116

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Fertilizers and Pesticides

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Most people put a lot of effort into their lawns. But too much of a good thing will actually hurt your lawn and the environment. Limit application of chemicals and apply properly. Do not apply chemicals or fertilizers when it rains because they may wash into our wetlands, lakes, and canals. Maintain a 10-foot unfertilized buffer area around water bodies. This will help prevent the fertilizer from directly entering water bodies.

More information regarding how to appropriately fertilize your lawn can be found here:

If you would like additional information on the potential impacts of lawn fertilization here is a recommended article:

Customer Service
Phone : (386) 986-2360
Fax : (386) 986-2390
Steve Flanagan
Community Development Director
Community Development
Phone : (386) 986-2354
Office : City Hall
160 Lake Avenue
Palm Coast, FL 32164