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The City of Jackson, Michigan is committed to fostering a vibrant downtown. At last nights "State of the City" presentation, city leaders shared their vision for a future that's exciting and inclusive for ALL. We're proud to be part of the team. #AnchorInitiative

The inaugural State of the City Address, Feb. 20.

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Weren't able to nab a ticket to the State of the City address tonight at 6:15 pm? No worries! The event will be recorded live and published here for all to view. Stay tuned to the City's Facebook page to watch live. http://www.cityofjackson.org/DocumentCenter/View/5714

Jackson City Hall, 161 W. Michigan Ave., will close Monday, Feb. 19, in observance of Presidents' Day. Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday at 8 a.m.

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A lot of great family owned and operated businesses included here - and a lot of great food!

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Here's how we spent a great day eating (and drinking) our way through Jackson, Michigan!

Jackson City Council approved a development contract last night for 159 W. Michigan Ave - right next door to City Hall. Say hello to the soon-to-be salon/spa and five loft-style apartments downtown!

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All tickets have been allocated for the State of the City address scheduled for Feb. 20.

Jackson City Council is set to meet at 6:30 p.m. tonight on the second floor of City Hall, 161 W. Michigan Ave. Click the link for tonight's agenda: http://www.cityofjackson.org/…/ViewFile/Agenda/_02132018-539

Jackson City Councilman Freddie Dancy will host a neighborhood meeting Feb. 22 at the Boos Center. Click the link for more information: http://www.cityofjackson.org/DocumentCenter/View/5725

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Heads up! All Jackson Rec Dept activities are CANCELLED for Saturday, February 10th! This includes youth basketball, and all King and Boos Center programming. Thank you!

City of Jackson Parks, Recreation, & Cemeteries Department

Good Morning! ALL Jackson Recreation Dept activities for Saturday, February 10th have been CANCELLED. This includes youth basketball games, youth gymnastics, and all other classes and activities!

❄️Please share with your family and friends! Thank you!

Jackson is currently under a winter storm warning. There is a forecast for heavy snow accumulation over the next 24 to 36 hours.

We are asking all residents, to please remove and refrain from parking their vehicles on the street to aid with the City’s snow removal efforts.

The plow crews will be clearing the snow and applying road treatment applications starting first with state trunk lines, then emergency snow routes, and finally major and local streets. Please remember to c...lear your sidewalks of ice and snow as well.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Department of Public Works at (517) 788-4170.

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Due to its unique venue size, City officials will hand out a limited number of tickets for the State of the City address beginning Wednesday, Feb. 14, on the 5th floor of City Hall, 161 W. Michigan Ave.

The address is scheduled for 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the site of the soon-to-be Jackson School of the Arts, 157 W. Cortland St.

Tickets are free of charge, and will be doled out on a first come, first serve basis.

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The City of Jackson's January/February Newsletter is out now, click the link for a PDF copy!

http://www.cityofjackson.org/DocumentCenter/View/5714

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See, this ain't so bad!

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For the past 50 years, this would have earned us a citation. Here's a drive around downtown Jackson, going what was formerly known as the "wrong way" on Louis Glick Highway and Washington Avenue.

The streets were converted for two-way traffic on Tuesday, Feb. 6.

HEADS UP: The downtown Jackson loop, including Louis Glick Highway and Washington Avenue, is now two-way!

Stay safe, and be sure to heed the street signs and pavement markings over your recollection of what the streets used to be.

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Looking good Jackson!

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Looking good, downtown Jackson! 📹 via Josef Magsig