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Jan. 8 City Council Brief: City Charter Amendments up for Referendum Vote


Jan. 14, 2019, Green Cove Springs, FL – Green Cove Springs City Council unanimously voted to bring the proposed City Charter amendments to a ...

Qualifying for 2019 Municipal Elections starts January 28


Qualifying for City Council Seats 3, 4, and 5 will be open from noon on Monday, January 28, 2019, to noon on Friday, February 1, 2019. Qualifying p...

Roberts Street to Undergo Electric Upgrades


Upgrades to electric lines, poles, transformers and street lights along Roberts Street will begin the week of Dec. 30, 2018. These upgrades are par...

Dec. 4 City Council Brief: City Moving Forward with Major Projects for 2019


Green Cove Springs, FL – For its last meeting of 2018, Green Cove Springs City Council approved the execution of two significant projects for...

Fuse Sacrifice Pilot Program to Begin in January


Starting January 1, the City electric department will implement a fuse sacrifice system for Circuit 2 of the City’s South Substation. This ci...

City Council Nov. 13 Meeting Brief: Water/Wastewater Rates Increase


Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, Green Cove Springs – Green Cove Springs City Council passed the second and final reading to increase water and waste...

City Begins Spring Park Improvements with $400,000 Grant


Green Cove Springs- City Council approved a $400,000 Land and Water Conservation Fund grant for improvements towards Spring Park. The grant is a ma...

City adds School Resource Officers in Partnership with Clay County School Board


Green Cove Springs- City Council approved the interlocal agreement between Clay County School Board and the City of Green Cove Springs that would g...

Police Chief Derek Asdot selected to train in the FBI National Academy


Aug. 21, 2018, Green Cove Springs - Green Cove Springs Police Chief Derek Asdot will be heading out to FBI Headquarters in Quantico, VA, this fall ...

City Proposes Increase in Water and Wastewater Rates


Oct. 18, 2018, Green Cove Springs – City Council is in the process of approving an increase to water and wastewater rates for residential and...

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