Budget News
The City recently underwent its annual budget tour and workshops.

The proposed FY 19 budget is $162,517,823, of which $22,390,353 is for the general fund. This funds our local services.
The proposed millage rate will remain unchanged at 3.9947. This rate is 17.9% lower than the state average.

September Events
9/5 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Town Hall with Florida House
District 11 Candidates at the
Beaches Library
9/8 9:30 - 3:30 pm
Riding the Rails: Pablo Beach
Train Day at the Beaches Museum
9/18 5:00-9:00pm
Jax Beach Art Walk
9/21 8:00 pm
Moonlight Movie -
Beauty and the Beast
9/21 - 10/14 Players by the Sea
The Color Purple
9/25 5:00-8:00pm
Jax Beach Classic Car Cruise
9/29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thompson Brothers Grom Classic

Click here for more information and events.
Campaign updates:
(August 23, 2018 report)

Total Monetary Contributions: $18,072.00

Total Monetary Expenditures: $4,658.27
Projects in District 2
  • Water Meters - The City has installed 'smart' water meters throughout the City. These meters live track water usage, and allow the City to be proactive in letting residents know if they have a potential water leak identified by continuous water use for a 24-hour period, instead of waiting for an unusually high water bill. This is saving residents money, as well as preserving our resources.
  • Beach renourishment will start this fall, and will include all of Jacksonville Beach. Once complete. the City will rebuild the dune walkovers. These walkovers are designed to be three feet above the top of the dune line. There will be an ADA accessible walkover at 16th Avenue South.
  • The box culverts have recently been cleaned out in South Jacksonville Beach to help storm water flow. Approximately 4 feet of silt was removed.

  • Huguenot Tennis Courts will have an 8th court added where the current basket ball court is located.
Finally, the water tower on 3rd Street will be undergoing renovation, so don't be concerned when you see wrap placed around its base.

About Georgette
Georgette and her husband, George, moved to Jax Beach in 2010. Since then, she has been very active in the community.
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