June 29, 2017
Notice is hereby given that the Jacksonville City Council will meet for the purpose of hosting the 2017- 2018 Installation of Council Leadership Ceremony scheduled 6:00 p.m., Thursday, June 29, 2017, Jacoby Hall- Auditorium – Times Union Center for Performing Arts located at 300 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32202.  Immediately following the installation ceremony a reception will be held in the Uible located within the Times Union Center for Performing Arts Building.   
The ceremony is held to install the Honorable Anna Lopez Brosche as the 2017-2018 Council President, and Honorable Aaron Bowman as the 2017-2018 Council Vice President.  In accordance with Council Rules the Council Leadership positions will become effective July 1, 2017. 
A major update to the JaxReady App is available for download. Find your Evac Zone via GPS or by address. View which shelters are open. Real-time EOC Activation status. Live weather radar and forecasts. Fire danger & drought indices. Contact list
June 27, 2017
JaxReady Version 7 is live!  It is available on both the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.

If you don't already have the JaxReady App, this is a great time to download since Hurricane Season is underway!

photo of the main street bridge at night
June 26, 2017
Jacksonville’s Main Street Bridge will be closed from 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 23 to Sunday, June 25 at 6 a.m. and again Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday nights (June 26, 27, 29, and 30) from 6:30 p.m. until 6 a.m. and Wednesday night, June 28 from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. The closures are part of improvements to the mechanical, electrical and structural systems.
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June 26, 2017
National Mosquito Control Awareness Week (June 26 – July 1) is an observation dedicated to educating the general public about the significance of mosquitoes in their daily lives and the important services provided by mosquito control workers throughout the United States.

Jacksonville Mosquito Control can trace its roots back to the 1950’s. When the City of Jacksonville and Duval County consolidated in 1968, the existing Mosquito Control districts were dissolved and the Jacksonville Mosquito Control Division was established. As citizens enjoy the summer season, the City of Jacksonville is encouraging them to stay safe and vigilant while enjoying outdoor activities throughout the summer months. The seasonable warm weather and related conditions often promote the presence of mosquitoes.

Jacksonville is home to 47 species of mosquitoes. While many species of mosquitoes are nothing more than a nuisance to citizens, several have the ability to carry mosquito-borne viruses including Zika, West Nile, Yellow Fever and more, infecting both humans and domesticated animals. The City of Jacksonville’s Mosquito Control Division is responsible for all mosquito control activities and efforts throughout the city.
5th of July beach clean up volunteers holding bags of collected trash
June 19, 2017
The City of Jacksonville and Keep Jacksonville Beautiful will partner with the Beaches Sea Turtle Patrol for the annual July 5th Beaches Cleanup following the Independence Day holiday.
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June 16, 2017
Today, Governor Rick Scott announced that the Jacksonville area added 22,700 new private-sector jobs in the last year. Jacksonville’s unemployment rate was 3.8 percent in May, down 0.6 percentage point from one year ago. Statewide, Florida businesses created 21,900 new jobs in May and the unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent, the lowest rate since August 2007. Since December 2010, Florida businesses have created 1,377,100 new private-sector jobs.

Jacksonville Vetrepreneur Summit
June 13, 2017
Attention current and future Veteran Business Owners. Join us at the FREE One Day Vetrepreneur Summit to learn:
  • How to Start or Build a Small Business
  • Small Business Contracting Opportunities
  • Resources Available
  • Financing Options
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June 12, 2017
The City of Jacksonville encourages citizens to educate and protect themselves and their families from mosquito-borne diseases.

Hurricane Matthew Flooding
June 12, 2017
News4JAX's Staci Spanos reports on the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, 7 months later.

Jax Journey, the Mayor's Summer Jobs Program
June 09, 2017
School’s out for students throughout the city, but nearly 350 kids are heading to work. As participants in the Mayor’s Summer Jobs Program, boys and girls, ages 16-21, will be provided an opportunity to explore career pathways in a variety of professional industries including education, business, medicine, government, sports and more. From shadowing nurses at Baptist Health, to serving as Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Explorers, youth will gain hands-on experience and information that will aid them in developing their career choices. 

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