City Hall Happenings

City of Jacksonville Town Hall on Livelihood of City Services

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 […]

Marijuana Shops Banned in City for Now

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 […]

2015 Jacksonville City-Wide Yard Sale is September 11-13!

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.

Ausland Group Giving Historic Courthouse a Stronger Foundation – by Julia Wright

Ausland Group is just a few days away from completing the seismic upgrades on the historic Jacksonville Courthouse.

City Council to Honor Wendt and Smith

At its April 7, 2015 City Council meeting, Jacksonville Mayor Paul Becker will honor Clara Wendt and Larry Smith for their many years of public service. The meeting starts at 6 pm at Old City […]

Historic Action Moves Courthouse Renovation Forward

At its March 3, 2015 meeting, the City Council took historic action when it voted to approve three key contracts for Phase I in the renovation of the historic courthouse into city offices.  The Review […]

Earthshaking News on Courthouse Renovation

At 2 pm on Thursday, February 26, Mayor Paul Becker and others gathered at City Hall to open and review 4 contractor bids for the seismic upgrade portion of the historic courthouse renovation. Bids were […]

“Update on Project Fund Financials” Memo

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Letter to the Editor: U.S. Hotel Condition

The old U. S. Hotel may, indeed, have condition problems, as identified in the front page article by Tony Boom on the old brick lady and her structural issues as alleged by concerned citizen Larry Smith in the Wednesday, January 14 issue of the Medford Tribune. They are not likely unique to the hotel, however.

Safety of Jacksonville’s historic U.S. Hotel subject of debate

By Tony Boom
for the Mail Tribune
Posted Jan. 13, 2015 @ 5:51 pm
Updated Jan 13, 2015 at 9:56 PM
A local history buff says the iconic Jacksonville building is in trouble, but others disagree

JACKSONVILLE — Mortar slowly […]