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Clay County Update on COVID-19 and Government Services

May 29, 2020

Post Date:05/29/2020 4:30 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 29, 2020

5:00 P.M.

 

Annaleasa Winter

Board of County Commissioners - Clay County, FL                                                      

Annaleasa.Winter@ClayCountyGov.com

Media Hotline: 904-413-1670

Public Call Center: 877-252-9362

 

Clay County Update on COVID-19 and Government Services

Green Cove Springs, FL – Clay County Emergency Management, in Unified Command with the Florida Department of Health in Clay County, the Board of County Commissioners and Clay County Manager, is responding to COVID-19. 

The Clay County Local State of Emergency was extended through June 5, 2020 and will be extended weekly as necessary. The Clay County Board of County Commissioners’ Division of Emergency Management website Alert.ClayCountyGov.com has a COVID-19 section to provide the most recent COVID-19 updates.

 

COVID-19 Testing Sites for Clay County

Bear Run Clinic -A free drive through testing site for Clay County residents is open at the Florida Department of Health Bear Run Clinic located at 3229 Bear Run Boulevard, Orange Park.

  1. Appointments will be scheduled every 10 minutes, from 8 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  2. To make an appointment, call 877-252-9362.
  3. You do not need to have signs or symptoms to be tested.
  4. Please bring your Clay County ID and your own pen.
  5. Testing forms available at  www.alert.claycountygov.com. Forms will also be available on site.
  6. If you have not been contacted within 5 days after testing, you may request your results by:
  1. Calling: (850) 583-2419 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. ET
  2. Sending an email to: COVID19Results@cdrmhealth.com. You will be prompted to complete an Authorization to Release Information.
  3. Please note, the testing lab may contact you with results by an unknown or private number. If your phone settings block these numbers, you may not receive the call.

Additional Testing Locations -You must be symptomatic to do one of the following:

  1. If you are insured and have a primary care physician, please contact your physician for evaluation and further direction.
  2. If you are uninsured or are insured and meet the criteria for testing, contact CareSpot for instructions. This visit must include an appointment/walk-in appointment with a physician at CareSpot.

- CareSpot Middleburg 904-406-8240

- CareSpot Orange Park 904-213-0600

  1. If you are uninsured or are insured, but don't have a primary care physician, please contact one of the following clinics regarding their sliding fee scale or if they accept your insurance.

- Palms Medical Group Orange Park 904-688-3000

- Aza Health Green Cove Springs 904-284-5904

- Aza Health Keystone Heights 352-473-6595

 

Clay County Residents can receive COVID-19 testing at the regional testing facility set up at Lot J at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville. Anyone, regardless of age or symptoms can now be tested at this location. Drive-thru, no appointment and its FREE! Max 5 people per vehicle, must have working A/C and windows that open and fully close. Adults need a valid photo ID. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present. Those coming to be tested should be prepared to answer pre-screening questionnaire. You must remain in your vehicle - No restrooms available on site.

 

CareerSource Re-Employment Center

Clay County residents looking for a job can meet with CareerSource Northeast Florida representatives at the T. Jesse Godbold Building located at 2463 SR 16 West in Green Cove Springs, 32043.

Appointments will be scheduled Monday through Friday starting at 9 a.m. with the last appointment at 3 p.m.

  • To schedule an appointment, visit www.careersourcenefl.com and click the “Make An Appointment” button.  Select an appointment time and enter your contact information. 
  • Please know or bring the following information to assist you in completing or updating your Employ Florida Registration:
  1. Valid social security number
  2. Valid email address
  3. Work history to create (or update) a resumé through the Resumé Builder and assist you with completing the Background Wizard
  4. Wear a face mask
  • If you have been previously registered in Employ Florida and need assistance with your username or password, please contact 904-356-JOBS (5627) prior to your appointment.

 

The Clay County Board of County Commissioners, County Manager and Emergency Manager will follow all guidelines issued in Governor Ron DeSantis’ Executive Orders in phase one of the Re-Open Florida Plan.  

 

Governor’s Executive Order 20-114

(Emergency Management Extension of Executive Order 20-52- COVID-19 Public Health Emergency) effective May 8, 2020 and extended for 60 days.

Governor’s Executive Order 20-121

(Limited Extension of Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief) Extends Executive Order 20-94 (Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief) until 12:01 a.m. on June 2, 2020.

 

Governor’s Executive Order 20-123

Full Phase 1: Safe. Smart. Step by Step. Plan for Florida’s Recovery 

Modifies Executive Order 20-112 so Florida may enter into the FULL PHASE 1 of the Re-Open Florida Plan: By Order of the Governor, effective at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, May 19, 2020:

  • All Clay County youth activity facilities and multipurpose fields are open to the public.
  • Bookings at Clay County vacation rentals can resume.
  • Clay County restaurants and food establishments may allow on premises consumption of food and beverage, limiting capacity to 50 percent of their building occupancy, or offer outdoor seating, and providing for physical distancing of six feet between parties indoors and out. Parties will be limited to 10 or fewer and bar counters will remain closed to seating. 
  • In-store retail sales establishments in Clay County may open store fronts, operating at no more than 50 percent of their building occupancy and must abide by CDC guidelines.
  • Gyms and fitness centers can reopen at 50% of their building occupancy. Equipment should be sanitized after every use. Physical distancing of 6 feet between users should be in place. 
  • Clay County hair salons, barbershops and nail salons may open, and all business must be conducted by appointment only.
  • Elective medical procedures may continue. Clay County hospital and office surgical centers, dental office, orthodontic office, endodontic office and other health care practitioners’ office procedures may resume providing the facility has the capacity meet a surge demand if needed. Offices must have adequate PPE supplies.
  • Clay County Senior citizens and individuals with significant underlying medical conditions shall continue to stay at home and take measures to limit the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
  • Clay County will not allow visits to nursing home or long-term care facilities during phase one of the reopening plan to avoid any possible exposure from asymptomatic individuals.
  • Clay County bars, pubs and nightclubs shall continue to suspend the sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises.
  • Clay County indoor movie theaters remain closed. Drive-in theaters can operate under CDC guidelines.
  • The Clay County Board of County Commissioners is providing limited public access to the County Administration Building. Those wishing to do business with Clay County should call the Clay County Government Switchboard at 904-284-6300.
  • Clay County will continue to incorporate the use of communications technology such as telephonic and video conferencing for Board and Committee public meetings during the duration of this Executive Order.
  • Clay County District Schools will continue distance learning through the end of the school year.
  • Clay County Public Libraries have reopened in a limited capacity. Hours will be daily from 1 – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 

A complete list of all COVID-19 Executive Orders issued by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is located here: https://www.flgov.com/covid-19/.

 

Food Distribution Sites

Registration is required at Alert.ClayCountyGov.com. Registration prior to arrival is encouraged; however, forms will be available on site. Seven-day family food boxes are available on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last. Registering doesn’t guarantee food pick-up. If you have any questions, please call the EOC Call Center at 877-252-9362, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The locations and schedules are:

  • Lakeside Jr. High, 2750 Moody Avenue, Orange Park, Fl: Wednesdays, 3-5 p.m.
  • Lake Asbury Jr. High, 2851 Sandridge Road, Green Cove Springs, Fl: Thursdays, 3-5 p.m.
  • Wilkinson Jr. High, 5025 CR 218, Middleburg, Fl: Fridays, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Keystone Heights Elementary, 335 SW Pecan Street, Keystone Heights, Fl: Fridays, 5-7 p.m.

Anyone interested in collecting and distributing donations should contact volunteer@claycountygov.com.  

 

Emergency Food Distribution Campaign

The Clay County Chamber of Commerce Foundation is partnering with the Clay County Emergency Operations Center to raise funds to purchase non-perishable food items for families in need. If you would like to contribute to this County-wide effort, please visit the Clay Charmer of Commerce Foundation link at https://www.claychamber.com/store/c3/Help_support_your_neighbors_through_their_coronavirus_challenges..html  or call the Emergency Operations Call Center at 877-252-9362 and ask about donating to the Chamber’s Emergency Food Distribution Campaign. 

 

Pet Food Assistance

Clay County Animal Services has donated pet food available for Clay County residents who may be struggling to provide for their pets during this health crisis. Please call the Emergency Operations Call Center at 877-252-9362 to schedule a pickup time at the shelter. Please remain in your vehicle at your scheduled pickup time and staff will bring the pet food to you.

 

COVID-19 Call Centers

  • The Clay County Emergency Operations Call Center is available to residents Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. -5 p.m. at 877-252-9362.
  • The State of Florida Department of Health 24-hour Call Center is available at 866-779-6121.

 

Government Closures - Municipalities

  • Green Cove Springs - https://www.greencovesprings.com/- 904-297-7500 – City Hall building, Police Department Lobby and Public Works building lobby are closed to the public. All departments are available by phone. The City Hall drive-thru is open for those who want to pay their utility bills or permits in person.  The City pool is open to the public with a limit of 10 swimmers at one time. Reservations are required to swim, call 904-297-7070 or email greencove@planetswim.org.
  • Effective Tuesday, May 26, all multipurpose fields in Green Cove Springs parks are open to the public. This includes the baseball field, multipurpose field, and basketball court in Vera Francis Hall Park, the soccer field and baseball field by Thomas Hogans Memorial Gym, the basketball court in Augusta Savage Friendship Park, and the beach volleyball court in Spring Park. Thomas Hogans Memorial Gym remains closed to the public. Organized athletic associations must submit a safety plan for approval and an updated active insurance policy to City Manager Steve Kennedy. Documents can be emailed to Executive Assistant Kimberly Thomas at kthomas@greencovesprings.com.
  • All City playgrounds are open 7 days per week from sunrise to sunset.
  • The Splash Pad at Spring Park is open normal hours from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Keystone Heights - https://www.keystoneheights.us/ - 352-473-4807-

 The City of Keystone Heights lobby has reopened with a limited occupancy of 2 guests at one time. Please call in advance to make an appointment. Many services are available over the phone or through email at frontdesk@keystoneheights.us. Please continue to drop CCUA water payments in the drop box. Contact CCUA at 877-476-2282 for questions regarding water/sewer service.   

  • All City parks and playground equipment are open to the public including the tennis courts, basketball courts, and the dog park.
  • No pavilion rentals or park reservations will be accepted at this time.
  • Public restrooms remain closed.

 Orange Park - www.TownOfOrangePark.com - 904-264-9565 - Town Hall is open to the public with a limit of 10 people at one time in public spaces. Resident are encouraged to use the online utility payment option. Visit www.TownOfOrangePark.com and click on the “Utility Payments” button in the center of the homepage. Building permits and inspections can also be done through the Town’s website. For additional information or assistance please contact the Town Clerk by email at crusso@townop.com or phone at (904) 264-9565.

  •  Effective Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the Town of Orange Park will fully reopen all Town parks and playground equipment including: Town Hall Park and playground, Clark House Park, Orange Park Sports and Recreation Park, Orange Park Skateboard park, TC Miller Community Center and Recreation Park, and Somer’s Sunshine Park. All park hours are sunrise to sunset except for the Skateboard Park which is open 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., weather permitting.

  •  Physical distancing of 6 feet between people and all other CDC guidelines should be followed when using parks, facilities or pavilions. Pavilions are open for use on a first come, first served basis. Reservations will be accepted beginning June 20, 2020 and can be made via our online scheduling system here: https://topparkreservations.as.me/.

  • Organized athletic associations must submit a safety plan for approval to the Town of Orange Park Events & Recreation Department.
  • For more information about Town parks, please visit https://bit.ly/TOPParkRentals.

 

 Penney Farmswww.penneyfarmsfl.org - 904-529-9078- Town Hall business will be conducted by appointment only. The Town of Penney Farms playground park reopened on Friday, May 22, 2020.


 Government Closures- Constitutional Officers

 Clay County Tax Collector’s Office - https://www.claycountytax.com/ - 904-269-6320 - All office locations have reopened in a limited capacity during regular business hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  All customers will be encouraged to wear a mask.  One customer per station will be allowed in the building at a time with very limited seating in the lobby area.  No lobby seating is available at the Bear Run office.

  • Please follow physical distancing guidelines and stand 6 feet apart from others if you plan to wait in line outside.
  •  No road tests will be performed. Customers requiring road tests must use third party agencies.  No concealed weapons permits will be processed at this time.
  • Customers can complete many transactions online at https://www.claycountytax.com/.
  • A drop box is available in the lobby of the County Administration Building for tax payments and tag renewals.

 

Clay County Property Appraiserhttps://ccpao.com/- 904-269-6305 - The main office in Green Cove Springs is open to the public for walk-in service during normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Office visitors are requested to follow physical distancing guidelines. The Orange Park branch will remain closed at this time.

  • A drop box will also be available in the Administration Building lobby.

 Supervisor of Electionswww.ClayElections.gov - 904-269-6350 - Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office has resumed regular operations Monday- Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The office will be open to the public, and customers, in very limited capacity, will be permitted to wait in the lobby.

  •   Most tasks may be completed online or over the phone. Customers can register to vote, make updates to their information, find election dates, and more at www.ClayElections.gov. Voters are encouraged to request Vote by Mail Ballots for the August 18 Primary and November 3 General Elections.

Clay County Sheriff’s Office - https://www.claysheriff.com/- Non-Emergency Line: 904-264-6512. Lobbies are closed- call ahead for in person services. Some services have been postponed- full list here: https://www.claysheriff.com/news/clay-county-sheriffs-office-covid-19-response/.

 Clay County Clerk of Court & Clay County Courthousewww.clayclerk.com   

  •  Visit www.clayclerk.com or call (904) 269-6302, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 a.m. for general information regarding available Clerk’s Office services; limited/restricted entry rules apply through July 2, 2020.

  • Many court functions like electronic notifications of criminal court hearings (E-Notify), e-filing of court documents, payment plan applications, and online payments (nCourt) can be accomplished online at www.clayclerk.com.
  • The Clerk’s Orange Park Branch office, located at 1478 Park Avenue, is now open for limited in-person services, i.e. passport applications and marriage licenses by appointment only. Call (904) 541-2784 to make an appointment.
  • The recommended COVID-19 health screening for entry is conducted at both the main courthouse in Green Cove Springs and at the Orange Park Branch office.
  •  The Clerk’s Middleburg and Keystone Heights branch offices remain closed.

  •  A secure outside drop-box at the Orange Park branch is now open for the submission of documents for Recording, court filings and payments for citations/fines, please no cash.

  • The Supreme Court has suspended Florida jury trials through July 2. 
  • Only those court ordered to appear, scheduled for an appointment with the Clerk’s Office or involved in a safety-related emergency will be allowed to enter our offices. 
  • Petitions for Domestic Violence Injunctions are now available on our website – please visit www.clayclerk.com for access to forms and completion directions.

 

Government Closures- Board of County Commissioners

Beginning Tuesday, June 2, 2020, all Clay County Board and Committee Meetings, unless otherwise determined, will be held at the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, 4th Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston St., Green Cove Springs, Florida. Members of the public are invited to attend meetings in person or by viewing on Comcast Channel 260 or as streamed live from the Clay County website at www.claycountygov.com or on the Clay County, FL Government Facebook page at www.facebook.com\ClayCtyBcc.  Please note, meeting room capacity and physical distancing guidelines will be followed.  All entrants into the boardroom will be screened. All in-person guests are encouraged to wear a cloth face covering/mask

 

Additional instructions regarding viewing of and participation in public meetings can be requested by emailing publicrecords@claycountygov.com. Copies of meeting agendas are available at www.claycountygov.com/about-us/agendas-minutes

 

  • The Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of County Commissioners of Clay County, Florida will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at 3:00 p.m., in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, 4th Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston St., Green Cove Springs, Florida.
    • Due to the Local State of Emergency in Clay County, individuals wishing to make a public comment may do so remotely by registering telephonically at 904-529-4114, commencing on June 2, 2020, at 2 p.m. and prior to the public comment item for which you wish to be heard.
    • Please note, meeting room capacity and physical distancing guidelines will be followed.  All entrants into the boardroom will be screened. All in-person guests are encouraged to wear a cloth face covering/mask. 

  

  • The Clay County Planning Commission will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. The hearing will take place in the Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room, 4th Floor, Clay County Administration Building, 477 Houston St., Green Cove Springs, Florida.
    • Due to the Local State of Emergency in Clay County, individuals wishing to make a public comment may do so remotely by registering telephonically at 904-529-4114, commencing on June 2, 2020, at 6 p.m. and prior to the public comment item for which you wish to be heard.
    • Please note, meeting room capacity and physical distancing guidelines will be followed.  All entrants into the boardroom will be screened. All in-person guests are encouraged to wear a cloth face covering/mask. 

 

  • Those wishing to do business with Clay County should call the Clay County Government Switchboard at 904-284-6300. You will be prompted to select a County department or Constitutional Officer. You may also call the County department directly:    
    • Building Department:  904-529-5394
    • Health Department:  904-529-3784
    • Planning & Zoning:  904-541-3814
    • SHIP:  904-278-4700
    • Code Enforcement, no public appointments.  Please call 904-284-6310 or email Code.enforcement@claycountygov.com  
    • Engineering and Public Works: 904-284-6335
    • Clay County Animal Services: 904-269-6342
    • UF/IFAS Extension: 904-284-6355
  • A secure drop box for payments and paperwork is located in the main lobby of the Clay County Administrative Building at 477 Houston Street in Green Cove Springs.

 

Clay County Parks and Recreation

  • All playground equipment at Clay County Parks is open for use during regular hours (Sunrise to Sunset).
  • Effective Friday, May 22: 
  • All Clay County youth activity facilities and multipurpose fields are open to the public. Organized athletic associations must submit a safety plan for approval and an updated active insurance policy to the Clay County Parks and Recreation Department. Associations will also need to provide proof from their sanctioning body that activities may resume in that sport.
  • Beginning Friday, June 5, Camp Chowenwaw will be open for overnight camping. The day-use facilities including the Big Cabin at Camp Chowenwaw will be available for use beginning July 1. Call 904-259-8058 or email Camp.Chowenwaw@ClayCountyGov.com to reserve a campsite or facility at the park.
  • Clay County park facilities and pavilions are accepting reservations now for day-use beginning on July 1, 2020. Email Parksandrecreation@claycountygov.com to make your reservations to use the pavilions at Ronnie Van Zant, Foxmeadow, Moody, or Hunter- Douglas Parks, or the Fairgrounds, on or after July 1.

Physical distancing of 6 feet between people and all other CDC guidelines should be followed when using parks, facilities or pavilions.  

 

Clay County Public Libraries

  • Indoor browsing is allowed with capacity limited to less than 50% of building occupancy. Visit the library’s website at www.insignia.claycountygov.com/Library/Home to browse titles of books, DVD’s and much more from home.
  • Check out limits have returned to 15 items per card, 50 per family. 
  •  Access to public computers is allowed in one-hour sessions.
  • Self-service printing and copying services are available.
  • Patrons can use the free Wi-Fi from the parking lot.
  • Physical distancing guidelines will be followed at all library branches. 
  • No on-site gatherings permitted. 
  • Study and meeting rooms remain unavailable to the public.
  • Library programing is limited to a virtual format.

 

Clay County Animal Services

  • Effective Tuesday, May 26, gates at the shelter in Green Cove Springs are open from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
    • Lobby access will remain restricted, please check in at the tent near the entrance. 
    • Appointments are required to access the shelter and can be made in advance or on site. Please email CCAS staff at clayadoptions@claycountygov.com or call the shelter at 904-269-6342 to schedule an appointment.
      • Appointments for stray intakes are available from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
      • Adoption, owner reclaim, and fee payment appointments are available from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
      • CCAS will not be accepting owner surrenders at this time.

 

Curbside Solid Waste Collection

  • Curbside Collection services for garbage, yard waste and recyclables in Clay County is operating as scheduled.

     

    • Place bagged garbage, recycling, and yard debris curbside the night before your designated pick up day. Trucks may arrive earlier than usual in some areas due to staggered shifts.
    • If your items are not picked up on your designated day, check the waste for an information tag to see if an issue was identified preventing the collection.
    • If no tag is present, please report the missed service at https://www.claycountygov.com/departments/environmental-services/report-an-environmental-issue or call Advanced Disposal directly to report a missed collection service at 904-695-0500.

     

     

     

  • Recyclables should be placed securely in the recycle bin and not bagged. 
  • Residents are encouraged to utilize curbside collection services to avoid unnecessary trips and long lines at the Rosemary Hill Solid Waste Management Facility.

 

Clay County District Schools - School District Call Center 904-336-0090  CCDSCallCenter@myoneclay.net

  • Clay County District Schools will continue distance learning through the end of the school year.
  • Clay District Schools Meals Service will continue through June 3. There will be one mealtime from 11a.m. – 1 p.m. which will include a lunch and a breakfast for the next day.
  • Visit https://www.oneclay.net/domain/5409 for details and a list of schools providing meal service.
  • The Summer Food Service Program begins June 8 and will run through July 30, 2020. Meal service will be Mondays through Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Meals can be picked up inside the school cafeteria for off-site consumption. Lunch will be provided and include a breakfast for the following day. Anyone 18 years or younger may receive breakfast and lunch at no charge and with no application process. Visit https://www.oneclay.net/ for details.

 

Florida Department of Health in Clay County

  • The DOH-Clay Administration Building lobby in Green Cove Springs is open with limited capacity, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • All customers entering the building are encouraged to wear a mask.
    • One customer is permitted to enter the lobby at a time.
    • Call 904-529-2800 option 5 upon arrival. You may call prior to arrival for an appointment.  
  • Birth and death certificate applications can be printed and completed prior to arrival by visiting our website at http://clay.floridahealth.gov/ and click Certificates. Clients can also receive Florida Birth and Death Certificates by mail through www.vitalchek.com.
  • Bear Run Clinic located at 3229 Bear Run Boulevard, Orange Park will remain open regular hours, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • The Department of Health’s Women, Infant and Children’s (WIC) – 904-529-2800 Offices are closed to walk in traffic through May 31. WIC can provide most services by phone, curbside and electronically.  Please call the WIC office to verify what service you need. 
  • Residential medical sharps can be dropped off in an approved, sealed container at the Florida Department of Health offices listed below, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bring proof of Clay County residency. More information here: http://clay.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/clinical-and-nutrition-services/sharps-disposal.html

 

 

FDOH Administration Bldg.

1305 Idlewild Ave

Green Cove Springs, Fl 32043

(904) 529-2800

Bear Run Clinic

3229 Bear Run Blvd.

Orange Park, Fl 32065

(904) 272-3177


 

Mental Health

Most insurance providers now allow Telemental Health resources.  Contact your insurance provider to find a counselor in your area or call Clay Behavioral Health at 904-291-5561. Medicare and Medicaid have also opened this service.

 

Senior Centers - Call your local Senior Center for assistance.

To-Go meals will be provided Monday –Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the client’s registered center. Call 904-284-3134 for any additional information.

  • Orange Park Center, 414 Stowe Ave. – 904-269-4731
  • Green Cove Springs/Clayton and Mildred Revels Center, 604 Walnut St. – 904-284-3134
  • Middleburg Senior Center, 3916 Section St. – 904-291-3520
  • Keystone Heights Senior Center, 125 NE Commercial Circle – 352-473-7121 

 

 

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Clay County, FL is located southwest of Jacksonville and nestled along the beautiful St. Johns River. More than 216,000 residents enjoy a quality of life here that meets their desired pace and unique interests. Clay County has a business community that is 4,400 strong. Industries leading in information technology, manufacturing, healthcare and life sciences, aviation and defense, and logistics and distribution are here to serve you. Clay County welcomes you to enjoy the exquisite natural beauty, unique history and the small town feel only found here.