closed for the holiday stamp
July 02, 2018
In observance of Independence Day, the following city government offices and facilities will be closed Wednesday, July 4.
July 02, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. June 13, 2018 In accordance with Ordinance 2005-361- E, the second Committee week and City Council meeting in the month of July 2018 are suspended due to the Legislated Summer Break. The Jacksonville City Council meeting cycle will resume with Standing Committee meetings on Tuesday, July 16, 2018.
 
ORDINANCE 2005-361-E, AMENDING THE RULES OF THE COUNCIL, RULES 2.201 AND 4.102; PROVIDING FOR SUMMER AND CHRISTMAS BREAK BY ELIMINATING THE FIRST COMMITTEE WEEK AND FIRST COUNCIL MEETING IN JULY AND THE SECOND COMMITTEE WEEK AND SECOND COUNCIL MEETING IN DECEMBER; AMENDING SECTION 106.201 WAS PASSED BY THE JACKSONVILLE CITY COUNCIL ON APRIL 12, 2005.
 
June 28, 2018
Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville City Council will meet for the purpose of hosting the 2018- 2019 Installation of Council Leadership Ceremony scheduled 6:00 p.m., Thursday, June 28, 2018, Jacoby Hall- Auditorium – Times Union Center for Performing Arts located at 300 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202.  Immediately following the installation ceremony a reception will be held in the Uible located within the Times Union Center for Performing Arts Building.   
 
The ceremony is held to install the Honorable Aaron L. Bowman as the 2018-2019 Council President Designate, and Honorable Scott A. Wilson as the 2018-2019 Council Vice President Designate.  In accordance with Council Rules the Council Leadership positions will become effective July 1, 2018. (Invited attendees will include the Jacksonville City Council Members, Constitutional Officers, Judges, Duval Delegation, and Congressional Representatives, appointed Board and Commission members of the City of Jacksonville as well as the public at large.)
 
homeless veterans stand down flyer
June 27, 2018
The annual Homeless Veterans Stand Down is being held August 2, 2018 – August 4, 2017. This three day event consists of a Personal Care Day, Homeless Veterans Job Fair, and Homeless Veterans Stand Down.

The City of Jacksonville Military Affairs and Veterans Department is preparing to receive the torch from the "keepers of the flame," the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans. Jacksonville has been entrusted with providing a place of sanctuary for Veterans who call the streets of Jacksonville home. 

The "Stand Down" is a time in which combat regiments returning from the theater of war were placed in safety zones. During the Stand Down, troops could put down their weapons and concentrate on personal matters such as sending and receiving correspondence to family and friends and taking care of their personal hygiene. This time gave troops the chance to decompress and not worry about their personal safety. 
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June 27, 2018
A division within the City of Jacksonville Neighborhoods department, the 630-CITY customer service center opened in the year 2000 with the purpose of providing Jacksonville citizens a resource where they can report concerns, incidents or request information and services.
 
Decal on a Mosquito Control truck
June 25, 2018
National Mosquito Control Awareness Week (June 24 – 30) is an observation dedicated to educating the general public about the significance of mosquitoes in their daily lives and the important services provided by mosquito control workers throughout the United States.
 
fireworks in downtown jacksonville florida
June 22, 2018
View Fireworks from Downtown Riverfront
Tree Mitigation System website main page
June 20, 2018
Supports City Charter and Ordinance
June 18, 2018
The Chapel at Cecil Commerce Center was originally dedicated in 1963 as part of NAS Cecil Field. The objective of the Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial, Inc. non-profit is to honor former Prisoners of War (POWs) and those who remain Missing in Action (MIAs) from all branches of the military. The Chapel serves as a focal point in this effort, as we restore the current chapel building. While the chapel will serve as the centerpiece for honoring former POWs and past and present MIAs, this organizations will also be building a place of education, respite, and reflection on their sacrifices.
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