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If you wish to apply for a position, you will need to create a user name and password. It is important that you keep this information because you will need it each time you log in. By using the ID and password, you can check the status of your application at any time. You may also use your existing application information to apply for new positions as they become available.
If you need help in completing an application, please visit the Human Resources Department in Jacksonville City Hall where a workstation is available for this very purpose. Our staff is also ready to assist you weekdays between the hours of 8AM and 5PM, excluding holidays.
During business hours, please call 910-938-5248. After business hours, call 910-938-5249. Utilities will send somebody out to check the water lines.
If the leak or break is on the city side of the line it will be fixed by city employees. If a leak is located after the water passes through the meter, it is the responsibility of the customer to have the leak repaired.
After having the leak repaired, call us so that we can verify that there are no more leaks and we will make an adjustment to lower the sewer portion of your bill.
To speak to someone regarding your citation/case, contact the District Courthouse in Jacksonville at 910 478-3602 or the County Magistrate's Office at 910 478-3619.
Click to see if you can pay your ticket online.
Yes, registering for activities online is an option. In order to do so, you will need a user name and password to log-in online; these can be obtained by contacting the Recreation and Parks department at 910 938-5312.
For more information, please contact the Administration Office at 910-938-5312.
While we do not actually operate the youth soccer program, the Jacksonville Area Soccer Association (JASA) plays their games at Woodlands Park. For more information regarding JASA, you can view their webpage.
The sanitation “landfill tipping fee” is part of your monthly city utility bill; the residential charge is currently $15 per month.
To report traffic signal problems in other areas of Onslow County, call the Department of Transportation, NCDOT Traffic Services line at 910 341-0300.
To report traffic signal issues in other areas of Onslow County, call the Department of Transportation Traffic Services line at 910 341-0300.
To report a problem with a street sign, please call the City's Streets Division at 910 938-5333.