Jaxson Deville distributing groceries to residents
June 28, 2021
New Town Residents enjoyed a day full of Education, Giveaways, and Surprises! JSO, Celebration Church, New Town Success Zone, and a plethora of volunteers collaborated to ensure this impactful Community enrichment event on Edward Waters College was a huge success!
Bridge over St. Johns River
April 13, 2021
Two artificial reefs were constructed in the St. Johns River in December 2014 by the city of Jacksonville in partnership with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Coastal Conservation Association.
Flooding in street
April 13, 2021
Climate change is proving to be a bipartisan issue in the Legislature. Two high-profile bills to deal with the effects of climate change passed the Senate Wednesday, and companion bills in the House are nearing passage in that chamber. The bills aim to address the adverse effects of sea level rise and flooding caused by climate change.
 
April 13, 2021
The Legislature has signed off on a new measure honoring the late Rep. Kristin Jacobs.
CBRC Logo with URL and Community Impact Day text
November 18, 2020
In partnership with New Town Success Zone, Celebration Church, and the Mayo Clinic’s Wellness Rx program, the Mayor's Community Based Crime Reduction Program will host its first Community Impact Day on Saturday, November 21st, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Edward Waters College’s campus at 1401 Grunthal Street – 32209. Residents of New Town, LaVilla, Grand Park, and Durkeeville are invited to drive through to share their opinions about what it will take to reduce crime and improve public safety in Mid-Westside Jacksonville. Free Thanksgiving ​feast baskets will be given to those who attend while supplies last! Strict COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. For more information, visit coj.net/cbcr.
Downtown Investment Authority logo
November 16, 2020
The Downtown Investment Authority (DIA) launched the Downtown Perseveration and Revitalization Program (DPRP) to boost the City incentive for historic redevelopment. Jacksonville City Council unanimously approved the DPRP bill, lifting previous restrictions that no longer meet the financial realities of rehabilitating historic structures. The new program intends to foster the preservation and revitalization of unoccupied, underutilized, and/or deteriorating historic, and qualified non-historic, buildings located in Downtown Jacksonville. The DPRP is designed to serve projects applying for more than $100,000 as well as code compliance projects on older buildings that do not have historic landmark status.
November 16, 2020

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Duval County Supervisor of Elections certified the District 4 Election Results.  This action attests that the Honorable Kevin Carrico- Member Elect is the official representative for Council District 4, Jacksonville City Council.  The Honorable Kevin Carrico, Member- Elect will serve as representative until June 30, 2023.

Outside view of the Lane/Wiley Senior Center
November 13, 2020
800 Vaccines a Week Will be Available to Residents of Duval County
 
Wounded Warriors Project parade float filled with people
November 12, 2020
To all of the veterans, including the 150,000 that call Jacksonville home, thank you for your service. We appreciate everyone who participated in our Veterans Day festivities.


 
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November 12, 2020
Updated Nov. 12, 2020 at 2:29 p.m.
Mayor Lenny Curry joined Sheriff Mike Williams, Duval County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Diana Greene, Rescue Division Chief David Castleman, and Emergency Preparedness Director Steve Woodard to provide an update on Tropical Storm Eta and the City's preparations. 
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