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Flagler County Public Schools serve over 12,000 students with two high schools, two middle schools and five elementary schools.
Parks and Recreation
In addition to our pristine beaches, Flagler County offers superior opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities with ten first class golf courses, seven tennis facilities, two State Parks, nine county parks, six city parks, bicycle trails, water sports, boating and more.
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A list of useful phone numbers and frequently asked questions to assist in your relocation to Flagler County.
On Florida’s northeast coast, midway between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, is Palm Coast. This community occupies 42,000 lush acres of coastal and Intracoastal Waterway and inland forest in Flagler County.
Flagler County is the home for a diverse array of manufacturers and businesses; Palm Coast Data (employs 976), Florida Hospital-Flagler (629), Sea Ray Boats (440), City of Palm Coast (371), Publix Supermarket (286), Skinner Wholesale Nurseries (167), FAA Center for Management Development (115), and many others. Farming is still an active part of Flagler County’s economic base, and serves to preserve Flagler County’s beauty and natural rural heritage. Visit Enterprise Flagler for additional information regarding business opportunities in Flagler County.
A plentiful supply of doctors and dentists, a 99 bed hospital and two 100-bed nursing homes provide medical services in Flagler County. Our state-of-the-art hospital, Florida Hospital-Flagler was completed and opened in October 2002 and has been named one the nation’s top 100 hospitals of its size. In our five county region, 12 hospitals account for 2,821 beds, including the renowned Mayo Clinic, Shands and Wolfson’s Children Hospital in Jacksonville.
The Flagler County Library, located at 2500 Palm Coast Pkwy. N.W. in Palm Coast, opened in January 2000. This magnificent new addition to the educational and cultural needs of the county is 30,000 square feet and provides a meeting room to accommodate up to 100 people. In addition to the meeting room, three snug rooms in which to carry out literacy tutoring and group study (two to three persons) or quiet individual study have been designed into the facility. Additional Internet stations with advanced technology are available. A great variety of children’s library programs are offered, as well as the implementation of a School Curriculum Support Project which offers children an additional source of reading and project materials to support their school assignments.