shelter critical capacity graphic
May 04, 2022

City asks for help clearing the shelter

Summer Night Lights including dates and activities
May 04, 2022
This teen anti-crime, anti-violence initiative kicks off June 10th!  
Rec N Roll flyer with dates, activities and times with pictures of kids and teenagers engaging in activities
May 04, 2022
JaxParks is excited about the summer as we kick off Rec N' Roll 2022, June 6th!
Marina filled with vessels
April 28, 2022
Reservations will open on Monday, May 16th at 10 am.
April 27, 2022
Jacksonville City Council Member Al Ferraro will be holding a meeting on Monday, May 2nd to discuss panhandling-related issues. Council Member Ferraro said the meeting is being called because “I am concerned that law abiding citizens are being harassed by panhandlers to the degree that is becoming a public safety issue. I am especially concerned that panhandlers themselves and sometimes children under their direction are approaching cars stopped at traffic lights to ask drivers for money, which is both a public nuisance and a very dangerous practice.”
ParkMobile Parking Meter on downtown street
April 25, 2022
The City of Jacksonville is launching a contactless payment option for on-street parking in Downtown Jacksonville via ParkMobile. ParkMobile makes paying for parking an easier and more convenient experience, allowing users to pay for and monitor parking sessions on-the-go. The new payment option will go live today and will be available on metered parking spaces where ParkMobile decals have been deployed. The Office of Public Parking will continue installing decals throughout the week and once complete, ParkMobile will be available for all 1,420 metered parking spaces Downtown.
April 20, 2022
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – CM Randy DeFoor urges quick and decisive action to correct dangerous conditions for drivers and pedestrians at 4265 Roosevelt Blvd.
Rethreaded mural and mosaic of woman and flowers
April 12, 2022
 On Tuesday, First Lady Molly Curry launched a community education campaign and unveiled a survivor-inspired mosaic and mural art installation located at Rethreaded’s Delores Barr Weaver Campus of Hope. 
 
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 jaxparks.com 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.
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