This would provide access for kayaks, paddleboards, canoes, row boats and others, further adding to residents’ recreational experience at one of Palm Coast’s most treasured parks.
For the 16th 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.
The Mayor’s 90/90 Challenge came to a record-breaking close with more than 30,000 miles logged during the three-month long fitness quest toward a healthier lifestyle.
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Registration is now open for various aquatics activities for all ages from April through August at parksandrec.fun.
Every business can benefit from a good spring cleaning. Here are tips on how to get organized and be more productive by tackling a few key areas within your small business.
The City of Palm Coast is aware of the delays in pickup around the City. These lapses in timely and consistent service are unacceptable.
The City of Palm Coast Utility Department will be working on a utility system repair at the southerly intersection of Wellstream Lane and Wellington Drive.
Please go online at www.mywaterpledge.com between April 1-30 to take the Water Challenge Pledge!
All City of Palm Coast offices will be closed Friday, April 2, for the Good Friday holiday.
Due to the loss of pressure in portions of the water distribution system, the City of Palm Coast has issued a Precautionary Boil Water Notice to certain areas of Palm Coast.
There will be a traffic pattern shift starting the evening of Sunday, March 28 relating to the Old Kings Road widening project.
There are two road closures scheduled next week in the City of Palm Coast for pipe replacements.
This year, to provide the utmost safe experience and still offer interaction among participants and local leaders, the City will host this session via Zoom.
The City staff have been working with the contractor to conduct rigorous testing and inspections of workmanship to ensure the area will be safe and provide the best experience for the children and families.
When all was said and done, the donation totaled up to $2121. Michael Smith, Community Center Supervisor, estimates that a donation of that size will allow approximately 22 children to attend summer camp free of charge.
The road has been closed in that area when work began on March 18 and will continue to be closed until at least until Friday, April 16. We will update the status accordingly.
The Florida Department of Health in Flagler County (DOH-Flagler) moves into a new phase of vaccination efforts this week with additional sites, a lowered age requirement and a process that allows the “medically vulnerable” to be vaccinated with a form signed by their physician.
The Palm Coast Community Center has been awarded LEED certification at the silver level for the design and construction of the facility.
The City of Palm Coast would like to inform residents of lane closures on Florida Park Drive between addresses 137 and 141 on March 18.
Proposed upgrades to transform the Palm Coast Tennis Center into a Regional Racquet Center are developing, and reflect a design inclusive of the community’s needs.
The City of Palm Coast has a landscape irrigation policy for Daylight Saving Time that aligns with watering restrictions issued by the St. Johns River Water Management District.
Results were presented to the City Council, Tuesday March 9 and can be viewed at www.palmcoastgov.com/about/citizen-survey.
Small business owners put in a lot of hours. A recent SCORE article on "How Hard Small Business Owners Work" reported a study showing that small business owners work twice as much as regular employees with 39% working more than 60 hours a week. When owners are working that many hours, managing time is critical.
The Mayor's 90/90 Challenge is approaching its final month, but there is still time to get in those miles!
The City of Palm Coast's Finance team is being recognized for their diligence in providing public awareness and a simple overview of the City's financial position to keep residents updated and informed.
Citation Parkway, between Seminole Woods Boulevard and Sesame Boulevard, will be closed completely for construction from March 8 until June 28.
Visitors to the Lehigh Trail Trailhead off of Belle Terre Parkway can look forward to several enhancements at one of the city's popular paths.
James F. Holland Memorial Park phase two renovations will be complete in just a few weeks and that means the new splash pad will be open daily for families to enjoy this spring and summer, along with new playground features that were recently unveiled this winter.
The City of Palm Coast Fire Department is resuming home safety inspections through its community outreach programs after suspending them in 2020 due to COVID-19.
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In fiscal year 2020, the team was faced with the same challenge as many others, to deliver timely services and maintain operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new way for readers to explore fiction, non-fiction, science-fiction and other genres of books is available at the Palm Coast Community Center through the booking-sharing concept of the Free Little Library.
The Palm Coast Fire Department worked tirelessly in 2020 to keep the community safe and healthy. Read more about the accomplishements of this team and what they look forward to in 2021.
The City of Palm Coast identified a number of streets that will be resurfaced throughout the next three months.
2020 was an ambitious year for the Customer Service team and newly created Customer Engagement team.
Read more about the accomplishments of the Human Resources Department in 2020 and what the team is focused on in 2021.
For today's entrepreneurs and small business owners, the last year was like no other they have ever experienced.
The Florida Department of Health in Flagler County received its first allotment of COVID-19 vaccine today and is working with Flagler County Emergency Management to finalize distribution.
Improvements to Citation Parkway have begun and a new traffic pattern will be established starting Dec. 28.
Embracing the help of a SCORE business mentor offers many advantages to entrepreneurs.
Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland and Council Members Nick Klufas (District 3), Victor Barbosa (District 2) and Ed Danko (District 1) were sworn in Tuesday, Nov. 17 at the business meeting inside council chambers.
Volusia/Flagler SCORE - a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship - will offer limited in-person services at Palm Coast City Hall beginning Monday, Nov. 9.