March 30, 2020

During a virtual news conference on Monday, March 30, Mayor Lenny Curry announced that he signed an executive order prohibiting all hotels, motels, and other commercial lodging establishments from accepting or extending reservations for any person other than essential lodgers. The mandate will take effect Tuesday, March 31, at 5 p.m.

cars on the hart bridge expressway ramp
March 30, 2020

This serves as a notification for scheduled road closures of the Hart Bridge elevated Expressway Ramps. These changes are necessary to allow for the removal of the elevated Expressway ramps from A. Phillip Randolph Blvd eastward to the Hart Bridge connection; reconstruction of Gator Bowl Blvd from Hogan’s Creek eastward to Talleyrand Ave and construction of the new connections to the remaining elevated Expressway Ramp with new bridge spans over A. Phillip Randolph Blvd and new bridge connection to the Hart Bridge Expressway. 

COVID-19 testing tents in parking lot
March 27, 2020
The federally-sponsored drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at TIAA Bank Field in parking lot J will no longer require patients to have an on-site temperature of 99.6 degrees or higher, effective Saturday, March 28. This follows the recent expansion of testing criteria to include patients of all ages. Patients must still either exhibit respiratory symptoms, or be a first responder or healthcare worker who has direct contact with patients.
COVID-19 testing underway at Lot J
March 22, 2020
The federally-sponsored drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at TIAA Bank Field in parking lot J will expand testing criteria, effective immediately. All ages will now be accepted, although patients must still meet certain guidelines.
March 20, 2020
The free federally-sponsored drive-thru COVID-19 testing site will open Saturday, March 21, at TIAA Bank Field in parking lot J. The site will operate seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for as long as supplies last. While a doctor’s order and appointment are not required at this location, clients will be evaluated by a medical professional on-site. Patients who do not meet the criteria will not receive a test and will be sent home. Test results should be received within three to seven days.
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March 19, 2020
Patients must reside in Duval County and complete a Telescope Health screening to obtain a physician order before coming to drive-thru testing
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March 16, 2020
During a meeting with the Jacksonville City Council Monday, March 16, Mayor Lenny Curry declared that he is limiting crowd capacity of recreational and social gatherings and establishments to 50 people.
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March 13, 2020

Mayor Lenny Curry and city officials have briefed the media on the latest with the local case of COVID-19.

 

little boy walking in front of hemming park sign
March 13, 2020

As announced by Mayor Lenny Curry earlier today and due to the health concerns of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), all City of Jacksonville Parks, including Hemming Park will be closed until further notice.  All activities within Hemming Park, including food trucks, live music, Kid Zone activities and festivals will be suspended until the City deems it safe for the public to return. Please watch our social media carefully by for any future changes or updates. 

sprinkler watering green grass
March 09, 2020
While Duval County residents are preparing to set their clocks forward one hour for Daylight Saving Time, the City of Jacksonville’s Environmental Quality Division is reminding them to set lawn and landscape irrigation schedules to no more than two days per week. Designed to conserve Jacksonville’s water supply and reduce the amount of nutrients flowing into the St. Johns River, Chapter 366 of the City’s Ordinance Code limits watering to two days a week during Daylight Saving Time.
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