COSA: 💳 Effective immediately, the City of St. Augustine is no longer issuing new ParkNow Cards 💳 Here’s what you need to know: 💳 Current ParkNow cards Current ParkNow cards with funds will still work in the meters/kiosks and at the parking garage and should be used until balances are depleted. 💲 Existing funds Residents can transfer existing funds from the ParkNow Card to a virtual wallet on the ParkStAug mobile app. The card must be surrendered to the Parking Division, so this must be done in person at 50 Bridge Street. 🚗 Using your license plate When parking in…Continue Reading
BAD SANTA OPERATION: The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office (SJSO) Property Crimes Unit (PCU) Detectives, Deputies, and Intelligence Analysts recently conducted a proactive multi-week operation to combat Retail Theft, Organized Retail Theft, and other crime at numerous locations across St. Johns County. As a result of this operation 11 suspects were arrested, 10 charging affidavits were completed, 4 Juvenile Civil Citations were issued, and over $7,000 worth of stolen property was recovered. According to national statistics, 81.2% of retailers surveyed report that violence and aggression associated with Organized Retail Crime incidents increased in the past year. In 2022, SJSO Deputies…Continue Reading
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointment of Roy Alaimo to the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners. Roy Alaimo Alaimo is the Owner of Alaimo Strategies. He is a former District Representative for the United States House of Representatives and was previously appointed to the St. Johns County Planning and Zoning Authority. Alaimo earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of North Florida.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Florida (December 12, 2022) – The 10th Annual Clays for a Cause event, presented by St. Johns County homebuilder,MasterCraft Builder Group, was held on December 8, 2022 at Saltwaters Shooting Club in St. Augustine. The event brought together members of the local construction community as well as the general public for a day of clay shooting and raising money for area nonprofits. The largest to date, the 10th Annual Clays for a Cause raised $285,000 for multiple North Florida charities including Seamark Ranch, St. Augustine Youth Services (SAYS), Alpha-Omega Miracle Home, Rethreaded, HorsePlay Therapy Center, Investing in Kids (INK!), The Jimmy Jam BBQ Slam, Port in the Storm, Top Shots, Builders Care, and Kids Safe…Continue Reading