The Palm Coast Fire Department has added a sixth engine company, expanding its services to the south of Palm Coast.
PCFD’s Engine 29, housed at Flagler County Fire Station 92, is now the primary fire protection coverage for the area previously served by Flagler County’s Fire Rescue Engine 92.
The new service area includes the Seminole Woods and Quail Hollow neighborhoods, according to a press release from Palm Coast.
PCFD and FCFR began working in May to transfer the area to PFCD Engine 29’s full-time coverage.
The Fire Department is working to add a new Fire Station — Station 26 — to property at Seminole Woods Parkway and Ulaturn Drive as part of the department's 2020 10-year plan. The new station is expected to be complete by October 2025. The city will use $5 million in state appropriations to pay for it, the press release said.
“We’re excited for our future home in Seminole Woods and grateful to our state legislators for supporting our vision and making it a reality,” Palm Coast Fire Chief Kyle Berryhill said.