The City of Palm Coast is planning a temporary road closure to complete a stormwater system project.
To improve sewer service to citizens, the City of Palm Coast will be smoke testing the sanitary sewer lines for the homes on Parkview Drive and all the streets that run off of Parkview. This smoke testing will be done from Monday through Friday, Dec. 12 to 16. This test, which involves forcing smoke into the sanitary sewer lines, will check for leaks, breaks and defects in the system.
The City of Palm Coast's C.H.I.R.P. (Children Helping in Resource Protection) program, which provides free, hands-on, conservation-focused field trips to hundreds of Flagler schoolchildren each year, won the Excellence in Education Award from the Northeast Florida Regional Council on Thursday.
Palm Coast firefighters are continuing to monitor a smoldering hurricane debris pile that accidentally caught fire Monday during incineration. The fire is under control and poses no threat to nearby properties or the remaining debris.
The City of Palm Coast has completed its collection of hurricane debris and has resumed normal operations for regular, weekly yard trash pickups.
Flagler County Association of REALTORS® will be partnering with the City of Palm Coast to host its second annual event "Home for the Holidays" on December 10th and 11th from 1-4 p.m.
The City of Palm Coast has completed the second round of hurricane debris removal and is now in its final push to complete all cleanup in residential neighborhoods before Thanksgiving. The City's cleanup in commercial corridors is done.
Flagler County residents who have yet to register for federal disaster assistance should apply for it quickly as the deadline is December 16.
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.
Newly elected City of Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland was sworn in Tuesday, along with new Council Members Robert G. Cuff (District 1) and Nick Klufas (District 3). All three were elected to four-year terms.
The City of Palm Coast is about 80 percent complete with its first pass through residential neighborhoods to collect debris from Hurricane Matthew, and expects to finish that first round of cleanup by next week.
The Palm Coast City Council has adopted a landscape irrigation policy for Eastern Standard Time, aligning with the restrictions issued by the St. Johns River Water Management District.
Flagler County is closing its call-in center, effective immediately, as FEMA has opened a Disaster Recovery Center at the Palm Coast Branch Library to help residents affected by Hurricane Matthew.
FEMA is opening a "Disaster Recovery Center" at the Palm Coast Branch Library to help Flagler County residents affected by Hurricane Matthew.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency amended its Major Disaster Declaration to include additional Public Assistance categories for Flagler County to assist with governmental recovery expenses related to Hurricane Matthew.
The City of Palm Coast and its contractor are continuing to pick up debris from Hurricane Matthew seven days a week. As of Tuesday evening, 1,576 truckloads had been picked up, equating to more than 55,514 cubic yards - enough to fill nearly 17 Olympic-size swimming pools.
Officials in Flagler County have released copies of its signed "State of Local Emergency" document filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller to assist those residents required to evacuate with their insurance claims in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
Right after a wind storm or hurricane, communities and homeowners need to decide what to do with their storm-damaged trees. City of Palm Coast Urban Forester Carol Mini said that although damage to trees may seem devastating, some trees can be treated and saved, while others need to be removed.
Palm Coast City Hall has been awarded LEED certification at the Silver level for design and construction that demonstrates high performance in sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
City of Palm Coast Recreation Superintendent Alex Boyer is being promoted to Director of Parks & Recreation after serving as the Interim Director this summer.
As weather in the tropics is being monitored, Flagler County officials are encouraging residents to sign up for the CodeRED weather warning notifications and for those requiring additional assistance to apply for the special needs evacuation shelter registry.
After a summer of exploration, the City of Palm Coast has decided to expand its college internship program. Internships were offered to students in the past, and now with a formalized program that meets City performance measures, the City is hoping to recruit a multitude of strong candidates to fulfill identified needs within City departments.
"There's zombies out there everywhere - on bikes and in cars - and they will get you!"
Jet skiers and boaters on Palm Coast's beautiful waterways, a little girl's teddy bear picnic, beautiful birds, amazing sunsets, children at play, wildlife and lovely park scenes are among the winning images in the Palm Coast Find Your Florida 2016 Photography Contest.
Palm Harbor Golf Club has announced a promotion that gives golfers the chance to win a trip for two to Mexico's most luxurious Vidanta properties any time they make a hole-in-one at the club throughout the rest of 2016.
Thursday, Dec. 31, is the deadline to take the online version of the City of Palm Coast's annual comprehensive citizen survey.