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 City of Palm Coast's Public Works Department will be repairing roadways in two separate projects that will impact traffic flow.
On behalf of the City of Palm Coast, ElderSource has been asked to facilitate a Senior Focus Group to discuss the development of additional programs for seniors in Flagler County and the function of an expanded community center.
The sweet sea turtle mascot for the City of Palm Coast's 10th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup has a name - Walter Waterways!
If you've been thinking about competing in this year's Senior Games, now is the time to sign up!
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.
Flagler County students are returning to school on Thursday, August 10th. Students and school buses will be back on the roads. The Flagler County Sheriff's Office will have increased patrols in school zones and bus stops throughout the county from August 10th through August 18th to help keep kids safe.
Everyone's assistance is needed to help clean and protect our community's treasured waterways and adjacent trails! The City of Palm Coast is coordinating the 10th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup on Saturday, Sept. 9, and it's now time to register to participate and to help name this year's mascot, the sea turtle.
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.
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.
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.
The City Of Palm Coast Is seeking Applications from its Citizens to serve on the Code Enforcement Board.
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?
Officials from FEMA, ISO and the Florida Division of Emergency Management presented the City of Palm Coast's new floodplain management rating - which is among the top 13 in the nation - at the Palm Coast City Council meeting this month.
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!
As summer approaches and the school year ends, it is important to ensure that safety is a priority for summer activities. Sheriff Rick Staly and the Flagler County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) offer these safety tips so that everyone can have a safe summer.
The City of Palm Coast's floodplain management rating has increased to among the best in the nation - a measure that shows how well a City is prepared for flooding and a rating that provides residents deeper discounts on flood insurance.
Palm Coast Utility Department's national-champion "Water Buoys" team won its 11th Top Ops State Championship on April 25, winning the title after a hard-fought contest against four other water treatment teams from around Florida.
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.