Residents of Jackson County’s unincorporated areas along with the Cities of Gautier, Moss Point, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula, are invited to participate in an online survey regarding future plans to create a network of trails throughout the urbanized areas of the County.
In observance of Veteran’s Day, most Jackson County offices will be closed on Friday, November 10. This includes the Animal Shelter and County Landfill on Seaman Road, however both of these departments will be open during their regular business hours on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Jackson County and the Cities of Gautier, Moss Point, Ocean Springs and Pascagoula are working together and seeking public input on a Bicycle, Pedestrian and Trails Master Plan that would result in a network of trails, both land and water, throughout the urbanized areas of the county. The first five workshops will be held November 13th through November 15th.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
The Jackson County Veteran Services Office will be closed October 18-20, 2017 while employees attend required education and training classes. The JC Veteran Services Office is located at 4111 Amonett Street in Pascagoula and provides assistance to military veterans and family members in obtaining their benefits.
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors proclaimed a “Declaration of Local Emergency” Thursday, October 5th in advance of Hurricane Nate. The National Weather Service forecasters are predicting a Category I Hurricane to make landfall somewhere along the Louisiana/Mississippi Gulf Coast. Residents are encouraged to pay close attention to weather updates as the landfall location is subject to change. Residents are also advised to begin making their hurricane preparations, including securing property. Although tomorrow’s weather is predicted to be beautiful, please pay close attention to weather updates as they are made available.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Jackson County, Mississippi Board of Supervisors, will have a emergency meeting pursuent to Title 19, Chapter 3, Section 19(3) of the Mississippi Code Annotated of 1972, as amended, at 2:15 O'Clock P.M. on the 5th day of October, 2017, at the Emergency Operations Center, 600 Convent Street, 2nd Floor, Pascagoula, Mississippi, 39567, to discusss the need to declare a state of emergency due to imminent weather conditions and what other actions may be necessary in regard to the same.