1. waste management recycling

    Recycling Services to Resume Oct. 19 for Jackson County Residents

    Recycling services for residents in the unincorporated areas of Jackson County will resume Monday, October 19th. Residents are asked to ensure their recycling is clean and no garbage is in the recycling carts. Read on...
  2. voting information

    Voting Information

    Residents are encouraged to visit the Secretary of State's www.yallvote.ms website for information about voting. In-Person Absentee Voting, for those who are eligible, can be done now through October 31, 2020. Read on...
  3. Old Fort Bayou Project

    Old Fort Bayou Boat Ramp Repairs

    UPDATE 9/3/20: Old Ft. Bayou Boat Launch will be closed 9/8/20-9/11/20 Public Notice: Old Fort Bayou Boat Ramp repairs to the Hurricane Nate damaged bulkhead to begin on August 5, 2020 and last approximately 60 days. Read on...
  4. I10 Connector Groundbreaking - web

    Groundbreaking for I-10/Cook Road Connector Project

    The new $30 million commercial corridor will span 2.6 miles from the east end of Mallett Road in D’Iberville to Seaman Road near exit 50 in St. Martin. Construction of the road is expected to take approximately 18 months in two overlapping phases. Read on...
  5. Mobile App

    Get our Mobile App!

    Jackson County has launched a new mobile app called 'Jackson County MS'. Download it today to keep informed. Learn More...
  6. COVID Alert for Jackson County

    Jackson County Service Availability (COVID-19)

    Keep updated on which government services will be available amid the COVID-19 crisis. Read on...