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City of Jacksonville
Mayor Brown Signs Reform Legislation
December 22, 2011
Mayor Alvin Brown has signed legislation setting his government reform plan officially into motion.
“This is about taxpayers and our future as a city,” said the mayor. “By streamlining city government, we are building a more sturdy foundation for Jacksonville to target economic development and take this city to the next level.”
Mayor Alvin Brown Announces River Access Initiative
December 20, 2011
Designates 12 sites for non-motorized watercraft
Mayor Alvin Brown today designated 12 park sites for kayakers, canoeist, paddle boarders, sail boarders and other water enthusiasts to access the St. Johns River and its tributaries.
The sites are part of the mayor’s initiative to create more active recreational opportunities along the St. Johns River and in parks.
“The St. Johns River is one of our greatest resources, and these launches will enable residents and visitors to get out on the water and enjoy it,” Brown said. “As more and more people experience our river, they will begin to see Jacksonville as a destination.”
Mayor Brown's Reform Plan Approved by City Council
December 15, 2011
The legislative framework for Mayor Alvin Brown’s government reform plan has gained City Council’s approval.
The bill (
), was passed by a 16-1 Council vote on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011. The bill passed after much review by City Council and a citizens’ review panel.
What passed Tuesday marked phase one of the reform plan. In the second phase, the mayor will work closely with department heads to examine the new structure of government for maximum savings and efficiency measures.
City Council Holiday Break
December 14, 2011
In accordance with Ordinance 2005-361-E, the second Committee week and City Council meeting of the month of December are suspended, due to the Holiday Season.
The Jacksonville City Council meeting cycle will resume with Standing Committee meetings on Tuesday, January 3, 2012.
Mayor Alvin Brown Welcomes $10 Million Grant for Port
December 13, 2011
Decision Comes Less than a Week After Brown Meets with Transportation Secretary
Less than a week after he met with U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to advocate for the project, Mayor Alvin Brown tonight applauded the federal government’s decision to provide a $10 million grant to JAXPORT.
The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant will supply $10 million to help build an intermodal container transfer facility. This enables freight-loading directly between rail and ships, a development that will help curb truck traffic on Heckscher Drive while increasing efficiency at Jacksonville’s waterfront
Animal Care & Protective Services Named Florida's Outstanding Animal Control Agency of the Year
December 12, 2011
Florida Animal Control Association also recognized ACPS volunteer as top in state
The Florida Animal Control Association, the professional association of animal care and control personnel in Florida, named the City of Jacksonville’s Animal Care & Protective Services division as the Outstanding Animal Control Agency of the Year for Florida. ACPS was recognized out of more than 130 agencies as a statewide leader in animal programs and services.
Mayor Brown Announces Mayor's Mentors Public-Private Partnership
December 07, 2011
Mayor Calls On Citizens to Give One Hour a Week to Mentor Jacksonville Students
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown announced today the launch of the Mayor’s Mentors, a public-private partnership to train and place 500 new school-based mentors with Duval County Public School students by April 1 at no cost to taxpayers. The Mayor’s goal is to recruit, train and match mentors with Duval County Public School students to increase on-time, next grade promotion and graduation rates. For more information on becoming a Mayor’s Mentor, the public may call United Way’s 2-1-1 or visit
Team Mascots Available for Photo Opportunities Prior to Basketball Game
December 05, 2011
Holiday Hoops Game with Florida Gators vs. Rider Broncs
The City of Jacksonville welcomes the University of Florida Gators and the Rider University Broncs for their upcoming Holiday Hoops Classic basketball game on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Both team mascots will be available before the game so bring a camera for photo opportunities.
Mayor Brown Welcomes New Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan to Jacksonville
November 30, 2011
Mayor Alvin Brown welcomes the new Jacksonville Jaguars owner, Mr. Shahid Khan, to the community
. Following the announcement of the sale of the Jaguars, Mayor Brown sent a welcome letter to Mr. Khan, expressing his pleasure for Khan’s commitment to Jacksonville and the Jaguars.
“As mayor, I take seriously my duty to support the Jaguars,” said Brown in his letter. “The City of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Jaguars have long been partners in making this a great NFL city. I look forward to continuing that partnership with you as the new team owner.”
Mayor Brown Encourages Participation in Jaguars "Ultimate TEALgate Party" Events
November 21, 2011
Game-day activities to take place downtown prior to Jaguars’ Monday Night Football game on Dec. 5
Mayor Alvin Brown joined Touchdown Jacksonville Team Teal Commissioner Tony Boselli and Chair of Game Day Experience Lenny Curry in announcing the Ultimate TEALgate Party for the Jacksonville Jaguars Monday Night Football game on Dec. 5.
Mayor Brown has proclaimed Monday, Dec. 5, 2011 as “Ultimate TEALgate Day” in support of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ Monday Night Football game against the San Diego Chargers. To create a fun environment for all to enjoy, the Jaguars and others will host festivities at various locations throughout downtown.
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