The City of Palm Coast Public Works Department is planning a temporary road closure in front of 1 Folcroft Lane, from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, as it installs a new drainage pipe.
A temporary lane closure is planned from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at the northeast corner of the intersection of Palm Coast Parkway and Old Kings Road.
To improve sewer service to citizens, the City of Palm Coast will be smoke testing the sanitary sewer lines for the homes on all the streets in the U Section. This smoke testing will be done from Oct. 22 through 26.
When Palm Coast voters go to the polls Nov. 6 (or earlier if they choose early voting), two City Council seats will be on the ballot, along with three proposed amendments to the City Charter.
The Palm Coast City Council has scheduled two public meetings - at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24 - to receive public comments and provide information about the City Manager search.
The City of Palm Coast has a variety of upcoming events and recreational and sports activities that are open to the public.
Palm Coast Fire Lt. Daniel Driscoll was recognized by the Flagler-Palm Coast Kiwanis Club, and Firefighter-Paramedic Kalin Graham was recognized by American Legion Post 115 with a Certificate of Commendation.
Intermittent turn-lane closures will occur along a section of Palm Coast Parkway - from Cypress Point Parkway and Pine Cone Drive - on Friday, Oct. 19, as Palm Coast Public Works Department removes some hazardous trees.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 16, the City of Palm Coast will live-stream its City Council business meetings using the City's YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/c/cityofpalmcoasttv - as the City prepares to discontinue its cable TV channel.
The Palm Coast Fire Department has deployed an Advanced Life Support Engine Company to the Florida Panhandle to assist with the rescue and recovery efforts of Hurricane Michael.
A section of the turn lane from Belle Terre Parkway northbound to Market Ave. will be closed to traffic from Monday, Oct. 15 to Wednesday, Oct. 18 to allow for installation of valves as part of the City's main conversion project
This year's Palm Coast & the Flagler Beaches Senior Games were picture-perfect - and the winners are now proudly wearing their medals!
A section of Blare Drive - from Colbert Lane to Blare Castle Drive - will be closed to traffic from Oct. 22 to 29 to allow the contractor for Tuscan Gardens to mill and pave the roadway following installation of sewer lines.
An 88-unit apartment complex planned for Town Center is expected to be the first project in the City of Palm Coast's new Innovation District - earning $440,000 in utility impact fee credits through a program designed to kick start development in the downtown area.
Palm Coast Parks & Recreation, in partnership with Florida Hospital Flagler, is offering two free opportunities in October to help residents stay healthy! Registration is now open
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity is staging a mobile intake bus in Flagler Beach to help residents apply for a portion of the $616 million allocated through "Rebuild Florida" to repair homes significantly damaged by Hurricane Irma.
An I Love Lucy marathon, Spooktacular Halloween luncheon and adventure on a pirate ship are among the fun "Senior Special Events" that Palm Coast Parks & Recreation has planned for older adults in October!
Organizations and businesses that want to participate in the City of Palm Coast's 2018 Starlight Holiday Parade in December should sign up now! The deadline for parade entries is Nov. 28.
The City of Palm Coast has a variety of upcoming events and recreational and sports activities that are open to the public. See a list of programs at www.parksandrec.fun.
The family that plays together stays together!
The City of Palm Coast has completed its 2018 Annual Floodplain Management Report, which details the City's efforts to protect citizens and property from flooding disasters.
Palm Coast Parks & Recreation's Pickleball Ladder League is returning for fall - starting Monday, Sept. 17, for mixed doubles and Thursday, Sept. 20, for doubles play.
Palm Coast Firefighter-Paramedic Julie Rivera and Volunteer Intern Brandon Davis were recognized for Outstanding Service by the Columbian Club of Flagler County during the club's Tribute to First Responders.
Striking the balance between delivering quality health care while building a successful small business is no mean feat. You come into the undertaking with the training and experience necessary to help your clients but then often must add new and unfamiliar business management skills and knowledge. It is a challenge that can be met and mastered, if you get help.
When your teen says, "There's nothing to do," Palm Coast Parks & Recreation has an answer for that.
Students in the firefighter program at Flagler Palm Coast High School now have their own fire truck to use for their training - thanks to a donation of a surplus 2004 Kenworth T-300 fire engine by the Palm Coast Fire Department.
Palm Coast Parks & Recreation's toddler programs - for little ones ages 3 to 5 and their parents - have been growing in popularity, so the City is adding several new programs this fall!
Palm Coast Deputy Fire Chief Gerard "Jerry" Forte will be promoted to Fire Chief effective in September, succeeding longtime Palm Coast Fire Chief Michael C. Beadle, who is retiring.
Little Kickers Soccer is back with more times and sessions than before! Join Palm Coast Parks & Recreation this fall and register your little kicker today.