Road closed sign with orange cones and orange mesh wrap. Yellow trail under construction sign in grass on curb
July 06, 2022
The Parks and Recreation Department's Jacksonville Baldwin Rail Trail project is complete. 
patriotic 4th of july dog and cat
July 03, 2022
Independence Day is a holiday characterized by warm weather, barbecues and fireworks. For many people, it is a time to celebrate with family and friends – including the furry ones. But the holiday can also be dangerous and frightening for pets, especially the fireworks. Loud firework displays may cause pets to become frightened or disoriented, sometimes leading them to panic and even escape their yards and homes. This can result in a surge in the number of animals picked up or brought in to shelters by residents who find them.
SPLASH PAD AT PARK
July 01, 2022
Independence Day is a time to celebrate with family and friends. It is also a holiday weekend characterized by summer heat! The City of Jacksonville Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) is excited to offer ways in every part of town to cool off this holiday weekend.
July 01, 2022
In observance of the Fourth of July, the following City government offices and facilities will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022.
football players on the field
June 28, 2022
The City of Jacksonville and Bethune-Cookman University announced today that Bethune-Cookman University’s 2022 home football game vs Jackson State University on Saturday, October 15 is moving from Daytona Stadium to TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville as the Wildcats welcome Deion Sanders and the Tigers of Jackson State University.
June 28, 2022
JACKSONVILLE, FL. - Public hearing for bill 2022-464 regarding the reestablishment of Adult Arcade Amusement Center will NOT be held at the upcoming city council meeting on 6/28/22.

Due to the changes to the Zoning Code, there are additional public hearings required by state law. This bill is also sent to Planning Commission and then to LUZ so the timing of the hearings are different than a regular non-LUZ bill. The Council public hearings on this item are July 26 and August 9.

 
This is your opportunity to have your voice heard on this issue.

Garrett L. Dennis

 
Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Logo
June 23, 2022
Commission encourages nominations for awards showcasing beautification efforts
Heat Advisory
June 23, 2022
While Duval County is under a Heat Advisory until 8pm tonight, we wanted to remind you of some places to stay cool and out of the heat. ‚Äč
June 17, 2022
Jacksonville, FL – Council Member Reggie Gaffney is commemorating the one-year anniversary of the Juneteenth bill he sponsored. This bill adds a holiday, June 19 (Juneteenth), to the list of dates the City observes as legal holidays.

Juneteenth, which is short for June 19th, commemorates the day when Union General Gordon Granger commanding the Headquarters District of Texas, issued General Order 3 informing the people of Texas that all enslaved people were now free.

This important milestone was a critical juncture in the fight for African American freedom, and the first of many important social justice achievements in the United States.

As someone who cares daily for marginalized individuals in the community, Council Member Gaffney felt the personal need to ensure Juneteenth was observed by the City of Jacksonville, honoring that occasion.

As someone who cares daily for marginalized individuals in the community, Council Member Gaffney felt the personal need to ensure Juneteenth was observed by the City of Jacksonville, honoring that occasion.

 
Black hands raised in celebration
June 16, 2022

 In observance of Juneteenth, the following City government offices and facilities will be closed on Monday, June 20, 2022

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