Photo of Jacksonville waves
July 13, 2017
Learn how to avoid rip currents

Damaged House
December 22, 2016
Now that the registration period for Hurricane Matthew has ended, survivors are reminded that FEMA and SBA are still available to answer questions and provide assistance to applicants with unmet needs or needs not met by insurance settlements.

Mayor Curry comforting a homeowner who suffered damage to her home from Hurricane Matthew
December 14, 2016
Although the registration deadline for Hurricane Matthew ends on December 16, 2016, survivors are reminded that FEMA and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will still be available to answer questions and provide assistance to applicants with unmet needs or needs not met by insurance settlements.
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October 24, 2016
Want to know more about what the City of Jacksonville is doing to recover from the destruction of Hurricane Matthew and what resources are available to citizens who were negatively impacted by the disaster?
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October 09, 2016
Residents in areas greatly impacted by Hurricane Matthew received a visit from Mayor Lenny Curry today. Joined by JFRD, JSO and FEMA representatives, the mayor provided water and food to residents in homes that suffered severe damage from the storm. 

October 08, 2016
Citizen support and patience needed for efficiency
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October 07, 2016
In the past 48 hours, the River City has taken on a new meaning as Hurricane Matthew presented life-threatening storm surge, which reached levels not seen in the area in nearly 120 years. As the nation’s largest city, covering 840 square miles, Jacksonville serves a population of 850,000 residents. Nearly half of them were evacuated Wednesday afternoon from the beaches and low-lying areas due to dangerous hurricane conditions. Federal, state and local officials are conducting 24-hour emergency operations to address the needs and impact of this historic storm.

Cover of the 2016 Preparedness Guide
August 30, 2016
The 2016 JaxReady Emergency Preparedness Guide, which includes tools, tips and resources for residents and businesses to prepare for hurricane season, is available in time for the start of hurricane season. The guide will available in the Sunday, June 5, edition of the Florida Times-Union and in various locations throughout northeast Florida.

Protect Yourself from Mosquito Transmitted Diseases
August 30, 2016
According to the Center for Disease Control, children up to the age of 12 and adults 50 and over are most susceptible to mosquito transmitted viruses. Follow these steps to protect yourself from getting infected.
Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities and Other Access and Functional Needs
August 30, 2016
Don't wait until disaster hits to get prepared
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