Palm Coast – From Oct. 29 to Nov. 5, Palm Coast, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and partners from across the state are celebrating FDOT’s fourth annual Mobility Week to encourage residents to make smart, efficient, and safe transportation choices.

This year, the City of Palm Coast is recognizing the week with a series of events as well as a social media campaign that highlights the City’s amazing trail system and how to safely traverse them. Mobility Week will feature 3 special events.

The first is a kickoff walk with Mayor David Alfin at Central Park on Friday, October 29 at 12 p.m. Walkers will meet at the amphitheater area of Central Park and do some brisk laps around the fountain with friendly conversation.

On Saturday, October 30 at 10 a.m., Mayor Alfin will be joined by staff members of the City of Palm Coast and Flagler County at the Palm Coast Community Center to discuss the many transportation projects in Flagler County. The talk will end with a bike ride down St. Joe Walkway to Linear Park with Vice Mayor Eddie Branquinho.

Get the kiddos involved too, with a very special “Our Neck of the Woods.” The Palm Coast Fire Department will join Miss Ashley for an interactive story, craft time, and a fun walk through Linear Park. The Palm Coast Fire Department will offer free car seat checks to make sure your little one is riding safe and secure. “Our Neck of the Woods” is on Wednesday, November 3, at 10a.m. at Linear Park.

Mobility Week also features a statewide bicycle challenge known as the Love to Ride Florida challenge. Last year, more than 2,000 Floridians and 174 organizations rode over 200,000 miles! This year’s Love to Ride Florida Challenge kicks-off on October 29, the first day of Mobility Week and lasts through Nov. 30, 2021. The Love to Ride Florida Challenge encourages riders to pedal on throughout the month of November to earn points and qualify for prizes. Visit to sign up for the Love to Ride Challenge.
For more information or to register for Mobility Week activities, please visit or call 386-986-2323.

NEWS RELEASE – City of Palm Coast

Contact: Kim L. Brown, Recreation Supervisor of Marketing


Oct. 19, 2021