On Wednesday, July 4, the City of Palm Coast will have a public Independence Day Ceremony titled "By the Dawn's Early Light." The ceremony will begin at 8 a.m. at Heroes Memorial Park, 2860 Palm Coast Pkwy. NW, Palm Coast (1/2 mile west of the Flagler County Library).
Celebrate Independence Day with the City of Palm Coast's "Fireworks in the Park" celebration on Tuesday, July 3, at Central Park in Town Center beginning at 9 p.m.
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?
The City of Palm Coast's "Water Buoys" team placed second among the nation's top teams at the Top Ops National Championship of the American Water Works Association.
The City of Palm Coast has a variety of upcoming events and recreational and sports activities that are open to the public. The Parks & Recreation Department is celebration July is Parks and Recreation Month. See the full Calendar of Events at www.palmcoastgov.com. Parks & Recreation Department can be reached at 386-986-2323.
The summer of 1998 will never be forgotten. For two harrowing months, wildfires raged across Flagler County, destroying homes and forcing evacuation of the entire county. The fires were among the reasons residents voted to incorporate the City of Palm Coast - so that fire protection could be strengthened.
Grab your friends and family and join the City of Palm Coast's Parks & Recreation Department for its first ever and free FIFA World Cup Watch Party, Saturday, June 23, starting at 11 a.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy NE, Palm Coast.
Eighteen residents graduated from the Palm Coast Citizen's Academy this month.
Dance into summer with a variety of dance lessons and other fun activities for adult and senior residents at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy. NE!
Palm Coast resident Vincent T. Lyon, a guardianship and probate litigation attorney with the Chiumento Dwyer Hertel Grant and Kistemaker law firm, was appointed Tuesday to complete Steve Nobile's term of office for the Palm Coast City Council District 4 seat.
It's summertime in Palm Coast, which means it's time to head to Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool and enjoy Frieda's Festive Fridays, as well as a full schedule of lessons, special events and classes brought to you by Palm Coast Parks & Recreation.
Explore the great outdoors through guided nature/fitness walks - offered free of charge by the Palm Coast Parks & Recreation Department. These guided tours are a great way to stay in shape while also taking advantage of the beautiful parks and trails Palm Coast has to offer.
In order to maintain the reliability of the water distribution system serving Palm Coast Utility, the town of Marineland and Flagler County Utilities customers who live in Painters Hill and Beverly Beach, the City of Palm Coast Utility Department will temporarily change the disinfection process for its potable (drinking water) water supply.
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. Parks & Recreation Department can be reached at 386-986-2323.
Don't just sit and watch Dancing with the Stars this year - be a part of the action at Palm Coast Parks & Recreation's new "Dance With Me!" Ballroom Dance classes!
It's pool time! Palm Coast Parks & Recreation has a full schedule of lessons, special events and classes at Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool, 339 Parkview Drive, Palm Coast, during the month of May - including a new weekly Water Aerobics exercise class.
Palm Coast Parks & Recreation is planning a summer of fun and recreation for children through its Fun in the Sun Summer Camp and specialty camps in Firefighter Kids, Junior Lifeguard, golf, tennis and baseball.
The Palm Coast Fire Department is making the switch to new personal protective equipment - widely known as "bunker gear" - with more safety features and a modern look.
The River to Sea TPO (R2CTPO), www.R2CTPO.org, is actively seeking public input as we plan transportation improvements for the Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA), which includes all of Volusia County and portions of Flagler County, including Beverly Beach and Flagler Beach as well as portions of the cities of Palm Coast and Bunnell.
For the 13th straight year, the City of Palm Coast has been named a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation in recognition of Palm Coast's urban forestry program. In addition, the City again this year received the Tree City USA Growth Award. This is the 12th time Palm Coast has received this recognition.
Jody Prince and Cathy Mittelstadt have a mission: to "Unleash Your Potential." It comes from a passion for physical fitness, skills and abilities that they strive to share with their Flagler County community. And this isn't even their day job; Prince works in disaster recovery for a large insurance company and Mittelstadt manages operations for a county school district.
A 53-minute video of the City of Palm Coast's inaugural State of the City event, held earlier this month in partnership with the Palm Coast Observer, is now available on the City website at www.palmcoastgov.com/council/state-of-the-city.
Are you a swimmer looking to improve your swim stroke technique? Palm Coast Parks & Recreation is offering a Stroke Correction program on Saturday mornings during the month of May.
Palm Coast Utility Department's national-champion "Water Buoys" team won its 12th Top Ops State Championship on Tuesday, winning the title after a hard-fought contest against two other water treatment teams from around Florida.
The City of Palm Coast is participating in FPL's SolarNow program - bringing a new kind of solar to life that harnesses the energy from the sun while providing Palm Coast residents and visitors with covered parking and shade at Palm Coast parks.
Twenty-four Palm Coast residents graduated this month from the Palm Coast Citizen's Academy, a comprehensive program designed to educate interested residents about the operation and workings of their City government.
When cardiac arrest occurs, every second counts. That was true for Palm Coast resident Serge Judro, who has lived to share his story.
Read Mayor Holland's 2018 State of the City address.
Palm Coast Parks & Recreation Department's new Coffee Series and popular Lunch N' Lectures are moving to back to the Palm Coast Community Center and will now be held year-round.
The Palm Coast Parks & Recreation Department and Florida Hospital Flagler have a common goal and mission - to improve the quality of life of local residents through health and wellness initiatives.
The City of Palm Coast's Parks & Recreation Department and Flagler Schools proudly present a new season of free Movies in the Park, held on the second Friday of each month from March through October. Closed captioning will be provided with the monthly movies.