- Mosquito Control is conducted by the Anastasia Mosquito Control District. For information on prevention, treatment and more, visit their website at www.amcdsjc.org.
- County Commission Special Meeting – The Board of County Commissioners of St. Johns County will hold a Workshop / Retreat to discuss Growth Management Planning topics on Tuesday, June 25, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Council on Aging River House, 179 Marine St, St. Augustine. Board of County Commissioners Special Meeting Notice.
- Farmers Helped by St. Johns County Natural Disaster Area Designation – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated St. Johns County as one of Florida's primary natural disaster areas due to damages caused by the May 2 - 5 storm. All impacted farm operators who meet eligibility requirements can apply for USDA low-interest emergency loans. Farmers Helped by Natural Disaster Designation.
- Switzerland Comprehensive Plan Amendment Withdrawn, Lawsuit Dismissed – The application for a residential development Comprehensive Plan amendment was withdrawn and a notice of voluntary dismissal was filed for the associated lawsuit. County officials are very pleased and appreciative of these actions.
- Free Class Prepares Residents to Assist with Animal Emergency Response – The Florida State Animal Response Coalition will present a small animal emergency awareness class at the Emergency Operations Center, 100 EOC Dr, St. Augustine, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, June 22, for residents who want to be certified for this volunteer activity. For more information and register, visit www.flsarc.org/Training.html.
- Neighborhood Stabilization Program – Aiming to stabilize and revitalize neighborhoods by placing vacant, bank-owned properties on the tax rolls, putting construction tradesmen back to work, and providing residential housing options, the St. Johns County Neighborhood Stabilization Program is part of the County's overall housing strategy and community-development effort.
Neighborhood Stablization Program.
- Nature Detective Workshops – Children ages 6-12 can have fun and become Nature Detectives learning all about fantastic Florida lizards at hands-on workshops with the Garden Club of St. Augustine at local libraries. Participants receive free gardening goodies and Nature Detective notebooks. Registration is required and space is limited. To sign up, call or stop by your local branch. Nature Detective Workshops.
- St. Johns County Library's Seeking Resident Input – Residents are invited to provide input on long range planning, including services and programs in a brief survey open until September 30, at www.sjcpls.org or at any branch or bookmobile location. Feedback on topics such as facilities, outreach, technology, and service will help maximize resources for the benefit of residents county-wide. www.sjcpls.org/content/branches.
- Teen Financial Literacy Seminars – The SJC Public Library System is teaming up with the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants to offer this FREE seminar designed for ages 15 to 20, and is ideal for those that want to learn about managing money. Topics include careers, income, budgeting, saving, investing, credit cards, autos, and college. Join us Saturday, June 15 at the Bartram Trail Branch, (904) 827-6960, or June 22 at the Southeast Branch, (904) 827-6900, from 10 am to 3pm at both locations. Lunch provided by the Friends of the Library. Space is limited, so please call to register. www.sjcpls.org.
- AED Registry Program – SJCFR's Ancient City Heart Beat is a free online Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Registry. The Registry provides support for AED owners and enables dispatchers to communicate the locations of registered AEDs to callers reporting cardiac arrest incidents. AED Registry information and registration page.
- St. Johns County Public Library System Events – Check out the wide variety of events we have scheduled for June and visit us online at www.sjcpls.org.
- Acceptable Land Use Resources and Workshops – Buying a House? Want to keep livestock? Build a deck? Open a business? Knowing what is allowable and what is not can save you a lot of money and frustration in the long run.The resources on Development Review's Land Use page are designed to assist you in making informed decisions about your current property or potential purchases.
- Meet the Featured Adoptable Pets of the Week! You can also help them over on our Facebook page with a like & a share. www.facebook.com/SJCFL
- Sea Turtle Season began May 1 – To comply with regulations that protect the turtles, beach driving and lighting rules are in effect through October 31st. Vehicular traffic on the beach is only allowed 8:00 am to 7:30 pm, and beachfront properties must reduce or redirect interior and exterior lights which may impact sea turtles. Turtle season rules. Get the latest sea turtle nesting & hatching info! Turtle Tracks.
- CR 210 / US 1 Intersection Overpass Construction – The Florida Dept. of Transportation has begun work on the CR 210 / US 1 overpass to allow CR 210 motorists to pass over the railroad tracks and US 1, easing traffic on both roads. Construction is scheduled to be complete in summer 2014. For more information, call (800) 749-2967, or visit Florida Department of Transportation website. Detour map / site overview.
- Citizen Dispute Mediation Program – A free service to help residents resolve legal issues with the assistance of a Certified County Mediator. Issue types include: neighborhood disputes, animal nuisance, landlord disputes, consumer complaints, HOA concerns, outstanding debt, and wage issues. Citizen Dispute Mediation Program.
- Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Workshop – As part of the March 19, 2013 Board of County Commissioners regular agenda, OMB Director Doug Timms gave the attached presentation to both inform and establish initial budget guidelines for the upcoming FY 2014 County budget process.
- Roberts Road Traffic – The Engineering Division's Improvement Study may be viewed online at www.sjcfl.us/Engineering.
- Palm Valley Area Sidewalk Improvements – Project powerpoint presentation, aerial photos, and design plans available through the Engineering Division.
- Board of County Commission Meeting Agendas – View agendas on the Clerk of Courts website. For information related to an agenda item, just click the text of that item.
- MySJCFL – Find out who your Commissioner is, what library branch is closest, school zones, House and Senate Districts, and more @ MySJCFL.
- Committees and Boards vacancies.
- FY 2012 Performance Measures Report.
- Interested in proposed development projects? See the Development Permit Database.
- Drive in St. Johns County? Get road construction advisories at www.sjcfl.us/Traffic.
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Public records requests may be made by completing the Public Records Request Form or contacting us directly. For more information, please contact Board of County Commissioners Records Management @ firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: (904) 209-0805.
Fair Housing – For questions about the Fair Housing Act compliance, please contact: Homeownership Programs Administrator, Dana Froberg at (904) 827-6895.
Americans with Disabilities Act – For questions in reference to Title II Procedures regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact the St Johns County Compliance Officer, Wayne Pacetti at (904) 209-0650.
Equal Opportunity Employment – For questions about Equal Opportunity Employment compliance, please contact Acting Director of Personnel, Stacey Stanish at (904) 209-0545.