Sunshine Playground, the popular play area at South Beach Park, has reopened. A new shade structure was installed over the swing area. This improvement will help keep the fun going at the...
Many types of trees within our city are protected and cannot be removed without a permit. It pays to check first. A fine can be assessed for removing a protected tree without a permit.
Jacksonville beach has been designated a "Tree City USA" for over 20 years. The City takes great pride in its tree canopy and has adopted stringent requirements regulating the removal of a protected tree. Unless specifically listed as an "unprotected tree", any tree that has a diameter of six (6) inches or more is protected and may not be removed except as provided in Section 34-425 of the Land Development Code.
Call Code Enforcement at (904) 247-6232.
You can also download the Application for Tree Removal.
Work on the Duval County Shore Protection Project will begin again in April 2017. The project is nourishing eroded beach and rebuilding dunes devastated by Hurricane Matthew's passing in October...
The 71st Annual Opening of the Beaches Parade will be held on Sunday, April 30, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. This local community parade is a Beaches tradition and runs up and down 1st and...
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