SpringFest Draws Thousands, Connects Residents to Local Businesses

On Saturday, March 2, 2024, the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber hosted its 3rd Annual SpringFest. Thousands of residents attended, thanks to Chamber of Commerce weather, to shop over 140 local businesses around the lakefront setting at Palm Coast’s Central Park. SpringFest was sponsored by Gary Yeomans Honda and Elo Roofing. SpringFest was created via a […]Read More

Palm Coast Parks Tour Features Dolphins, Hawks and Pickleball

The Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber’s L.E.A.D. Flagler program (Leadership, Education. Advancement. Development.) toured several parks in the City of Palm Coast in March 2024. 13 participating business and community leaders gathered to tour our local parks and were stunned when a pod of dolphin greeted them at Waterfront Park.  Flagler County has twice as much […]Read More

PCF Chamber Issues Annual Report

Nearly four years ago, the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber of Commerce was created by local business leaders who believe our region can capitalize on expected population growth. With proper planning, partnerships and a vision for a more prosperous community, we believe we can make our region even stronger. But our progress is fragile. That’s why […]Read More

Superintendent LaShakia Moore Meets with Business Leaders

Flagler Schools Superintendent LaShakia Moore visited with the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber Board of Directors at their January 2024 meeting. Superintendent Moore shared her vision for Flagler Schools, discussed her “Flagler Forward” initiative and provided an honest assessment of challenges facing Flagler Schools. Chamber Board members shared their perspectives on education-related subjects and were thankful for her […]Read More

Flagler County Considers Economic Development Incentives

Flagler County Commissioners recently expressed interest in exploring economic development incentives, in a move applauded by the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber. The incentives Commissioners reached consensus on include: Industrial Development Authority Industrial Development Revenue Bonds Fast-Track Permitting “REV” Grant Impact Fee (interest only from accrued fees can be used for economic development incentives) Chamber President & […]Read More

Chamber Leadership Class Meets with City Manager, County Administrator

L.E.A.D. Flagler Class #1 completed “Government Day,” marking the halfway point of the 10-month leadership program developed by members of the Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber. L.E.A.D Flagler participants began Government Day by meeting at the Palm Coast City Council Chambers and were welcomed by Palm Coast City Manager Denise Bevan. Ms. Bevan shared the city’s strategic action plan and […]Read More