City Update October 3, 2020
Virtual Town Hall Oct. 7th
The next Virtual Town Hall is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 7th, at noon on Palm Coast Connect.

Registration is now open! Sign up and submit your questions and our leaders will be on hand to provide answers.

Our featured speaker this week is Matthew Mancill, Director of Public Works for the City of Palm Coast.
Your questions and concerns are important to us. This dialogue will allow us to address critical focus areas and better serve you, our residents!
Reminder: City Hall Reopens Oct. 5th
The City of Palm Coast is scheduled to reopen City Hall, located at 160 Lake Ave.

The building will reopen on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 8 a.m.

Visitors and employees entering City facilities must be medically screened through temperature checks and a brief medical questionnaire. You must also wear a mask/face covering in all common areas and where six feet of distance cannot be maintained between people.

Please remember to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for washing your hands, social distancing, and facial coverings.

In case you missed it: Nancy Marie
On Sept. 29, Nancy Lopez, the city of Palm Coast, the Palm Coast Arts Foundation and a gathering of guests dedicated the tenth turtle - Nancy Marie - to the PCAF turtle trail.

This particular turtle celebrates the perpetuity of the city's history at the Palm Harbor Golf Club by honoring Nancy Lopez' career and her ties to the community. Artist and architect Bob Teller designed the loggerhead named Nancy Marie, honoring namesake Nancy Lopez on its shell.

The PCAF turtle trail is a project launched by the Palm Coast Arts foundation. The turtle sculptures are timeless classic symbols located strategically across Palm Coast and Flagler County, images of creative art in public places. Each one brings color and imagination to its special site, making the turtles landmark points of interest.