Cleanup of debris from Hurricane Irma began this week, and the City of Palm Coast's contractor is planning a big push this Saturday, Sept. 23. Trucks and crews will be out working in numerous areas across the City.
The City of Palm Coast's Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool has been closed temporarily for repairs, and the swimming event of the Palm Coast & the Flagler Beaches Senior Games has been canceled.
Flagler County is opening a one-day Assistance Center September 23 to help residents obtain information in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Are you ready for a recreational road trip? Palm Coast Parks & Recreation will offer monthly Discover Trips this fall - day bus trips to attractions such the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens and the Stetson Mansion.
The City of Palm Coast has completed the latest expansion of its southern wellfield - adding five deep wells that provide source water from the Upper Floridan Aquifer.
The Palm Coast City Council will be reviewing the City Charter this fall and is encouraging citizen participation throughout the charter review process.
Join the Pink 5K and help promote breast cancer awareness, education and screening by running or walking in the 7th annual Pink 5K run/walk and pet-friendly One-Mile Fun Walk on Sunday morning, Oct. 15, in Palm Coast.
The Palm Coast Fire Department has donated personal protective equipment and gear to be used during training by future firefighters who are attending the new Fire Academy at Flagler Palm Coast High School.
In order to maintain the reliability of the water distribution system serving our customers, the City of Palm Coast Utility Department will temporarily change the disinfection process for the Palm Coast potable (drinking water) water supply. From September 20, through October 25, 2017 we will disinfect the water with free chlorine rather than combined chlorine/ammonia (chloramines).
Let the games begin - finally! After being delayed by Hurricane Irma, the Palm Coast & the Flagler Beaches Senior Games will kick off with tennis on Monday and continue through Sept. 27.
The summer season has come to an end which means residents of Palm Coast can prepare for cooler weather and fun fall activities! Palm Coast's Parks & Recreation department will be offering a series of events and programs for adults and seniors this upcoming fall season.
Tim Spangler has been named the new General Manager of Palm Harbor Golf Club, the City of Palm Coast's municipal golf course.
Dr. Sean Gimbert will teach about "Bulletproofing Your Back" at the next Lunch N' Lecture, set for Friday, Sept. 15. The Lunch N' Lecture Series is offered by Palm Coast Parks & Recreation Department.
The City of Palm Coast has a variety of upcoming events and recreational and sports activities that are open to the public. See the full Calendar of Events at www.palmcoastgov.com. The Parks & Recreation Department is temporarily located at Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool, 339 Parkview Drive, Palm Coast, while the Community Center is under renovation. The department can be reached at 386-986-2323.
The Palm Coast Parks & Recreation Department is introducing seven new nature programs for fall - including nature walks and art classes for adults and several series geared toward toddlers or elementary school students.
The St. Johns River Water Management District is providing $700,000 in cost-share funds to the city of Palm Coast for a project to rebuild aging flood control structures and allow for remote monitoring and control of the slide gates. The project will help protect residents and property in a 1,739-acre area of the city.
For the 14th consecutive year, the City of Palm Coast has received the Government Finance Officers Association's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its annual budget.
An approximately 1/2-mile section of St. Joe Walkway - one of Palm Coast's most popular trails - will be closed beginning Monday, July 24, to allow for reconstruction of the multi-use pathway.
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) has recognized the City of Palm Coast's data-driven management and reporting efforts with a Certificate of Distinction in Performance Management. This is the fourth straight year the City has received the award.
Huge, colorful shade sails will be installed over the playground equipment at four City of Palm Coast parks in coming weeks - bringing some relief from the hot Florida sun!
An amazing aerial view of Palm Coast's iconic water tower, sailboats at the marina, boaters and kayakers on the Intracoastal Waterway, sunlight breaking through the oaks, beautiful birds and lovely park scenes are among the winning images in the Palm Coast Find Your Florida 2017 Photography Contest.
To increase citizens' awareness of where Palm Coast's evacuation zones are located and whether they live within an evacuation zone, the City of Palm Coast is installing signage at 59 intersections within the zones.
The Colorado Bridge, on Colorado Drive between Crandell Court and Crampton Court, will be remain closed through mid- to late-September as reconstruction of the bridge continues. This project is part of the City of Palm Coast's bridge rehabilitation program.
Do you love sports, fitness and Palm Coast's active lifestyle? Would you like to be challenged and inspired by friends and neighbors who are committed to staying healthy and strong as they age?
For the second year in a row and the seventh time since 2007, the City of Palm Coast's "Water Buoys" team won the Top Ops National Championship of the American Water Works Association!
The reopening of Palm Coast's oldest and largest community park, located at 18 Florida Park Drive, is set for Friday, June 16. A ribbon-cutting will be at 5:30 p.m. June 16, followed by an evening of games, music, refreshments and give-aways. Mayor Milissa Holland, daughter of the park's namesake, will speak at the ceremony.
The Palm Coast City Council has adopted a landscape irrigation policy for Daylight Savings Time, aligning with the restrictions issued by the St. Johns River Water Management District.