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Jacksonville Beach Provides Multiple Platforms to Inform You On Beach and Ocean Safety

The City of Jacksonville Beach has multiple ways bathers and beachgoers can stay safe and know current Beach and Ocean Safety Information before and during their visit.


VISIT OUR WEBSITE
The City of Jacksonville Beach Ocean Rescue Division provides: tips to stay safe at the beach, ocean rescue frequently asked questions, downloadable beach and ocean safety education material, and more. You can visit our website by going to http://www.jacksonvillebeach.org/oceanrescue.


SUBSCRIBE TO BEACH AND OCEAN NOTIFICATIONS
The City of Jacksonville Beach Ocean Rescue Division has partnered with the City of Jacksonville’s ALERTJAX notification system to provide Beach and Ocean Safety notifications to subscribers. Subscribers will receive information such as: current beach conditions, beach safety information, and pertinent current beach and ocean safety information.
You can subscribe to ALERTJAX Beach and Ocean Safety Notifications by going to http://bit.ly/AlertJax or text DUVALBEACH to 888-777.


MOTE MARINE BEACH CONDITIONS REPORTING SYSTEM
In May 2020, the City of Jacksonville Beach began a partnership with MOTE Marine Laboratory to track and report current beach and ocean conditions. You can check for real-time beach conditions by going to https://visitbeaches.org/.


CALL THE LIFEGUARD STATION 
Bathers and beachgoers can always call the Lifeguard Station during normal business hours for information on current beach and ocean conditions by calling 904-249-9141.

 

Contact:

Max Everanian, Ocean Rescue Officer, 904-773-4914, mervanian@jaxbchfl.net

Call 911 for emergencies!

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