The Flagler County Public Library Palm Coast Branch will extend its hours – including two evenings – beginning Monday to assist K-12 students.
First responders across Flagler County are being trained to use a new search-and-rescue app that improves their safety, and allows them to share accurate data to improve the awareness of those conducting the search.
Registration is still open to participate in the 13th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Cleanup. The event draws volunteers to protect and enjoy nature by removing trash within their developments or along city paths, walkways and waterways.
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Lehigh Trail will be closed Monday, August 10, through Wednesday, August 12, to allow for the safe removal of hazardous trees located along its entirety, between Colbert Lane and U.S. Route 1.
The Florida Agricultural Museum is offering several outdoor activities including horseback riding, summer riding camp, and orienteering.
Flagler County will reopen its libraries in Bunnell and Palm Coast on Monday, May 11, following the state’s Phase 1 guidelines with the addition of making cloth face coverings mandatory.