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City of Jacksonville
rengeneron clinic entrance doors
August 16, 2021
The State of Florida, in partnership with the City of Jacksonville, will be shifting the Regeneron Antibody Treatment Site to the Main Library Conference Center, 304 North Main Street via the Main Street Entrance in downtown Jacksonville on Tuesday, August 17.
Photo of Council Member Garrett Dennis, District 9.
August 16, 2021

“As we continue to struggle with the overwhelming impact of the Delta variant, we are seeing long lines for COVID testing throughout Jacksonville. This level of demand is exactly why I introduced emergency legislation to provide free testing sites, and I’m grateful my colleagues supported an effort to meet the extraordinary needs of our community.” Dennis said.

manatee rescue ortega river
August 16, 2021
An injured manatee is recuperating after being rescued Wednesday afternoon from Jacksonville's Ortega River.
August 13, 2021
On Tuesday, the City of Jacksonville announced five COVID-19 testing sites to increase testing capacity across the region. All five sites will be open to the public beginning next week.
Veterinarian scanning microchip implant on dog
August 11, 2021

The Jacksonville Humane Society (JHS), Animal Care & Protective Services (ACPS), and First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) are working together to ensure more pets are reunited with their families in Duval County. This weekend-long event will include:

  • Check chip registration
  • Update already registered chip information
  • Provide free microchipping to pets who need it
two citizens and medical worker standing outside clanzel brown community center
August 10, 2021

The City of Jacksonville announces additional COVID-19 testing sites to address increase testing capacity across the region. The proposed legislation would use $4 million of federal relief funds to combat the local surge of the COVID-19 Delta variant. Agape Family Health and Telescope Health, which have previously managed testing sites for the City of Jacksonville, would operate the three facilities. 

kids playing in the park
August 09, 2021
With the new school year for Duval County, the City of Jacksonville’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is providing fun, safe spaces for students to go when classes are done. Two free programs, Club Rec (ages 6-12, K-5th grade) and Teen Warehouse (ages 13-18, 6th – 12th grade), are hosted at community centers throughout the city from 2:30 – 6 p.m., Monday – Friday, and offers attendees the opportunity to receive homework assistance and enjoy group activities.
Purple Heart Recognition Day Event Info
August 05, 2021
Annual Observance Honors Military’s Wounded
Photo of Back to School letters and school supplies
August 05, 2021
The Mayor’s Community Based Crime Reduction Program & The New Town Success Zone empowered it's constituents and visitors at their 13th annual Back to School Bash!
Photo of Council Member Garrett Dennis, District 9.
August 04, 2021

With the uptick in COVID cases and long waiting lines at current testing sites. Councilman Dennis is proposing the addition of 3 testing sites to be located at Shoppes at Sherwood, Lane Wiley Center, and College Park Center in Arlington. He is  asking for emergency funding in the amount of $5 million.
“As a community, we must make testing not only widely available, but also convenient with accessibility to public transportation. Identifying those infected will obviously prevent the continuous spread by requiring immediate quarantine.” Dennis said.
Jacksonville is currently leading Florida with COVID cases.   

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