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POSTED : 9/25/2020

Gov. Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244 on Friday, Sept. 25, moving all of Florida's 67 counties into Phase 3.


POSTED : 9/24/2020

Palm Coast Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce the phased reopening of the Community Center to the public on Monday, Sept. 28. 


POSTED : 9/22/2020

The City of Palm Coast and Palm Coast Arts Foundation will host the unveiling of Nancy Marie, turtle #10, on the PCAF Turtle Trail, Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 12:30 p.m. at the Palm Harbor Golf Club, 20 Palm Harbor Drive.


POSTED : 9/21/2020

The City of Palm Coast has completed its 2020 Annual Floodplain Management Report, which details the city's strategies, projects and outreach efforts to protect citizens and property from flood disasters.


POSTED : 9/17/2020

A portion of Seminole Woods Boulevard located northeast of Integra Woods Boulevard is closed due to an emergency pipe replacement. 


POSTED : 9/17/2020

A big thank you to all who submitted photos to the city of Palm Coast 2020 Annual Photo Contest.


POSTED : 9/16/2020

Palm Coast's video is themed 'We Lay the Groundwork' which is a phrase all 74 employees of the department live by as they work to beautify and enhance the community. 


POSTED : 9/14/2020

The City of Palm Coast reiterates the announcement from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation regarding emergency order 2020-10 filed Thursday, Sept. 10, rescinding the suspension of on-premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide.


POSTED : 9/14/2020

This smoke testing will be done from Monday through Friday, Sept. 21-25. This test, which involves forcing smoke into the sanitary sewer lines, will check for leaks, breaks and defects in the system.


POSTED : 9/9/2020

In attendance of the Sept. 9 Virtual Town Hall included City Manager Matthew Morton, Parks & Recreation Director Lauren Johnston, Community Recreation Manager Brittany McDermott.


POSTED : 9/4/2020

In observance of Labor Day on Sept. 7, the City of Palm Coast will resume normal business hours on Sept. 8 at 8 a.m. Waste Pro service will proceed according to the regular schedule.


POSTED : 9/2/2020

POSTED : 9/1/2020

The City of Palm Coast is looking to improve traffic flow at intersections throughout the city by changing how the signals operate. 


POSTED : 8/28/2020

Guided by maintaining the highest standards of care and sanitation, the Parks & Recreation Maintenance crews give their very best effort every single day. 


POSTED : 8/26/2020

Please Note: Due to the nature of information being released frequently regarding COVID-19, changes at the local, state and federal level may have occurred since answers were provided.


POSTED : 8/26/2020

The City of Palm Coast will now reopen City Hall, located at 160 Lake Ave., later than previously announced due to COVID-19.


POSTED : 8/25/2020

Palm Coast's building inspections have become virtual for projects within living spaces where someone actually occupies the home...


POSTED : 8/24/2020

There's just a week to go in the National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation, so be sure to take or renew your pledge by Monday, Aug. 31.


POSTED : 8/20/2020

We've all been giving our first responders and essential healthcare workers well- deserved praise for helping us navigate life during the coronavirus pandemic. Yet we must not forget the City of Palm Coast's IT Department - 14 remarkably dedicated workers who've proficiently transitioned our City employees and residents from onsite to online. 


POSTED : 8/19/2020

In attendance of the Aug. 19 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall will be Mayor Milissa Holland, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, AdventHealth Palm Coast COO Wally De Aquino and CEO of AquaVitas Adam Gushari.


POSTED : 8/19/2020

Streetlights are being installed on the side of one of Palm Coast's most well-known thoroughfares - Belle Terre Parkway - from Palm Coast Parkway to State Road 100.


POSTED : 8/17/2020

All 500+ city employees are considered essential. And on top of the many hours worked to manage the ongoing situation with the coronavirus, staff then helped others prepare for a hurricane. 


POSTED : 8/16/2020

This year's camp was the first ever to be organized under the umbrella of a COVID-19 pandemic. Staff had a brief amount of time to pull together CDC-recommended safety plans and redirect City personnel resources while still creating a fun environment for 76 kids.


POSTED : 8/13/2020

Phase II of the renovation is four months away from completion. 


POSTED : 8/12/2020

In attendance of the Aug. 12 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall were Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, FDOH-Flagler Communications Director Gretchen Smith, Advent Health Palm Coast Emergency Physician Dr. Paul Mucciolo, Flagler County Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord and FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel.


POSTED : 8/10/2020

A special feature of our customer service professionals who are compassionate, resourceful and efficient at handling citizen's concerns and inquiries. 


POSTED : 8/7/2020

Registration is now open to participate in the 13th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup. The event draws volunteers to protect and enjoy nature by removing trash within their developments or along city paths, walkways and waterways. 


POSTED : 8/7/2020

To improve sewer service to citizens, the City of Palm Coast will be smoke testing the sanitary sewer lines for the homes on the U Section streets...


POSTED : 8/6/2020

The ICMA (International City/County Management Association) has acknowledged the City of Palm Coast for their focus on collecting and using performance data in the management of local government. City and staff were recently honored with a Certificate of Distinction for exceeding the standards established by the ICMA Center for Performance Measurement in the application of performance data to local government management, including training, verification, public reporting, planning, decision-making, networking and accountability.


POSTED : 8/5/2020

In attendance of the Aug. 5 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall were City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and AdventHealth COO Wally De Aquino.


POSTED : 8/5/2020

On Aug. 4, Palm Coast City Council voted 4-0 to appoint former Mayor Jon Netts to the vacant City Council seat.


POSTED : 8/4/2020

This award is in recognition of outstanding plant operations, maintenance, and exemplary membrane treatment plant performance.


POSTED : 8/1/2020

The City of Palm Coast is continuing to monitor Hurricane Isaias and preparing for any possible impacts it may bring to the area.


POSTED : 8/1/2020

Mayor Milissa Holland signed a proclamation Friday evening, July 31, declaring a local state of emergency for the City of Palm Coast, as Hurricane Isaias poses a threat to Florida. 


POSTED : 7/31/2020

Please go online at www.mywaterpledge.com between Aug. 1 - 31 to take the Water Challenge Pledge! 


POSTED : 7/31/2020

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 : 7/30/2020

The city of Palm Coast is monitoring the track for Tropical Storm Isaias and would like to remind residents about storm readiness and preparations for their family and property.


POSTED : 7/30/2020

The City of Palm Coast will now reopen City Hall, located at 160 Lake Avenue, later than previously announced due to COVID-19.


POSTED : 7/29/2020

The city of Palm Coast is encouraging residents and visitors to embrace the use of masks through a community service campaign called #MaskUpPalmCoast to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


POSTED : 7/29/2020

In attendance of the July 29 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall was Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and AdventHealth Palm Coast COO Wally De Aquino.


POSTED : 7/13/2020

Palm Coast Parks & Recreation invites everyone to Explore, Connect, and Play in Palm Coast in honor of July is Parks and Recreation Month. This month recognizes the vital contributions of Parks & Recreation employees and volunteers. 


POSTED : 7/13/2020

The masks will be available for pick up at Fire Station 25, located at 1250 Belle Terre Parkway, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., while supplies last.


POSTED : 7/8/2020

The Palm Coast City Council approved a resolution during the July 7 City Council business meeting requiring individuals to wear masks in certain settings, including some exceptions, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Council's Resolution is effective July 7. 


POSTED : 6/30/2020

The building will now reopen on Aug. 3 instead of July 6. Dates are subject to change. 


POSTED : 6/26/2020

The City of Palm Coast reiterates the announcement from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation regarding emergency order 2020-09 filed today, June 26, suspending on-premises consumption of alcohol at bars statewide.


POSTED : 6/25/2020

Read this request from community leaders...


POSTED : 6/24/2020

Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-150 on June 23, extending Executive Order 20-69 regarding local government public meetings until 12:01 a.m. on August 1, 2020. 


POSTED : 6/18/2020

The upgrade of this line will occur on June 18 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.


POSTED : 6/17/2020

In attendance of the June 17 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall will be City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and Flagler County Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord.


POSTED : 6/10/2020

In attendance of the June 10 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall were Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and Flagler County Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord.


POSTED : 6/10/2020

The City of Palm Coast, Palm Coast Parks & Recreation and the Palm Coast Arts Foundation are excited to announce that the unveiling of the fourth turtle sculpture, "Vincent," is rescheduled for this month and will incorporate virtual participation to support social distancing.


POSTED : 6/4/2020

Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-139 on June 3, 2020, regarding Phase 2: Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida's Recovery. This order is effective at 12:01 a.m. on June 5, 2020.


POSTED : 6/3/2020

In attendance of the June 3 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall was Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Captain Tommy Ascone, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and Flagler County Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord.


POSTED : 6/2/2020

Mayor Milissa Holland's Message of Unity


POSTED : 6/1/2020

Following the Phase 1 expansion detailed in Governor DeSantis' "Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida's Recovery," the City of Palm Coast is pleased to announce a further, two-part opening of our recreational amenities.


POSTED : 5/29/2020

The Mayor's 90/90 Challenge will resume June 1 after being paused due to COVID-19. It will continue through June 30. This gives participants 30 days to finish the Challenge strong and leap into the second half of the year on the right foot.


POSTED : 5/27/2020

In attendance of the May 27 COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall were City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and Flagler County Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord.


POSTED : 5/23/2020

The City of Palm Coast will host a virtual Memorial Day presentation Monday, May 25 to honor the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our country.


POSTED : 5/21/2020

The City of Palm Coast has made the difficult decision not to open the Palm Coast Aquatics Center for its 2020 season. 

 


POSTED : 5/20/2020

At the May 20 virtual town hall, Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, Flagler County Emergency Manager Jonathan Lord, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, and Diagnostic Solutions Labs CEO Tony Hoffman. This is the largest panel of experts to date!


POSTED : 5/20/2020

The City of Palm Coast is excited to announce Renina Fuller, SHRM-CP, has joined the team Monday, May 18 as the new Human Resources Director.


POSTED : 5/15/2020

Today, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-123, which brings all Florida counties into Full Phase 1: Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida's Recovery effective May 18.


POSTED : 5/15/2020

Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-120, regarding Palm Beach County entering Phase 1 and the reopening of barbershops, hair salons and nail salons. 


POSTED : 5/14/2020

In attendance for the May 13, 2020 Virtual Town Hall were Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, Diagnostic Solutions Labs CEO Tony Hoffman, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder and Dr. Vincent DeGennaro. 


POSTED : 5/8/2020

Following the phased approach detailed in Governor DeSantis' "Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida's Recovery," the City of Palm Coast is pleased to announce further openings of our recreational amenities.


POSTED : 5/6/2020

In attendance of the May 6, 2020 Virtual Town Hall were Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, Fire Chief Jerry Forte, AdventHealth COO Wally De Aquino, President of Diagnostic Solutions Labs Jeff Ingersoll, FDOH-Flagler Medical Director Dr. Stephen Bickel and FDOH-Flagler PIO Gretchen Smith.   


POSTED : 5/4/2020

The yard that takes appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, etc. is now open again following a month long closure due to COVID-19. 

 


POSTED : 5/1/2020

Wednesday, April 29, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-112 regarding Phase 1: Safe. Smart. Step-by-Step. Plan for Florida's Recovery.

A copy of the Executive Order 20-112 is provided.  Answers to frequently asked questions relating to Governor DeSantis' Executive Order 20-112 are also provided.


POSTED : 5/1/2020

With Gov. Ron DeSantis recently declaring restaurants in the State of Florida may begin to reopen, with a strong focus on core safety principles and limited indoor capacity, the City of Palm Coast is announcing "Welcome Back Palm Coast Initiative," designed to support the business community.


POSTED : 5/1/2020

As the second longest-serving employee to have worked for the City in its history, Utility Director Richard Adams retired Friday, May 1, after serving the citizens and the City of Palm Coast for more than four decades.


POSTED : 4/29/2020

At the City of Palm Coast Virtual Town Hall that occurred on April 29, 2020, in attendance were Mayor Milissa Holland, City Manager Matthew Morton, AdventHealth Palm Coast COO Wally De Aquino, FDOH-Flagler Dr. Stephen Bickel, President and CEO of Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory Tony Hoffman, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder, and Fire Chief Jerry Forte.


POSTED : 4/28/2020

Brian and Jacki Unger are used to planning ahead for their community.


POSTED : 4/28/2020

Palm Coast firefighters are adding a new brush truck to their fleet this week that will aid in combating wildfires. This necessary delivery comes as the City's Emergency Operations Center is activated in response to an escalating drought index as wildfire season rapidly approaches. This truck will help enhance the safety and welfare of Palm Coast.


POSTED : 4/25/2020

Two fledgling raptors found in Palm Coast were recently rescued, rehabilitated and returned to nests with the help of a local non-profit and city staff.


POSTED : 4/25/2020

On Friday, April 24, City leaders held a public livestream to present the City's Recovery Planning Chart, which outlined several phases for the road ahead. 


POSTED : 4/22/2020

The City of Palm Coast Virtual Town Hall that occurred on April 22, 2020 included Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland, Palm Coast City Manager Matthew Morton, Palm Coast Fire Chief Jerry Forte, Florida Department of Health-Flagler Dr. Stephen Bickel, and FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder.


POSTED : 4/22/2020

The City of Palm Coast raised $18,380 in the first 48 hours of the Mayor's Feed Palm Coast Initiative and is setting a goal of $30,000. All funds collected will go toward purchasing more food to distribute to the community.


POSTED : 4/19/2020

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POSTED : 4/17/2020

The City of Palm Coast wants to remind residents not to flush cleaning wipes, baby wipes or any other flushable wipe down the toilet.


POSTED : 4/17/2020

Mayor Milissa Holland announced Friday, April 17, that the City of Palm Coast is partnering with its faith-based organizations for an unprecedented, massive campaign to provide thousands of families with food on Saturday, May 2.


POSTED : 4/16/2020

The Cities of Bunnell, Flagler Beach, and Palm Coast are jointly announcing that all of their parks, trails, beaches and facilities will remain closed until further notice.


POSTED : 4/16/2020

Tennis superstar Reilly Opelka, who grew up in Palm Coast, donated 300 masks to grocery store workers throughout the city this week.


POSTED : 4/16/2020

At the third City of Palm Coast Virtual Town Hall, Mayor Milissa Holland announced the launch of the Mayor's Rise Up Palm Coast Initiative aimed at connecting our community in never-before-seen ways through these unprecedented times.


POSTED : 4/16/2020

The City of Palm Coast Virtual town hall that occurred on April 15, 2020 included Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland, Palm Coast City Manager Matthew Morton, AdventHealth Palm Coast Chief Operating Officer (COO) Wally De Aquino, Florida Department of Health-Flagler Dr. Stephen Bickel, FDOH-Flagler Administrator Bob Snyder and President and CEO of Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory Tony Hoffman.


POSTED : 4/13/2020

The third City of Palm Coast Virtual Town Hall, taking place on April 15 at noon, will feature an all-star panel from around the health care community.


POSTED : 4/12/2020

Palm Coast firefighters assisted the Flagler Beach Fire Department in mutual aid with a structure fire at 8:44 p.m. Saturday, April 11. 


POSTED : 4/11/2020

If you encounter Palm Coast firefighters while on an emergency or in public places, please understand that we will be taking precautions to protect you, our fellow residents, and the men and women of the Palm Coast Fire Department. 


POSTED : 4/9/2020

Please Note: Due to the nature of information being released frequently regarding COVID-19, changes at the local, state and federal level may have occurred since answers were provided.


POSTED : 4/6/2020

Effective Friday, April 3, the yard that takes appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, hot water heaters, etc. will be closing for the rest of the month due to COVID-19. They will advise residents as they call in since this is an on-call service.


POSTED : 4/3/2020

Notice is hereby given that the City of Palm Coast will hold a virtual public meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, 2020.


POSTED : 4/2/2020

Mayor Milissa Holland hosted the first Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, April 1. We want to thank all of the residents who submitted questions in advance. The City of Palm Coast has worked hard to answer as many questions as possible along with the help of other county agencies. Please view the following article to see the questions and answers. Please also view the video of the town hall from April 1 as more information may have been provided during the event to some questions.


POSTED : 4/2/2020

It is times like these when it is imperative the community comes together in support. Palm Coast Parks & Recreation is doing just that with its Adopt-a-Senior program. Staff are making wellness calls to seniors with the goal of making sure they are both physically and mentally well.


POSTED : 4/1/2020

The City of Palm Coast is issuing a mandatory "Shelter in Place" emergency order effective Friday, April 3, at 12:01 a.m.


POSTED : 3/30/2020

The City of Palm Coast signed two Emergency Proclamations on Monday that mirror the Executive Orders 20-86 and 20-87 issued by Gov. Ron DeSantis to suspend vacation rental operations and to add Louisiana to the states that have substantial community spread of COVID-19, thus requiring those entering Florida from Louisiana and the other named states to self-quarantine for a period of 14 days from entry.


POSTED : 3/30/2020

The City of Palm Coast activated its Emergency Operations Center at Fire Station 25 in response to escalating drought index as wildfire season rapidly approaches. The City already has an EOC active to handle response for COVID-19.


POSTED : 3/27/2020

The City of Palm Coast is offering its limited supply of toilet paper to those most in need.


POSTED : 3/27/2020

The City of Palm Coast will hold its first Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, April 1, at noon.


POSTED : 3/26/2020

The Business Resource Center will also host a clickable link under local resources to a list that will be dedicated to updating the community on which local businesses are open. In the spirit of helping others, this list is designed to offer businesses another outlet to reach the community during this difficult time and make it easier on the consumer as well.