Georgia-Florida Football Game Logo
October 09, 2020
Georgia Bulldogs and Florida Gators to square off on Saturday, November 7

The City of Jacksonville continues the tradition and will host the annual Georgia-Florida football game on Saturday, November 7 at 3:30 p.m. at TIAA Bank Field, where the University of Georgia will take the field against the University of Florida. This annual tradition has taken place in Jacksonville since 1933 and is considered to be one of college football’s most significant rivalries.
COVID-19 Testing at the Legends Center
October 09, 2020
On Monday, Oct. 12, the free walk-up testing site at the Legends Center will relocate to the Lincoln Villa Senior Center, 7866 New Kings Road – 32219.
DIA Riverwalk Cleanup Event Details
October 07, 2020
Please join us for a socially responsible cleanup event in Downtown Jacksonville. Anyone and
everyone is encouraged to attend this free, family-friendly event as we spend a Saturday morning
working together to help care for our Riverwalk while taking in the scenic views its provides!
Residents unveiling the Willow Branch Park  culvert mural
October 05, 2020
The AIDS Memorial mural within historic Willow Branch Park was officially unveiled on Saturday October 3,2020.
Mayor Lenny Curry standing at podium in front of Lot J Development Renderings
October 05, 2020
City, Jaguars, Cordish Companies Continue with Multi-Million Lot J Project Anticipated to Strengthen Local Economy, Develop Surrounding Neighborhoods

The City of Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Jaguars and The  Cordish Companies are moving forward on a catalytic project at Lot J that is expected to spur economic growth in Jacksonville, especially in neighborhoods North and East of the sports complex. The mixed-use development, dubbed the “Live! District,” will include:
Hand holding purple ribbon for domestic violence awareness
October 02, 2020

National Domestic Violence Awareness Month is a time for domestic violence victims and those who serve them to speak out in a unified voice to combat domestic violence, and to challenge all people in America to support the countless programs that provide support and services to victims.

The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are victims of physical violence by a partner every year.  And according to the CDC, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men will experience physical violence by their intimate partner at some point during their lifetimes.

Domestic Violence is...

  • Physical Assault: Includes shoving, pushing, restraining, hitting or kicking.

  • Sexual Assault: Any time one partner forces sexual acts that are unwanted or declined by the other partner.

  • Psychological Assault: Includes isolation from family and friends, forced financial dependence, verbal and emotional abuse, threats,intimidation, and control over the partner’s activities.

  • Attacks Against Property and Pets: Destruction of property, household objects or treasured objects belonging to the victim, or abusing or killing beloved pets. 
Please join us this month in celebrating survivors, congratulating advocates, empowering victims, and mourning the deaths of those lost to domestic violence. 
Screengrab of DIA Investor Website Homepage
October 01, 2020
The Downtown Investment Authority (DIA) – the City of Jacksonville’s sole economic development and community redevelopment agency for Downtown – is pleased to announce the launch of its new, investor-focused website at The new website has been designed to offer the ultimate user-friendly experience with unique tools aimed at attracting investment and promoting Downtown Jacksonville nationwide. This City is brimming with possibilities, and strives to be the go-to source for finding the next opportunity in Downtown Jacksonville.
Lift Evry Voice and Sing Park Rendering
October 01, 2020
New design honors Jacksonville’s strong Black and immigrant heritage and continues revitalization of broader LaVilla neighborhood

Today, the City of Jacksonville is pleased to reveal design plans for the highly-anticipated Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing Park in the historic LaVilla neighborhood. The park is located at 120 Lee Street, the birth site of Jacksonville natives James Weldon Johnson and John Rosamond Johnson. The Johnson brothers wrote and composed what is now known as the Black National Anthem, “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing,” at their home in LaVilla between 1900 and 1905. As one of the first cultural landmarks to be developed as part of the greater LaVilla redevelopment strategy, Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing Park was carefully designed to honor the contributions of some of Jacksonville’s most renowned citizens, as well as encourage the next generation of artists and thought leaders to make their marks on this historic space.
Rendering of Song of the Skinks Musical Sculpture
September 30, 2020
Skinks, Musical Instrument, or Interactive Sculpture? New City of Jacksonville Public Art

The Art in Public Places program of the City of Jacksonville dedicates the first in a series of new public art in Jacksonville neighborhoods. The in-person and online dedication will start at 11 AM on October 2nd  at the Cuba Hunter Park with its entrance at 3540 Bedford Rd. The interactive sculpture, created by Seattle-based public artist Matt Babcock, was designed to be a playful representation of a series of blue-tailed skinks, a lizard native to Florida. 


Artist, Naturalist, UNF Music Students and City Councilmembers
11:00 AM, Friday, October 2, 2020
Cuba Hunter Park. Entrance at 3540 Bedford Rd
Sculpture Installation by Artist Matt Babcock
10 AM to 5 PM, Thursday October 1, 2020
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September 18, 2020
Mayor Lenny Curry was invited to speak at JAXUSA's 3rd quarter partnership luncheon on Thursday, September 17, 2020.
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