Palm Coast - The City of Palm Coast is continuing to monitor Hurricane Isaias and preparing for any possible impacts it may bring to the area.
As a reminder, now is the time for residents to be prepared. Visit the city emergency page on Palm Coast Connect at palmcoastconnect.com for information on emergency management resources such as supply kit necessities, evacuation zones, pep tank information and more, just click on the storm updates section for helpful links.
Citizens can submit concerns such as downed trees, localized flooding or pep tank alarm requests by creating a case. Customer service representatives will reach out to city staff to help resolve issues presented by the storm. Palm Coast Connect can be accessed on desktop and the free app is available in both the Apple and Google Play App Stores. Palm Coast Connect is not a substitute for 9-1-1.
Customer Service will staff the call center for residents on Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. and continue answering calls through the night, as normal business hours resume at 8 a.m. Monday. The number to call is 386-986-2360.
Also, residents can pick up sandbags (limit of 10) on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Public Works Department located at 1 Wellfield Grade, Palm Coast, FL 32137. Please bring a shovel to fill the bags. A staff member will be on site to help residents who need it.
As there is the potential for debris, Monday garbage pick ups have been cancelled for the safety of Waste Pro workers. If your neighborhood is regularly scheduled for a Monday pick up, your next pick up will be Thursday. The rest of the week will operate under a normal pick up schedule.
Stormwater crews are monitoring city water control structures and want to remind residents to keep their swales clear.
Stay connected with the city of Palm Coast on social media using @palmcoastgov and check Flagler County @FlaglerEOC.