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Working for Alachua County

Looking for a career change? You could build a career while also serving your community.

Category: Communications Office, Administrative Services,

Keywords: Working for Alachua County, jobs,


New Alachua County Pocket Park in Sugarfoot Oaks Community

This beautiful new pocket park is located at 817 S.W. 64th Terrace, Gainesville, and sits adjacent to the community family resource center operated by a collaboration between the Southwest Advocacy Group (SWAG), Partnership for Strong Families, and Alachua County. The lot was donated to the County in 2005, by Philip C. (Dusty) Hopkins of Boca Grande. The park has been officially named “Mark S. Hopkins Park”, in honor of Phillip Hopkins' late brother. A small playground previously sat on the site of the new park but was not up to the level of use it received from neighborhood kids.

Category: Communications Office, Facilities Management, County Commissioners,

Keywords: Pocket Park, Sugarfoot Oaks,


Animal Services, Animal Stories: Helping Alachua County's Pets

It doesn't matter if you're a dog or cat person. Alachua County Animal Services has over 100 pets available for adoption!

Visit them online at www.alachuacounty.us/animalservices or call (352)264-6870.

In addition to handling lost and abandoned animals, Alachua County Animal Services offers a wide range of services.

Category: Communications Office, Public Works,

Keywords: Animal Services, Animal Stories,


Barbara Higgins: A Black History Month Spotlight

Every year, we celebrate Black History Month. This year, we are shining a light on the work of the late Barbara Higgins, who worked tirelessly to ensure equal rights for those in Alachua County.

Category: County Commissioners, Communications Office,

Keywords: Black History, Barbara Higgins,


Animal Services, Animal Stories - Cody

It doesn't matter if you're a dog or cat person. Alachua County Animal Services has over 100 pets available for adoption!

It takes a lot of work to care for so many animals. Meet Cody, one of the Animal Shelter Assistants who plays matchmaker between potential adoptees and those looking for a new companion.

If you're interested in adopting or volunteering, call 352-264-6870 or visit http://alachuacounty.us/Depts/animalServices/adoptablePets/Pages/AdoptablePets.aspx to learn more.

Category: Communications Office,

Keywords: Animal Services, Animal Stories,


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