Mayor Curry gives a press briefing regarding preparedness activities for Tropical Storm Dorian.
August 28, 2019
The Emergency Operations Center is partially activated today, and will be fully operational tomorrow. 

August 28, 2019
SoFi to Create 300 Financial Technology Jobs Economic Development Agreement Unanimously Approved by Jacksonville City Council
A black and white dog with his tongue out
August 27, 2019
We work hard. We should have a friend who can help us play harder. Find one during Animal Care and Protective Services (ACPS) and the Jacksonville Humane Society’s (JHS) Labor Day Weekend Adoption Event.
Four pairs of binoculars on a window ledge
August 26, 2019
JaxParks is teaming up with local geocachers, Visit Jacksonville and REI Retailers to present the annual Jacksonville Geocache Challenge.
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August 23, 2019
It's been another busy week here in Jacksonville!
Duuuval's Bold City Bash logo
August 23, 2019
The City of Jacksonville is excited to announce the inaugural Duuuval’s Bold City Bash – the ultimate Florida-Georgia fan experience. The Bash encompasses nearly a week of fan-centric interactive events that celebrate the tradition and excellence of one of the SEC’s biggest rivalries that has called Jacksonville home since 1933. Duuuval’s Bold City Bash will begin on Tuesday, Oct. 29 and continue through game day on Saturday, Nov. 2.
FEMA Logo with blue gradient background
August 23, 2019
Jacksonville is one of eight local governments receiving grant funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for assistance in developing innovative regional solutions for emergency preparedness. The City has been awarded $1,401,975 to support logistics and supply chain operations providing food, water, and shelter to area residents following a disaster.
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August 22, 2019
Did you know that over a 12-month period in 2018-2019, tainted recycling cost the City of Jacksonville more than $500,000? Today Mayor Lenny Curry helped the Solid Waste Division on their recycling run as a good reminder as to what we can and can't recycle. The most important things to remember are:

Don't bag it. Never put recyclables in containers or bags.

Empty. Clean. Dry. Keep all recyclables free of food and liquid.

Know what to throw. You can recycle most cardboard, paper, metal cans, plastic bottles and jugs. The following items should NEVER be placed in your recycling container:

  • NO Plastic Bags & Wrappers: Plastic bags, plastic wrappers and flexible plastic packaging are too thin to be recycled. Reuse them in your home or return them to your local grocer for recycling
  • NO Styrofoam: Styrofoam can be great for reuse but not for recycling. Dispose of these items in your trash. 
  • NO Food: Food scraps must be disposed of with your trash, or composted where composting programs are offered
  • NO Electronics & Batteries: Electronics, batteries and light bulbs cannot go into your recycling container and require special handling. Check local programs for disposal options.
  • NO Yard Waste: Yard waste must be disposed of with your trash or composted where composting programs are offered.
  • NO Diapers: Clean or dirty diapers cannot be recycled. Dispose of them in your trash.
  • NO Soiled Paper: Soiled or wet items are not recyclable and should be disposed of with your trash.
  • NO Clothing: Clothing items can be taken to a dedicated reuse collection location but cannot be placed in your recycling container.
  • NO Tools: Tools and other hardware items may find a second life, but not if they’re placed in your recycling container. Dispose of these items in your trash or give them away for reuse.
  • NO Toys: While often made of plastic, toys cannot be placed in your recycling container. Donate these items or dispose of them in your trash.
  • NO Construction Waste: Wood, sheetrock and other home construction items cannot be recycled and should be disposed of in your trash.
  • NO Medical Waste: Needles and other medical items cannot be recycled and may cause serious harm to workers. Dispose of them in proper medical waste containers.
middle school children gathered around a tale engaged in an arts and crafts painting activity
August 19, 2019
With the new school year for Duval County in its second week, the City of Jacksonville’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is providing fun, safe spaces for students to go when classes are done.
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August 19, 2019
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