In an effort to protect the health and well-being of our citizens, a Civil Emergency has been declared in the City of Jackson to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. As a precaution, City Hall and all non-essential city government offices, including our Senior Community Centers and Early Childhood Development Centers will be closed until March 31, 2020. Public gatherings of 10 or more people are prohibited. Bars have been ordered to close and restaurants may only operate as take-out, drive-through, or delivery service only. Please continue to exercise proper hygiene and social distancing. Information for more resources may be found here.

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HUD Section 108 Downtown Jackson Market Study

(Jackson, MS) – The Department of Planning and Development is working with Hunden Strategic Partners to complete a feasibility/market study to assess downtown Jackson’s current market conditions and potential for future development. During this time, the long-range planning group within the Department of Planning & Development will ideate, conceptualize, analyze and render projects.  This group … Continued

Jackson Blight Elimination Program

The purpose of the Blight Elimination Program is to procure grant funding available for the removal of blighted properties, prevention of abandonment of neighboring properties, reduction in foreclosures among neighboring houses, and to strengthen neighborhood property values. The City of Jackson has developed a selection process for choosing a Blight Partner and is working on … Continued

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