Military flags in front of City Hall
January 31, 2019
The City’s Military Affairs and Veterans Department is offering free tax preparation services to veterans.
 
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January 30, 2019
Following months of work to repair damage to local beaches and dunes caused by hurricanes Irma and Matthew, Mayor Lenny Curry joined the mayors of Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach to provide an update on restoration and nourishment efforts.
 
Mayor Lenny Curry and City Council President Aaron Bowman open a time capsule from the Old City Hall building in October 2018.
January 29, 2019
In 2018, a time capsule left by City leaders in 1960 was discovered by pre-demolition crews in the cornerstone of the old City Hall annex on Bay Street.
 
Young swimmers at the Cecil Aquatic Center pool
January 28, 2019
Training Dates Begin Soon!
The Ansbacher Map Room at the Jacksonville Public Library's Main Branch in Downtown Jacksonville
January 24, 2019
The Jacksonville Main Public Library will celebrate its Lewis Ansbacher Map Collection and renovated Jordan and Shirley Ansbacher Gallery during the annual Mapping Our Past event.
 
A photo of Hemming pArk circa 1910, from the State Library & Archives of Florida
January 23, 2019
January 23, 2019 is the anniversary of the day Hemming Park was conveyed to the City of Jacksonville.
 
City Council President Aaron Bowman and Mayor Lenny Curry at the 2018 Budget Address
January 22, 2019
While Washington remains deadlocked, federal employees, retirees and their families are caught in the middle. With jobs and paychecks in limbo for weeks, Mayor Lenny Curry and City Council President Aaron Bowman have been reviewing relief options that are available for Jacksonville’s federal workforce.
 
JSO website Neighborhoods page
January 17, 2019
  Site lists patrol zones, resources, public notices, newsfeeds
Mayor Curry speaking at the 2018 Victims Rights Week kickoff at City Hall
January 15, 2019
The Mayor’s Victim Assistance Advisory Council (VAAC) invites local students to apply for the Survivor Scholarship, a program created to assist Jacksonville residents who have been impacted by violent crime, either as a primary or secondary survivor. The deadline for submission is Friday, Feb. 1.
 
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