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10/14/2021

Jacksonville’s Environmental and Appearance Advisory Committee invites you to nominate a festively decorated house for the Halloween Home Decorating Contest! We've seen all the great Halloween decorations around the City -- nominate your favorite display by October 31, 2021. For full details and contest rules, go to JacksonvilleNC.gov/DecoratingContest

Reminder: The Redistricting Public Input Session is tonight from 5:30-7:30PM at City Hall. Can't make it in person? Revi...
10/06/2021

Reminder: The Redistricting Public Input Session is tonight from 5:30-7:30PM at City Hall. Can't make it in person? Review the options and provide feedback here: JacksonvilleNC.gov/Redistricting

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09/29/2021

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09/27/2021

Update: All lanes have reopened for traffic.
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Traffic Alert: Drivers are asked to avoid the area of Gum Branch Road near Aragona Boulevard until further notice. The lanes of traffic heading toward Richlands are closed at this time due to power lines in the roadway. Please find an alternate route, if possible.

09/22/2021

Town Center Update: Jacksonville City Council took action at the September 21, 2021 City Council Meeting to postpone any further City action to vacate 67 units of the Town Center Apartments until June 30, 2022. This action is not binding on the Town Center property owners who will have the final say on timeline for evictions.

Mayor Sammy Phillips recently announced that the City had reached an agreement between the City of Jacksonville and the owners of Town Center Apartments that extended an original October deadline for vacating dozens of rental units to December 31, 2021.

After hearing the pleas of residents during the Public Comment portion of Tuesday’s City Council meeting, City Council unanimously voted to extend the City’s deadline to June 30, 2022.

The City is in contact with the Town Center Apartment owners to form an agreement to extend the owners’ deadline for evictions until June 30, 2022. Town Center Apartment owners will have final say for their eviction timeline.

Affected Residents:
To assist those relocating within City limits, the City has established a fund through Onslow Community Outreach. This fund is in place to provide assistance with moving costs, down payments, and utility deposits. Residents of the designated 67 units who are relocating within the City limits may contact Onslow Community Outreach at 910 455-5733 or visit OnslowCo.org to request assistance.

Affected residents relocating outside of City limits may also call Onslow Community Outreach for similar assistance which has been established through the OSDRA (Onslow Strong Disaster Recovery Alliance). Onslow Community Outreach is the contact for this assistance fund.

Some private rental properties in Jacksonville are setting aside units especially for the residents of the 67 units. To apply for one of these rentals, residents can contact Onslow Community Outreach.

Private owners of area rentals who would like to make units available through this effort are encouraged to call Onslow Community Outreach at 910 455-5733.

09/16/2021

NNO Update: Three separate, smaller-scale events will be held at three locations in the City. All events will take place on Tuesday, October 5 from 6-8PM.

🚲 New Location: The popular bicycle raffle for children will be held at the Jacksonville Commons Recreation Center on the lawn, 100 Recreation Lane.

🚔 A drive-through display of Public Safety vehicles will take place at Catalyst Church, 1985 Gum Branch Road.

🎆 Riverwalk Crossing Park, 421 Court Street, will host live music by Freeway, with a reduced amount of vendors and a fireworks display over the New River at dusk.

Find a full schedule of events at JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO

09/14/2021

Redistricting of City Wards: The next meeting for the 7 member Citizen Redistricting advisory committee is set for Wednesday, September 15 at 5:30PM in Council Chambers at City Hall. The committee is selecting options to redraw ward boundaries for the City’s 4 wards using the 2020 Census data. The Committee will work to meet the North Carolina November deadline and present options to the City Council and Mayor at the 5PM, November 3, 2021 Regular Council meeting.

Where to Watch or Attend Meetings:
Redistricting meetings will be broadcast on G10TV, streamed live on the City's page and g10tv.org, and made available on the City’s YouTube channel.

The public may attend meetings, but input from Citizens will occur at a future public input meeting. The public may also provide input on the City's redistricting webpage JacksonvilleNC.gov/Redistricting

Meeting Schedule:

Session 3 - September 15, 2021 (5:30PM): Draft Ward Boundaries
Session 4 - September 22, 2021 (5:30PM): Draft Ward Boundaries
Session 5 - September 29, 2021 (5:30PM): Draft Ward Boundaries
Session 6 - October 6, 2021( 5:30-7:30PM): Public Input Session
Session 7 - October 13, 2021 (5:30PM): Finalize Ward Boundaries
Session 8 - November 3, 2021 (5PM): Public Hearing and Adoption

As Onslow County COVID-19 numbers continue to cause concern, all persons will be required to properly wear face masks in City Hall and the number of people allowed in Council Chambers will be limited to 20 in total.

Email Public Comments to the City Clerk, [email protected]

Reminder: Sanitation schedule changes for the week of Labor Day
09/05/2021

Reminder: Sanitation schedule changes for the week of Labor Day

City of Jacksonville offices and facilities will be closed Monday, September 6, 2021 for the Labor Day holiday. Offices will reopen with normal hours Tuesday, September 7.

Sanitation Collection will run on a holiday schedule. No yard waste will be collected the week of September 6-10. For more information, visit JacksonvilleNC.gov/Sanitation.

08/28/2021

August 28, 2021 Statement from Jacksonville Mayor, Sammy Phillips: On behalf of the City of Jacksonville and the City Council, we mourn the loss of the military service members including US Marines and a Navy Corpsman killed in Kabul on August 26.

The loss of one of our own here in this Community is deeply felt. Sgt Nicole Gee, a US Marine stationed at MCB Camp Lejeune has been identified as one of the 13 US service members killed in the su***de bombing on August 26 in Kabul. Sgt Gee, a maintenance technician with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, was from Roseville, California.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sgt Gee’s family and friends as well as to all the families who have lost loved ones, and to those still overseas risking their lives. The City of Jacksonville shares in your loss. We are One City, One Community and One Marine family.

We pray that there is no further loss as our US Service members continue the peace mission to save American lives and allies in Afghanistan.

08/20/2021

Traffic Advisory: Traffic will be blocked on Saturday in the area of 57 Office Park Drive, near Matthew Court, as City of Jacksonville Street crews will replace a stormwater culvert. The project is scheduled to begin early morning on Saturday, August 21, 2021 and be completed by early evening 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 work is being conducted on a Saturday to limit disruption to the medical businesses in the area. The project is weather dependent and may be rescheduled if necessary.

The Stormwater culvert replacement is an effort to help ease street flooding during heavy rain events. For more information on this project, residents can call the City of Jacksonville Streets Division at 910 938-5333.

NCDOT is looking for public feedback on the Jacksonville Parkway Extension project. A survey is available online through...
08/18/2021
U-5791: Jacksonville Parkway Extension - PublicInput.com

NCDOT is looking for public feedback on the Jacksonville Parkway Extension project. A survey is available online through August 26 for those wishing to provide input. Check out plans for the project and submit your comments at: https://publicinput.com/jacksonville-parkway-extension

Preliminary Engineering Activities for this project have resumed. The N.C. Department of Transportation is proposing to extend Jacksonville Parkway (S.R. 2714) from N.C. 53 (Western Boulevard) to U.S. 17 (New Bern Highway) a distance of approximately 4 miles. The corridor is a mixture of residential...

10AM 8/5/21 Update - NNO Postponed to October 5, 2021: Jacksonville's National Night Out has been postponed due to conce...
08/05/2021

10AM 8/5/21 Update - NNO Postponed to October 5, 2021: Jacksonville's National Night Out has been postponed due to concerns from local public health officials regarding rising COVID-19 cases in Onslow County. City leaders take the health of Citizens very seriously and have agreed to reschedule this community event. JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO

10AM 8/5/21 Update - NNO Postponed to October 5, 2021: Jacksonville's National Night Out has been postponed due to concerns from local public health officials regarding rising COVID-19 cases in Onslow County. City leaders take the health of Citizens very seriously and have agreed to reschedule this community event. JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO

07/15/2021

Trail Advisory: A portion of the Rails to Trails near where the new Jacksonville Station is being constructed will be closed for two weeks as a result of continued site development work. Contractors are scheduled to begin installing a new driveway connection early next week.

The trail leg along Marine Boulevard from East Thompson Street to Longley Supply near Bell Fork Road, will be closed for the work from Monday, July 19 to approximately August 2, 2021, weather permitting.

Pedestrians and cyclists can use East Thompson Street as a detour route and connect back with the trail at Market Street.

07/09/2021

10AM 8/5/21 Update - NNO Postponed to October 5, 2021: Jacksonville's National Night Out has been postponed due to concerns from local public health officials regarding rising COVID-19 cases in Onslow County. City leaders take the health of Citizens very seriously and have agreed to reschedule this community event. JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO
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*POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER*: Join the fun at Riverwalk Crossing Park this Thursday, August 5 from 5-9PM! JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO
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Tuesday, August 3, 5-9PM at Riverwalk Crossing Park, join the event where local law enforcement and the community come together in a night out against crime. Enjoy live music, vendors, children’s activities, games, a bicycle giveaway and fireworks. Free and open to the public. Complete details at JacksonvilleNC.gov/NNO

07/08/2021

Traffic Advisory: Power outages in the City have caused some traffic signal outages at Bell Fork Road and Brynn Marr Road, Western Boulevard and Carolina Forest Boulevard, and Ramsey Road and Carolina Forest.

Be advised, if you come to an intersection without power, treat the intersection as a four-way stop. Generators are being deployed, and signals should be operating again soon.

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07/08/2021

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07/07/2021

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07/06/2021

Though Tropical Storm Elsa is forecast to weaken to a depression as it approaches and moves through our area on Thursday, we are still expected to see impacts like heavy rains, flash flooding, gusty winds, and isolated tornadoes. Make sure you have a way to be alerted to severe weather warnings. Sign up now for Jacksonville Connect: JacksonvilleNC.gov/Connect

Calendar Adjustment: As the City of Jacksonville offices and facilities will observe July 5 as a City Holiday, there wil...
06/30/2021

Calendar Adjustment: As the City of Jacksonville offices and facilities will observe July 5 as a City Holiday, there will be no sanitation collection on Monday, July 5, 2021. Contrary to what is in the printed City Calendar, the upcoming holiday sanitation collection schedule will move the Monday routes to Tuesday and the Tuesday routes to Wednesday. Thursday and Friday routes remain unchanged. There will be no yard waste collection next week.

Please share this information with your neighbors.

Calendar Adjustment: As the City of Jacksonville offices and facilities will observe July 5 as a City Holiday, there will be no sanitation collection on Monday, July 5, 2021. Contrary to what is in the printed City Calendar, the upcoming holiday sanitation collection schedule will move the Monday routes to Tuesday and the Tuesday routes to Wednesday. Thursday and Friday routes remain unchanged. There will be no yard waste collection next week.

Please share this information with your neighbors.

⚠️🔉 Make sure you have multiple ways of receiving storm warnings this afternoon into Monday morning. For local alerts, s...
06/20/2021

⚠️🔉 Make sure you have multiple ways of receiving storm warnings this afternoon into Monday morning. For local alerts, sign up for Jacksonville Connect (JacksonvilleNC.gov/Connect) or Alert Onslow (https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/BFF6BA5294DB)

06/15/2021

Jacksonville City Hall is open on June 18, 2021 but the County Landfill is closed for Juneteenth, altering the City’s sanitation collection for the week.

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 Wi******er 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

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