High Springs CRA and GAI Community Solutions Group will be conducting a public meeting on Thursday, May 6 from 5:30-7:30 at the Farmers’ Market Pavilion. This session will be for all interested parties whether business and / or property owners, residents and others to discuss their ideas for future growth and development for downtown.
Vaccine eligibility is now open to all adults aged 40 and up as of today. To put your name on the waitlist, please follow the link to register: https://uf.tfaforms.net/f/achd-vaccine-waitlist
The impacts of the pandemic have impacted every corner of our community. If you continue to struggle with covering your rent or utilities, help is available. The Alachua County Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) is a Federal Grant which is intended to assist households who are unable to pay or are having difficulty paying rent...
We know how beautiful and special North Florida is, now millions of readers in the northeast do too! High Springs is among the cities featured in this article by The Boston Globe. Check it out!
Avoid late fees, and be sure to pay your bill by February 15th, all city offices WILL be OPEN that day!
Due to the holiday, trash pick-up will be on Saturday this week.
Introducing a new way to stay connected to your community! High Springs Highlights is a monthly newsletter published on, or around the 15th of the month, that goes beyond the headlines to share stories and events from your High Springs city government.
Except for Emergency Services, all city offices will be closed Monday, January 18th, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
A boil water notice is in effect until further notice for the following areas: NW 182nd Road between Main Street & NW 241st Street Poe Springs Road between Main Street & NW 251st Terrace Main Street between NW 182nd Road & NW 180th Avenue All of Avondale Read more about on best boil water practices...
*TROPICAL STORM ETA UPDATE #05* As of the 7PM advisory, ETA continues its trek north at 12MPH, located just off the coast of Clearwater. Eta is expected to gradually turn northeast, expecting to make landfall sometime in the early morning hours between Cedar Key and Crystal River. Sustained winds of 30-35 MPH, gusting to 40-45...