I-95 is part of the US Interstate Highway system that hugs the Atlantic Ocean coast from the State of Maine down the eastern seaboard to the State of Florida. Exit 284 off I-95 is the closest exit to the beach from Maine to Miami. Just three miles!
US Highway 1 provides an alternate route to I-95 in Flagler County in event of an emergency. It is a divided four-lane highway that has direct interchanges with I-95 at both the north border of Flagler County with St. Johns County and southern border with Volusia County.
2400 Yankee Clipper Drive Jacksonville, FL
83 Miles | 1 hour 14 minutes
Orlando International Airport | 1 Jeff Fuqua Boulevard | Orlando, FL
93 miles | 1 hour 21 minutes | Orlando International Airport serves numerous cities & countries.
Daytona International Airport | 700 Catalina Drive | Daytona, FL
26 miles | 28 minutes | Serves American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and SunWing.ca
Flagler Executive Airport | 201 Airport Road | Palm Coast, FL 32164
Local airport to accommodate executive travel.
Jacksonville Port Authority, also known as JAXPORT, is Florida’s largest container port with competitive transit times to 140 ports in more than 70 countries. The port is approximately a 69-mile drive from Flagler County.
Cargo Facilities at JAXPORT
Blount Island Marine Dames Point Marine Talleyrand Marine
9620 Dave Rawls Blvd. 9834 New Berlin Rd. 2085 Talleyrand Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32226 Jacksonville, FL 32226 Jacksonville, FL 32226
Dames Point ICTF
9600 New Berlin
Jacksonville, FL 32226
Flagler County is part of JAXPORT’s Award Winning FTZ No. 64 – Florida’s largest Foreign Trade Zone. A FTZ is a secured site within the United States, but technically considered outside of the US Customs’ jurisdiction. Allowing shippers to clear cargo as it leaves the FTZ while saving import clearing costs. Flagler County’s participation in the FTZ gives businesses access to JAXPORT’s FTZ Administrator for free customized consultation and services.
Flagler County Census Tract #12035060213 has been designated as a Certified Opportunity Zone and is located in the heart of Palm Coast’s City Center. Opportunity Zones were created by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to spur economic development and job creation in communities throughout the United States. The act provides tax benefits to investors who invest eligible capital into these specific areas. Investments are regulated by the Federal Tax Code.
Florida Resiliency and Energy District (FRED) PACE program provides an alternative method of financing covering costs of certain energy efficiency and wind resistance improvements to commercial projects. Florida Statutes allows this financing mechanism to apply to improvements to existing structures, new builds, as well as Greenfield projects.