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06/04/2021

Traffic Advisory: A contractor will begin a major paving project the week of June 7, 2021. This resurfacing project is part of a street rehabilitation series to improve the condition of roadways throughout Jacksonville.

Portions of several City streets will be resurfaced. Citizens who live in the paving areas will maintain access to their homes throughout the project but are asked not to park in the street during this time.

Crews will be paving a portion of the following:
- Village Drive (from Western Blvd to Winchester Rd)
- Greenbriar Drive (from Greenbriar Ct to Pine Valley Rd)
- Greenbriar Court
- Perry Drive (from Greenway Dr. to Pine Valley Rd.)
- Hyatt Circle (from Dixie Trl to Commons Dr. S)
- Dixie Trail (from Hyatt Cir to Sunset Rd)
- Nottingham Road (from Marion Ct to Robinhood Dr.)
- Indian Drive (from Gary Ct. to Brookdale)
- Tweed Drive (from Northwoods Dr. to Ramona Ave.)
- David Place
- Grimsby Place
- Coventry Court

The street paving work is weather dependent. For more information on this paving project, call the City of Jacksonville Streets Division at 910 938-5333.

Reminder: City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day. Jacksonville Sanitation...
05/28/2021

Reminder: City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day.

Jacksonville Sanitation Collection will run on a holiday schedule for the week of May 31, 2021. No yard waste will be collected May 31-June 4. For the full Sanitation Collection Schedule, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation

Starting June 1, in an effort to beat the heat, Sanitation crews begin collection operations at 6:30AM. This allows employees to adjust to the summer heat and work more efficiently. Items normally placed out at the curb by 7:30AM should be placed ready for collection by 6AM throughout the summer months.

Reminder: City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day.

Jacksonville Sanitation Collection will run on a holiday schedule for the week of May 31, 2021. No yard waste will be collected May 31-June 4. For the full Sanitation Collection Schedule, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation

Starting June 1, in an effort to beat the heat, Sanitation crews begin collection operations at 6:30AM. This allows employees to adjust to the summer heat and work more efficiently. Items normally placed out at the curb by 7:30AM should be placed ready for collection by 6AM throughout the summer months.

05/26/2021

Traffic Advisory: A contractor will begin a major paving project on Thursday, May 27, 2021. This resurfacing project is part of a street rehabilitation series to improve the condition of roadways throughout Jacksonville.

Portions of several City streets will be resurfaced. Citizens who live in the paving areas will maintain access to their homes throughout the project but are asked not to park in the street during this time.

Crews will be paving a portion of the following:
- Georgetown Road (from the 400 block to the Darden St intersection)
- King Street
- Gary Court
- Hendricks Court
- Indian Drive (from 2208 to 2200)
- Forest Grove Avenue (700 block)

The street paving work is weather dependent. For more information on this paving project, call the City of Jacksonville Streets Division at 910 938-5333.

05/26/2021

Need a passport? City of Jacksonville Passport Services have resumed operations with temporary adjustments to procedures in place for continued safety. Learn more at JacksonvilleNC.gov/Passports

05/24/2021
05/24/2021

Burn Ban for Onslow County and Surrounding Areas: With dry conditions creating an increased fire risk, the N.C. Forest Service has issued a ban on all open burning and has canceled all burning permits for 26 counties. The burn ban will remain in effect until further notice. More: https://www.ncforestservice.gov/news_pubs/newsdesk_2021.htm#05242021

05/21/2021

Event Traffic Advisory: The downtown area will see increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic this Saturday, May 22 from the New River Splash event. The event includes a morning triathlon and 5K. Drivers should be on the lookout for runners and bikers who may be traveling through the downtown area, including some residential streets. New River Splash also features a festival with vendors and water sports from 9AM-1PM at LP Willingham Park. For more information on New River Splash, visit https://www.playjosc.com/new-river-splash

05/20/2021

Splash Pad Season is here early! Both splash pad locations will open this Friday, May 21 at 10AM. For more information, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/SplashPad

05/17/2021

City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021 for Memorial Day.

Jacksonville Sanitation Collection will run on a holiday schedule for the week of May 31, 2021. No yard waste will be collected May 31-June 4. For the full Sanitation Collection Schedule, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation

Starting June 1, in an effort to beat the heat, Sanitation crews begin collection operations at 6:30AM. This allows employees to adjust to the summer heat and work more efficiently. Items normally placed out at the curb by 7:30AM should be placed ready for collection by 6AM throughout the summer months.

05/14/2021

Traffic Advisory: The intersection of Seminole Trail and Sioux Drive will temporarily close during the week of May 17, 2021. A contractor will conduct an emergency sewer line repair beginning Monday, May 17, which could take several days to complete.

The intersection will close to through traffic for the duration of the emergency repair work. Detour signs will be posted to direct drivers around the work site. Citizens who live on Cheyenne Road, Mitchell Road, Idaho Drive, and Bosco Drive may see increased traffic from detoured drivers.

In addition to repairing the sewer line, the contractor will also repair a large depression in the intersection. For more information on this sewer line repair project, call City of Jacksonville Engineering at 910 938-5233.

Need to contact 9-1-1 while you're in the Jacksonville city limits? You can now text a message to a telecommunicator who...
05/03/2021

Need to contact 9-1-1 while you're in the Jacksonville city limits? You can now text a message to a telecommunicator who is ready to assist you during an emergency.

Text to 911 is Live
New resource in Emergency Communications (Posted 5 3 21)

The Jacksonville Public Safety 911 Center now has the capability to communicate with callers by text. Text to 911 will allow callers to communicate directly with 911 Telecommunicators via text when the text is made within the City limits.

The system utilizes the same protocols as a voice call to 911. “The texter will receive an automatic message from the 911 Center to confirm the start of the texting conversation,” said Kristy Smith, who supervises the Jacksonville Public Safety 911 Center. “Text to 911 will work with all cellular service providers.”

The Text to 911 System allows the Telecommunicator to automatically transfer the call into the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System used for 911. Callers utilizing Text to 911 can also provide photos via text.

“Text to 911 is another important tool in providing the highest quality of public safety services in Jacksonville,” said Chief Mike Yaniero, Public Safety Director.

Photos from Jacksonville North Carolina Government's post
04/16/2021

Photos from Jacksonville North Carolina Government's post

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.

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.

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.

03/08/2021

Traffic Advisory for Thur, March 11: A portion of Dennis Road and all of Spruce Court will close to traffic for a sewer line repair beginning at 8PM on Thursday, March 11, 2021. The repair is expected to be completed and the roads reopened early Friday morning.

A broken sewer line is causing a sink hole in the road. Crews will replace the sewer line and fill in the hole overnight.

Citizens who live near the end of Dennis Road or along Spruce Court may have limited access by road while the repair is in progress. This work is being done overnight to minimize impact on those who live in the area.

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

Looking to get your hands on a fixer upper in Jacksonville? Here's a unique opportunity to create your own space from a ...
02/26/2021

Looking to get your hands on a fixer upper in Jacksonville? Here's a unique opportunity to create your own space from a former Fire Station located on Barn Street. The City of Jacksonville is selling this property now zoned Residential in the Northwoods neighborhood. Contact City Attorney John Carter to schedule a viewing: 910 938-5221

Property Information: JacksonvilleNC.gov/CityPropertyForSale

Looking to get your hands on a fixer upper in Jacksonville? Here's a unique opportunity to create your own space from a former Fire Station located on Barn Street. The City of Jacksonville is selling this property now zoned Residential in the Northwoods neighborhood. Contact City Attorney John Carter to schedule a viewing: 910 938-5221

Property Information: JacksonvilleNC.gov/CityPropertyForSale

02/19/2021

Traffic Advisory for the week of February 22, 2021: NCDOT will begin mill and fill work at the intersection of Western Boulevard and Gum Branch Road on Monday, weather permitting. The work is scheduled to last up to two weeks. Drivers should expect daytime lane closures and are urged to seek alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion and delay.

Once the work is complete, two left turn lanes from Gum Branch Road onto Western Boulevard will go into operation.

Photos from Jacksonville North Carolina Government's post
02/18/2021

Photos from Jacksonville North Carolina Government's post

02/17/2021

The Jacksonville City Council is seeking applicants to fill the vacant Ward 3 seat. Those wishing to be considered must submit a letter of interest to the City Clerk no later than 5PM on March 9, 2021.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, must be registered to vote, and must live within Ward 3. The City Council will consider applicants at their March 16 meeting.

The Ward 3 seat was previously held by Michael Lazzara but was left empty after his election to the NC Senate in the recent general election.

Letters of interest can be mailed to the City Clerk at PO Box 128, Jacksonville, NC 28541-0128, emailed to [email protected], or they can be dropped off at Jacksonville City Hall at 815 New Bridge St.

A map of the City of Jacksonville Voting Wards can be found online at JacksonvilleNC.gov/Wards and is included with this media release. Citizens may also contact the Onslow County Board of Elections to find their Voting Ward.

02/03/2021

Traffic Advisory: Traffic will be blocked near 137 Bethesda Street on Thursday, as City of Jacksonville Street crews will replace a stormwater culvert. The project is scheduled to begin by 8AM on Thursday, February 4, 2021 and be completed by late afternoon the same day.

During construction, the road will be closed to traffic at the site of the work. Residents in the affected areas will have access to their homes and are asked to follow the detour signs. The roadway will reopen once construction is complete.

The stormwater culvert work is being done to help ease street flooding during heavy rain events. The project is weather dependent and may be rescheduled if necessary. For more information on this project, residents can call the City of Jacksonville Streets Division at 910 938-5333.

As a Precaution, City Wells to be Tested Following ONWASA Findings: Following a release of findings from the Onslow Wate...
01/30/2021

As a Precaution, City Wells to be Tested Following ONWASA Findings: Following a release of findings from the Onslow Water and Sewer Authority on Friday, January 29, 2021, the City of Jacksonville would like to reassure City utility customers that their water is safe to use and consume. The media release from ONWASA stated the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) had been discovered near two of their wells within a mile of a Marine Corps Base landing field in the Holly Ridge area.

The City of Jacksonville draws its water from two sources located deep underground, and none are near the area in question. The first source is comprised of two well fields, one located off Gum Branch Road, and the other off Highway 258 near Richlands. The second source consists of 20 wells which pull from the Castle Hayne aquifer. The water is treated to microscopic levels at the City’s Water Plant.

Jacksonville water is tested several times a day, every day, in accordance with State and Federal regulations. Though City of Jacksonville wells are not near the area of the PFAS discovery, the City will conduct targeted testing of each well for PFAS in the coming weeks as a precaution.

There is no current boil water advisory in effect for City of Jacksonville utility customers. Should residents have questions about their City of Jacksonville water, they can call the City Water Plant at 910 938-5234.

ONWASA Information: https://www.onwasa.com/DocumentCenter/View/4031/Media-Release-MCOLF-Camp-Davis-South-PFAS-Release-1-29-2021-

As a Precaution, City Wells to be Tested Following ONWASA Findings: Following a release of findings from the Onslow Water and Sewer Authority on Friday, January 29, 2021, the City of Jacksonville would like to reassure City utility customers that their water is safe to use and consume. The media release from ONWASA stated the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) had been discovered near two of their wells within a mile of a Marine Corps Base landing field in the Holly Ridge area.

The City of Jacksonville draws its water from two sources located deep underground, and none are near the area in question. The first source is comprised of two well fields, one located off Gum Branch Road, and the other off Highway 258 near Richlands. The second source consists of 20 wells which pull from the Castle Hayne aquifer. The water is treated to microscopic levels at the City’s Water Plant.

Jacksonville water is tested several times a day, every day, in accordance with State and Federal regulations. Though City of Jacksonville wells are not near the area of the PFAS discovery, the City will conduct targeted testing of each well for PFAS in the coming weeks as a precaution.

There is no current boil water advisory in effect for City of Jacksonville utility customers. Should residents have questions about their City of Jacksonville water, they can call the City Water Plant at 910 938-5234.

ONWASA Information: https://www.onwasa.com/DocumentCenter/View/4031/Media-Release-MCOLF-Camp-Davis-South-PFAS-Release-1-29-2021-

Did You Know: Even though Jacksonville was authorized to become a town in 1842, it didn't become official until this dat...
01/27/2021

Did You Know: Even though Jacksonville was authorized to become a town in 1842, it didn't become official until this date in 1849. Happy Birthday, Jacksonville!
JacksonvilleNC.gov/History

Did You Know: Even though Jacksonville was authorized to become a town in 1842, it didn't become official until this date in 1849. Happy Birthday, Jacksonville!

JacksonvilleNC.gov/History

5PM Update: The sewer work on Northwoods Drive is now expected to last into the overnight.Traffic Advisory: Northwoods D...
01/21/2021

5PM Update: The sewer work on Northwoods Drive is now expected to last into the overnight.

Traffic Advisory: Northwoods Drive is temporarily closed to traffic near the 2400 block due to an emergency sewer repair. The repair is expected to be completed by this evening, Thursday, January 21, 2021. Drivers should avoid the area for the duration of the repair.

Jacksonville North Carolina Government
01/15/2021

Jacksonville North Carolina Government

North Carolina Department of Transportation is increasing the speed limits of two sections of roadways in Onslow County.

Based on the results of a recent study by NCDOT with the City of Jacksonville’s support, Jacksonville Bypass (US 17/NC 24) between US 258 and Marine Boulevard (US 17 Business) will increase from 55 mph to 60 mph. Jacksonville Parkway from Marine Boulevard to Western Boulevard (NC 53) will increase from 45 mph to 50 mph.

Drivers should remain alert next week as crews change out multiple signs to reflect the new speed limits. The changes are expected to begin on January 19, 2021, taking place between 9AM and 4PM each day. The work is weather dependent.

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