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POSTED : 1/24/2020

The City of Palm Coast Utility Department will be holding a Standards Committee meeting to discuss items for potential change to the utility standards manual.


POSTED : 1/23/2020

Palm Coast is showcasing a world-class professional men's tennis tournament.


POSTED : 1/23/2020

In order to maintain the reliability of the water distribution system serving our customers, the City of Palm Coast Utility Department will temporarily change the disinfection process for the Palm Coast potable (drinking water) water supply.


POSTED : 1/22/2020

The large dog park at James F. Memorial Holland Park will be closed for the entire day on Monday, Jan. 27 for fence repairs.


POSTED : 1/21/2020

The City of Palm Coast will be holding a public meeting for the community to provide feedback on the Parks Master Plan and long-range funding measures.


POSTED : 1/21/2020

The Palm Coast City Council approved amendments to the Palm Coast Park MPD and a Wastewater Treatment Facility expansion. 


POSTED : 1/21/2020

The Mayor's 90/90 Challenge officially started Jan. 6 and runs through April 4. Complete 90 miles in 90 days and receive an award and recognition at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 7!


POSTED : 1/19/2020

The winning application, StressLess was created by a team of Orlando and Gainesville-area competitors. 


POSTED : 1/18/2020

The inaugural event looks to solve healthcare solutions using cutting edge technology. 


POSTED : 1/15/2020

The city has plans to expand Wastewater Treatment Facility 2 to support more capacity. 


POSTED : 1/14/2020

Come check out the latest Spotlight Palm Coast!


POSTED : 1/14/2020

Enthusiastic. Innovative. Inspirational. Empathetic. Driven. Appreciative. Honest. Motivational. A go-getter.


POSTED : 12/19/2019

City Offices will be Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, the day after Christmas and New Year's Day.


POSTED : 12/19/2019

Planning your New Year's resolution and looking for some fitness-related activities? The Mayor's 90/90 Challenge officially starts on Jan. 6 and runs through April 4.


POSTED : 12/16/2019

The annual event went off without a hitch, even with record numbers. 


POSTED : 12/13/2019

The permanent fence that is going around the retention pond in the large dog park at Holland Park will get delivered on Wednesday, Dec. 18 with installation to begin shortly after.


POSTED : 12/12/2019

To improve traffic flow into and out of this Saturday's Starlight Parade, the City of Palm Coast is planning several strategies related to traffic flow, temporary road closures and parking.


POSTED : 12/5/2019

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.


POSTED : 12/4/2019

The enhancements will improve the Stormwater system and improve the look of the community. 


POSTED : 12/4/2019

City Crews will be replacing a pipes under Belle Terre Blvd between Magnolia Trace Blvd and Citation Blvd. 


POSTED : 12/2/2019

Your City is inviting you to make your voice heard and participate in this year's National Citizen Survey. 


POSTED : 11/26/2019

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). 


POSTED : 11/26/2019

The city of Palm Coast is seeking applications from its citizens to serve as a member on the Planning and Land Development Regulation Board. 


POSTED : 11/26/2019

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.


POSTED : 11/22/2019

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.


POSTED : 11/21/2019

This event is a Thanksgiving Day tradition, taking runners and walkers along some of Palm Coast's most beautiful trails and walkways. 


POSTED : 11/20/2019

Palm Coast City Council members unanimously selected Vice Mayor Nick Klufas on Tuesday to serve a second term as vice mayor for another year. 


POSTED : 11/20/2019

Please note many activities take a break for the holidays, ending mid-December and resuming after New Year's.


POSTED : 11/19/2019

The Palm Coast City Council proclaimed Dec. 7 as the Palm Coast Holiday Boat Parade Day.


POSTED : 11/19/2019

In Palm Coast, the fire department is being proactive in taking steps to raise awareness to the effects of PTSD by participating in its first department-wide mental health training.


POSTED : 11/18/2019

The City of Palm Coast's Financial Services Department just received an award for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association. 


POSTED : 11/15/2019

Garbage and recycling schedules have been announced for the holidays. 


POSTED : 11/13/2019

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.


POSTED : 11/12/2019

The Palm Coast Fire Department wants to remind you that after a storm, take down your hurricane shutters


POSTED : 11/12/2019

In order to maintain the reliability of the water distribution system serving our customers, the City of Palm Coast Utility Department will temporarily change the disinfection process for the Palm Coast potable (drinking water) water supply. 


POSTED : 11/8/2019

The Palm Coast City Council recognized three important community-wide topics at the Tuesday, Nov. 5 business meeting with proclamations.


POSTED : 11/8/2019

All City of Palm Coast offices will be closed Monday, Nov. 11, in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. Recycling and garbage collection will proceed according to the regular schedule.


POSTED : 11/5/2019

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.


POSTED : 11/5/2019

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. 


POSTED : 11/1/2019

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.


POSTED : 10/30/2019

Doug is local guy who grew up in Bunnell with family going back three generations on both sides in Flagler County. 


POSTED : 10/30/2019

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. 


POSTED : 10/24/2019

In a first of its kind event for the city, there will be a FREE barbecue and live music to celebrate those who have served our country. 


POSTED : 10/24/2019

The City of Palm Coast Fire Department is hosting the 18th annual Hall of Terror on Oct. 30-31 from 7-10 p.m. at Fire Station 21, 9 Corporate Drive.


POSTED : 10/24/2019

There are two different lane closures happening along Belle Terre Parkway from Oct. 28-31 for stormwater-related construction.


POSTED : 10/22/2019

The award reflects the commitment of the City and staff to meeting the highest principles of governmental budgeting. 


POSTED : 10/22/2019

As part of Holland Park Phase 2 Improvements, the small dog park will need to be closed on Thursday, Oct. 24 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.


POSTED : 10/22/2019

Public Works crews will be repairing asphalt along a portion of Pine Lakes Parkway that will result in a temporary lane closure on Oct. 23.


POSTED : 10/21/2019

In both of Debbie Streichsbier's two main career roles, there's been an underlying theme: helping people.


POSTED : 10/21/2019

Information provided is courtesy of FDOT.


POSTED : 10/18/2019

The graduating class - the 47th in the program's history - spent five weeks learning about City departments.


POSTED : 10/17/2019

Join the City of Palm Coast, the Palm Coast Arts Foundation and the Palm Coast Historical Society for two events celebrating our history and culture on Oct. 26.


POSTED : 10/16/2019

Palm Coast firefighters visited elementary and charter schools throughout the city of Palm Coast to teach students the importance of "Not every hero wears a cape. Plan and practice your escape!" which is this year's National Fire Prevention Week theme. 


POSTED : 10/15/2019

Enjoy over 21 events and 36 weekly activities, including new golf programs, in November!


POSTED : 10/15/2019

Today, the Palm Coast City Council presented a proclamation to local groups Flagler Cares and Peace by Pieces designating October as Mental Health Awareness Month.


POSTED : 10/15/2019

Today, the Palm Coast City Council presented a proclamation to the Family Life Center, designating this month as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 


POSTED : 10/11/2019

The committee generally meets the fourth Thursday of every month at 5 p.m. at City Hall, Community Wing, 160 Lake Avenue.


POSTED : 10/11/2019

The Flagler-Palm Coast Kiwanis Club has named Palm Coast Driver Engineer Patrick Juliano its 2019 Firefighter of the Year.


POSTED : 10/7/2019

Part of Pine Grove Drive at Whiteview Parkway will be closed from Oct. 9-10.


POSTED : 10/3/2019

The intent of the Code Enforcement Board is to promote, protect and improve the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the City of Palm Coast.


POSTED : 10/3/2019

To improve sewer service to citizens, the City of Palm Coast will be smoke testing the sanitary sewer lines in the 'F' section.


POSTED : 10/2/2019

New faces and some familiar ones are moving about in the city of Palm Coast.


POSTED : 10/2/2019

Part of Pritchard Drive will be closed starting Oct. 7 from 7:30 a.m. until about midday Oct. 11 for utility work at a pump station.   


POSTED : 10/2/2019

Cypress Edge Drive North, just west of the BB&T bank, will be closed starting Oct. 14.


POSTED : 9/27/2019

The event raises money for breast cancer awareness, education and screening. One-hundred percent of the proceeds raised by the Pink Army 5K go toward financially supporting mammograms, breast ultrasounds, stereotactic breast biopsies, education and other specific diagnostic services to aid in the early detection of breast cancer.


POSTED : 9/27/2019

A small section of private road connecting to Forest Grove Drive in the northern area of Palm Coast will be permanently removed.   


POSTED : 9/20/2019

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, including the fall schedule, at www.parksandrec.fun.


POSTED : 9/20/2019

Palm Coast Parks & Recreation is seeking feedback on the Holland Park dog park.


POSTED : 9/19/2019

The Florida Water and Pollution Control Operators Association (FWPCOA) is recognizing the City of Palm Coast's Wastewater Treatment Plant #1 with the FWPCOA Safety Award 2018.


POSTED : 9/17/2019

A vibrantly colored loggerhead turtle sculpture named 'Nadia' was unveiled and dedicated Tuesday, Sept. 17 in front of City Hall among an adoring crowd of supporters and the local artist behind it, JJ Graham.


POSTED : 9/17/2019

Palm Coast Fire Capt. James Neuenfeldt has been awarded the 2019 Fire Service Medal & Certificate by the Flagler Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution for his coordination and leadership of the car seat and ISO programs for the Palm Coast Fire Department. 


POSTED : 9/17/2019

Part of Philmont Lane will be closed from 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. for pipe work.


POSTED : 9/12/2019

Schottey has lived here for almost a decade and already considered himself a huge advocate for the area.


POSTED : 9/12/2019

Kewley began working for the City of Palm Coast on July 1. 


POSTED : 9/10/2019

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for more than a dozen homes on Lemay Place. 


POSTED : 9/10/2019

Twelve years ago her love for kids inspired her to join the City's Parks & Recreation Department as a summer camp counselor. 


POSTED : 9/10/2019

Although the City of Palm Coast will be the beginning of Matthew Mancill's civilian career, the City's new Director of Public Works has the experience, aptitude and leadership skills needed for his new position thanks to a career in the United States Air Force.


POSTED : 9/10/2019

There will be a road closure Thursday for pipe work being completed in the City of Palm Coast.


POSTED : 9/9/2019

Today, Mayor Milissa Holland announced the City of Palm Coast has joined Next Century Cities, a bipartisan, city-to-city initiative dedicated to ensuring the availability of next-generation broadband Internet for all communities.


POSTED : 9/9/2019

The tentative hearing adopting a millage rate and budget on September 4, 2019 at 5:05 pm for the City of Palm Coast is being rescheduled due to Hurricane Dorian. 


POSTED : 9/7/2019

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. 


POSTED : 9/6/2019

City crews have completed the damage assessment and there is no municipal damage to report following Hurricane Dorian. 


POSTED : 9/5/2019

Now that Dorian has passed by Palm Coast, here are a few reminders for homeowners to protect themselves and their money.


POSTED : 9/5/2019

From the moment the storm came on the City of Palm Coast's radar, your City mobilized in many ways. Read about some of our amazing employees...


POSTED : 9/5/2019

The tentative hearing adopting a millage rate and budget on September 4, 2019 at 5:05 pm for the City of Palm Coast was rescheduled due to Hurricane Dorian.


POSTED : 9/4/2019

City offices will reopen Thursday and Friday for normal hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Garbage collection will resume normal pickups on Thursday and Friday with a special yard debris pickup day on Saturday for any storm debris. 


POSTED : 9/3/2019

Most common call center questions answered...


POSTED : 9/3/2019

While we can't control the weather during Hurricane Dorian, there is plenty we can do to keep ourselves and our family's safe during and after the storm.


POSTED : 9/3/2019

All City of Palm Coast offices will be closed Wednesday, Sept. 4 in response to Hurricane Dorian. 


POSTED : 9/3/2019

Starting this morning at 8 a.m., the City of Palm Coast is now operating its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in full activation mode to monitor Hurricane Dorian.


POSTED : 9/2/2019

Due to Hurricane Dorian, trash collection for Palm Coast has been suspended until further notice. Currently, this includes Monday (9/2), Tuesday (9/3) and Wednesday (9/4) but may be extended further as weather and road conditions warrant. We know this is an inconvenience, but we thank you for your patience as we get through this storm together.


POSTED : 9/2/2019

Flagler County will be in charge of evacuations. On Monday, Sept. 2, several zones have been ordered to evacuate as of an order to be issued at noon.


POSTED : 9/1/2019

City of Palm Coast sandbag and sand sites have closed. City crews gave the leftover supplies to Flagler County which has sites open.


POSTED : 8/31/2019

Hurricane Dorian shifted further east Saturday improving - at least temporarily - the outlook for Flagler County. Evacuation plans are postponed until Monday, according to county officials on Saturday in a news release.


POSTED : 8/31/2019

The City of Palm Coast has an updated list of locations for sand and sandbags available for residents for Saturday, Aug. 31. Today is the last day for sand and sandbags in the City.


POSTED : 8/31/2019

All full-time Parks & Recreation staff are FEMA certified and have been assigned primary and secondary tasks before and after the hurricane as needed.


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POSTED : 8/30/2019

Additionally, with tropical storm force winds expected as early as Monday, garbage collection has been suspended for Monday and Tuesday, and possibly longer depending on the storm's impact. We will provide updates on this also in the days ahead.


POSTED : 8/30/2019

Leading up to storm impact, the stormwater department is taking a phased approach to opening the weir gates that control the City's freshwater canal systems.


POSTED : 8/30/2019

While City offices will be closed over the weekend, the City's Customer Service phone line will be open during select hours as we prepare for Hurricane Dorian.


POSTED : 8/29/2019

Mayor Milissa Holland signed a proclamation today at City Hall declaring a local state of emergency for the City of Palm Coast.


POSTED : 8/29/2019

In preparation for Dorian, the City of Palm Coast has an updated list of locations for sand and sandbags available for residents.


POSTED : 8/28/2019

As we prepare for Dorian and any potential impact it may have on our area, there are a few important things to keep in mind in advance of the storm. 


POSTED : 8/28/2019

Palm Coast sand stations are self-serve - residents should bring their own shovels and be prepared to fill the bags.

 


POSTED : 8/27/2019

The closure will last two weeks.


POSTED : 8/27/2019

If you've been by the Indian Trails Sports Complex lately, you'll notice there are some changes happening and coming soon! 


POSTED : 8/26/2019

The City of Palm Coast has completed its 2019 Annual Floodplain Management report, which details the City's efforts to protect citizens and property from flooding disasters that includes, but not limited to the enhanced stormwater management program and stormwater master plan.  


POSTED : 8/22/2019

The City of Palm Coast is seeking applications from its citizens to serve on the Beautification and Environmental Advisory Committee.


POSTED : 8/21/2019

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, including the fall schedule, at www.parksandrec.fun.


POSTED : 8/19/2019

As part of the Holland Park construction process, City staff will be temporarily fencing off the retention pond within the large dog park.


POSTED : 8/16/2019

Volunteers from previous years reflect on the annual event, their unique finds, and mission to serve the community through environmental preservation. 


POSTED : 8/15/2019

The newly promoted firefighters were ceremoniously pinned by their family and friends at a ceremony held at City Hall. 


POSTED : 8/14/2019

On Tuesday, Aug. 13, members of the re-energized Sports Alliance group met at City Hall to connect and update on the new effort.


POSTED : 8/11/2019

The Palm Coast Aquatics Center will be closed for the day on Saturday, Aug. 17.


POSTED : 8/9/2019

The Palm Coast Public Works Department is performing maintenance in the Holland Park large dog park.


POSTED : 8/8/2019

A proclamation was presented at the City Council meeting on Aug. 6 and purple lights illuminated City Hall on Aug. 7. 


POSTED : 8/8/2019

The road will remain open to residents, but delays can be expected.


POSTED : 8/8/2019

Learn about SHIP's housing programs, eligibility criteria, and the application process 


POSTED : 8/8/2019

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.


POSTED : 8/8/2019

We want feedback from the community regarding our approach to building and development related permitting, process, and customer service. Two meetings have been scheduled.


POSTED : 8/7/2019

While the building will remain open* Aug. 12-16, we will not be holding any activities.


POSTED : 8/5/2019

In order to maintain the reliability of the water distribution system serving our customers, the City of Palm Coast Utility Department will temporarily change the disinfection process for the Palm Coast potable (drinking water) water supply. 


POSTED : 8/2/2019

City of Palm Coast Phone System is Down for Maintaince August 2nd 3:00pm - August 3rd 8:00am


POSTED : 8/2/2019

The City of Palm Coast will provide information on its enhanced stormwater management program at a pair of public outreach meetings to be held Aug. 5 from 1-3 p.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy. NE and Aug. 20 from 5-7 p.m. at City Hall, 160 Lake Avenue.


POSTED : 8/1/2019

Additional storm preparations include infrastructure upgrades and utilizing new technology.


POSTED : 7/31/2019

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.


POSTED : 7/30/2019

On Wednesday, July 31, a construction crew will be performing stormwater work for the City of Palm Coast which will close two southbound lanes along Belle Terre Parkway nearing Pine Lakes Parkway. The left turn lane will remain open and drivers will be able to drive straight or turn left.


POSTED : 7/29/2019

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.