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Posted on: February 1, 2021

[ARCHIVED] JC Implements New Online Reservation and Payment System for Community Facilities

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Jackson County Implements New Online Reservation and Payment System for Community Facilities 
New Platform Offers Citizens Easier Access to Parks and Recreation Activities, Community Center Rentals 

Jackson County, MS has partnered with CivicRec to implement its facility rental/reservation management software solution. This integrated technology platform for local governments allows citizens greater visibility into options to book Community Centers and Recreation Department activities. 

With the implementation of CivicRec, residents will now have the option to pay online with a debit or credit card. 

“We are thrilled to have this option available for the citizens of Jackson County to easily reserve and pay online.” said Tammy Moore, Director of Community Centers and Fairgrounds. “The Jackson County Board of Supervisors’ partnership in this technology will benefit our communities for years to come.” 

The portal is available on the Jackson County, Mississippi website: (under “I Want To…”).

About CivicRec & CivicPlus
The CivicRec solution is designed to be intuitive to navigate and easy for citizens to use. It is mobile-friendly, allowing citizens to search for community activities and events, register, and remit payment--even from a smartphone or tablet. 

CivicRec is part of the CivicPlus Platform of local government technology solutions designed exclusively for the public sector. CivicPlus has over 20 years of experience working with local governments. Its CivicRec parks and recreation management solution offers the most simple, powerful software solution in the recreation industry. 

CivicPlus is the integrated technology platform for local government, working with over 4,000 local governments, including municipalities, counties, and municipal departments. CivicPlus has been selected by Inc. Magazine as “One of the Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies in the U.S.” since 2011. For more information, visit 

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