County Offices
1769 E. Moody Boulevard
Bunnell 386-313-4000

Chamber of Commerce
20 Airport Road
Bunnell 386-437-0106

Located on the upper East Coast of Florida between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, pristine Flagler County is bordered on the east by 19 miles of Atlantic Ocean. Although slow growth prior to 1970 has protected the natural environment and greenways, the county is now one of the fastest-growing in the nation. To keep pace with the need for quality services, Memorial Health opened its new Memorial Hospital-Flagler on a 101-acre site that tripled the hospital’s capacity. Among the new and expanded services are the Memorial Heart Institute, the Memorial Cancer Care Center, Women’s HealthCare Center, expanded outpatient services including same-day surgery and MRI, and an emergency care center that is five times the size of the former unit.

Memorial Health also manages another outstanding facility in Flagler County at Ormond Beach. Since opening its doors to the community in 1967, Memorial Hospital-Ormond Beach has become well known for providing outstanding and cost-effective medical and surgical specialties. More than 300 physicians staff this 205-bed community hospital. In the first 20 years of offering open-heart surgery to residents of Volusia and Flagler counties, the hospital’s cardiovascular surgeons performed more than 8,600 open-heart surgeries. Skilled professionals in every major specialty, 12 hospitals in a four-county region, and a wide variety of long-time care institutions ensure that every healthcare need will be met.

Newcomers to Flagler County will also be impressed by the caliber of education on every level. The public school system is one of the finest in the state, continually meeting the challenge of a growing student population. Approximately half of the teachers hold master’s degrees, and an average of 92 percent of the graduating high school seniors continue to post-secondary institutions. Adult and community education includes apprenticeship programs for 25 trades. Higher education is easy to access for those who live in Flagler County. Colleges and universities within commuting distance include Daytona Beach Community College with campuses in Palm Coast and Daytona Beach, St. Johns River Community College in Palatka, Flagler College in St. Augustine, the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, and Stetson University in DeLand. Daytona Beach is also home to the University of Central Florida, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Bethune-Cookman College.

Quality libraries include Flagler Beach library and the new library in Palm Coast, a magnificent addition to the area’s cultural and educational resources. More than 30,000 square feet of space includes quiet study areas and meeting rooms as well as Internet stations with advanced technology. A wide variety of children’s library programs combine with the School Curriculum Support Project, offering students a wealth of reading and project materials to support school assignments.

Quality of Life
The more you learn about the Flagler County lifestyle, the more you will understand the phenomenal growth within this Florida paradise. Whether you are looking for a beach community, a golf and recreation community, or a more rural setting, Flagler County has the ideal environment. Palm Coast is the largest of the communities, a thriving city that offers a warm and friendly hometown atmosphere. Complementing a wide variety of residential neighborhoods, the city is home to the upscale Hammock Dunes golf-course community on the last undeveloped stretch of Florida’s Atlantic Ocean beaches.

On the east side of the county are 19 miles of beaches, where delightful communities like Flagler Beach and Beverly Beach offer a relaxed, seashore ambiance. To the west, residents drive along tree-lined roads that look over picturesque farmland. Uncrowded beaches, fascinating historic ruins, exquisite rose gardens, tranquil waterways, subtropical forests, the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean, and freshwater lakes make this a natural wonderland. At the same time, new residents and visitors alike are drawn to championship golf courses, tennis facilities, unlimited water sports, wonderful parks and preserves, fine museums, and the world’s oldest marine attraction.

Many are attracted to this area for the ecology, where vast tracts of protected land offer the true nature of Florida that is vanishing in so many other locales. Flagler County is proud of the award-winning, 25,000-acre Coastal Greenway connected to the State Agricultural Museum and the historic Princess Place Lodge by Pellicer Creek. Shop in charming retail districts, enjoy year-round entertainment at the Flagler County Auditorium, and participate in the colorful annual events. With its combination of unspoiled natural resources, excellent services, and quality residential neighborhoods, Flagler County is one of the hidden jewels in the crown of East Coast Florida.

City Hall

Chamber of Commerce

Serving as the location of the Flagler County government offices, the small town of Bunnell enjoys a central location between historic St. Augustine and the dynamic Daytona Beach area. The housing selection in this Palm Coast region community blends single-family homes with villas, cabins, cottages, and condominiums. The neighboring City of Palm Coast provides a thriving and well-developed urban environment with first-rate shopping, convenient services, cultural attractions, and expanded educational opportunities. Water-oriented recreation is outstanding along the Palm Coast, enhanced by miles of pristine beaches. Anglers who enjoy fishing for freshwater bass will appreciate access to one of the finest fishing lakes in the nation. Newcomers to Bunnell will discover what the city’s residents already know: Many fine treasures are wrapped in small packages.

Flagler Beach
City Hall

Chamber of Commerce

Those who want to live in a beautiful beach community surrounded by signature golf courses, tennis courts, entertainment centers, fine shopping, wonderful seafood restaurants, and ocean breezes will want to explore the Flagler Beach area. Newcomers can choose from wide selection of homes, from charming cottages to large family homes and upscale beachfront properties. No cars are allowed on the six-mile stretch of pristine beach. Bordered on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Intracoastal Waterway, this area that encompasses Gamble Rogers State Park supports every imaginable type of water sport and outdoor adventure. Offering an affordable beachfront living environment on the upper East Coast of Florida, the city is just three miles east of Interstate 95. Just 30 miles south of historic St. Augustine, Flagler Beach claims its own unique history and quaint ambiance. The area is also 20 miles north of Daytona Beach, ensuring access to a wealth of cultural, healthcare, and educational advantages.

Palm Coast
City Hall

Chamber of Commerce

Located in the northern region of Florida’s Atlantic Coast, the community of Palm Coast has grown up along the Interstate 95 corridor, a major thoroughfare from New England to Miami. The city lies between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, claiming 17 miles of pristine beaches, superb fishing, and year-round sunshine. Those who appreciate the opportunity to engage in outdoor recreation and water sports will find a paradise in Palm Coast. Both freshwater and saltwater meander through most of this region, attracting anglers and creating a panoramic backdrop for residential development. Palm Coast has managed to retain a hometown feeling in spite of considerable growth, and the beaches are still strewn with shells instead of lounge chairs. The skyline is dotted with oaks, palms, and pine trees instead of highrise buildings. Balancing economic growth with preservation of the area’s rich history and natural environment, planners are determined to protect the relaxed pace and serenity of the “old Florida” way of life.

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