CITY UPDATE - OCT. 17, 2020
Palm Coast Welcomes Florida National Guard
Palm Coast welcomes the Florida National Guard to the Flagler Palm Coast Readiness Center, located at 100 Executive Airport Drive.

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Friday, Oct. 16 for the new $21.7 million facility for the Florida National Guard's 1st of the 265th Air Defense Artillery Battalion.
City Considering Regional Racquet Center at Palm Coast Tennis Center
The City of Palm Coast City Council is considering plans to build a Regional Racquet Center at the site of the Palm Coast Tennis Center.

The Regional Racquet Center, if approved, would be constructed in phases, with funds already available to City Council, combining a capital projects fund, park impact fees and sales tax dollars obtained from the City's Be Local Buy Local initiative.

As residents and travelers shop in Palm Coast businesses, restaurants or fill up their gas, a portion of their sales tax revenues revert right back into our City to fund projects like the proposed center. The City of Palm Coast Finance Department calculates that for every $100 spent in Palm Coast, $68 is returned to the local economy.
Public Works Wins APWA Video Award,
Seeking APWA Accreditation
The City of Palm Coast Public Works Department has won the "A Day in the Life" video contest held by the American Public Works Association and is pursuing the prestigious honor of accreditation from the American Public Works Association.

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Have a business you'd like to see featured in our Be Local Buy Local series? Click the link below!

Don't forget to submit your best picture from a Palm Coast restaurant while you're there for a chance to win a $50 gift card!
This week's Virtual Town Hall featured Public Works Director Matt Mancill and Public Works Manager Marvin Calderon.

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They received 320 permit applications, including 34 applications for new homes, last week alone and continue to keep our growing city on track!