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2021 State of the City36:18 | Uploaded 4/28/2021
POSTED : 1/14/2022

Topics include City events safety update from the FCSO, employee recognitions, and Utility work orders.

POSTED : 1/11/2022

The City of Palm Coast is closed in recognition of Martin Luther King Day on January 17, 2022.

POSTED : 1/10/2022

The City of Palm Coast is pleased to announce that Flagler Health+ has purchased property in the city with plans to develop a full health complex, including an inpatient hospital.

POSTED : 1/10/2022

The City of Palm Coast will make repairs to the Rymfire Drive Parkway pedestrian bridge due to deterioration.

POSTED : 1/7/2022

Topics include a COVID-19 Update, 2022 Independence Day Fireworks discussion, and an update on Slow Way.

POSTED : 1/7/2022

City of Palm Coast residents are invited to have their voice heard on what they would like the future of Palm Coast to look like by taking the 2022 National Citizen Survey from January 7 through January 21.

POSTED : 1/5/2022

There was a sewer line failure on Laramie Drive east of Lake Success Drive in Palm Coast causing a wastewater spill. 

POSTED : 12/30/2021

Topics include Certificate of Appreciation, Seminole Palms CDD, Palm Coast 145 CDD, Marineland Acres, and more.

POSTED : 12/29/2021

The 2022 Mayor’s 30/30 Fitness Challenge begins on January 3, 2022. Are you ready?

POSTED : 12/22/2021

Save the date for the 4th Annual Heroes & Helpers Holiday Celebration on Saturday, December 17, 2022.

POSTED : 12/22/2021

Trash and recycling will be picked up according to the normal pick-up schedule.  

POSTED : 12/21/2021

Winners received lawn signs that mark their houses as ‘Major Award Winners.’ 

POSTED : 12/17/2021

The City is closed on December 23-24 and December 31 for the holidays.

POSTED : 12/16/2021

The City of Palm Coast was recently honored with the "Best Tasting Water" award for the third consecutive year.

POSTED : 12/14/2021

Palm Coast Marks MetroNet’s Launch Pad for Upcoming Florida Growth

POSTED : 12/13/2021

Mark your calendars now for the Palm Coast holiday tradition that preserves the environment and beautifies our city – the annual Christmas Tree Recycling Event on Saturday, Jan. 8.

POSTED : 12/10/2021

Topics include Community Development Districts, Marineland Acres, Utility Infrastructure Improvements, and City Manager Search Firm Proposals.

POSTED : 12/9/2021

The holiday season is here once again and the City of Palm Coast reminds residents to "Be Local Buy Local" in support of local retailers and restaurants.

POSTED : 12/8/2021

Mark your calendars! This Saturday, December 11, is the Starlight Festival in Central Park in Town Center from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

POSTED : 12/8/2021

The following is a recap of the Palm Coast City Council business meeting that took place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

POSTED : 12/7/2021

Palm Coast Fire Driver Engineer Jeffrey Nunziato been awarded the 2021 Fire Service Medal & Certificate by the Flagler Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution.

POSTED : 12/6/2021

With the beginning of a new year just on the horizon, the City of Palm Coast is inviting residents to participate in the 2022 Mayor’s 30/30 Fitness Challenge.

POSTED : 12/2/2021

The Citation Parkway Improvement Project will cause a road closure with detour beginning beginning on Monday, December 6th through Friday, December 10th, 2021

POSTED : 12/1/2021

The holiday season is underway and the Palm Coast Fire Department is asking everyone to help keep the wreaths green at the City's fire stations by preventing fires.

POSTED : 11/30/2021

FDOT will be working on Matanzas Woods Parkway between the two I-95 ramps on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, causing one lane closure.

POSTED : 11/30/2021

At this time, all proposals originally submitted have been rejected, as allowed in the procurement provisions. 

POSTED : 11/24/2021

Palm Coast’s Public Works Department was awarded the APWA 2020 Public Works Project of the Year Award in recognition of the Indian Trails Sports Complex Baseball Fields.

POSTED : 11/23/2021

After a year in which the popular event was held virtually in light of COVID-19 in 2020, the Feet to Feast 5K returns to it's regular in-person format this year, with runners taking their marks at Daytona State College on Thanksgiving morning.

POSTED : 11/23/2021

The City is closed for Thanksgiving 11/25 and 11/26 and Christmas 12/23 and 12/24.

POSTED : 11/23/2021

Waste Pro is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25. 

POSTED : 11/22/2021

As part of the City of Palm Coast’s drive to engage with residents and provide pertinent fire safety information, a video was created to help inform the residents of ways to stay safe in the kitchen this holiday season. 

POSTED : 11/19/2021

There will be no Council Meeting held on December 21, 2021.

POSTED : 11/18/2021

Palm Coast's GIS team joined Flagler County for some GIS fun at Betty Steflik Park on Wednesday demonstrating and discussing with our community how GIS is integrated into so much of local government work now.

POSTED : 11/18/2021

The City of Palm Coast is partnering with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) to raise awareness for the Vacation Watch program with a new Public Service Announcement (PSA)

POSTED : 11/17/2021

The Knights of Columbus Corpus Christi Assembly 2810 and Santa Maria Del Mar Catholic Church recognized Palm Coast Fire Chief Jerry Forte with the Tony Gasparino “Lest We Forget Award.”

POSTED : 11/16/2021

The Palm Coast City Council will hold a special business meeting to discuss the search for a new City Manager. 

POSTED : 11/16/2021

Celebrate the holiday season with your friends and neighbors at the City of Palm Coast’s Starlight Festival in Central Park. 

POSTED : 11/12/2021

Topics include Holiday Festivities, Revising City Council Districts, and Vice Mayor Appointment

POSTED : 11/10/2021

Robert Nelson, a class A DW licensed operator for the City of Palm Coast, was recently honored with the Outstanding Water Treatment Plan Operator award by the American Water Works Association's Florida Section.

POSTED : 11/8/2021

The holiday season is here once again and the City of Palm Coast is reminding residents to shop local in support of the ‘Be Local Buy Local’ initiative. 

POSTED : 11/5/2021

Six teams of high school students pitched their ideas to judges 

POSTED : 11/5/2021

Topics include District Commissioning Report, CDBG Performance and Evaluation, and Water Access at Waterfront Park.

POSTED : 11/5/2021

As we set our clocks back, the Palm Coast Fire Department recommends changing the batteries in your smoke detectors. 

POSTED : 11/3/2021

Jacksonville University's Palm Coast campus is now in its inaugural semester.

POSTED : 11/3/2021

Flagler County residents are invited to gather with the Board of County Commissioners to honor the men and women who bravely serve in the country’s military at the Veteran’s Day Ceremony at 10 a.m. Thursday, November 11.

POSTED : 11/1/2021

As part of the City of Palm Coast’s drive to engage with residents on the City’s Stormwater system, a new video series will walk viewers through the many areas of the Stormwater system.

POSTED : 10/30/2021

Topics include World Diabetes Day, Veteran Appreciation Month, Grand Landings North, and Fleet Management Software.

POSTED : 10/29/2021

This year marks the 20th year of the highly anticipated annual ‘Hall of Terror’ event and the Palm Coast Fire Department (PCFD) is ready to bring on the frights!

POSTED : 10/28/2021

The City of Palm Coast unveiled a new Emergency Trail System designed to help keep residents and visitors safe while traveling on our trails ahead of Mobility Week.

POSTED : 10/25/2021

Construction on the pedestrian bridge located on Belle Terre Parkway just south of Buddy Taylor Middle School is nearing completion.

POSTED : 10/20/2021

The City of Palm Coast has maintained its Class 4 Community Rating System (CRS) under the National Flood Insurance Program for another year.

POSTED : 10/19/2021

Thirteen Palm Coast residents graduated from the 50th session of the Palm Coast Citizens Academy on Tuesday, October 19th, at the City Council meeting.

POSTED : 10/15/2021

Topics include Citizens Academy Graduation, Mobility Week, Arteriovenous Malformation Awareness Month, Employee Recognitions, and Land Use and Rezoning Ordinances.

POSTED : 10/14/2021

Homeowners whose remodeling jobs have been derailed by unscrupulous contractors have an advocate at Palm Coast City Hall.  

POSTED : 10/13/2021

The City of Palm Coast will be working on Palm Coast Parkway eastbound on the I-95 overpass on Thursday, October 14 causing a closure to one lane from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  

POSTED : 10/12/2021

The Old Kings Road Widening Project will cause lane closures with possible detours beginning on Wednesday, October 12th through October 22nd between 9:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m.

POSTED : 10/8/2021

Topics include Litter Control Program, Seminole Palms Impact Fee Repayment, Citation Blvd Extension and Land Exchange Agreement, and Whiteview Parkway Improvement Project.

POSTED : 10/8/2021

The Old Kings Road Widening Project will cause a lane closure with detour on Sunday, October 10th from 9:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m. on Monday, October 11th.

POSTED : 10/6/2021

The Flagler-Palm Coast Kiwanis Club has named Palm Coast Driver Engineer Joseph Fajardo its 2021 Firefighter of the Year.

POSTED : 10/1/2021

Topics include Customer Service Appreciation, Floodplain Management, and the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Interlocal Agreement.

POSTED : 10/1/2021

The work began on Monday, September 27th and the road was re-paved and re-opened on Friday, October 1st.

POSTED : 9/24/2021

Florida State Representative Paul Renner invited the Palm Coast Fire Department Honor Guard to present the Nations Colors on the House Floor at the Speaker Designee Ceremony in Tallahassee on Tuesday.

POSTED : 9/22/2021

A portion of Royal Palms Parkway from Belle Terre Parkway to Rickenbacker Drive remains closed after a contractor reported that a storm water pipe collapsed while he was preforming maintenance on September 16th.

POSTED : 9/21/2021

The Northeast’s largest restoration supply company, Ground Up Inc., has announced they are relocating their operations from Connecticut to Palm Coast. 

POSTED : 9/21/2021

UPDATE: Emergency Road Closure on Portion of Royal Palms Parkway

POSTED : 9/18/2021

The repairs will begin on Monday, September 20 and the completion is expected within 60 days.

POSTED : 9/17/2021

Topics include Commercial Vehicle Ordinance, Floodplain Management, and Rezoning Properties.

POSTED : 9/16/2021

A portion of Royal Palms Parkway from Belle Terre Parkway to Rickenbacker Drive will be closed as of September 16th at 2 p.m.

POSTED : 9/15/2021

The City of Palm Coast received fifth place in the Overall City Government Experience award.

POSTED : 9/14/2021

The City of Palm Coast will be holding its 16th Annual Arbor Day event on September 18th from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Central Park in Town Center, 975 Central Ave. Admission is free! Refreshments and products from vendors will be available for purchase.

POSTED : 9/10/2021

Topics include Commercial Vehicle Ordinance, City Manager Search, and Cultural Arts Grants.

POSTED : 9/9/2021

The community is invited to attend the September 11th Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday, September 11, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. at Heroes Memorial Park 

POSTED : 9/8/2021

On Saturday, September 4th, the City of Palm Coast hosted its 14th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup event.

POSTED : 9/7/2021

Beginning September 13, the hours of operation for the splash pad will change. 

POSTED : 9/3/2021

Topics include General Fund Budget Discussion, Good Samaritan Presentation, Annual Photo Contest Winners, Secret Gardens and Seminole Pointe Rezonings, and an Appointment to the Flagler County Housing Task Force.

POSTED : 9/1/2021

The City of Palm Coast has received GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its Fiscal Year 2021 budget.

POSTED : 8/30/2021

Elite athletes, fierce yet friendly competition, and years of dedicated training – we’re not talking about the Olympics, but something a little closer to home! 

POSTED : 8/27/2021

To improve sewer service to citizens, the City of Palm Coast will be smoke testing the sanitary sewer lines for homes in the Bellaire Drive and Beachway Drive loops and the Boulder Rock Drive loop. 

POSTED : 8/25/2021

These last two years have revealed even more the essential nature of local, state, and national parks and recreation facilities. 

POSTED : 8/25/2021

The City of Palm Coast Utility Department was selected to receive the 2020 Drinking Water Plant Operations Excellence Award from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

POSTED : 8/23/2021

FDOT will be working on Matanzas Woods Parkway between the two I-95 ramps on Thursday, August 26 causing lane closures.

POSTED : 8/23/2021

The completion of this upgrade of the line will occur on August 31, 2021 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weather permitting.

POSTED : 8/20/2021

Flagler Schools and the City of Palm Coast join to form an after-school teen program at the Palm Coast Community Center

POSTED : 8/20/2021

Topics include Appointing Five Members to the Districting Commission, Final Proposed Budget Presentation, and a Resolution for the 2022 Fleet Replacement Program.

POSTED : 8/19/2021

The overwhelming majority of those surveyed agreed that the nominal fee increase was worthwhile for the quality parks and facilities.

POSTED : 8/17/2021

Palm Coast – Registration is currently open to participate in the 14th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup on Saturday, September 4 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event attracts volunteers with a passion for protecting and enjoying nature by removing the trash within their developments or along city paths, walkways, and waterways.

POSTED : 8/13/2021

A road closure at the intersection of Parkview Drive and Pepperdine Drive is scheduled due to a pump station rehabilitation project.

POSTED : 8/13/2021

Topics include the Pavement Condition Survey, Phase 2 of the Wastewater Treatment Plant, and City Council Mayoral Liaison Appointments.

POSTED : 8/12/2021

Serving on a voluntary citizen Board or Committee is an excellent opportunity to pursue interests in local governmental activities.

POSTED : 8/12/2021

Nightly lane closures on Sunday, August 15 and Monday, August 16 from 9:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m.

POSTED : 8/9/2021

Customers of the City of Palm Coast Building, Permitting, Zoning and Construction departments and divisions are reporting unprecedented outstanding experiences with City services.

POSTED : 8/6/2021

Topics include the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, the proposed 2022 budget for all remaining funds, and a presentation on bicycle and pedestrian safety facilities.

POSTED : 8/5/2021

Three road closures are scheduled for pipe replacements in Palm Coast.

POSTED : 8/4/2021

Newly elected City of Palm Coast Mayor David Alfin was sworn in on Tuesday, August 3.

POSTED : 7/30/2021

Topics include certification of special election results, Mayor Alfin’s Oath of Office, and setting the Maximum Millage (TRIM) Rate

POSTED : 7/30/2021

Aug. 3 from 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the cross streets of Katrina Court and Katrina Place. Aug. 5 from 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the cross streets of Kashgar Court and Kasper Path.

POSTED : 7/30/2021

Wednesday, August 4 at 6 p.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Parkway

POSTED : 7/29/2021

Employees from both the City of Palm Coast and Flagler Beach developed a new Water Treatment and Plant Operation Training Course to offer educational classes to those interested in the career field. The purpose of the course is to develop newly qualified water treatment plant operators. The program is entirely run by volunteers.

POSTED : 7/26/2021

During construction, the crew came across an issue with a stormwater structure and a water main that required redesign. 

POSTED : 7/23/2021

Keep Palm Coast Clean and Love Where You Live by helping to pick up litter in your City.

POSTED : 5/7/2021

Building a strong brand is critical to a business' success. But it is not an easy thing to do, especially as you are launching. Here is why building a strong brand matters and how you can get started.

POSTED : 4/12/2021

The University of North Florida (UNF), the City of Palm Coast and other MedNexus partners today announced new developments and initiatives for UNF MedNexus in Palm Coast including the expansion of educational and developmental programs and scholarship funding to produce high-quality, trained nurses and medical professionals.

POSTED : 4/2/2021

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.

POSTED : 3/17/2021

The Palm Coast Community Center has been awarded LEED certification at the silver level for the design and construction of the facility.

POSTED : 3/9/2021

Results were presented to the City Council, Tuesday March 9 and can be viewed at www.palmcoastgov.com/about/citizen-survey.

POSTED : 3/5/2021

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.

POSTED : 2/4/2021

Read more from SCORE Certified Mentor Tom Hellman

POSTED : 1/7/2021

For today's entrepreneurs and small business owners, the last year was like no other they have ever experienced.

POSTED : 12/3/2020

Embracing the help of a SCORE business mentor offers many advantages to entrepreneurs.

POSTED : 10/30/2020

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. 

Brittany N. Kershaw
Director of Public Information & Engagement
City Manager's Office
Phone : (386) 986-2564
Brad West
Senior Communications Officer
City Manger's Office
Phone : (386) 986-2484
Angelene Davis
Content Creation Associate
City Manager's Office
Phone : (386)986-3701