As a resident of Jacksonville city, you can easily access City of Jacksonville Services online by visiting www.coj.net, provided you have access to the internet connection. You can also request for Jacksonville citizen services online.
By going to City of Jacksonville website, you can request for Jacksonville citizen services. Once you indicate that you are interested in the online services, you can proceed and state the specific service you are interested in.
The service could be:
- To Pay for a license
- Paying an ambulance bill
- Paying a parking ticket and paying city taxes
- Applying for an event permit
- To Apply for housing assistance
- Applying for a fishing license and many more.
ALSO SEE: Florida Disaster Food Assistance Program
To request for Jacksonville citizen services online, you need to visit the City of Jacksonville website with a device connected to the internet.
Step Guide To Access City of Jacksonville Services Online Via www.coj.net
- With your device, visit www.coj.net
- At the City of Jacksonville website, you will see at the menu, links like ‘Government’, ‘Living’, ‘Business’, ‘Visitors’, ‘Transparency’ and ‘Online Services’.
- Kindly click on the ‘Online Services’ link.
- Then, click on the link for the specific online service you wish to procure.
If you wish to apply for an event permit, kindly click on the event link. Then proceed to the motions of procuring the selected service: such as filling in the required forms, making the requisite payment etc.
DISASTER RECOVERY RESOURCES
Food & Shelter:
- Shelters: For the most recent updated information on shelters, call 1-904-630-CITY or 2-1-1.
- Food Resources: For food pantry locations, call 1-904-630-CITY or 2-1-1.
- American Red Cross: 1-800-768-8048 (toll free) and 1-904-358-8091 (local) – for shelter info / www.redcross.org/local/florida/north-florida/local-chapters/northeast-florida
- Salvation Army: 1-904-356-8641 – for shelter and food / www.salvationarmyusa.org
- Prime Osborn Convention Center (1000 Water St. – 32204): Open for the general public to “cool off”. It has access to Internet and charging stations. 9 am – 9 pm through September 17th.
FEMA: If you have damage to your property as a result of Hurricane Irma, please contact FEMA @ 1-800-621-FEMA (3362); TTY 1-800-462-7585; www.fema.gov; www.disasterassistance.gov