Meeting Information

Meetings as Noticed 

Contact Information

City Hall - St. James Building
117 W. Duval Street
Jacksonville, FL  32202

Phone(904) 630-1404

Email: website.wateractivation@coj.net (to send event notices, meeting reports & items for posting to the website)
          coordinator.wateractivation@coj.net (to communicate with Council President Boyer's office & project staff)


Upcoming Events & Volunteer Opportunities

             
             
            
             
             
                  

Documents and Maps

  • Maritime Management Plan Webpage
    • Webpage for the Martime Management Plan, a collaborative project to gather information about water access facilities and the needs and desires of the community to improve these facilities. The project team consists of researchers from the Northeast Florida Regional Council, Univeristy of North Florida, and Jacksonville University.                   
                          

  • Jacksonville Heritage River Gateway Video
    • Short video on the Heritage River Gateway project - a vision of future water developments in Jacksonville. 
  • Southbank Public Access
    • Map of existing and future Southbank Riverwalk improvements, water taxi docks, and the multi-use path that will connect the loops.
  • Duval Aerial Map 2016
    • Explore places of interest with this 2016 aerial map of Duval County. To access the map click on Duval Property in the navigation pane, then choose "Duval Aerial 2016" from the gallery of Basemaps. 
  • A Boating and Angling Guide to Nassau and Duval Counties
    • Website for detailed information on boating and fishing in Nassau and Duval Counties. 
  • Please see meeting documents below for additional detailed maps and vision plans for all areas of Jacksonville.

Community Organizations

       
  • The St. Johns Riverkeeper is an independent, privately funded organization that defends, advocates, and activates others to protect and restore the St. Johns River.
          
  • City Commission established to make recommendations regarding the improvement, development and protection of the St. Johns River and all tidal waters in Duval County. 
          
  • City Department dedicated to serving residents and visiters of Jacksonville through recreation activities and conservation of marine resources.  
         
  • Groundwork Jacksonville is the City's main non-profit dedicated to cleaning and redeveloping Hogans Creek and converting contaminated land into parks. The organization represents a partnership between the City of Jacksonville, US National Park Service, Environmental Protection Agency, and Groundwork USA. 
          
  • Jacksonville University research institute focused on studying the St. Johns River, waterways, and oceanfront with the goal of protecting and preserving these natural resources.
          
  • Organization dedicated to tree planting in the Jacksonville area.
          
  • Non-profit organization working to restore, improve and protect the quality of the environment through programs in the fields of horticulture, conservation, civic improvement, and education. 
          
  • Organization dedicated to infrastruture, sustainability, and emerging trends in the responsible use of land in North Florida.
          
  • The Jacksonville Chapter of the American Institute of Architects  advcoates for a healthy and sustainably built environment throughout Jacksonville and Northeast Florida. 
          
  • The DIA was created to revitalize Downtown Jacksonville and spur economic development. The DIA works with the City to offer incentives  for businesses to locate Downtown. 
        
  • Non-profit organization geared towards building and maintaining a healthy and vibrant Downtown. 
         
  • The Jacksonville Zoo hosts river cruises of the Trout River every Saturday. The tours offer opportunities for bird watching and sightings of dolphins and manatees.
        
  • Website for Jacksonville's Museum of Science & HIstory (MOSH). The MOSH hosts science and history boat tours of the St. Johns River every Saturday.
        
  • Initiative to bring Florida's first floating naval warship museum to downtown Jacksonville. 
        
  • Water taxi and tour company running from Friendship Park on the Southbank to the Jacksonville Landing on the Northbank. Fun-filled way to tour the St. Johns River or avoid traffic during events downtown.

In Session Meetings

Please click the appropriate link below to view live streaming video of meetings, when in session, in the location listed: 

 

Archived Meetings

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March 30, 2017

Waterway/Waterfront Activation Meeting
City Hall - St. James Bldg.
1st Floor, Lynwood Roberts Room
117 W. Duval Street
Notice | Agenda | Minutes | Sign-In Sheet | Video

Presentations & Handouts:


February 24, 2017

Waterway/Waterfront Activation Meeting
City Hall - St. James Bldg.
1st Floor, Lynwood Roberts Room
117 W. Duval Street
Notice | Agenda | Minutes | Sign-In Sheet | Video

Presentations & Handouts:


February 3, 2017

Greenscape of Jacksonville Meeting
1468 Hendricks Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32207
 

January 26, 2017

Waterway/Waterfront Activation Meeting
City Hall - St. James Bldg.
1st Floor, Lynwood Roberts Room
117 W. Duval Street
Notice | Agenda | Minutes | Sign-In Sheet | Handout | Video

Presentations & Handouts:

Maritime Management Plan Surveys:

 

January 20, 2017

Greenscape of Jacksonville Meeting
1468 Hendricks Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32207

 

November 3, 2016

Waterway/Waterfront Activation Meeting
City Hall - St. James Bldg.
1st Floor, Lynwood Roberts Room
117 W. Duval Street
Notice | Agenda | Minutes | Sign-In Sheet | Sign-In Sheet II | Handouts | Video

 

Maps & Vision Plans:


April 23, 2017 Green Hands - Earth Fest & Beach Cleanup