Mayoor Lenny Curry sits at a conference table listening to the Cure Violence Presentation
April 09, 2019
Following extensive interviews and research, Cure Violence is releasing its assessment for the City of Jacksonville. The assessment visit was performed between February 18th and 21st of 2019.
St James
April 08, 2019
Representation throughout the community of Jacksonville
National Crime Victims' Rights Week logo
April 03, 2019
The Mayor’s Victim Assistance Advisory Council (VAAC), in partnership with local nonprofits and organizations, will host weeklong events to recognize crime victims as part of Jacksonville’s observance of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 7 - 13. This observance aims to bring awareness to the struggle of victims in the Jacksonville community, while recognizing the importance of helping those who have been victimized rebuild their lives, and the services and programs available to assist them.
Nikki Kimbleton headshot
April 02, 2019
Mayor Lenny Curry is pleased to announce his appointment of Nikki Kimbleton to serve as Director of Public Affairs for the City of Jacksonville.
Jessie Ball duPont
March 25, 2019
Each week, in observance of Women’s History Month (March), the City of Jacksonville will highlight a woman who contributed to the history of Jacksonville.
daylight saving reminder with alarm clock and smoke detector
March 10, 2019
The City of Jacksonville Environmental Quality Division reminds Duval County residents that as they set their clocks forward one hour for Daylight Savings Time, they should once again set lawn and landscape irrigation schedules to no more than two days per week.
Calico Kitten with Toy
March 07, 2019
Last year, more than 6,000 kittens were served by Animal Care and Protective Services and the Jacksonville Humane Society. In an effort to reduce the growing pet population that occurs during the spring and summer, citizens are encouraged to spay or neuter their cat(s), including outdoor community cats.
group of youth accepted into the summer jobs program
March 05, 2019
The application for the Mayor's Youth at Work Partnership Summer Jobs Program is available online now through March 30. The program is open to young adults ages 16-21 who are interested in gaining valuable career skills and experiences.
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