City Hall is open Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Water Quality Reports Available – June 2015
The City of Jacksonville, in conjunction with the Medford Water Commission, has our annual ‘Consumer Confidence Report’ available to the public. This is a report of our Drinking Water Quality for the year 2014 as required by the EPA.
As always, the report contains important information on the results of water quality testing during the prior year, and explanations of what these results mean. Information on the sources of our drinking water is also included, as well as water conservation tips to help customers save water and money. To view the report on-line in English or Spanish, just access these websites:
For English use: www.medfordwater.org/WaterQualityReport.pdf
For Spanish use: www.medfordwater.org/CalidadDelAgua.pdf
If you would like a copy of the report mailed to you, please call our office at 541-899-1231. We also have reports at our office (110 E. Main St., Jacksonville) available to the public.
Want to become more involved in YOUR city? The following committees and commissions are available for you to serve on and are open until filled.
Completed applications should be turned in to the City Recorder at 110 E. Main Street or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice of Public Hearing – Water SDC’s Methodology
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Jacksonville will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at Old City Hall (205 W. Main St.) to consider adopting the proposed Water System Development Charges Methodology (SDCs) increase by the City of Jacksonville effective October 1, 2015. A copy of the 2015 SDC Study is available for inspection All interested parties are invited to attend.
Jacksonville SDC Methodology_(Click Link to open)
The City of Jacksonville Downtown Parking Map!
Courthouse Complex Presentation from October 21, 2014 City Council Meeting
Architect Presentation for Courthouse Complex
Courthouse Complex 2013/14 Developments, Research and Progress
150 Years of History
Jacksonville has been known for its colorful history. Its foundation began during the Gold Rush flurry in the 1850’s. The buildings that line California St. were in large part built before 1900 when the town was referred to as Table Rock City. Among those drawn to the area was Peter Britt. His search of gold eventually gave way to a passion to chronicle the times through his talents as a photographer.
For decades Jacksonville, which had become the county seat, flourished as the commercial and cultural center of Southern Oregon. It wasn’t until 1884, when the railroad was routed through the neighboring town of Medford, did the prestige of Jacksonville begin to wane. As residents and businesses moved away to those communities along the rail lines, Jacksonville settled into a new role-that of an agricultural center.
The combination of the County Seat being moved to Medford in 1927, the Great Depression and World War II had serious economic impact on Jacksonville. But never a community to give in, residents and business leaders sought to preserve the heritage of Southern Oregon’s first town. Jacksonville although no longer a boomtown, discovered a new way to lure those with the pioneer spirit, capturing it’s colorful past and inviting a new generation of explorers to experience it.
In 1966, Jacksonville was designated a National Historic Landmark. Over 100 buildings in Jacksonville are on the National Register of Historic Places. With a dynamic vision of the future that simultaneously incorporates its glorious past, Jacksonville is booming once again.