July 14, 2020
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Incoming Council President Tommy Hazouri confirmed his support for the continuation of the Special Committee on Resiliency in a June 30th memorandum noting the committee’s official charge and makeup. In a noticed meeting on July 14th, outgoing committee Chair, Councilmember Matt Carlucci, welcomed the appointment of Councilmember Randy DeFoor as the committee’s new Chair. In addition to Councilmembers Carlucci and DeFoor, Councilmembers Michael Boylan, Garrett Dennis, and Joyce Morgan will sit on the committee.
 
Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament banner
July 07, 2020
The Jim King Boat Ramp at Sisters Creek Marina will be closed to the public in lieu of the Kingfish Tournament.
city offices closed for independence day
July 02, 2020
In observance of Independence Day, several City government offices and facilities will be closed Friday, July 3.
June 30, 2020
4th of July Intake Hours
June 29, 2020

Effective Monday June 29, 2020 at 5 p.m., the City of Jacksonville adopted a mandatory mask requirement for public and indoor locations, and in other situations where individuals cannot socially distance.

air quality advisory
June 27, 2020

Elevated Levels Of Particulate Matter Are Projected To Be In The Unhealthy Range For Sensitive Groups

The City of Jacksonville's Neighborhoods Department, Environmental Quality Division is issuing an air quality advisory, as elevated levels of Particulate Matter are occurring today and projected through the weekend. The dust storm from the Sahara has reached Florida and is contributing to elevated Particulate Matter concentrations.

June 26, 2020
“I have been briefed by JFRD Fire Chief, Keith Powers, that 214 firefighters are now in self-quarantine as a result of contact guidelines established by the CDC for COVID-19. As of this evening, 14 have tested positive for the virus,” Mayor Lenny Curry said.
 
4th of July Fireworks Map
June 25, 2020
View Fireworks from Multiple Locations throughout the City of Jacksonville
 
June 25, 2020
Here is your 2020 Summer schedule for Nature Scope's Outdoor exploration.
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June 19, 2020
“With many businesses now requiring a negative COVID-19 test result to allow employees to come to work, and with some clearly not taking this virus seriously, we are experiencing surge in numbers at testing facilities.” Mayor Lenny Curry said. “Just yesterday, 783 people were tested at Lot J, setting a record since it first opened. The Legends Center tested 270. Across the City, multiple private locations tested hundreds more for COVID-19. As a result, our positive test results are increasing, and we are aware that most of those individuals are asymptomatic or experiencing mild symptoms.”
 
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