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We need citizens to get involved in our community by serving on a city board. You can learn more about our city boards here www.jacksonvillebeach.org/government/government/city-boards and submit your application. Your volunteer efforts will make a positive difference in our community!Now is the time to get involved in your local City Government!

Consider being involved in the Jacksonville Beach community, making a difference, and putting your skills and talents to work as a volunteer Board Member.

Board Members attend bi-monthly, monthly, or quarterly Board meetings. All qualified candidates will be considered.

If you are interested, please visit our website at www.jacksonvillebeach.org/government/government/city-boards for our Board Descriptions and Application for Appointment to a City Board.
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2 days ago

We need citizens to get involved in our community by serving on a city board. You can learn more about our city boards here http://www.jacksonvillebeach.org/government/government/city-boards and submit your application. Your volunteer efforts will make a positive difference in our community!

The first lighted pedestrian crosswalk on Penman Rd at 4th Ave N is almost ready to be operational. Two more lighted pedestrian crosswalks are planned for 8th Ave N and 15th Ave N on Penman Rd. Because Penman Rd is a county road, these are being installed by City of Jacksonville. Special thanks to Bill Gulliford for getting this project started and Councilman Rory Diamond for ensuring funds were included and approved in the 2020 budget. Bike and pedestrian safety on Penman has been a top priority for me and my vision of a safe Penman Road also includes a multi-use path installed along the full length of Penman Road so bikes and pedestrians can also travel safely north or south along this route! I look forward to the completion of the Complete Streets study of Penman to identify more safety improvements for the roadway! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

The first lighted pedestrian crosswalk on Penman Rd at 4th Ave N is almost ready to be operational. Two more lighted pedestrian crosswalks are planned for 8th Ave N and 15th Ave N on Penman Rd. Because Penman Rd is a county road, these are being installed by City of Jacksonville. Special thanks to Bill Gulliford for getting this project started and Councilman Rory Diamond for ensuring funds were included and approved in the 2020 budget. Bike and pedestrian safety on Penman has been a top priority for me and my vision of a safe Penman Road also includes a multi-use path installed along the full length of Penman Road so bikes and pedestrians can also travel safely north or south along this route! I look forward to the completion of the Complete Streets study of Penman to identify more safety improvements for the roadway!Image attachment

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Good work: long overdue!

Yay💃💃 We can cross safely now! Thank you Sandy Koralis Golding

Good job!

Thank you !!! 👍

Penman Road is not "owned" by Jacksonville Beach, It will be updated by Jacksonville who controls it. Jacksonville Beach politicians will not make the decisions.

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Jacksonville Beach positive COVID cases are up to 209. Please take the necessary precautions to protect you, your family and at-risk neighbors from exposure to the virus.With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Northeast Florida and the beaches community, social distancing of 6 feet is more important than ever! If social distancing isn't easy or possible, please wear a mask! Check out this great resource from the CDC on mask-wearing: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/about-face-coverings.html ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Jacksonville Beach positive COVID cases are up to 209. Please take the necessary precautions to protect you, your family and at-risk neighbors from exposure to the virus.

Happy Tuesday! We are so blessed to be able to enjoy these amazing sunrises every day! Make it a great day! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Happy Tuesday! We are so blessed to be able to enjoy these amazing sunrises every day! Make it a great day!

Special thanks to Kevin Brown, his Marine Coastal Club students and all the other volunteers who planted 2,500 sea oats this morning in Jacksonville Beach to harden our dunes against storms! Kevin is passing on the importance of protecting our dunes to all his students as well as his grandkids! I look forward to seeing the sea oats grow big and strong!!! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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It was HOT - but enjoyable! Glad to had the opportunity!

Thanks for your hard work.

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