Your City is inviting you to make your voice heard and participate in this year's National Citizen Survey.
The Palm Coast Public Works Department will be making repairs to the fishing pier at Waterfront Park, 150 Waterfront Park Road, starting Monday, Dec. 9.
The enhancements will improve the Stormwater system and improve the look of the community.
City Crews will be replacing a pipes under Belle Terre Blvd between Magnolia Trace Blvd and Citation Blvd.
To improve sewer service to citizens, the City of Palm Coast will be smoke testing the sanitary sewer lines for some homes in the 'F' section (section 7 and 9).
The city of Palm Coast is seeking applications from its citizens to serve as a member on the Planning and Land Development Regulation Board.
Kick off the holiday season at the City of Palm Coast's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at Central Park in Town Center, 975 Central Ave., Palm Coast. The event is free.
It's a significant week for Holland Park as crews broke ground on the highly-anticipated splash pad that will be a new, modern play area for families to enjoy next summer.
Palm Coast City Council members unanimously selected Vice Mayor Nick Klufas on Tuesday to serve a second term as vice mayor for another year.
Please note many activities take a break for the holidays, ending mid-December and resuming after New Year's.
The Palm Coast City Council proclaimed Dec. 7 as the Palm Coast Holiday Boat Parade Day.
The City of Palm Coast's Financial Services Department just received an award for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association.
Garbage and recycling schedules have been announced for the holidays.
More than 450 people turned out for the City of Palm Coast's first-ever, Veterans Day barbecue. This year, the City wanted to provide an extra thank you to our local heroes.
The Palm Coast Fire Department wants to remind you that after a storm, take down your hurricane shutters
Palm Coast City Council members, along with several other local government organizations, are collectively showing support to bring the University of North Florida's MedNEX to Palm Coast.
Ahead of Palm Coast's first Veteran's Day barbecue, we highlight the military careers of two local veterans who have made sacrifices and accomplishments to serve our country. We thank them for their service.
The City of Palm Coast has a landscape irrigation policy for EST that aligns with watering restrictions issued by the St. Johns River Water Management District.
Doug is local guy who grew up in Bunnell with family going back three generations on both sides in Flagler County.
On Oct. 26, a turtle sculpture named Garfield was dedicated to the city - specifically the Palm Coast Historical Society - and following that event, the historical society hosted its annual Founder's Day event in which both events celebrate the history of your city.
In both of Debbie Streichsbier's two main career roles, there's been an underlying theme: helping people.
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Twelve years ago her love for kids inspired her to join the City's Parks & Recreation Department as a summer camp counselor.
Nearly 300 people scattered to various local parks and outdoor recreational hot spots such as St. Joe Walkway, Flagler Beach, Herschel King Park, Long Creek Nature Preserve and other trails as part of the City of Palm Coast's annual waterway cleanup event.
If you've been by the Indian Trails Sports Complex lately, you'll notice there are some changes happening and coming soon!
The newly promoted firefighters were ceremoniously pinned by their family and friends at a ceremony held at City Hall.
On Tuesday, Aug. 13, members of the re-energized Sports Alliance group met at City Hall to connect and update on the new effort.
Flagler County and the City of Palm Coast's distribution of State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) funds are projected to be $350,000 for State Fiscal Year 2019-2020.
The City of Palm Coast is calling on Flagler Palm Coast High School students to help design the future of Town Center, the area that will be the City's downtown. Today, City Manager Matthew Morton highlighted this special program at the City of Palm Coast and Flagler Schools joint annual luncheon.
A portion of the sidewalk path in Town Center from east of the movie theater to the roundabout connection near Central Avenue will be closed from Aug. 1-May 1 as construction will be occurring in that area.
City of Palm Coast HR & Learning Manager Debbie Streichsbier is being promoted to the permanent position of Human Resources Director.
Construction of a new cell tower on Palm Coast Parkway has begun - the first major project of a Palm Coast City Council plan to improve cell service city-wide.