Mayor Milissa Holland

Mayor Milissa Holland was elected Mayor of Palm Coast in 2016 after previously serving as Flagler County Commissioner. Her father, James Holland, was a member of the inaugural Palm Coast City Council. Milissa has lived in Palm Coast her entire adult life and has three adult children.

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    Key Endorsements

    Responsible Budgeting

    It is essential that we maintain the level of service we currently provide and yet we will have to find ways to do that with the impact that Covid-19 will have on our revenues over the next few years.

    Quality of Life

    After being a resident for 36 years, I know that the majority of our residents chose Palm Coast to call their home.  I hear from many of them regularly.  They share their stories of what’s important to them, what originally brought them here and that is in the back of my mind at all times.

    Citizen Engagement

    I heard very early on that our residents felt a disconnect between their City and their needs.  We were receiving about 10,400 calls a month at our call center without having any way to track or follow up to ensure your requests were responded to.  That’s no longer the case as Palm Coast Connect was launched a year ago and it has improved the dialog with our residents so much that we have seen a 16 percent increase in resident satisfaction in our last survey.

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    Milissa Holland to seek second term as Palm Coast mayor

    Milissa Holland has filed to run for re-election for a second term as mayor of Palm Coast. She was elected in 2016 and said she delayed announcing her candidacy because she wanted to make sure her daughter was healthy enough for Holland to feel comfortable serving. Holland, who was also...


    SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES After two weeks of planning and immense fundraising, the mayor’s Feed Palm Coast Initiative culminated in a day to remember for the Palm Coast community. By day’s end, all 10,000 boxes containing food for families were given away at the two distribution locations: Palm Coast City...

    Palm Coast issues voluntary stay-home order to city residents

    PALM COAST, Fla. – Palm Coast’s mayor is asking residents to stay home in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. Mayor Milissa Holland signed the emergency stay-home order late Sunday night, calling on people not to go out unless they need to stock up on vital supplies. The voluntary...