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Jacksonville North Carolina Government
12/01/2020

Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Jacksonville's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony normally takes place during Winterfest. But due to ongoing COVID-19 safety concerns, and with Winterfest postponed until 2021, the Ceremony will be available to view online, Tuesday, December 8 starting at 6PM. Join Mayor Sammy Phillips along with City Council Members and Recreation Staff for a festive evening with some interactive fun. Learn more at JacksonvilleNC.gov/Recreation

Jacksonville North Carolina Government
11/24/2020

Jacksonville North Carolina Government

City offices and most facilities will be closed Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27, 2020 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Offices will reopen on Monday, November 30 with normal business hours but City facilities will not be open to the public.

Due to the rising number in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in our area, City facilities will be closed to the public through at least January 11, 2021. This decision has been made for the safety of City Employees and our customers. You will still be able to do business with us over the phone, online, at the Utility Services drive-up window at City Hall and at the taxi drive-up window at the Center for Public Safety. We are also available on our social media channels.

Your City is still here to work for you and our goal remains to provide excellent customer service. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday weekend.

City Holiday Schedules and Thanksgiving COVID Safety Tips: https://bit.ly/3m3va8y

City Facilities COVID-19 Update: JacksonvilleNC.gov/Coronavirus

Jacksonville North Carolina Government
11/24/2020

Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Holiday Cooking Tips: Jacksonville Fire & Emergency Services responds to about 25 kitchen fires a year. When preparing meals this holiday season, remember to never leave your stove unattended. It's always a good idea to have a Class B fire extinguisher or a lid close by in case a fire does break out.

Frying a turkey this year? Make sure your turkey is completely thawed before placing it in the fryer. Use your fryer outdoors only and a safe distance from buildings. Do not overfill or leave unattended, and keep pets & children away while in use.

Never pour fats, oils or grease down the drain, garbage disposal or into toilets. Doing so could cause pipes to clog and eventually back up into your home, causing a mess in your home and possibly sewage spills in the City. Put cooking fats, oils and grease in a can, jar or other container; let it cool and place in the trash.

Jacksonville North Carolina Government
11/23/2020

Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Most City offices and facilities will be closed Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27, 2020 for Thanksgiving. Jacksonville Sanitation will observe a holiday schedule this week with Thursday and Friday collection routes being picked up on Wednesday. Yard waste will not be collected this week. JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation

Jacksonville North Carolina Government
11/19/2020

Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Traffic Advisory: A portion of Onsville Drive will be closed entirely as a result of emergency repairs to a sewer line, Friday, November 20, 2020. Onsville Drive is a short drive with both ends connecting to Gum Branch Road. Onsville Drive travel up to Brenda Drive will be available on Friday, but not past the intersection of Brenda Drive in both directions.

A broken sewer line closed the intersection of Onsville Drive at Brenda Drive Tuesday, November 17. Crews will replace the line and repair the roadway on Friday. Completion is dependent on the weather and on conditions found when a deep trench is dug to replace the line.

Residents of Brenda Drive will be able to access their homes. Other locations along Onsville Drive will be accessible but the road will be closed at Brenda Drive from early Friday morning until the repairs are complete.

Travelers should consider entering Onsville Drive from the west if they desire to visit Aldersgate or Onsville Place. Travelers should consider entering Onsville Drive at Branchwood or at the east end at Gum Branch Road if they desire to visit any of the other locations.

Is there a home in your neighborhood all decked out in fall or Christmas decor? Nominate them for recognition in the Fal...
11/19/2020

Is there a home in your neighborhood all decked out in fall or Christmas decor? Nominate them for recognition in the Fall or Holiday Home Decorating Contest: JacksonvilleNC.gov/DecoratingContest

Is there a home in your neighborhood all decked out in fall or Christmas decor? Nominate them for recognition in the Fall or Holiday Home Decorating Contest: JacksonvilleNC.gov/DecoratingContest

11/14/2020
Christmas Cheer

Christmas Cheer

For one week only, we will be taking in-person applications at the Onslow Christmas Cheer Center. Christmas Cheer only serves residents of Onslow County.
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During the week of November 16-20, from 2-5PM, we will be taking applications at the Center at 1210 Hargett St.
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You will have to wear a mask, and social distance during this time.
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If you want to apply, you must have Social Security Numbers for everyone in the home, proof of address such as a government or utility letter, and valid identification.

With a recent uptick in vehicle breaking and entering cases, Jacksonville Public Safety is asking residents to:🚙 Lock yo...
11/09/2020

With a recent uptick in vehicle breaking and entering cases, Jacksonville Public Safety is asking residents to:
🚙 Lock your vehicle
🔑 Take your keys
👜 Secure your valuables

A very small percentage of cases involves locked vehicles so always remember to lock your doors. If you see any suspicious behavior such as someone walking from car to car checking door handles, call 9-1-1.

With a recent uptick in vehicle breaking and entering cases, remember to:
🚙 Lock your vehicle
🔑 Take your keys
👜 Secure your valuables

A very small percentage of cases involves locked vehicles so always remember to lock your doors. If you see any suspicious behavior such as someone walking from car to car checking door handles, call 9-1-1.

We're always surprised to learn how many Jacksonville and Onslow County residents have never been to the Lejeune Memoria...
11/05/2020

We're always surprised to learn how many Jacksonville and Onslow County residents have never been to the Lejeune Memorial Gardens. Take the time this Veterans Day or Veterans Day weekend to explore the history and honor our Nation's heroes. JacksonvilleNC.gov/LejeuneMemorialGardens

Veterans Day, November 11, is the perfect time to visit Lejeune Memorial Gardens. Tour the memorials, learn the history, pay respects to our Nation's heroes, and experience our first Veterans Walk of Honor. There are still a few spaces left for guided tours. To learn more or register for a tour visit VeteransTributeWeekend.com

However you plan to participate in Halloween this year, we urge you to do it with safety for all in mind. Be sure to exe...
10/30/2020

However you plan to participate in Halloween this year, we urge you to do it with safety for all in mind. Be sure to exercise caution during the hours of trick-or-treat whether you are participating or traveling the roadways. Jacksonville Police request the cooperation of Citizens by limiting the hours of trick-or-treat to 5-8:30 PM on Saturday, October 31.

All state guidelines for large gatherings, social distancing, and cloth face coverings should be adhered to. It you are able to find an alternative to face-to-face interaction, you are encouraged to do so. Here are some suggestions from NCDHHS:https://files.nc.gov/covid/documents/guidance/NCDHHS-Interim-Guidance-for-Halloween.pdf

Jacksonville Public Safety offers these additional safety tips:
• A costume mask is not a substitute for a cloth mask. A costume mask over a protective cloth mask can be dangerous if the costume mask makes it difficult to breathe. Instead, consider using a Halloween-themed cloth mask.
• Practice social distancing to the fullest extent, wear cloth masks, and use hand sanitizer.
• Wear light-colored clothing, short enough to prevent tripping.
• Carry a flashlight and add reflectors to costumes and clothing.
• Ensure you can see well through facemasks.
• Accompany young children on Halloween activities.
• Stay within your neighborhood and only visit homes you know.
• Watch carefully for traffic.
• Only give or accept wrapped or packaged candy.
• Examine “treats” before allowing children to enjoy them.
• Golf carts are not allowed on City streets and sidewalks.
• Motorists should be especially cautious to prevent injury to participants.

However you plan to participate in Halloween this year, we urge you to do it with safety for all in mind. Be sure to exercise caution during the hours of trick-or-treat whether you are participating or traveling the roadways. Jacksonville Police request the cooperation of Citizens by limiting the hours of trick-or-treat to 5-8:30 PM on Saturday, October 31.

All state guidelines for large gatherings, social distancing, and cloth face coverings should be adhered to. It you are able to find an alternative to face-to-face interaction, you are encouraged to do so. Here are some suggestions from NCDHHS:https://files.nc.gov/covid/documents/guidance/NCDHHS-Interim-Guidance-for-Halloween.pdf

Jacksonville Public Safety offers these additional safety tips:
• A costume mask is not a substitute for a cloth mask. A costume mask over a protective cloth mask can be dangerous if the costume mask makes it difficult to breathe. Instead, consider using a Halloween-themed cloth mask.
• Practice social distancing to the fullest extent, wear cloth masks, and use hand sanitizer.
• Wear light-colored clothing, short enough to prevent tripping.
• Carry a flashlight and add reflectors to costumes and clothing.
• Ensure you can see well through facemasks.
• Accompany young children on Halloween activities.
• Stay within your neighborhood and only visit homes you know.
• Watch carefully for traffic.
• Only give or accept wrapped or packaged candy.
• Examine “treats” before allowing children to enjoy them.
• Golf carts are not allowed on City streets and sidewalks.
• Motorists should be especially cautious to prevent injury to participants.

Jacksonville Transit is growing and looking for public input on improvements. A new multi-modal transportation complex, ...
10/27/2020

Jacksonville Transit is growing and looking for public input on improvements. A new multi-modal transportation complex, Jacksonville Station, is currently under construction at East Thompson Street and Marine Boulevard. This new facility will be a central hub where passengers can transfer between all modes of transportation, including different Transit routes. As part of this growth, Jacksonville Transit is seeking public input on potential new bus stop locations and amenities to include.

Click here for a quick survey to share your input: https://transitamenitiesfy21.metroquest.com

Jacksonville Transit appreciates your feedback as we continue to make improvements throughout the system to better serve our City.

Jacksonville Transit is growing and looking for public input on improvements. A new multi-modal transportation complex, Jacksonville Station, is currently under construction at East Thompson Street and Marine Boulevard. This new facility will be a central hub where passengers can transfer between all modes of transportation, including different Transit routes. As part of this growth, Jacksonville Transit is seeking public input on potential new bus stop locations and amenities to include.

Click here for a quick survey to share your input: https://transitamenitiesfy21.metroquest.com

Jacksonville Transit appreciates your feedback as we continue to make improvements throughout the system to better serve our City.

Traffic Advisory: Motorists are asked to avoid the area of Country Club Road, between Western Boulevard and the Hwy 17 B...
10/21/2020

Traffic Advisory: Motorists are asked to avoid the area of Country Club Road, between Western Boulevard and the Hwy 17 Bypass, on Thursday, October 22, 2020. The inbound lanes will be closed for crews to pave the roadway affected by the water line break that occurred October 15, 2020. The paving is scheduled to take place between 9AM and 3PM on Thursday, weather permitting.

Traffic Advisory: Motorists are asked to avoid the area of Country Club Road, between Western Boulevard and the Hwy 17 Bypass, on Thursday, October 22, 2020. The inbound lanes will be closed for crews to pave the roadway affected by the water line break that occurred October 15, 2020. The paving is scheduled to take place between 9AM and 3PM on Thursday, weather permitting.

Traffic Advisory: Motorists are asked to avoid the intersection of Bordeaux and Warn Street Wednesday, October 21, 2020 ...
10/20/2020

Traffic Advisory: Motorists are asked to avoid the intersection of Bordeaux and Warn Street Wednesday, October 21, 2020 as City crews work to replace a stormwater culvert. Only the area around the intersection will be closed Wednesday but traffic could become congested, and Bordeaux residents will not be able to exit their neighborhood by using the Warn Street intersection. Each home will be accessible during the construction. Weather permitting, crews will start their work around 6:30AM and hope to be completed by 4PM. More information can be obtained from the Streets Division at 910 938-5333.

Traffic Advisory: Motorists are asked to avoid the intersection of Bordeaux and Warn Street Wednesday, October 21, 2020 as City crews work to replace a stormwater culvert. Only the area around the intersection will be closed Wednesday but traffic could become congested, and Bordeaux residents will not be able to exit their neighborhood by using the Warn Street intersection. Each home will be accessible during the construction. Weather permitting, crews will start their work around 6:30AM and hope to be completed by 4PM. More information can be obtained from the Streets Division at 910 938-5333.

Traffic Advisory: Traffic will be blocked near 818 Williams Street Tuesday, as City of Jacksonville Street crews will re...
10/19/2020

Traffic Advisory: Traffic will be blocked near 818 Williams Street Tuesday, as City of Jacksonville Street crews will replace a Stormwater culvert. The project is scheduled to begin early morning on Tuesday, October 20 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.

Traffic Advisory: Traffic will be blocked near 818 Williams Street Tuesday, as City of Jacksonville Street crews will replace a Stormwater culvert. The project is scheduled to begin early morning on Tuesday, October 20 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.

You put in the time and effort -- nominate it for recognition! Jacksonville’s Environmental and Appearance Advisory Comm...
10/09/2020

You put in the time and effort -- nominate it for recognition! Jacksonville’s Environmental and Appearance Advisory Committee invites you to nominate a festively decorated house for the Halloween, Fall or Holiday Home Decorating Contest! All entries will be judged on the basis of theme, design, and creativity. For full details and contest rules, go to JacksonvilleNC.gov/DecoratingContest

You put in the time and effort -- nominate it for recognition! Jacksonville’s Environmental and Appearance Advisory Committee invites you to nominate a festively decorated house for the Halloween, Fall or Holiday Home Decorating Contest! All entries will be judged on the basis of theme, design, and creativity. For full details and contest rules, go to JacksonvilleNC.gov/DecoratingContest

National Night Out Selfie With A Cop Contest: Take a picture with a Jacksonville Police Officer and submit it to pdlocat...
09/29/2020

National Night Out Selfie With A Cop Contest: Take a picture with a Jacksonville Police Officer and submit it to [email protected] for the chance to win a $100 gift card. Remember masks and social distancing. Submit photos with your name and permission to share with the public by 4PM, October 8, 2020. Parents must give permission for photos with kids. Qualified submissions will be posted on the Jacksonville Public Safety page, and public vote will open at 5PM on October 8, 2020. The Selfie Contest winner will be announced at 5PM on Friday, October 9, 2020.

Learn more about this year's National Night Out schedule of events at JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO.

National Night Out Selfie With A Cop Contest: Take a picture with a Jacksonville Police Officer and submit it to [email protected] for the chance to win a $100 gift card. Remember masks and social distancing. Submit photos with your name and permission to share with the public by 4PM, October 8, 2020. Parents must give permission for photos with kids. Qualified submissions will be posted on the Jacksonville Public Safety page, and public vote will open at 5PM on October 8, 2020. The Selfie Contest winner will be announced at 5PM on Friday, October 9, 2020. (City of Jacksonville employees and their family are not eligible to win but are encouraged to participate.)

Learn more about this year's National Night Out schedule of events at JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO.

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Is this an official note from CoJ? Or just from meddlesome neighbors because I left my can out for 48 hours??
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