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Small businesses affected by COVID-19 and in need of assistance can apply for the Coastal Carolina Community College, Sm...
06/10/2020

Small businesses affected by COVID-19 and in need of assistance can apply for the Coastal Carolina Community College, Small Business Center's Reboot, Recover, Rebuild (R3) Program. For more information and to submit an R3 Program Interest Application, visit CoastalCarolina.edu/SBC or call 910 938-6302.

Small businesses affected by COVID-19 and in need of assistance can apply for the Coastal Carolina Community College, Small Business Center's Reboot, Recover, Rebuild (R3) Program. For more information and to submit an R3 Program Interest Application, visit CoastalCarolina.edu/SBC or call 910 938-6302.

WCTI spotlights JPD's proper training, prohibition of certain techniques, and reduced use of force during police interac...
06/05/2020
JPD Chief: Technique used in George Floyd's death prohibited, 'not acceptable'

WCTI spotlights JPD's proper training, prohibition of certain techniques, and reduced use of force during police interactions. #OneCity

In light of four Minneapolis police officers facing charges in the death of George Floyd, an eastern North Carolina police chief says one of the main goals in his department is to reduce the use of force and preserve lives. Jacksonville Police Chief Michael Yaniero says that police department policy...

There's still time to apply for the COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. The City of Jacksonville recognizes that the CO...
06/05/2020

There's still time to apply for the COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. The City of Jacksonville recognizes that the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions on public gatherings and closure of non-essential places of employment have created a financial hardship on Citizens. In response, and with the support of HUD, the City has established a COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. To read the qualifications or to fill out the online form, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Utility.

There's still time to apply for the COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. The City of Jacksonville recognizes that the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions on public gatherings and closure of non-essential places of employment have created a financial hardship on Citizens. In response, and with the support of HUD, the City has established a COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. To read the qualifications or to fill out the online form, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Utility.

#OneCity Update: Mayor Sammy Phillips issued a declaration today with his One City Faith Committee against racism and in...
06/04/2020

#OneCity Update: Mayor Sammy Phillips issued a declaration today with his One City Faith Committee against racism and injustice. The gathering in Jacksonville took place at the same time a memorial service was underway for George Floyd in Minneapolis.

The Mayor met with the Faith Committee to discuss how Jacksonville can avoid systemic racism. After issuing the declaration at the Freedom Fountain, the Mayor and Faith Committee continued to work on an action plan. The Committee heard from Jacksonville Police Chief Mike Yaniero about the prohibition of some of the techniques that caused George Floyd’s death. Jacksonville Police have previously undergone special training that has reduced the use of force associated with some police interactions.

During the meeting, the One City Faith Committee developed concepts for additional actions for unity and support and will continue to work on the issue at future meetings. JacksonvilleNC.gov/OneCity

#OneCity Update: Mayor Sammy Phillips issued a declaration today with his One City Faith Committee against racism and injustice. The gathering in Jacksonville took place at the same time a memorial service was underway for George Floyd in Minneapolis.

The Mayor met with the Faith Committee to discuss how Jacksonville can avoid systemic racism. After issuing the declaration at the Freedom Fountain, the Mayor and Faith Committee continued to work on an action plan. The Committee heard from Jacksonville Police Chief Mike Yaniero about the prohibition of some of the techniques that caused George Floyd’s death. Jacksonville Police have previously undergone special training that has reduced the use of force associated with some police interactions.

During the meeting, the One City Faith Committee developed concepts for additional actions for unity and support and will continue to work on the issue at future meetings. JacksonvilleNC.gov/OneCity

06/03/2020
Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Riverwalk Marina Update: City crews helped clean up some environmental issues that were discovered at the Riverwalk Marina construction site. Under the supervision of an environmental engineer, City crews worked for two days to remove tainted soil from the area. A surprise discovery were two underground tanks that had not been previously marked. One was mostly filled with concrete and an undetermined liquid. A second tank had allowed groundwater to seep in. A specialty firm retrieved the liquids from the tank for disposal.
The site has now been cleared, and crews can move forward with final stages of construction. This project is funded by grants and City funds, and the new Marina will be a safe site to enjoy waterfront access.

Riverwalk Marina Area History: The site was originally used for turpentine production, and a wood mill was located in the area. The City's first marina was constructed in the 1950's as Jacksonville came into the "boomtown" era.

Riverwalk Marina Update: City crews helped clean up some environmental issues that were discovered at the Riverwalk Marina construction site. Under the supervision of an environmental engineer, City crews worked for two days to remove tainted soil from the area. A surprise discovery were two underground tanks that had not been previously marked. One was mostly filled with concrete and an undetermined liquid. A second tank had allowed groundwater to seep in. A specialty firm retrieved the liquids from the tank for disposal.
The site has now been cleared, and crews can move forward with final stages of construction. This project is funded by grants and City funds, and the new Marina will be a safe site to enjoy waterfront access.

Riverwalk Marina Area History: The site was originally used for turpentine production, and a wood mill was located in the area. The City's first marina was constructed in the 1950's as Jacksonville came into the "boomtown" era. The Riverwalk Marina building was demolished following irreparable damage from Hurricane Florence.

From US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC: Flash Flood Warning including Jacksonville NC, Half Moon NC, ...
05/29/2020

From US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC: Flash Flood Warning including Jacksonville NC, Half Moon NC, Pumpkin Center NC until 7PM EDT

From US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC: Flash Flood Warning including Jacksonville NC, Half Moon NC, Pumpkin Center NC until 7PM EDT

Sanitation Summer Hours: Starting Monday, June 1, Sanitation crews will begin collection operations at 6:30AM. This allo...
05/29/2020

Sanitation Summer Hours: Starting Monday, June 1, Sanitation crews will begin collection operations at 6:30AM. This allows employees to beat 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.

To help us serve you better, please place containers curbside at least 3 feet from other objects like mailboxes or telephone poles and with the lid opening toward the street. Do not place containers in the street. Household waste, recyclables, and yard waste should be in separate containers.

For more information, call City Sanitation at 910 938-5338 or visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation

Sanitation Summer Hours: Starting Monday, June 1, Sanitation crews will begin collection operations at 6:30AM. This allows employees to beat 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.

To help us serve you better, please place containers curbside at least 3 feet from other objects like mailboxes or telephone poles and with the lid opening toward the street. Do not place containers in the street. Household waste, recyclables, and yard waste should be in separate containers.

For more information, call City Sanitation at 910 938-5338 or visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation

Jacksonville Public Safety is conducting a Customer Satisfaction Survey in order to better assist Citizens. Please take ...
05/27/2020
Jacksonville, NC

Jacksonville Public Safety is conducting a Customer Satisfaction Survey in order to better assist Citizens. Please take a few minutes to provide helpful feedback through this online survey.

Public Safety Customer Satisfaction Survey Available Online

The City of Jacksonville and the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Beirut Memorial Chapter 642 hold the annual Memoria...
05/25/2020

The City of Jacksonville and the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Beirut Memorial Chapter 642 hold the annual Memorial Day Observance for our community at the Coastal Carolina Veterans Cemetery. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, attendance is limited at the event and unfortunately this year the observance is not open to the general public.

The observance includes a tradition of reading the names of fallen shipmates since the last Memorial Day and honors to all those who have passed since served their country.

Today, we paused to honor and remember our fallen Heroes during a Memorial Day Observance that was closed to the public. The Observance, hosted by the Beirut Memorial Chapter 642, Military Order of the Purple Heart, took place at the Coastal Carolina Veterans Cemetery and was livestreamed on Facebook and G10TV.org for a virtual audience. #MemorialDay

05/22/2020
Onslow County Government

10:30AM, May 22, 2020 - Onslow County Government provides a COVID-19 update to the community.

Onslow County Live

North Carolina will move into Phase 2 of lifting #COVID19 restrictions at 5PM, Friday, May 22, 2020. Phase 2 runs throug...
05/21/2020

North Carolina will move into Phase 2 of lifting #COVID19 restrictions at 5PM, Friday, May 22, 2020. Phase 2 runs through at least Friday, June 26, unless changed or canceled. For a quick reference guide about the differences in Phases 1 and 2 go to: files.nc.gov/covid/documents/Phases-List.pdf #StayStrongNC

NC will move into Phase 2 of lifting #COVID19 restrictions at 5 p.m. Friday, May 22. Phase 2 runs through at least Friday, June 26, unless changed or canceled. For a quick reference guide about the differences in Phases 1 and 2 go to: files.nc.gov/covid/documents/Phases-List.pdf #StayStrongNC

Holiday Schedules: City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 for Memorial Day.Click to learn ...
05/21/2020
Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Holiday Schedules: City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 for Memorial Day.

Click to learn more about:
- The Virtual Memorial Day Observance
- Holiday Sanitation Collection
- Express Transit Schedule

Holiday Schedules: City offices and most facilities will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 for Memorial Day.

Click to learn more about:
- The Virtual Memorial Day Observance
- Holiday Sanitation Collection
- Express Transit Schedule

Open locations for COVID-19 testing in Onslow County
05/15/2020

Open locations for COVID-19 testing in Onslow County

Open Locations for COVID-19 Testing

05/15/2020
Jacksonville North Carolina Government

Water Outage: There is a temporary water outage affecting the Gum Branch Road area. City crew members are working to repair a water main that will effect customers residing in Williamsburg Place Apartments. While crew members work to repair the water distribution system, we anticipate customers being without water for approximately 3 hours. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Utilities Maintenance at 910 938-5249.

Water Outage: There is a temporary water outage affecting the Gum Branch Road area. City crew members are working to repair a water main that will effect customers residing in Williamsburg Place Apartments. While crew members work to repair the water distribution system, we anticipate customers being without water for approximately 3 hours. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Utilities Maintenance at 910 938-5249.

COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program: The City of Jacksonville recognizes that the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions...
05/12/2020
COVID19 Utility Assistance Program

COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program: The City of Jacksonville recognizes that the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions on public gatherings and closure of non-essential places of employment have created a financial hardship on Citizens. In response, and with the support of HUD, the City has established a COVID-19 Utility Assistance Program. To read the qualifications or to fill out the online form, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Utility.

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Update: Tyler Angel Cross was found at approximately 9:45 PM Monday, May 11, 2020, and is safe with JPD officers.———————...
05/11/2020

Update: Tyler Angel Cross was found at approximately 9:45 PM Monday, May 11, 2020, and is safe with JPD officers.
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Missing Person Investigation (Monday, May 11, 2020): The Jacksonville Police Department is asking for the assistance of the public in a missing persons case. Tyler Angel Cross, 18, was reported missing at approximately 6 AM on Monday, May 11, 2020 from his residence on Silverleaf Drive.

Tyler Angel Cross is described as a mixed-race male with brown hair and brown eyes approximately 5’7” tall and weighing 167 pounds. He may be in the vicinity of Dockside Drive in the Hunter’s Creek area off Piney Green Road.

"This is an open and active investigation," said Sergeant Shawn Marcinowsky, a Supervisor of the Investigative Services Division. "Even the smallest bit of information may be of assistance to detectives in locating Tyler Angel Cross."

If you have information about Tyler Angel Cross or his whereabouts, please contact JPD Detective Scott Eichelberger at 910 938-6440 or [email protected].

Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information determined to be of value to law enforcement. Callers to Crime Stoppers are not required to reveal their identities. Information can also be anonymously texted via Text-A-Tip by typing TIP4CSJAX and your message to 274637 (CRIMES).

UPDATE - (Posted 5 11 2020 at 10:00 PM). Tyler Angel Cross has been found at approximately 9:45 PM Monday evening and is safe with law enforcement officers of the JPD.

Missing Persons Investigation (Posted 5 11 2020)

The Jacksonville Police Department is asking for the assistance of the public in a missing persons case. Tyler Angel Cross, 18, was reported missing at approximately 6:00 AM on Monday, May 11, 2020 from his residence on Silverleaf Drive.

Tyler Angel Cross is described as a mixed-race male with brown hair and brown eyes approximately 5’7” tall and weighing 167 pounds. He may be in the vicinity of Dockside Drive in the Hunter’s Creek area off Piney Green Road.
“This is an open and active investigation” said Sergeant Shawn Marcinowsky, a Supervisor of the Investigative Services Division. “Even the smallest bit of information may be of assistance to detectives in locating Tyler Angel Cross.”

If you have information about Tyler Angel Cross or his whereabouts, please contact JPD Detective Scott Eichelberger at 910-938-6440 or [email protected]. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 for information determined to be of value to law enforcement. Callers to Crime Stoppers are not required to reveal their identities. Information can also be anonymously texted via Text-A-Tip by typing TIP4CSJAX and your message to 274637 (CRIMES)

Preparations for the repaving of Henderson Drive by the NC Department of Transportation underway this morning at 6AM (Mo...
05/11/2020

Preparations for the repaving of Henderson Drive by the NC Department of Transportation underway this morning at 6AM (Monday, May 11, 2020). This was a three phase project with the first phase to replace utilities under the road, then to let it settle, and then for the State to repave it.

NC Department of Transportation awarded a $677,719 contract to Barnhill Contracting Company in early March.

The first work includes curb replacement, wheelchair ramps and similar work. Night and Sunday work is not authorized in the contract. Another condition is that only one travel lane will be closed at the time. Special work to strengthen the travel surface may occur in several areas.

Preparations for the repaving of Henderson Drive by the NC Department of Transportation underway this morning at 6AM (Monday, May 11, 2020). This was a three phase project with the first phase to replace utilities under the road, then to let it settle, and then for the State to repave it.

NC Department of Transportation awarded a $677,719 contract to Barnhill Contracting Company in early March.

The first work includes curb replacement, wheelchair ramps and similar work. Night and Sunday work is not authorized in the contract. Another condition is that only one travel lane will be closed at the time. Special work to strengthen the travel surface may occur in several areas.

Change in City Hall Building Access, May 11-18, 2020:The City of Jacksonville will now accept appointments for persons w...
05/08/2020

Change in City Hall Building Access, May 11-18, 2020:
The City of Jacksonville will now accept appointments for persons who need to do business at City Hall.

Previously, the building has been closed to the public and now, limited access by appointment only will begin Monday, May 11, 2020.

Utility Service business will continue to be contucted at the drive up window, online, or by phone. These services include opening new accounts, making changes to water and sewer accounts, and making payments.

Those who make an appointment to conduct business inside City Hall should be prepared to wear a mask and to be escorted to a conference room that will be cleaned after each use. Attendance for these meetings will be limited to two persons from outside of City Hall.

Recreation continues to provide day care for children of essential workers and all other services continue during this time.

Many functions with the City can be performed online. Please check our website at JacksonvilleNC.gov for more information.

At this time, the City expects to resume passport services on June 1, 2020.

This change is part of a phased opening for City of Jacksonville facilities.

"These actions are intended to protect our staff, and the public, from person-to-person contact during this critical period," said Richard Woodruff, City Manager.

More info: JacksonvilleNC.gov/Coronavirus

Change in City Hall Building Access, May 11-22, 2020:
The City of Jacksonville will now accept appointments for persons who need to do business at City Hall.

Previously, the building has been closed to the public and now, limited access by appointment only will begin Monday, May 11, 2020.

Utility Service business will continue to be conducted at the drive up window, online, or by phone. These services include opening new accounts, making changes to water and sewer accounts, and making payments.

Those who make an appointment to conduct business inside City Hall should be prepared to wear a mask and to be escorted to a conference room that will be cleaned after each use. Attendance for these meetings will be limited to two persons from outside of City Hall.

Recreation continues to provide day care for children of essential workers and all other services continue during this time.

Many functions with the City can be performed online. Please check our website at JacksonvilleNC.gov for more information.

At this time, the City expects to resume passport services on June 1, 2020.

This change is part of a phased opening for City of Jacksonville facilities.

"These actions are intended to protect our staff, and the public, from person-to-person contact during this critical period," said Richard Woodruff, City Manager.

More info: JacksonvilleNC.gov/Coronavirus

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