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May 24, 2021
For 40 years, the Jacksonville Jazz Festival has brought the community together to enjoy a multi-day music festival which returns this fall, September 29 - October 3. While the festival is free to attend, upgraded premium experiences are available for purchase and go on sale this Friday, with an exclusive Memorial Day weekend offer on VIP Full Festival Experience packages.
 
Mayor Curry at podium surrounded by clapping men and women
May 20, 2021
Relocation to Jacksonville will create 500 new jobs and generate $75 million in capital investment
A marine holding a wreath at one of Jacksonville's Memorial Day Observance ceremonies.
May 19, 2021
The City of Jacksonville’s Military Affairs and Veterans Department invites community’s Gold Star Families, veterans, active duty military and patriotic citizens to lay wreaths at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Wall (1145 E. Adams St. – 32202) in honor of Jacksonville’s fallen heroes.
 
memorial day remember and honor with American flag
May 18, 2021
The City of Jacksonville’s Military Affairs and Veterans Department invites the community’s Gold Star families, veterans, active duty military and patriotic citizens to lay wreaths to honor Jacksonville’s fallen heroes. Following the posting of the colors at 10 a.m., staff will be present to assist families lay wreaths for their loved ones. Free parking is available in lots M and N.
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May 17, 2021
The Mayor’s Community Based Crime Reduction Program present a hiring event and grocery giveaway from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Edward Waters College (1658 Kings Rd. – 32209).
emancipation celebration logo
May 14, 2021
Join Councilwoman Ju’Coby Pittman, James Weldon Johnson Park and the City of Jacksonville to celebrate the first annual Emancipation Celebration Day, honoring the day Florida ended slavery. The inaugural event will take place on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at James Weldon Johnson Park and will help educate the community on the significance of this historic day.
 
May 11, 2021
The City of Jacksonville Downtown Investment Authority (DIA) closed on its first Storefront Façade Grant agreement to recipient Hatfield & Hatfield, P.A., a local law firm doing business in Downtown since 2016. Grant funds, totaling $7,370, will be used to help preserve the building’s exterior quality and enhance the aesthetics of the building. Improvements include replacing street-facing windows to provide better protection from the elements, removing aging window frames and glazing, and adding protective film to the entrance doors so that they will better match the new-and-improved windows and provide additional security.
exterior of downtown jacksonville public library
May 11, 2021
Survey Kicks Off 21st Century Urban Branch Library Envisioning Project
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May 10, 2021
JACKSONVILLE, FL – Council Member Aaron Bowman will introduce an amendment to ORD 2021-223 (Local Option Gas Tax) that will ensure our city finally recognizes and remedies the more than fifty-year neglect of the northwestern part of our city. The amendment will modify the current thirty-year, $1 billion legislation that is planned to be spent throughout the city and includes expansion of the skyway system to a more reasonable three-cent, ten-year gas tax with all proceeds going to the Northwest quadrant. 
 
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