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Register for JaxParks' First Monopoly Tournament

February 14, 2023
The City of Jacksonville’s Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department has announced JaxParks’ First Monopoly Tournament to be held at Legends Center located at 5130 Soutel Drive, Jax, FL 32208 on Saturday, May 20th; doors open at 8:30 am and the tournament will start at 9:45 am.

Register Your Bicycle at the Bike DNA Event on February 24th and 25th

February 13, 2023
Protect your bike from theft.

Community Invited to Jacksonville Resilience Public Meetings

February 08, 2023
The City of Jacksonville is inviting Duval residents to a series of public meetings focused on resilience.

City of Jacksonville and University of Florida to Explore Possible New Graduate Campus

February 07, 2023

University of Florida and city leaders today committed to a partnership to explore creating a new graduate campus in Jacksonville focused on the introduction of innovative programs in medicine, business and engineering.

James Weldon Johnson Park's Hip Hop Festival Returns In February

February 06, 2023

James Weldon Johnson Park's Hip Hop Festival returns on Saturday, February 18, 2023 for its second year to once again shine light on the Duval Hip Hop scene while paying special homage to the late Paten Locke - a Duval based, internationally acclaimed Hip Hop Legend. The festival was so successful in 2022 that they have added a VIP Event, held at the Jessie Ball duPont Center the night before, featuring two Hip Hop Documentaries.

Need a Summer Job? Be a Lifeguard!

February 06, 2023
Summer is approaching, and the City of Jacksonville is seeking qualified lifeguards to staff City pools. This is a great opportunity to serve your community and make money!

City of Jacksonville to Host the 31st Annual World of Nations Celebration

February 06, 2023
The City of Jacksonville invites residents and visitors to the 31st Annual World of Nations Celebration. This multicultural festival brings the world to Jacksonville to showcase the diverse sights, sounds and tastes from nations around the globe.
 

ACPS Hosts Never Stray From Hope Adoption Event This Weekend

January 26, 2023

On Saturday and Sunday, Animal Care & Protective Services (ACPS) is hitting the road for a two day adoption event.

DIA, COJ Parks Department & Nonprofit Organizations Unite to Host "Riverfront 2025: A Look Ahead" Event on February 8

January 25, 2023

Meeting will provide updates on destination parks and other public-private development planned for Jacksonville’s Downtown

City to Host Homeless Veteran Stand Down

January 24, 2023
Annual Event Provides Resources for Homeless, At-Risk & Transitioning Veterans

Trail Ridge Landfill temporarily suspends collection of construction and demolition debris.

January 20, 2023
Effective Friday January 27, 2023, Trail Ridge Landfill (5110 US Hwy 301 Baldwin, FL 32233 / 904-748-6015) will temporarily suspend collection of construction and demolition debris and Class III waste. Click here for alternate disposal sites.  

City Offices and Facilities Closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 13, 2023
In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the following City government offices and facilities will be closed Monday, January 16, 2023.

Mayor Encourages Duuuval to Wear Teal & White, Show Support Friday

January 12, 2023
The Jacksonville Jaguars will be drippin’ in teal and white on Saturday night against the Los Angeles Chargers. In support of our reigning AFC South Champions, Mayor Lenny Curry encourages all of DUUUVALL to wear Jaguars gear this Friday, January 13.

Art in the Park Returns for its 3rd Annual Chalk Drawing Competition

January 10, 2023
Art in the Park, Northeast Florida’s only Chalk Drawing competition, returns to Jacksonville, presented by YaYa Productions, Friends of James Weldon Johnson Park, and made possible through a generous grant from the PNC Foundation. For the past two years, several illustrious artists joined the competition including Christopher Clark, Elena Ohlander, Roosevelt Watson III, Adrian Rhodes, Grace Bio, Marcus Williams, Jenn Veal, Maiye Elaine, Tatiana Kitchen and Ian and Danielle Cleary of HeartSpace Art. Last year, several talented students also competed and produced amazing chalk art.

Mayor Encourages Duuuval to Wear Teal on Friday

January 05, 2023
Mayor Lenny Curry is encouraging DUUUVAL County residents to join him in cheering on the Jacksonville Jaguars as they take on the Tennessee Titans in hopes of clinching the AFC South title and a trip to the NFL playoffs
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