Fire Rescue Pinning Ceremony

On the evening of September 25th, the Jackson County Fire Rescue Department met at the Citizen’s Lodge to formally recognize members of the department who recently promoted to new positions as well as welcoming two new members to the ranks of the department. The events of the evening were as follows:firerescue

  • Opening welcome statements by Jackson County Commissioner Ken Stephens.
  • Invocation by JCFR Chaplain Firefighter/EMT Craig Hayes
  • Master of Ceremonies was Chief Scott Birge who gave a brief history of the beginning of organized fire service as directed by Caesar Augustus in 6AD and was modeled after the fire brigades in Alexandria.

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Soil and Water District Meeting

The next regualr meeting of the Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District is scheduled for Monday - October 6th, 2014 beginning at 9:30 a.m. The meeting location will be at the University of Florida IFAS Extension Office on Pennsylvania Avenue - Marianna, Florida. We will meet in the small conference room across from the Peanut Producer's Office.

If there are items you would like to see placed on the agenda, other than normal, please contact Lola Allard at (850) 526-2610 ext 101.c150

Jackson County Road Closures

Due to recent heavy rainfall, be sure to visit our "Current Road Closures" page for updated information on closures throughout the County such as each road's current status, what portion is closed, Road Closed Signand more.

Continued caution is highly recommended as road conditions can change quickly.

We also ask that heavier equipment/vehicles remain off of the roads with a "Closed" or "Open to Local Traffic" status to prevent additional damage to the road with the exception of local residential traffic, school buses, and emergency vehicles, as needed.

We thank you for your continued patience as we address the many road concerns.

Be safe and plan ahead.


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