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Current and Upcoming Projects

Click below for information on current or upcoming projects concerning Alachua County.

 NW 16th Ave Mill and Resurface

NW 98th Street Mutli-Use Path

FDOT US 441 Resurfacing

Click to view the full Current Reports page

Find the Perfect Pet for Your Family

In addition to handling lost and abandoned animals, Alachua County Animal Services offers a wide range of services. You can view adoptable animals online and keep an eye out for that perfect pet from the comfort of your own home.

View adoptable animals online now!


Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO)

The Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization for the Gainesville Urbanized Area is responsible for the continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative urban transportation planning program for the Gainesville Metropolitan Area.

To go to the MTPO website click here.

AC Talks- Public Works (January, 2011)

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Alachua County Parks

Come enjoy one of the many beautiful parks in Alachua County. You can look through our list of parks, or search based on an activity you'd like to enjoy. Or visit the State of Florida Parks site.

Request a Tour

Volunteer Opportunities

Flood Protection Information

The program provides for the information related to flood zone and issues related to flooding. More information.

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