Historic City News received a call from the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office announcing the official opening of the Beverly Beach sheriff’s substation at 2735 North Oceanshore Boulevard Thursday morning with a brief ceremony at the beachside office.
The substation will be manned by COP Volunteers when open; Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The new substation will provide fingerprinting service, notary public services, take requests for vacation house watches and offer gun permit packages,” said Tony Garofalo, the director of the Sheriff’s Citizens Observer Patrol.
Beverly Beach Mayor Steve Emmitt presented Flagler County Sheriff Donald W. Fleming with an appreciation plaque from the town commission before the Sheriff announced that the substation was fully operational.
“We appreciate the support of the Town of Beverly Beach which is allowing us to occupy office space in the Town Hall,” said Sheriff Donald W. Fleming. “This substation will provide the same services as our Palm Coast substation and I hope our residents will take advantage of the convenience this location provides.”