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Jacksonville North Carolina Government Welcome to the Official City of Jacksonville, NC page where you can find important information about events, meetings, City services and more.
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Jacksonville, NC is the commercial hub of Onslow County and home to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. This Jacksonville North Carolina Government page is a moderated online discussion site and is one platform the City uses to communicate with Citizens and visitors. While comments posted will not be deleted based on the content generally, the City reserves the right to block, hide or remove

Jacksonville, NC is the commercial hub of Onslow County and home to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. This Jacksonville North Carolina Government page is a moderated online discussion site and is one platform the City uses to communicate with Citizens and visitors. While comments posted will not be deleted based on the content generally, the City reserves the right to block, hide or remove

Operating as usual

04/20/2021
City Council Meeting

April 20, 5PM - Items on the agenda include public hearings for the FY22 budget and Unified Development Ordinance text amendment regarding governmental facilities. Also on the agenda is continued review of FY22 budget.

Interested in getting more involved in City matters? Apply to become a member of an advisory board or committee. Vacanci...
04/16/2021

Interested in getting more involved in City matters? Apply to become a member of an advisory board or committee. Vacancies are now available on the Environmental & Appearance, Water & Sewer, and Neighborhood Improvement Services advisory committees, as well as the Planning Board. Apply today: https://bit.ly/3ttJDOL

04/16/2021

The City of Jacksonville is looking for individuals interested in working with the Parks Department to keep the City Clean & Green. The Temporary Parks Maintenance Worker performs responsible semiskilled manual work in a variety of construction, repair and maintenance assignments involving the use of specialized tools and small equipment; does related work as required. Typical Tasks: Maintaining and repairing parks, public grounds, operating a variety of equipment, mowers and trucks. Work is performed under regular supervision.

This is a temporary position with the City of Jacksonville that will run April 5-October 31, 2021 working 40 hours per week. You must be at least 18 years of age to work with the Parks Department and enjoy working outdoors.

For more information, and to start the application process, click here: https://bit.ly/3bPnP9Y

04/14/2021

2PM Update: The work has been completed and the road is now back open to traffic.

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Traffic Advisory: A portion Winthrope Way is closed to traffic for an emergency water line repair. City crews are on scene now to repair the damaged line. This repair is estimated to take between 4 and 5 hours to complete. Once the repair is complete, the road will be reopened.

Citizens who live in the Winthrope Way area may have limited access by road while repairs are in progress.

For more information on this road closure and water line repair, call City Utilities Maintenance at 910 938-5249.

04/13/2021
City Council Budget Workshop

April 13, 2021 5PM - Items on the agenda include concepts for the Riverwalk Marina Pavilion, the FY22 capital improvement plan, and a FY22 budget review.

04/13/2021
COVID-19 Governor Update

2PM, April 13, 2021 - Members of the NC Coronavirus Task Force provide an update on COVID-19 in North Carolina

04/13/2021

Traffic Advisory 9:45AM Update: City of Jacksonville Traffic Signals crews and a NCDOT contractor have completed repairs at the Western Blvd and Country Club Rd intersection. The intersection is now fully open and traffic flow has returned to normal.

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Traffic Advisory, 8AM: Avoid the area of Western Boulevard and Country Club Road while Jacksonville Police and City Traffic Signal crews clear the roadway following an accident.

Traffic Advisory: A portion of Georgetown Road will close to traffic overnight for a stormwater line repair between the ...
04/12/2021

Traffic Advisory: A portion of Georgetown Road will close to traffic overnight for a stormwater line repair between the hours of 10PM Tuesday, April 13 and 6AM Wednesday, April 14, 2021. City crews will replace a deteriorated stormwater pipe that crosses underneath Georgetown Road near Darden Street. The work is weather dependent.

Citizens who live in the Georgetown area may have limited access by road while street repairs are in progress. This work is being done overnight in an effort to minimize impact to the neighborhood.

For more information on this road closure and stormwater line repair, call Jacksonville Public Services at 910 938-5333.

Traffic Advisory: A portion of Georgetown Road will close to traffic overnight for a stormwater line repair between the hours of 10PM Tuesday, April 13 and 6AM Wednesday, April 14, 2021. City crews will replace a deteriorated stormwater pipe that crosses underneath Georgetown Road near Darden Street. The work is weather dependent.

Citizens who live in the Georgetown area may have limited access by road while street repairs are in progress. This work is being done overnight in an effort to minimize impact to the neighborhood.

For more information on this road closure and stormwater line repair, call Jacksonville Public Services at 910 938-5333.

04/09/2021

Traffic Advisory Update (2:39PM, 4/9/2021): NC53, Burgaw Hwy, is now closed between Haws Run Road and Foy Lockamy Road due to a two vehicle accident. Traffic will be detoured for some time at that location.

Jacksonville's Neighborhood Improvement Services Advisory Committee with the help of some City Staff prepared 200 meals ...
04/09/2021

Jacksonville's Neighborhood Improvement Services Advisory Committee with the help of some City Staff prepared 200 meals for an appreciation lunch today. The grab-and-go cookout was held as a 'thank you' to all employees who work in the heat to keep City services running, including Sanitation, Streets, Recreation, Parks, and others. #OneCity #CDWeek2021

Surplus Items Available for Public Bidding: The Jacksonville City Council has authorized property declared surplus to be...
04/08/2021

Surplus Items Available for Public Bidding: The Jacksonville City Council has authorized property declared surplus to be placed for public auction on GovDeals. com. Auction items include six City Transit buses, a front loading refuse truck, John Deere side mowing tractor, two side-by-side ATVs, a Mazda6, a Nissan Rogue, two Dodge Charger police cars, a speed monitor trailer, a crew cab dump truck, a John Deere 35D excavator, a John Deere mowing tractor with bush hog, generators and more.

To view and bid on auction items, go to GovDeals.com, click Advanced Search under the search bar, click on the Find Item tab and select 'Jacksonville NC' in the drop down menu. All items included in the auction by the City of Jacksonville will appear when loaded. The auction will close Tuesday, April 19, 2021 at the time listed for each item.

Surplus Items Available for Public Bidding: The Jacksonville City Council has authorized property declared surplus to be placed for public auction on GovDeals. com. Auction items include six City Transit buses, a front loading refuse truck, John Deere side mowing tractor, two side-by-side ATVs, a Mazda6, a Nissan Rogue, two Dodge Charger police cars, a speed monitor trailer, a crew cab dump truck, a John Deere 35D excavator, a John Deere mowing tractor with bush hog, generators and more.

To view and bid on auction items, go to GovDeals.com, click Advanced Search under the search bar, click on the Find Item tab and select 'Jacksonville NC' in the drop down menu. All items included in the auction by the City of Jacksonville will appear when loaded. The auction will close Tuesday, April 19, 2021 at the time listed for each item.

#CDWeek2021 Spotlight: Onslow Community Outreach held an opening ceremony for the Shelter and Housing Support Center at ...
04/07/2021

#CDWeek2021 Spotlight: Onslow Community Outreach held an opening ceremony for the Shelter and Housing Support Center at 1210 Hargett Street on October 29, 2020. This facility provides traditional emergency shelter services for adults and families, street outreach and rapid rehousing to prevent or reduce homelessness of our most vulnerable populations within the County.

The City of Jacksonville Neighborhood Improvement Services provided $375,000 for the shelter through funding from a federal Community Development Block Grant. #CDBG funds are received annually by Jacksonville, which is an 'Entitlement City' from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Logan Sosa was sworn in April 6, 2021, at the City Council workshop, to serve on Jacksonville City Council.  City Counci...
04/06/2021

Logan Sosa was sworn in April 6, 2021, at the City Council workshop, to serve on Jacksonville City Council. City Council chose Sosa from a field of 17 applicants to fill the vacant Ward 3 seat at their March 16 regular meeting.

Councilmember Sosa fills a vacancy left by former Mayor Pro Tem Michael Lazzara who was elected to the NC Senate in November. Congratulations Councilmember Sosa!

04/06/2021
City Council Meeting

April 6, 2021 - Items on the agenda include a swearing in ceremony for Ward 3 Councilman Logan Sosa, a look at the Community Development Block Grant annual action plan, the sale of old Fire Station 2, designating a voting delegate for the NC League of Municipalities Virtual City Summit, part 3 of the City parks master plan, designs for Riverwalk Marina Pavilion, and and introduction to the FY22 budget.

04/06/2021
CDBG Week - Country Club Villas Neighborhood

With the help of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, City of Jacksonville Neighborhood Improvement Services was able to continue efforts to help revitalize the Country Club Villas area in 2020.

ICYMI: Take a look inside two affordable townhomes that have been completely renovated and are now for sale. Qualified buyers may receive assistance when purchasing a home through the City's housing initiative. For details about these homes and information about the City's housing initiative, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/ForSale

#CDWeek2021

04/05/2021
Neighborhood Improvement Services Public Input Session

City of Jacksonville's Neighborhood Improvement Services Division has completed a draft of the Annual Action Plan for FY 2021-2022, as required by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Annual Action Plan contains the City’s plan for utilization of its annual allocation of funds to be received from HUD in FY 2021-2022.

It is estimated that in FY 2021-2022 the City will receive $372,980 in entitlement funding and approximately $220,774 in program income for a total of $593,754 to be used for eligible programs to include:
- Clearance and Demolition
- Nonprofit Funding
- Residential Rehabilitation
- Acquisition

04/05/2021
2021 CD Week Proclamation

Join us this week as we highlight and celebrate all the accomplishments made in the City of Jacksonville through Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. #CDWeek2021

Learn more at JacksonvilleNC.gov/CD

04/02/2021
Sidewalk Maintenance in Jacksonville

Working on tidying up your yard this weekend? Don't forget to maintain any sidewalk adjoining your property.

Residents and business owners are responsible for keeping sidewalks adjoining their property clear of weeds, overgrown bushes and branches. Sidewalks should allow pedestrians to safely pass without trip hazards or entering the street due to obstacles.

Traffic Advisory: On Monday, April 5, 2021 a contractor will begin resurfacing part of Carolina Forest Boulevard from We...
04/01/2021

Traffic Advisory: On Monday, April 5, 2021 a contractor will begin resurfacing part of Carolina Forest Boulevard from Western Boulevard to Terry Lee Lanier Drive, weather permitting. Work will begin on the northbound lane near the Western Boulevard intersection.

This resurfacing project is part of a street rehabilitation series to improve the condition of roadways throughout Jacksonville.

Drivers can expect intermittent lane closures between 9AM and 4PM, Monday through Friday. During the construction period drivers should consider using alternate routes such Ramsey Road to avoid delays.

For more information on this project, call City of Jacksonville Engineering at 910 938-5233.

March 31-April 2, 2021 Altered Sanitation Schedule: City of Jacksonville offices will be open for business on Friday, Ap...
03/30/2021

March 31-April 2, 2021 Altered Sanitation Schedule: City of Jacksonville offices will be open for business on Friday, April 2, 2021. Because the County Landfill is closed on Good Friday, City Sanitation services will be altered Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Thursday routes will be collected on Wednesday, and Friday routes will be collected on Thursday. All City Yard Waste will be collected Friday, April 2.

Questions? Visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation or call Jacksonville Sanitation at 910 938-5338.

Update: The street resurfacing project in the Foxhorn Village area is now scheduled to begin Monday, April 5, 2021.-----...
03/26/2021

Update: The street resurfacing project in the Foxhorn Village area is now scheduled to begin Monday, April 5, 2021.

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Traffic Advisory: A large street resurfacing project will begin Monday, March 29, 2021 in the Foxhorn Village area. A contractor will be resurfacing all of E Windgate Court, a portion of Foxhorn Road from McDaniel Drive to W Fairway Road, and a portion of W Fairway Road from N Marine Boulevard to Foxhorn Road. This resurfacing project is part of a street rehabilitation series to improve the condition of roadways throughout Jacksonville.

Residents will have access to their homes and driveways throughout the project, but Citizens who live in the area should avoid parking on the street while roads are being resurfaced. Motorists driving through the area can expect lane closures between 7AM and 6PM, Monday through Friday. There will be detour signs for drivers, and traffic control crews will help maintain traffic flow. The work is weather dependent.

For more information on this street resurfacing project, call City of Jacksonville Engineering at 910 938-5233.

03/25/2021

5PM, March 25 - Piedmont Natural Gas responded to the gas leak in the Georgetown area and has shut off the gas. Roads are beginning to reopen in the Georgetown area and people will be allowed back into the buildings in that area soon.

03/25/2021

4PM, March 25, 2021 Advisory: There is a gas leak in the Georgetown area. Public Safety is asking people to avoid the area until further notice.

Jacksonville Transit is looking for qualified drivers. Full & part-time shifts are available. Drivers will be employed b...
03/22/2021

Jacksonville Transit is looking for qualified drivers. Full & part-time shifts are available. Drivers will be employed by private contractor First Transit. Call 919 685-2892 to start your journey.

JacksonvilleNC.gov/Transit

03/19/2021

Jacksonville Transit is looking for qualified drivers.

Minimum Requirements
• CDL license, with Airbrake and Passenger Endorsements
• Possess a good driving record
• 21 years of age
• At least 3 years of personal or professional driving experience
• Good customer service skills
• Pass background check, drug test, and DOT physical

Why Apply?
• Full & part-time shifts available
• Competitive wages ($12.50/hr with the opportunity for increases)
• Attractive benefits package

Drivers will be employed by private contractor First Transit.
Call 919 685-2892 to start your journey.

03/18/2021

Clouds from the system made for an interesting sunset tonight.

The threat of severe weather for our area has been downgraded to a slight risk. You should still make sure you are able ...
03/18/2021

The threat of severe weather for our area has been downgraded to a slight risk. You should still make sure you are able to receive weather warnings throughout the evening.

3/18/21 4:45pm Update - The latest severe weather outlook has placed portions of Eastern NC in a Slight Risk for severe weather with most inland counties remaining in an Enhanced Risk. Keep in mind, that does NOT mean the risk level is zero! There remains a potential for scattered to numerous severe thunderstorms producing damaging winds along with a few tornadoes. It's important to have multiple ways to receive warnings tonight and not let your guard down!

Since severe weather is possible during your drive home late afternoon into the evening, keep these tips in mind:- Never...
03/18/2021

Since severe weather is possible during your drive home late afternoon into the evening, keep these tips in mind:
- Never shelter from a tornado in your vehicle or under an overpass
- If power is out at an intersection, treat it as a four-way stop
- Never drive through a flooded roadway
- Have your radio on to receive emergency messages

While the severe weather threat has diminished slightly (we are still at an enhanced level), City crews are preparing fo...
03/18/2021

While the severe weather threat has diminished slightly (we are still at an enhanced level), City crews are preparing for any effects of the forecasted weather. Barricades and cones have been loaded and staged in case street closures are necessary due to flooding or downed trees. Streets crews began the day by clearing catch basins and ditches in order to help prevent streets from flooding. Additional Utilities Maintenance and Stormwater crews will be on standby this evening should they need to respond to a water or sewer emergency. #OneCity

Jacksonville Transit will continue operating a normal schedule, Thursday, March 18, 2021, as long as conditions permit. ...
03/18/2021

Jacksonville Transit will continue operating a normal schedule, Thursday, March 18, 2021, as long as conditions permit. Passengers are encouraged to monitor the City’s social media platforms and the Transloc smartphone app for status updates regarding service throughout the storm.

JacksonvilleNC.gov/TransitSchedule

The risk of severe weather impacting our area this afternoon into evening is still high. Make sure you have a safe and s...
03/18/2021

The risk of severe weather impacting our area this afternoon into evening is still high. Make sure you have a safe and secure place to go today. Have several ways to receive emergency notifications. And, stay tuned to local weather forecasts.

JacksonvilleNC.gov/Connect

Onslow County Government
03/18/2021
Onslow County Government

Onslow County Government

Onslow County Offices closing early in advance of expected Severe Weather
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Onslow County offices will close at 3PM to the public in order to prepare for expected severe weather this evening. The Sheriff’s Office will stay open until 5PM. The National Weather Service is predicting the potential for severe weather outbreak remains likely this afternoon & evening. All severe hazards remain possible including damaging wind gusts, large hail more than 1-inch in diameter, and tornadoes. A few tornadoes could be strong.
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County offices will close early to allow for preparations for the storm effects. The County Landfill will also close at 3PM to start operations to prepare it for the expected heavy rains and conditions. Also closing at 3PM will be the County’s Convenience sites.
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Onslow Emergency Services officials are urging residents to ensure they have a dependable method of receiving warnings and watches, and that they are signed up for alerts through Onslow County. They can do so by going to OnslowCountyNC.gov/alerts and signing up there.
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Officials urged residents to know where you go when a tornado warning is sounded, and to ensure they have a system to receive emergency alerts.

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815 New Bridge St
Jacksonville, NC
28540

Jacksonville Transit Bus Service available throughout the City and on Camp Lejeune, New River Air Station and Camp Geiger. Transit schedules are available at www.JacksonvilleNC.gov/Transit

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The Jacksonville North Carolina Government page is a moderated online discussion site and is one platform the City uses to communicate with Citizens and visitors of Jacksonville. While comments posted will not be deleted based on the content generally, the City reserves the right to block, hide or remove comments and posts that contain the following: • Vulgar, abusive or threatening language, defamatory statements or nudity in profile pictures or attachments • Personal attacks, hate speech or offensive terminology targeting individuals or groups of individuals • Suggestions or encouragement of illegal activity • Unsolicited business proposals, endorsements, or promotion of commercial services, products or entities • Infringements of copyrights, trademarks or other intellectual property • Endorsements of political parties, candidates or groups • Off-topic comments and posts, spam or links to unrelated sites Violations of our Social Media Comment Policy can result in the offending user being banned from use of City's social media sites. Comments posted by the public do not reflect the opinions of the City of Jacksonville, its employees, or elected officials. Comments and submissions posted to this page are subject to the North Carolina Public Records Law and may be disclosed to third parties. Visit JacksonvilleNC.gov for information regarding City events, meetings, educational materials, recreation programs, services, online bill pay, applications and forms, Capital Improvement Plans, the City Municipal Code and much more.

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