The Flagler Beach Police Department has revamped our annual “Trunk or Treat” event. This year we’re proud to announce that we’ll be hosting a socially distanced Halloween event, entitled; the “Beach Boo Drive Thru”.
The City of Flagler Beach has announced that it has updated its credit card payment process.
The Flagler Beach Police Department is proud to announce a COVID-19 inspired public safety initiative that will coincide with new speed limits on A1A in our City. “Masks for Motorists” will begin this week, when our Police Officers will be offering free face-masks to motorists stopped for speeding violations on A1A.
Flagler County is calling on residents to “Be the Model” for a social media initiative to stress
the importance of covering up when going out in public – whether it is for work or for an essential activity like
Flagler County’s departments of Tourism and Economic Development under the initiative FlaglerSupports.biz is teaming up with Flagler Radio to present a virtual town hall meeting called “Road to Reopening” that will be aired at 9 a.m. Tuesday on WNZF.
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Police Athletic League (PAL) has been selected to participate in National PAL’s 2020 Mentoring Program, which is funded through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).
Flagler County, Florida Sheriff Rick Staly was interviewed by Lt. Col. Oliver North and is featured on Oliver North’s Real American Heroes Podcast – Episode 4 that aired Wednesday morning, April 15th. The focus of the podcast was how COVID-19 is affecting policing in America.