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April 27, 2017
Show your neighborhood and city pride by helping FIGHT BLIGHT in Jacksonville! Duval County residents (proof of residency is required) can receive a cash REWARD for their efforts to help clean up and dispose of old tires and “snipe” signs found throughout the city. Earn $2 per tire up to 10 tires and 50 cents per sign up to 40 signs, with a maximum payout of $40, or $20 maximum per item.
Mayor Lenny Curry Signs Pension Legislation
April 25, 2017
City Council Passes Pension Reform Plan Solving Debt Crisis Once and for All
April 24, 2017
Adventure Kayak extends hours at Hanna Park
downtown jacksonville buildings
April 24, 2017
Governor Rick Scott announced today that the Jacksonville area added 23,700 new private-sector jobs over the year in March. The area’s unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in March, down 0.5 percentage point from one year ago. In the last year, Florida businesses created 233,800 new jobs, bringing the total number of new jobs added since December 2010 to 1,353,000.
EARTH DAY CLEANUP
April 20, 2017
While fight blight efforts are a consistent part of Mayor Lenny Curry’s administration, the City’s Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission and Hyatt Regency are teaming up to host a cleanup in observance of Earth Day (April 22). Volunteers are needed for the fifth annual event that will include a cleanup of areas inside of Liberty, Water, Jefferson and Church streets. 
April 14, 2017
The City of Jacksonville will join communities throughout the nation to observe National Community Development (NCD) Week, April 17 - 22, recognizing the contributions and successful outcomes of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. CDBG is a federal formula entitlement grant awarded annually to the City through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. NCD Week is observed to raise awareness about the benefits provided to the community through various CDBG programs.
Jacksonville seniors enjoying the 2016 Fish-A-Thon at Hanna Park
April 14, 2017
The City of Jacksonville Senior Services Division is recognizing the many amazing senior volunteers who are giving back to the Jacksonville community through programs including the Independent Living Program, RSVP Program, Foster Grandparent Program, and more.

April 13, 2017
“Never Stray from Hope” is the message Animal Care and Protective Services (ACPS) seeks to convey each day as it serves citizens with animal control, veterinary services, pet adoptions and more. With a mission to save the lives of all adoptable animals in the community, ACPS receives approximately 12,000 animals on average per year. This number could change thanks to a Lifesaving Impact Grant awarded by the Petco Foundation. The grant will provide ACPS with $200,000 over two years to expand animal behavior and volunteer programs, and help improve adoption numbers with increased community involvement and visibility. 
Marines lay a memorial wreath during the 2016 Memorial Day Observance at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Wall.
April 12, 2017
Jacksonville is home to the nation’s second largest veterans memorial wall. Beginning Thursday, Jacksonville will temporarily be home to a replica of the nation’s largest memorial wall, the Vietnam War Memorial Wall located in Washington, D.C.
The Main Library at 303 N. Laura St.
April 11, 2017
Established by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month is one of the largest literary celebrations in the nation, dedicated to celebrating poetry’s important place in our culture.
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