According to the Ross Barnet Reservoir, floodwaters that impacted homes over the weekend are now receding. Evacuees are now clear to return to their homes. We would like to remind citizens that this is still a dangerous circumstance as harmful debris and other biohazards can still linger in the water. Curbside pickup and Roll-Off Dumpsters will be available tomorrow until further notice. To report residential damage, commercial damage, and debris cleanup, please use the Crisis Tracker. Residents impacted by flooding can visit any metro Jackson area Lowes location for free supplies and water.

Visit the MS Department of Health for Flood Tips. Please stay out of floodwaters!


Mayor’s Youth Council

 Mission Statement 

The mission of the Mayor’s Youth Council is to (1) provide ongoing and direct input on government policies and practices that may affect young people, (2) advocate on issues and initiatives that may impact the lives of young people, (3) recommend and foster initiatives for and by youth, (4) act as a communication link between the local government and the young people of the city of Jackson, (5) promote and recognize the abilities, accomplishments, and contributions of young people in their communities, and (6) organize and participate in service-learning projects that benefit the citizens of Jackson. 

Who can join the Mayor’s Youth Council? 

Students in grades 9th -12th for the 2019-2020 school year who reside in the city of Jackson may participate in the program. The Mayor’s Youth Council is made up of 25 students, with a minimum of two students from each JPS high school. Applicants from private and parochial schools will be considered if the student lives in the city of Jackson. Students selected for the youth council must maintain a B average in all classes and have a recommendation from school and community leaders. 

*Not currently accpeting applications*

For more information contact Constituent Services at 601-960-1084.

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