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Celebrate the Holiday Season
with the City of Palm Coast
Mark your calendars it wouldn't be the holidays in Palm Coast without the Rotary Club of Flagler County's Fantasy Lights!

It's returning in 2020 with 53 displays, including four brand-new ones. The event will kick-off on Saturday, Nov. 28, and run through Wednesday, Dec. 30. Each evening from 6:30-9 p.m. the displays will illuminate Central Park and holiday music will fill the air!

And this year, we invite residents to take part in our new Holiday Light Fight!

Households can enter their property into the competition at palmcoastgov.com/holiday-light-fight. Judging will take place on Dec. 19 and winners will be selected in the following categories: Best in Show, Brightest House, Best Theme and Most Interesting Decoration.

Click the button below to learn more about the festivities!
City of Palm Coast
Honors Local Veterans on Veterans Day
Many had the day off from work or school, but dozens of City of Palm Coast staff served 350 meals as a way to honor local veterans on Veterans Day in drive-thru fashion - a slight change from the original plan due to weather.

Click below to read the full recap and watch the Veterans Day ceremony!
City of Palm Coast
Recognizes Passing of Louis McCarthy
It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to our neighbor and friend, Louis McCarthy. Louis was a great example of civic engagement and we are grateful for his involvement and contributions to our community.

“We are saddened to learn of Louis McCarthy's passing. As members of the city council, we encourage residents to communicate with us and give us feedback about the decisions made in the community. Louis did so on many occasions and we respect that so much and will remember him for his civic engagement. He may not physically be there at meetings anymore, but I know he will be there in spirit."

– Mayor Milissa Holland

Learn more about Louis by clicking the button below.
Road Closure for
Florida Park Drive on Nov. 20
Florida Park Drive, from Farraday Lane (southernmost intersection) to Palm Harbor Parkway, will be closed to drivers on Nov. 20 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Local residents will have access to their homes. Through traffic will be diverted to Old Kings Road or to Palm Harbor Drive.

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Upcoming SCORE Workshops
SCORE Chapter 87 | Volusia Flagler is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.

SCORE mentors and representatives from the local business community conduct a variety of regularly scheduled, low-cost educational workshops that provide valuable information and techniques necessary for establishing and managing a successful business!
Community Development
Residents and businesses now have a new mapping tool to check out development projects in the City of Palm Coast!
The map shows projects that are active in the application process and projects that have been approved. This is designed to keep the community informed on what’s coming to the area.

The map was developed by the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) team within the Information Technology (IT) Department.

Click the button below to view the map!
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Whether it's garbage pick-up, street signs, code questions, storm water & swales, trees & fire mitigation, utilities (water & sewer), and more . . . we are here to help!
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