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Splash Pad at South Beach Park is Closed for the Season

The Splash Pad located at South Beach Park is closed for the season. Splash Pad hours at 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Splash Pad season runs Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Beaches Energy Services Received FMEA "Restoring Communities Award"

The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) recently recognized Beaches Energy Services with a "Restoring Communities Award" for its efforts to quickly and safely restore power to Florida...

Jacksonville Beach Pier Re-opens

The Jacksonville Beach Pier partially re-opened on March 1, 2018.  The pier has been closed since October 2016 due to damage sustained during Hurricane Matthew.  Approximately 625 ft. of the pier...

Info on FDOT State Road A1A (3rd Street) Drainage Improvement Project

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) project will alleviate some of the most flood prone areas of Jacksonville Beach, State Road A1A or 3rd Street.  Improvements will be made to address...

Utility Scam Alert

Utility customers have reported receiving unsolicited phone calls regarding past due bills and disconnection of service.  The caller demands immediate payment through a pre-paid debit card. ...

Victim/Witness Assistance/Services Available

The Jacksonville Beach Police Department would like to make the public aware of the following victim/witness assistance/services available:

  • Counseling/Support Groups
  • Court...
2015 Downtown Action Plan

The City Council approved the Downtown Action Plan on June 15, 2015.   To view a copy of the approved Action Plan,...

Mayor Latham Connects with Jacksonville Beach Businesses

Mayor Latham periodically sends out emails to businesses in Jacksonville Beach.  He announces new businesses as well as upcoming activities that might be valuable to businesses.  If you would like...

Licensed Low Speed Vehicle Parking
Licensed Low Speed Parking is available at the following locations
6th Avenue North...
Flooding/Flood Protection Information

As with any low-lying coastal community, Jacksonville Beach can experience periodic flooding. Flooding most commonly occurs during the rainy season from June to November. The most severe flooding...

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