The City Administrator's office directs and supervises the administration of all departments, offices and agencies of the City. Click ADMINISTRATION above for more information.
The Jacksonville Cemetery is one of the oldest and largest historic cemeteries in the state of Oregon and contains some of the earliest pioneer grave sites in all of Southern Oregon. Click CEMETERY above for more information.
The Finance Department is responsible for maintaining the financial integrity of the City and providing a wide range of financial support services. Click FINANCE above for more information.
The Jacksonville Fire Department currently consists of six full-time fire fighters, plus interns and volunteers who continue their mission of protecting the lives and properties of the town's 2,850 residents. Click FIRE above for more information.
The Human Resources (HR) Director is responsible for the administration of personnel policies, employee relations, employee benefits, classification and compensation, personnel records and more. Click HUMAN RESOURCES above for more information.
Parks & City Properties
Jacksonville’s parks are vitally important for establishing and maintaining a quality of life, ensuring the health of residents and visitors while contributing to the economic and environmental well-being of the town. Click PARKS & CITY PROPERTIES above for more information.
The Jacksonville Planning Department is responsible for current and long-range planning, as well as the implementation of the Jacksonville Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code. Click PLANNING above for more information.
The Jacksonville Police Department ensures the public safety of the community by safeguarding lives and property by delivering services in a prompt, efficient and effective manner. Click POLICE above for more information.