In an abundance of caution, the City of Jacksonville will be enhancing mosquito control efforts as an additional protection against mosquito borne illnesses.
Onslow County officials have reported a case of mosquito-borne eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) v...
With your printed monthly utility bill, you should receive a copy of the "Your City" insert in the mail. City utility services also provides an eco-friendly option for receiving monthly residential and commercial utility bills. For those who opt...
A new rule released Wednesday, February 7, 2018 will give credit to military communities where before massive deployments have decreased their Census counts.
City of Jacksonville officials have played a major role in fighting a Vietnam era rule that had re...
A $4.5 million Federal Transit Administration Grant will provide for the construction of a multimodal transportation center for Jacksonville. It will serve bus, transit, bicycle and other forms of transportation at one central location.
The latest grant to...
(April 2, 2018) Sanitation crews will no longer collect residential recycling if containers include any items the City cannot send to the County Recycling Contractor.
Should your items not be collected, you should see a Notice tag on your contain...
The Jacksonville Police Department reminds all to be cautious when buying or selling items on local internet and social networking exchange sites.
As a service to the community, the Center for Public Safety maintains an Internet Shopping Exchange area in t...
Fee Increase Notice: On April 2, 2018, the Passport Application Execution Fee will increase from $25 to $35. This is a US Department of State mandated fee increase for all Passport Acceptance Facilities.
Upcoming Passport Fair: Saturday, ...
Jacksonville's National Night Out is right around the corner! Join us for this fun family event on Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 5-9PM (rain or shine) at Riverwalk Crossing Park. The event is open to the public. Admission, parking, and shuttle services are fre...
Register today for the free Money Management Seminar being held Saturday, August 18, 8AM - 12PM, in Meeting Rooms A & B at City Hall, 815 New Bridge Street.
The seminar is free & open to the public, but space is limited and registration is required...
Community Watch is a crime prevention program which enlists the active participation of Citizens in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime in their communities.
Knowing how to stay safe is key in helping our team continue to keep our community a great place to live.
Jacksonville Fire and Emergency Services works to provide Citizens Fire Prevention tips and education. Our main goal is to keep you free and safe from fire by providing fire safety education, inspections, and community outreach services.
Friday, July 27 from 1-3PM
Northeast Creek Park-Splash Pad
911 Corbin Street
Join us for an afternoon of learning about water safety and fun activities.
All ages welcome.
Refreshments will be provided.
Join us from 10AM-12PM on Saturday, Aug 11 for our Circus Streets Family Park Day at Riverwalk Crossing Park.
Fun activities for the entire family including circus entertainment, carnival games, face painting, obstacle courses, cotton candy and much more!
S.O.U.L. Society presents Soul Sessions.
A night of live music and performances with a message.
Join us by participating in our Parks Passport Challenge!
Answer each question by visiting the designated parks and submit your answers for a variety of prizes after visiting 5, 10, or 15 parks. Grand Prize will be drawn during our Chalk the Park...
Each summer, Jacksonville Recreation & Parks partners with Holiday City Mobile Home Park to operate their onsite pool.
The operating season is May 26-September 1, 2018. Location of the pool is 553 Corbin Street
Jacksonville Recreation & Parks operates two splash pad locations.
The Jack Amyette Recreation Center is a location for one of the splash pads.
The splash pad operates Monday-Saturday 10AM-7PM and Sunday 1-6PM
Sign up for programs and upcoming events held through the Recreation & Parks Department