March 22, 2020 – An emergency order signed Sunday afternoon not only closes the beaches in Flagler County until further notice, but also parks, community centers, pavilions, camping areas, and associated facilities, like parking lots and restrooms. “The number of positive COVID-19 cases in the state – and elsewhere in the country – continue to rise,” said Emergency Management Director Jonathan Lord. “We have to balance individuals’ desires to be out and about with safety of the entire community. We are
March 22, 2020 – Until further notice, the Government Services Building will be closed to the general public with few exceptions, and then by appointment only. The Tax Collector’s Office will allow commercial drivers licenses and dealer tags to be obtained through a scheduled appointment. Appointments can be made by calling 386-313-4160. Other limited services may be provided at the walk-up window. Records from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office can be obtained by visiting the Tax Collector’s walk-up
Palm Coast – Based on the Flagler County Emergency Management Office’s recent decision to close all beaches effective Monday, March 23, at 6 a.m., the City of Palm Coast is closing all parks and trails in conjunction with this order to help limit the spread of COVID-19.For the utmost safety of our community, the closure is necessary for all parks and trails until further notice to support social distancing.Parks & Recreation is offering virtual recreation programs for opportunities to recreate at your own
TALLAHASSEE — Today, the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) announced that at the Governor’s direction, FDEM Director Jared Moskowitz is ordering additional supplies and personal protective equipment in an effort to mitigate and contain the spread of COVID-19 in the state.After conducting a thorough assessment of needs, Director Moskowitz has requested the following supplies through Direct Federal Assistance:5 mobile intensive care units5,000 ventilators5,000 hospital beds50,000 two oz.
Flagler County - The Flagler Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Aimee Stafford has been named the new President & CEO of the Flagler Chamber of Commerce. Aimee joins the Chamber following a 17-year career with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce where she held the position of Director of Public Relations between 2002-2005, and most recently as Senior Vice President, Administration from 2005-2019. In her role as Vice President, Administration, Aimee was responsible for the