Baldwin Rail Trail Construction
April 07, 2022
The City of Jacksonville’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department (JaxParks) is working on repairing the Jacksonville Baldwin Rail Trail located at 850 N. Center Street, Jax, FL 32234 in order to make sure that the trail is safe. The project began February 14, 2022 and is ongoing with an estimated completion by the end spring. The City’s Parks Department and contractors have some use concerns. Bicyclists are riding through construction zones around heavy equipment and not obeying signage. This is interfering with the project. We ask that you respect the posted signage and review the website for updates. The project is to improve the quality of the trail for everyone to enjoy.
April 07, 2022
Jacksonville, FL (April 7, 2022) – Council Member Danny Becton announced today that he has filed Resolution 2022-276, encouraging Mayor Lenny Curry to submit a proposed Fiscal Year 2022/2023 budget to the Jacksonville City Council using a Rolled-Back Millage Rate for Ad Valorem Tax Revenues for next year’s budget.
empty glass and plastic bottles
April 04, 2022
Curbside recycling will resume Monday, April 4, 2022. For additional information about residential waste collection, please see the below FAQs or call (904) 630-2489 (CITY).
7 creeks fest event information
April 01, 2022
Park partners and nonprofits will host the event that will feature nature activities, exhibits, live music and more in the 7 Creeks Recreation Area
Memorial Day Invite
March 23, 2022
The City of Jacksonville will be hosting Memorial Day Observance on May 30th.  Pre-ceremony music by the Navy Band SE will begin at 8:00 a.m. and the ceremony will commence at 8:30 a.m. The Observance should conclude by 10:00 a.m. 
United-Healthcare-Insurance-Brochures with red hearts
March 21, 2022
According to an article published by the American Heart Association, poor diet quality is strongly associated with elevated risk of cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality.
March 17, 2022
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (March 17, 2022) – Yesterday, I filed new legislation concerning statuary and monuments glorifying the Confederacy and removal of such items from public property and public park spaces. The resolution requests the Mayor, City Administration, and City Council to produce and present a revised plan along with community conversation by July 26, 2022, and to cap any related appropriations at $500,000 for the purpose of removal.
Alumni gathered in front of Nat Glover Community Field and Stadium
March 16, 2022
The vision of the Fitness and Safety Walk was to promote the new stadium as a safe place to convene  and educate the community about the importance of exercise.
SCRC Community Buss tour and walk and talk for mental health flyer
March 16, 2022

Another opportunity to connect residents with resources and services to help end the stigma surrounding mental health care. The Jacksonville City Council Safety and Crime Reduction Commission (SCRC), a citizen-led group, will host its next Community Bus Tour, in partnership with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA), on March 26 from noon – 2 p.m.

March 15, 2022
Jacksonville, Fla. - District Council Member Reggie Gaffney, Jacksonville City Council President Sam Newby and colleagues: Jacksonville Sheriff Office, Chief Lakesha Burton and Chief Lolita Smith; Duval County School Board Chairman, Darryl Willie and Duval County Public School Police Chief, Greg Burton, addresses Crime in District 7 and throughout Jacksonville 6:00 pm March 17, 2022, at Oceanway  Church located at 12240 Sago Avenue West, Jacksonville, FL 32218
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