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Make Your Palm Coast Voice Heard by Taking the Citizen Survey

Palm Coast – City of Palm Coast residents are invited to have their voice heard on what they would like the future of Palm Coast to look like by taking the 2022 National Citizen Survey from January 7 through January 21.

To participate in the survey and have your voice heard, visit Residents can take a paper survey in person during regular business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays at Palm Coast City Hall, 160 Lake Ave., or the Palm Coast Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy.


“This is your opportunity to have your voice heard on what the future of Palm Coast will look like,” said Palm Coast Mayor David Alfin. “The City Council and staff use these survey results as a guide for planning future City priorities and making important budget decisions. The results from this survey help us ensure that we are continuing to provide the quality of life that the residents of Palm Coast desire.”

The City is conducting the survey as part of its annual Strategic Action Planning process. The survey covers a variety of topics related to the quality of life, including:

  • City services such as stormwater drainage, street maintenance, garbage, recycling, and streetlights;
  • Recreational programs, events, and amenities such as parks and trails;
  • Economic growth and development including traffic flow and public safety.

Responses received from residents will be presented to the Palm Coast City Council at a business meeting scheduled for March 8 at 9 a.m. City Council Members will use the residents’ feedback for strategic planning and to set priorities for the coming months and years.

To review past years’ Citizen Survey results, visit

You can also view a video explaining the process here:

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