How do you Imagine Palm Coast in the year 2050?

Get ready for an exciting opportunity to be a part of shaping the future of our beautiful community! The City of Palm Coast is excited to announce the launch of "Imagine 2050," a comprehensive plan update that invites you to have a direct hand in the destiny of Palm Coast.

In simple terms, a comprehensive plan is like a roadmap for the future of our city. It's a big-picture plan that helps guide how Palm Coast grows and develops over the years. Imagine 2050 will serve as our community's blueprint, outlining what we want our city to look like in the year 2050 and how we'll get there.

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MY PALM COAST STORY: Tell us about your connection to the City of Palm Coast! What brought you to Palm Coast? What keeps you here? What is your favorite thing about Palm Coast? (max 140 characters).

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8 December, 2023

Darlene says:

The City needs quality retail, doctors, restaurants, bakeries, health care, museums, churches, etc. NOT apartments and storage facilities!!

7 December, 2023

Andy Barr says:

Increase space for bicycles in town. Cycling is greener, healthier and displays a stronger sense of community, old & young people enjoying.

3 December, 2023

Dave says:

I would like to see the Center develop a main street similar to Deland. Stop building so many apartments and build an β€œactual” town

3 December, 2023

Dave says:

Wanted to be near the ocean and affordable housing. Like the short drive to St Augustine, Disney & Daytona. Like the quiet neighborhoods

27 November, 2023

MakeRoadsSafeAgain! says:

Many intersections have 3 lanes, but 4 traffic lights (such as Old Kings/PCPkwy) & many of the arrows on the ground are faded (Kohls/Publix)

27 November, 2023

D.F. says:

I love PC. Only complaint is safety crossing Matanzas Woods. A crosswalk at Luther and Laramie would be nice.

25 November, 2023

Teresa says:

I love Palm Coast because of the small-town feel with wide open spaces. We don’t need more stores or houses. Stop the development.

19 November, 2023

Tony says:

Palm Coast still is a beautiful place .development is creating too much congestion.infrastructure can’t handle . It will become like south f

16 November, 2023

Rachelacrosswhite says:

It’s home. Born at Halifax, raised in the C section. My family keeps me here. Its all I know!

15 November, 2023

SystmSix says:

Keep working diligently to have a cycling network of paths complete throughout the city

15 November, 2023

SystmSix says:

I do engineering for the City via CPH,LLC. I love that the city is willing to be open to new ideas and new technologies.

13 November, 2023

PalmCoastResident says:

Why is every unhealthy restaurant chain here, but nothing healthy? We could use a Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Sprouts, and shopping boutiques

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  • A guide for managing community change
  • A process that seeks to engage all members of the community in a conversation about the future
  • The outcome of an effort to find common ground based on shared values, vision, and priorities
  • A 10- to 20-year prioritized β€œto-do” list for the community
  • Comprehensive plans are living documents typically written with a 20-year outlook. They should be updated from time to time as the community changes in population, or as trends and practices evolve. The City of Palm Coast first adopted its Comprehensive Plan in 2004. Although the Comprehensive Plan is updated to meet state law continuously, the planning horizon was last updated in 2010.

    This update is being completed as a priority project from City Council’s Strategic Action Plan. Since the current plan and vision statement were adopted in 2004, many things have changed in the City. As a community, we need to:

    • Assess recent changes in our community conditions
    • Address emerging trends and new issues
    • Identify current community priorities

    This update is our opportunity as a City to accomplish the following:

    • Discuss Palm Coast’s FUTURE
    • Develop a new VISION
    • Involves everyone’s IDEAS
    • Enhance entire COMMUNITY

    For additional information about the City’s current Comprehensive Plan, click here.

    Community engagement will play a key role in shaping the new Comprehensive Plan Update. Local community members and stakeholders will be encouraged to get involved throughout the process to provide input on the vision and goals, plan development, and strategies and recommendations for Palm Coast's future.

    A wide range of activities and tools will be used to provide convenient opportunities for the public to attend meetings and events, participate online, meet the project team out in the community, and receive project updates.

    It integrates all aspects of community function into a cohesive whole

  • Community Character & Design
  • Land Use / Development Patterns
  • Housing & Neighborhoods
  • Transportation & Infrastructure
  • Economic Development
  • Public Facilities & Services
  • History, Culture and Education
  • Natural Resources and Environment
  • Governance
  • The update process is expected to take approximately 12 months, lasting between October 2023 and October 2024. For more details, please see the project timeline.