Touch-A-Truck 2022 Brought Large Crowds and Happy Children
This year the City of Palm Coast Public Works Department out-did itself for its second Touch-a-Truck event held on May 21st at Central Park in Town Center.
This year the City of Palm Coast Public Works Department out-did itself for its second Touch-a-Truck event held on May 21st in Central Park featuring more than 75 vehicles from multiple agencies including:
City of Palm Coast Public Works, Stormwater, Utility and Fire Departments;
Flagler County Fire Rescue;
Flagler County Sheriff’s Office;
East Flagler Mosquito Control District;
Florida Highway Patrol;
Florida National Guard;
This FREE event offered fun for the whole family - and was hosted by the City of Palm Coast Public Works Department, in celebration of National Public Works Week! The theme for National Public Works Week was #ReadyandResilient and by joining forces with all of the essential agencies doing work in Flagler County, it reinforced that spirit shown on event day!
"We had more than 75 vehicles displayed for our young kids and youth to come through and not only hop in but also touch the truck, pull the horn, and ask questions," said Public Works Workforce Data Analyst Benny Cope. “We are inspiring the minds of our youth to be our local workforce here in this great city that we live in!"
Angelene DavisMultimedia Associate