Request Jacksonville Citizen Services Online

As a citizen of the city of Jacksonville in Florida, you can request for various services online. These include license application services, building inspection services and event permit application services, among others. You can also access fee payment services online: including ambulance bill, parking ticket, building permit and car registration fee payment services, among others. At yet another level, as a Jacksonville citizen, you can pay fines for traffic citations – including moving violations and red light camera violations online. You also have a chance to look for Jacksonville city government jobs online, and to find information on things like the various city fees, missing pets, voting information… and so on online.  Previously, you’d have had to visit various offices in order to request for these services. Nowadays though, you can request for them online through the City of Jacksonville online portal.

Requirements for you to request Jacksonville citizen services online

For you to request Jacksonville citizen services online, you need to be equipped with a computing device that has a browser application and that is connected to the Internet. You also need to have the requisite fees for the service you will be requesting — unless it happens to be in the category of free services.

Steps to follow when requesting Jacksonville citizen services online

  • Firstly, you need to go to the Jacksonville City website. To do this, you need to put your computing device on, and then launch the browser application. Then you need to enter the address/URL for the Jacksonville City website into the browser application. The address/URL we have just made reference to is provided in the ‘links’ section of this article. When you enter that address/URL into your browser application, you are taken straight to the Jacksonville City website.
  • When you get to the Jacksonville City website, on the landing page, right at the top, you will see a main menu with items like ‘Government’, ‘Business’, ‘Community’, ‘Visitors’… and so on. One of the items in that menu is the ‘Online Services’ link. Roll your mouse over that (Online Services) link.
  • When you roll your mouse over the ‘Online Services’ link, a drop down menu appears below. Among the items in that drop down menu are ‘Pay a Fee’, ‘Public Safety’, ‘Request a Service’ and ‘Apply/Register’. Click on the ‘Request a Service’ link.
  • When you click on the ‘Request a Service’ link, you are taken to another screen, where you will find various links you can click on, to request for various services. Click on the link for the specific service you are interested in, and you will be taken to yet another screen where you will be able to request for/access that particular service.


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