The City of Palm Coast is offering its limited supply of toilet paper to those most in need.
The City of Palm Coast will hold its first Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, April 1, at noon.
The Business Resource Center will also host a clickable link under local resources to a list that will be dedicated to updating the community on which local businesses are open. In the spirit of helping others, this list is designed to offer businesses another outlet to reach the community during this difficult time and make it easier on the consumer as well.
Gov. DeSantis Signs Executive Orders 20-82, 20-83
Gov. Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-80 on Monday, March 23, directing all persons whose point of departure originates from outside the State of Florida in an area with substantial community spread, to include the New York Tri-State Area (Connecticut, New Jersey and New York), and entering the State of Florida through airports to isolate or quarantine for a period of 14 days from the time of entry into the State of Florida or the duration of the person's presence in the State of Florida, whichever is shorter.
Mayor Milissa Holland signed the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" Emergency Proclamation late Sunday night, March 22, asking all residents to stay home if at all possible, effective immediately.
Based on the Flagler County Emergency Management Office's recent decision to close all beaches effective starting Monday, March 23, at 6 a.m., the City of Palm Coast is closing all parks and trails in conjunction with this order to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
Today, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-71, directing all restaurants and food establishments within the State of Florida to suspend on-premises food and alcohol consumption for customers. The listed establishments may, however, operate their kitchens for the purpose of providing delivery and take-out services.
The City of Palm Coast will close all City facilities to the public beginning Monday, March 23, until further notice, in accordance with the latest CDC recommendations.
Based on their recent recommendations, we will be closing down all playgrounds, park pavilions, and restrooms to the public starting Friday, March 20, until further notice.
As of today, our City facility at 2 Utility Drive will be available only for residents 60 and older.
The City of Palm Coast is suspending water service shut-offs for non-payment of City utility bills and will not charge fees for late water and sewer utility payments until further notice.
This afternoon, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-68 ordering all bars, pubs, and nightclubs to suspend the sale of alcoholic beverages at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, for the next 30 days.
In support of the CDC's recommendations, all City-run activities at city facilities starting Tuesday, March 17 through Thursday, April 30 are effectively cancelled. The Palm Coast Community Center, Palm Coast Tennis Center, Palm Harbor Golf Club, and Palm Coast Aquatics Center will also be closed to the public through this time. The City of Palm Coast will evaluate scheduled events extending beyond April at a later time as we continue to monitor recommendations.
At this time, we are cancelling the March 17, 2020 9:00 a.m. Council Meeting.
At 3:30 p.m. on March 15, Mayor Milissa Holland signed a proclamation at City Hall declaring a local state of emergency for the City of Palm Coast.
The City of Palm Coast is continuing to closely monitor COVID-19 and prepare for its potential impact on our community.
Digital Media Associate Tyler Jarnagin, who has inspired many of the digital media productions for the City since last summer, has been promoted to Interim Communications Officer for the City of Palm Coast.
The bocce ball courts at James F. Holland Memorial Park re-open to resounding approval from the local bocce ball community.
Read more about the highlights of the City Council business meeting from March 3, 2020.
The Palm Coast Open not only served up world-class tennis but world-class teamwork as well!
The winning application, StressLess was created by a team of Orlando and Gainesville-area competitors.
The inaugural event looks to solve healthcare solutions using cutting edge technology.
The annual event went off without a hitch, even with record numbers.