From Feb. 3 through Feb. 23, 2021, the City will disinfect the water with free chlorine rather than combined chlorine/ammonia (chloramines). This change will also affect residents and customers of Marineland and Flagler County Utilities who reside in Painters Hill and Beverly Beach.
On behalf of the City of Palm Coast, I am proud to welcome Brunswick and Boston Whaler to our community. As a leader and legend in the boating industry, we are honored to be partnering with Boston Whaler as the home for their new manufacturing facility.
When City employees were mandated to stay home to stay safe, the Information Technology Department had just days to implement secure and reliable work-from-home solutions. And they did so in 2020 in a smooth and swift manner.
Read more for a list of road closures for the week of Jan. 24-30.
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.
All City of Palm Coast offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 18, to commemorate the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday.
Public Works Facilities Supervisor Fred Vitagliano is retiring after serving the citizens of the City of Palm Coast for nearly 16 years.
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.
The Parks & Rec team along with Mayor Milissa Holland are hosting events each month to allow for an interactive, yet socially distanced fun activity.
For today's entrepreneurs and small business owners, the last year was like no other they have ever experienced.
These 74 dedicated men and women are responsible for the maintenance of infrastructure and landscaping to be enjoyed by current and future residents. And they have much to be proud of for accomplishments in 2020.
Expanding healthcare education and training locally, in turn, expands healthcare to patients and local residents. It's a cycle that will lead to benefits for Palm Coast, Flagler County and throughout the region.
Despite a global pandemic, it's been a productive year for capital projects in the City of Palm Coast. This success is due to the City's Stormwater and Engineering Department that manages all capital projects from start to finish.
City of Palm Coast residents are invited to give input to help shape the future of Palm Coast by taking the 2020-2021 Citizen Survey from Friday, Jan. 1, through Sunday, Jan. 31.
The Community Development team worked with local businesses to navigate COVID-19 changes in addition the normal operations that take place daily, and also welcomed the announcements of two educational institutions to Palm Coast's Town Center.
There will be a road closure in the Pine Lakes area at Westhampton Drive and Westbury Lane from Jan. 11 through Feb. 11 while crews perform sanitary sewer work as part of the Pine Lakes Force Main project.
The City of Palm Coast's Parks and Recreation Department will host three public meetings in January to gather input on the Regional Racquet Center proposal at the site of the Palm Coast Tennis Center.
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.
Read more about the accomplishments of Parks & Recreation during 2020 and what the team is looking forward to in 2021.
The City of Palm Coast is pleased to announce it has won the Regional Award for Excellence in Resilience for the Floodplain and Stormwater Management Program from the Northeast Florida Regional Council.
Improvements to Citation Parkway have begun and a new traffic pattern will be established starting Dec. 28.
Winners have been selected in Palm Coast Parks & Recreation's first-ever 'Holiday Light Fight' outdoor decorating contest.
New year, new you! 2020 is in the rear view and this is your chance to make 2021 start off on the right foot. And what better way than by joining the Mayor's 90/90 Challenge!
See a list of all January activities, including the winter/spring schedule...
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada announced Monday, Dec. 14 it has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the City of Palm Coast for its comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year that ended September 30, 2019.
Holland Park will partially reopen Friday, Dec. 18.
Partnership brings state-of-the-art educational resources to Flagler County to address projected growth in population and demand for healthcare services
In order to allow as much opportunity as possible for participation we have taken the following measures.
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.
The winning application, StressLess was created by a team of Orlando and Gainesville-area competitors.