City Hall is open Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Oregon 238 Maintenance Paving (Jacksonville- Britt Crosswalk to Jacksonville Hill)
Tuesday and Wednesday nights, 7 p.m.- 5 a.m., ODOT maintenance will be performing grind-inlay work from the Britt crosswalk west to the top of J’ville Hill. Watch for single lane traffic controlled by flaggers.
For more information: ODOT Dispatch – 541-858-3103
Throughout the duration of “extreme fire hazard” status there will be no smoking allowed at Britt Festivals.
During the current extreme fire danger conditions, the City of Jacksonville recommends that you avoid the following:
1. Using BBQ grills and backyard fire pits or pans of any type if burning wood or charcoal
2. Smoking in areas of dry combustible vegetation
3. Mowing dead, dry-‐grassy or weed-‐covered areas with power driven equipment (the Stouts fire was started by a lawn mower)
4. Running any power equipment without adequate spark arresters
5. Storing flammable or combustible liquids with rags in closed areas
6. Driving or parking on dry grass
7. Using power tools during high temperatures and after 1:00pm
The above is by no means a complete list. Please contact the fire department at 541-‐899-‐7246 or stop by the station at 180 N 3rd St. for additional information. Remember, Jacksonville does not allow open burning. Keep a garden hose or fire extinguisher (recently inspected) nearby when doing any activity that might start a fire.
You can also click on the link below for the Fire Season Regulations put out by the Oregon Department of Forestry – Southwest Oregon District. http://www.swofire.com/p/fire-season-regulations.html
Transient Lodging Grant Applications will be accepted August 1, 2015 through August 31, 2015. Click the link below for the application.
Transient Lodging Grant Application
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.
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