On May 5, 2021, the Flagler County Board of County Commissioner’s hosted the ribbon cutting of the District 2 Palm Coast Office, located at 14 Palm Harbor Village Way in Palm Coast, celebrating the milestone for the FCSO in having a permanent space in 40 years.

The new District 2 Office is the first permanent District 2 Office the FCSO has ever had. Until this point, the Sheriff’s Office Palm Coast Office has been a nomad, moving every few years since 1981 when the first Palm Coast substation was opened.

“Our staff from General Services and IT worked diligently with Sheriff Staly and his staff to take the vision that he cast for this district office, and to transform this former bank building to match that image,” Commission Chairman Donald O’Brien Jr. said.

The District Office provides a permanent location for residents to interact with FCSO, but it is also a full-service District Office. Deputies now have space to write reports, process evidence, meet residents, conduct shift briefings, interview suspects and hold training classes.

“Our team has done a tremendous job in serving the community and driving crime down,” Sheriff Staly said. “But it has been significantly more difficult to accomplish this without a work environment that is designed for the unique needs of a law enforcement agency. Today, we solved part of it. We are thankful for the first permanent Palm Coast District Office in 40 years and we look forward to this District Office providing a convenient location for providing services to our residents and visitors.”

Sheriff Staly and FCSO were honored to have many of Flagler County’s officials in attendance. Thank you to Chaplain Ed Reistetter, Flagler County Administrator Jerry Cameron, Flagler County Chief of Staff Jorge Salinas, Interim Chief of Staff Heidi Petito, Flagler County Commissioner’s Andy Dance, David

Sullivan and Donald O’Brien, Palm Coast’s Mayor Milissa Holland and City Councilman Victor Barbosa, City of Flagler Beach Commissioner Rick Belheumer, Clerk of the Court Tom Bexley and Flagler County Tax Collector Suzanne Johnston.

“There is no greater honor than to be associated with such incredible and talented people across the board,” County Administrator Jerry Cameron said. “Flagler County is incredibly blessed to have such talented and dedicated people working for them every day.”

Media Release:

Date: May 5, 2021

Prepared by: Melissa Morreale

Phone and Email:  386-529-4086 | mmorreale@flaglersheriff.com Release #: 2021-095

Featured Photo: Clerk of the Court Tom Bexley, City of Flagler Beach Commissioner Rick Belheumer, County Administrator Jerry Cameron, Sheriff Rick Staly, Palm Coast City Councilman Victor Barbosa, Flagler Commission Chairman Donald O’Brien Jr., Commissioner Andy Dance, Commissioner David Sullivan, Tax Collector Suzanne Johnston, Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland.