Duval County (Jacksonville), FL Utilities Contact Information
Local Contact information for various utilities. Click on company name to be directed to their home page.
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- Duval County School Board: - (904) 390-2000
- Florida Department of Education: - (800) 447-1636 for list of all schools in Duval County
Other Important Numbers:
- NAACP: - (904) 764-7578
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): - (800) 440-8091
- City of Jacksonville: - (904) 630-CITY
- Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO): - 911 in the event of emergency | (904) 630-0500 for a non-emergency
- Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE): - (850) 410-7000
Duval County Property Management
When it's time to allow somebody else to take over the hard work of owning rental properties, you need the right property managers in Duval County. Your rental homes are an investment, but they won't pay you back unless they are rented out and maintained. Our professional team of Duval County property managers will take care of everything for you.
We make sure the property remains desirable for tenants and everything operates smoothly on a daily basis. Our property owners in Duval County depend on us to ensure they reach their goals for profitability. Whether you own a single family home, a duplex, office spaces or even an apartment building, our team of professional property managers will take care of everything. We ensure your property is well managed and you attract and retain the best possible tenants.
Duval County Information
With a population of more than 900,000 residents, Duval County is the county seat of Jacksonville, Florida. It was first established in 1922 and the county was named for Governor William Pope Duval. He was the governor from 1822 to 1834.
When the county was first created, it covered a much larger amount of land. It stretched from the Suwanee River on the west all the way to the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The northern line was found at the mouth of the Suwannee River.
Many other counties were formed out of Duval County including Nassau County, Alachua County, Clay County and parts of St. Johns County.
The county includes five communities, which are:
- Jacksonville Beach
- Atlantic Beach
- Neptune Beach
Jacksonville makes up the bulk of the population and the three beach communities are often lumped together and called "The Beaches".
Whether your rental property is found in Downtown Jacksonville or out near the ocean, our Duval County property management service has you covered!