Effective August 4, 2020: Citing the need for stronger action to flatten the curve of COVID-19, Mayor Lumumba has signed the Third Amended Stay Safe Jackson Executive Order which orders bars to close for inside service. All bars, nightclubs, lounges, taverns, and private clubs located in the City of Jackson shall close, except to the extent that such establishments ONLY provide take-out, pick up, delivery or drive-through services as allowed by law. Businesses found in violation will be shut down for 24-hours and must submit an Attestation of Compliance with the City of Jackson before reopening. Mayor Lumumba has also issued a Mayoral Curfew Order in the City of Jackson effective August 6th at 12 midnight - 5 am for the next five days. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, call our Hotline at 601-586-3067 and fill out the Symptom Collector. If you are in need of mental health support during this time, call our Mental Health Warmline at 601-586-3073. 

FAQ Topic: Services

Assistance and Resources

For more information on assistance and resources for residents who have been impacted by the coronavirus (Covid-19) please visit our resource page: Coronavirus (Covid-19) Resources  

What time is Traffic Court?

Tuesdays: Begins at 6:00 PM Thursdays: Begins at 3:00 PM Please check in at Traffic Window prior to going into the Courtroom. For more information, visit the Jackson Municipal Clerk website.

How much is an expungement filing fee?

An expungement filing fee is $50.00 and is to be paid upon submission of Motion & Order of Expungement. For more information, visit the Jackson Municipal Clerk website.

Where can I purchase Abstracts of Court?

Abstracts of Court can be requested at the Court Services window. The cost is $15.00 per charge. For more information, visit the Jackson Municipal Clerk website.

Is the property owner responsible for a sewer back-up?

The property owner is responsible for the line that services his/her building up to the property line. However, if a blockage occurs in the service line but is unknown where the blockage is taking place (private or public property), the property owner must make an effort to free the blockage, at his/her expense. This may … Continued

Does the city replace driveway pipes?

No, the City is not responsible for replacing driveway pipes; it is the responsibility of the property owner. It is also the responsibility of the property owner to keep driveway pipes clear of any debris; however the City will assist with keeping driveway pipes clean. If a driveway pipe is clogged and needs to be … Continued

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