City Hall Happenings
The Candidates were asked: Why are you running? What do you hope to accomplish over the next 4 years?
Mayor Paul Becker – Incumbent
To begin, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you, the […]
In the November General Election, Jacksonville voters will elect three City Councilors and a Mayor. Three candidates have filed to run for City Council. Just minutes before press time, the Review confirmed that Councilor Jocie […]
After serving as Jacksonville City Offices for 26 years, the Miller House is now privately owned. The house closed escrow on July 28 for $410,000, according to Jackson County Public Records. The Review caught up […]
Set-Up: Thursday, September 8th, 6:00-10:00pm (No Sales Allowed)
Yard Sale Days: 7:00am-8:00pm
As the 2016 City-Wide Yard Sale weekend nears it is important to remember that this event is not sponsored by the City of Jacksonville and […]
The Jacksonville dam and reservoir was built in 1911, one mile west of town along Jackson Creek. It was built to provide a source of drinking water to the town via […]
On Friday, June 10, 2016, from noon-3:00pm, Jacksonville officials will participate in the statewide Cascadia Emergency drill – you may notice 3 teams from the Jacksonville Community Emergency Response Team out and about in your […]
Plans to increase the number of Jacksonville neighborhoods whose residents have chosen to work with each other to create safer environments for all, during fire season, by establishing defensible space around their homes are coming […]
A town hall meeting will be held on Saturday, March 19, 2016 to discuss the livelihood of our Fire and Police Departments. This is the chance for the public to speak regarding their views and […]
Tuesday, January 5, 2016 – The City Council passed one of the first Ordinances of the New Year tonight, declaring a ban on Medical and Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries, Processing Sites and other related restrictions within the city […]
Here are some basic guidelines to follow during the busy weekend. These guidelines are supported by the Jacksonville Municipal Code and the Oregon Revised Statutes.