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POSTED : 6/18/2019

POSTED : 6/18/2019

City of Palm Coast HR & Learning Manager Debbie Streichsbier is being promoted to the permanent position of Human Resources Director.


POSTED : 6/18/2019

The intersection of Bennett Lane and Beachway Drive will be closed on Tuesday, June 18, for a City of Palm Coast maintenance project.


POSTED : 6/14/2019

Celebrate Independence Day with the City of Palm Coast's patriotic ceremony and fireworks display - newly combined this year to offer one big festive evening on July 3 at Central Park in Town Center, 975 Central Avenue. 


POSTED : 6/14/2019

This week at the City of Palm Coast, there are 2 open bids and 2 that have been reopened.


POSTED : 6/12/2019

Game on! Lace up your shoes because Palm Coast Parks & Recreation invites you to celebrate Park and Recreation Month this July with a variety of fun activities and special events.


POSTED : 6/12/2019

School may be out, but for 17 college students, the work doesn't stop! The City of Palm Coast has welcomed 17 interns for the 2019 summer internship program.


POSTED : 6/12/2019

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 activities at www.parksandrec.fun.


POSTED : 6/10/2019

Treat yourself to delicious cuisine and a view of Central Park June 18 at the next Food Truck Tuesday.


POSTED : 6/7/2019

Day or night you have a friend at City Hall. The City of Palm Coast has launched a new, mobile-friendly app that makes it faster and easier than ever to reach the City at any time of the day or night, and from virtually anywhere.


POSTED : 6/7/2019

This week at the City of Palm Coast, there is 1 bid open.


POSTED : 5/23/2019

The first project in the new Innovation District of Town Center held its groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday at 470 Bulldog Drive.


POSTED : 5/16/2019

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.


POSTED : 5/15/2019

There are several new programs for children in June and July that are either free or a small daily fee for court time.


POSTED : 5/15/2019

Interested in playing ball? Come out and show your skills in the Adult Basketball League! 


POSTED : 5/14/2019

Palm Coasts Parks & Recreation will offer its first-ever mermaid class for children ages 6-11. 


POSTED : 5/13/2019

The City of Palm Coast won first place in the 8th Annual Wyland National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation for cities its size - with 8,022 Palm Coast residents pledging to cut water use by 33 million gallons over the next year! Winners were announced Monday by the Wyland Foundation.


POSTED : 5/2/2019

Since the Teen Flashlight Egg Hunt was canceled last month due to inclement weather, there will be an Ultimate Battle Zone Sports Nerf Game and the Game Time Game Truck will be present at The Chill Zone that evening. 


POSTED : 4/8/2019

Matthew Morton started a new chapter in his career Monday when he became the City of Palm Coast's new City Manager. He spent his first day mostly in meetings, learning about issues and services and getting to know staff from every department.


POSTED : 3/7/2019

It's almost time to change your clocks - to "spring forward" an hour to Daylight Saving Time. 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.


POSTED : 1/31/2019

The City of Palm Coast's stormwater drainage system was built by ITT in the 1970s and '80s, when the population was one tenth of its current size. Now, after years of growth, an aging infrastructure and two hurricanes that put a spotlight on drainage issues, the City is embarking on an enhanced, comprehensive stormwater management plan to improve drainage system-wide.


Cindi Lane
Communications and Marketing Manager
City Manager's Office
Phone : (386) 986-3708
Office : City Hall
160 Lake Avenue
Palm Coast, FL 32164
Jason Giraulo
Digital Communications Coordinator
City Manager's Office
Phone : (386) 986-2484
Office : City Hall
160 Lake Avenue
Palm Coast, FL 32164