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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 (such as the "Deck...

City Seasonal Paid Parking Program

The City Paid Parking Program  for 2015 runs from March 13 - September 30th. Paid Parking is available at the following Parking Lots:

  • Latham Plaza - 10 1st Street North
  • Pier...
Hazardous Waste Mobile Collection & Shredding Event - May 16, 2015

The City of Jacksonville Beach will be hosting a Hazardous Waste, E-Waste and shredding mobile collection event on Saturday, May 16, 2015....

April is Water Conservation Month

The St. Johns River Water Management District's Governing Board approved a proclamation on March 10, 2015, designating April as Water Conservation Month to heighten awareness about the importance...

Changes in Water Restrictions Effective Sunday, March 8, 2015

Sunday, March 8th marked the return to Daylight Savings Time which also means changes in the watering restrictions become effective.  The hours of irrigation will remain before 10:00am and after 4...

Downtown Jacksonville Beach Survey Results

The Downtown Jacksonville Beach Survey Results are now available.  A big thank you to everyone who took the time to participate in this process! Stay tuned for more opportunities to help shape our...

Renovated Paws Dog Park Now Open

Paws Dog Park has re-opened following a major renovation.  We are now accepting dog park membership applications.

Save time by mailing your application and payment to:

Parks &...

Licensed Low Speed Vehicle Parking
Licensed Low Speed Parking is available at the following locations
6th Avenue North2...
Splash Pad is Closed for the Season

The Splash Pad at Sunshine Park is closed for the season.  It will reopen for the 2015 season beginning Memorial Day Weekend.

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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