Freezing temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday may affect the City’s distribution system, resulting in higher than normal water main failures. If you experience low water pressure or see any water line failures, please call the City’s 311 Action Line and take precautions against freezing pipes with these tips.

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Press Release: City of Jackson Rolls Out New OpenGov Data Portal

OpenGov will be used as a tool for transparency within the City of Jackson and to help the city further build its dignity economy. (JACKSON, Miss.) – Monday, Chief Administrative Officer, Dr. Robert Blaine along with Data Scientist, Lacey Loftin, unveiled the OpenGov data portal for the City of Jackson. The OpenGov portal, which is … Continued

Press Release: City of Jackson Gearing Up for Annual Easter Egg Hunt

(JACKSON, Miss.) – It’s that time of the year again! The Annual Easter Egg Hunt is set to take place Saturday, April 20th at the V.A. Legion Softball Complex located at 4500 Officer Thomas Catchings Sr. Drive, Jackson, MS. This event is for children 4 – 8 years old. Citizens in the Jackson area will … Continued

Jackson Fire Department To Host 29th Annual Kids Fire Academy Camp

(Jackson, MS) – The Jackson Fire Department is getting ready to host their 29th Annual Kids Fire Academy Camp, geared towards educating children between the ages of 7-14. The goal is to ensure they are well-informed as it relates to the Jackson Fire Department, Community Relations, Fire Safety Education, and the City of Jackson in … Continued

City of Jackson Joins Bankon Jackson as Part of America Saves Week

Promoting automatic savings to help people reach their savings goals (Jackson, Ms) – As part of America Saves Week 2019, scheduled for February 25 – March 2, 2019, BankOn Jackson is spreading the savings message and urging its network to encourage people to make savings automatic as part of America Saves Week. BankOn Jackson and … Continued

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