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St. Johns County is currently hosting a series of public information meetings regarding updated FEMA floodplain maps, flood risk and mitigation strategies, protection of natural resources and hurricane preparedness. more
St. Johns County has joined Nextdoor in an effort to increase communication with county residents and neighborhoods regarding programs, projects and services. more
St. Johns County Solid Waste is hosting a Super Community Collection Event from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8 at North Beach Park, 3721 Coastal Highway in St. Augustine, for residents to safely dispose of household hazardous waste, electronics and tires (limit 10 per household) free of charge. more
On Aug. 26, 2016 — a date which will live in NFL infamy — the San Francisco 49ers’ then-quarterback Colin Kaepernick opted to sit out the traditional pregame performance of the national anthem while the rest of his team stood, hands over hearts. Claiming that his refusal to stand was in protest of “police brutality,” Kaepernick’s bold move of defiance would quickly spark a national movement and firestorm, and with the recent resurgence of the anthem protests during the 2018 NFL preseason, the fierce debate over the controversy, it seems, will rage on. more
State Representative Cyndi Stevenson shares a few updates from the recent legislative session at the St. John's County Chamber of Commerce EDC Quarterly Breakfast held this morning. more
The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund hosted an open house Tuesday, Aug. 21 to celebrate the opening of its new headquarters location in Ponte Vedra Beach, which will allow the organization to be more efficient and have its full team in one place. more
More than 2,000 sea oats were recently planted along the beach of the Department of Environmental Protection's Guana Tolomato Matanzas (GTM) Research Reserve to protect the shoreline during hurricanes and tropical storms. more
Just this past year, we’ve seen natural disasters in Texas, California, Florida and Puerto Rico — and looking back even further, it’s not hard to spot other traumas in virtually every part of the country. Whether it’s a tornado, hurricane, flood or wildfire, you may be at least potentially susceptible to a weather-related event that could threaten your physical — and financial — well-being. How can you protect yourself? more
While August marks the halfway point of the hurricane season, FEMA is reminding Floridians that the most active months of the season remain, and so does the need for flood insurance. more
Partners of Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund are prepared to once again activate the Relief Fund if disaster strikes. more
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