The Palm Coast City Council meets regularly to discuss and vote on official City business. These meetings are open to the public and Palm Coast residents are strongly encouraged to attend. An increase in public engagement helps to build a stronger sense of community, increases valuable discussions, and decreases division.

A business meeting will take place beginning at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Details of the items on the agenda are listed below.

  • The Palm Coast City Council will present a Certificate of Appreciation for a Good Samaritan, Mr. Richard Bradley, who rendered aid to a bicyclist following a hit-and-run crash on December 1, 2021. Mr. Bradley stayed with the injured cyclist until emergency medical services arrived on scene.
  • The Planning Division will present an ordinance establishing the Seminole Palms Community Development District. On November 2, 2021, the Palm Coast City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2021-27 that created the Seminole Palms Master Planned Development (MPD) on 239.63 +/- acres for a residential community. Seminole Palms is located on the west side of Seminole Woods Boulevard, south of the Flagler County Executive Airport and north of the Grand Landings community. In early November 2021, the applicant submitted a petition to establish the Seminole Palms Community Development District (CDD) which is primarily a mechanism for funding the significant costs of providing infrastructure for a large residential community. In this case, the applicant estimates there would be 529 homes in Seminole Palms. This item was heard by City Council at their December 14, 2021 Special Business Meeting. There were no changes suggested to this item.
  • The Planning Division will present an ordinance establishing the Palm Coast 145 Community Development District. On July 6, 2021, the Palm Coast City Council adopted Ordinance No. 2021-13 that rezoned the subject 145.5 +/- acres for the Palm Coast 145 single-family community. Palm Coast 145 is located on the northeast side of US Highway 1, south of Belle Terre Blvd. and west of Karas Trail. In early November 2021, the applicant submitted a petition to establish the Palm Coast 145 Community Development District (CDD), which is primarily a mechanism for funding the significant costs of providing infrastructure for a large residential community. In this case, the applicant estimates there would be 334 homes in Palm Coast 145. This item was heard by City Council at their December 14, 2021 Special Business Meeting. There were no changes suggested to this item.
  • The Planning Division will present an ordinance amending the future land use map designation for 141.5 acres of property from residential to low-density and conservation to residential and conservation with site specific policy to limit development to 217 units. In August of 2021, the property known as Grand Reserve East was annexed into the City of Palm Coast. The subject property is approximately 141.5 +/- acre site located .6 miles north of State Road 100 on the eastside of Roberts Road. Consistent with state law, this application proposes to designate the subject property with an appropriate City designation on the Future Land Use Map and Zoning Map. The applicant is proposing a Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendment to amend the designation of the subject property from Flagler County Designations of Residential Low Density and Conservation to City of Palm Coast designations of Residential (120+/- acres) and Conservation (21+/- acres), along with a site specific policy to limit development to 217 dwelling units. In addition to the FLUM amendment, there is a companion zoning map amendment that will change the zoning designation of the property from Flagler County Planned Unit Development (PUD) to City designation of Single-family Residential-1 (SFR-1) and Preservation (PRS). This item was heard by City Council at their November 16, 2021 Meeting. There were no changes suggested to this item.
  • The Planning Division will present an ordinance amending the zoning map designation for 141.5 acres from Flagler County designation of planned unit development to city designation of single-family residential and preservation for the area known as Grand Reserve East. This is related to the item above.
  • The Planning Division will present an ordinance for voluntary annexation of a 30-acre parcel at the terminus of Whiteview Parkway on the west side of US-1. The annexation of the subject property is being accomplished in accordance with Florida Statutes, Chapter 171. The proposed annexation meets the criteria set forth in Subsection 171.043, Florida Statutes regarding the character of the area to be annexed. Additionally, the subject parcel is within the City of Palm Coast Utility Service Area. This item was heard by City Council at their December 7, 2021 Business Meeting. There were no changes suggested to this item.
  • The Planning Division will present an ordinance approving the secure space rezoning. OKR Investors, LLC wants to rezone the two parcels in order to develop a self-storage facility that would include covered RV and boat storage spaces. Since the COM-2 Zoning District does not allow self-storage facilities as a permitted use OKR Investors, LLC has also applied for a companion petition requesting the PLDRB approve a Special Exception allowing self-storage facilities.
  • The Planning Division will present a resolution approving the Red Mill Pointe multi-family master site plan – tier 3 application. Brite Homes as property owner and developer has submitted an application for a Master Site Plan for Red Mill Pointe, a proposed 216-unit multi-family community located on the east side of Red Mill Drive and about 1/3 mile east of US Highway 1 and about 1/3 mile west of Rymfire Drive.
  • The Utility Department will present a resolution approving an Interlocal agreement with Flagler County in the amount not-to-exceed $1,030,377 regarding Marineland Acres drainage and roadway improvement project. Flagler County is in the process of constructing road and storm water improvements, as well as including the City’s potable water main relocations, in the unincorporated area known as “Marineland Acres.” This area is located on the beachside and is served by the City of Palm Coast Utilities. These Storm Water and Roadway improvements have necessitated the relocation of the existing water main system in that area.
  • The Utility Department will present a resolution approving an Interlocal agreement with Flagler County regarding utility infrastructure improvements. Flagler County has identified two areas of the barrier island community that the County would like to work with the City of Palm Coast and it’s Utility to make utility capital improvements to better provide services not presently available to property owners in the area. These projects consist of certain necessary improvements to the City’s water and wastewater utility systems in order to provide an adequate minimum level of service to areas of the barrier island, which are presently not served by centralized water and wastewater facilities. This item was heard by City Council at their December 14, 2021 Workshop. There were no changes suggested to this item
  • The Finance Department will present a resolution approving a budget amendment for fiscal year 2021-2022 relating to the American Rescue Plan Act. The Utility Capital expenditures budget for Fiscal Year 2022 needs to be increased by $630,891 to accommodate the design for the A1A Forcemain at Hammock Community Center and the Willow Oaks Watermain and Dry Line Sewer. The construction of the project will be in Fiscal Year 2023

The following items will be presented as consent items for approval:

  1. Resolution approving a work order with Connect Consulting for the replacement of Well SW-114.
  2. Resolution approving a work order with Connect Consulting for the evaluation, rehab and repair of Wells SW-33 and SW-36.
  3. Resolution approving a master price agreement with Argos USA LLC for concrete 4000 PSI with fiber mesh.
  4. Resolution approving a contract with the Florida Department of Corrections for one inmate labor work crew to assist the Public Works Department.
  5. Resolution approving a contract with the Tri-County Bobcat Service Inc for Code Enforcement mowing and general cleanup services.

*Face coverings will be provided for those who wish to wear one. Chairs will be social distanced.

Public Comments will be opened at the beginning and end of the business meeting in accordance with Section 286.0114 Florida Statutes and pursuant to the City Council’s Meeting Policies and Procedures. Each speaker will approach the podium, provide his/her name and may speak for up to 3 minutes.

Meetings of the Palm Coast City Council typically occur three times per month. A 6 p.m. business meeting on the first Tuesday of the month, a 9 a.m. workshop meeting on the second Tuesday of the month, and a 9 a.m. business meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. All meetings take place in the Community Wing at City Hall at 160 Lake Avenue in Palm Coast.

Business meetings and workshops are open to the public. Business meetings are streamed live on the City’s YouTube channelWorkshops are live streamed by audio only at on the City's website.

Meeting agendas for all public meetings are posted in advance of each meeting on the City’s websiteAll agendas can be viewed here.

If you wish to obtain more information regarding the City Council’s agenda, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 386-986-3713. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk at 386-986-3713, at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

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