Public Meeting for Pedestrian Accommodation Feasibility Study

A public meeting for the Pedestrian Accommodation Feasibility Study for the City’s residential collector roadways will be held on May 18, 2022 at 6 p.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center.

The City of Palm Coast Stormwater & Engineering Department is hosting a public meeting to discuss the Pedestrian Accommodation Feasibility Study for the City’s residential collector roadways on May 18, 2022 at 6 p.m. at the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy NE, Palm Coast, FL 32137.

The meeting is open to the public but seating is limited. The meeting will also be live streamed on the City of Palm Coast YouTube channel for virtual participation at: https://www.youtube.com/CityofPalmCoastTV

City staff will present the information currently available from the consultant. The results of the study will be presented at the City Council workshop meeting on June 14, 2022 at 9 a.m. at Palm Coast City Hall.

Seventy (70) residential collector roadways have been identified throughout the city. These roadways include:

Baltimore Lane; Banton Lane; Barrington Drive; Barring Pl; Bayside Drive; Beachway Drive; Belleaire Drive; Bird of Paradise Drive; Blare Drive; Braddock Lane; Bridgehaven Drive; Boston Lane; Boulder Rock Drive; Brookside Lane; Brushwood Lane; Bud Hollow Drive; Cimmaron Drive; Colchester Lane; Colorado Drive; Eagle Harbor Trail; Ellsworth Drive; Emerson Drive; Eric Drive; Esperanto Drive; Fanshawe Lane; Farmsworth Drive; Fellowship Drive; Frontier Drive; Kathleen Trail; Kankakee Trail; Laguna Forest Trail; La Mancha Drive; Laramie Drive; London Drive; Parkview Drive; Pine Grove Drive; Point Pleasant Drive; Pritchard Drive; Rae Drive; Red Mill Drive; Rickenbacker Drive; Rolling Sands Drive; Ryan Drive; Sea Trail; Sedgwick Trail; Selma Trail; Sentinel Trail; Serbian Bellflower Trail; Seven Wonders Trail; Sleepy Hollow Trail; Slipper Trail; Sloganeer Trail; Slumber Meadow Trail; Smith Trail; Ulaturn Trail; Universal Trail; Wellington Drive; Westhampton Drive; Whippoorwill Drive; Woodbury Drive; Woodhaven Drive; Wynnfield Drive; Zebulahs Trail; Zinnia Trail; and Zonal Geranium Trail.

In order to ensure adequate accommodations for the public meeting, please RSVP by Tuesday, May 17, 2022, to communications@palmcoastgov.com

This meeting and presentation will be for the purposes of discussing and answering questions related to the Pedestrian Accommodation Feasibility Study only. For other matters and questions, please contact Customer Service at customer-service@palmcoastgov.com or (386) 986-2360. 


The Authors

Brittany Kershaw

Director of Communications & Marketing