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Tony Garren
RE/MAX Select Professionals

386-237-7079
homes@palmcoasttony.com

About Palm Coast

Palm Coast

Palm Coast is the largest city in Flagler County with an estimated population of 80,600 in 2014.  It was the fastest growing city in the country from 2004-2007, more than doubling its citizens from 32,832 in 2000 to 74,180 in 2010.  Palm Coast is located on the East Coast of Florida, settled between Daytona Beach and Saint Augustine.   It is also a nice location for commuters to reside since home prices and taxes are lower than the surrounding counties. 

City Travel

Interstate 95 runs North and South through Palm Coast offering three separate access points.  On the North end is exit 293 (Matanzas Woods Parkway), at the center is exit 289 (Palm Coast Parkway) and at the southern end is exit 284 (SR100).  Two main city roads run through Palm Coast that are adequate for the area;  Palm Coast Parkway runs East, West with Belle Terre running North, South.  There is also major roads such as U.S. Route 1 that travels around the Northern tip, Western Edge, and South tip of Palm Coast, with State Road 100 running East and West through Palm Coast’s Southern end.

Subdivisions and Sections

Most of Palm Coast has been broken down into subdivisions referred commonly as a particular section.  For instance, Cypress Knoll referred commonly as the “E” section because all the roads in this particular subdivision start with the letter “E”.  Some subdivisions can have multiple sections such as Quail Hollow, which has the “Z”, “K”, or “Ll” sections because this subdivision has roads that start with these letters and so on.  Here are links to the different subdivisions in Palm Coast with a brief description, accompanied with a property search link.

Belle Terre- The “P” Section     Cypress Knoll- The “E” Section     Indian Trails- The “B” Section

Lehigh Woods- The “R” Section     Matanzas Woods- The “L” Section     Palm Harbor- The “F and C” Sections

Pine Grove- The “P” Section     Pine Lakes- The “W” Section     Quail Hollow- The “Z, K, and Ll” Sections

Seminole Woods- The “S and U” Sections       Woodlands- The "Bl" Section

City Ordinances You Should Know About Before Purchasing

Palm Coast has a code enforcement that enforces the city’s ordinances.  These designed ordinances uphold the beautification of the city, keeps the property values up, and provides safety in the environment.  There are code enforcement officers that patrol the city, but most of the code enforcement dealings are in response to citizen complaints.  Warning citations issued can escalate with hefty fines for reoccurring offences.  Here are some common citations:

Home Care

A Resident’s home must be maintained.  Any missing building components such as broken windows, siding, walks, broken fencing, screening, or decorating elements must be replaced or repaired.

Public Nuisance

Lawns must be mowed, landscaping beds weeded, and bushes trimmed in keeping with the neighborhood.  There shall not be cars parked on the lawn.  Having junk cars, cars on blocks, trash, debris, and any other safety hazard in your yard are strictly prohibited.

Trash

Except for when you have you trash out for pickup, all trash bins must be out of sight of public view.

Parking

Recreational vehicles such as boats, jet skis, and RV/campers may be parked in a residential driveway for no more than three days (3) during any seven day (7) period.  After this three day (3) period such recreational vehicle must be moved off site.  However, any guest of the resident may have a recreational vehicle parked for no longer than seven days (7) in the residents driveway, but shall not be used for overnight lodging.  The parking of commercial vehicles in a residential driveway is prohibited unless it is parked there during a service call.  Parking on the street or grass is also prohibited.

Irrigation

Storage

Moving containers such as PODS, MODS, or Big Box can only be placed at a residence for no longer than seven (7) days during any calendar year.

Garage Sales

Up to two garage sales can be held per year at the same location between the hours of 8am-4pm.  No off site signs for the garage sale are permitted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


    

 




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