Beaches Watch is a non-partisan nonprofit civic organization whose mission is to promote educated and productive citizen involvement in local and state government decisions that affect the future of our northeast Florida beaches communities.

We achieve this by raising, monitoring and researching issues; providing factual issue information to the general public and government officials; encouraging citizen participation in the solutions to beaches growth and quality of life issues and organizing citizens for action.

Upcoming Events

Aug 01

Beaches Watch Monthly Meeting

August 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sep 05

Beaches Watch Monthly Meeting

September 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Oct 03

Beaches Watch Monthly Meeting

October 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Atlantic Beach News

  • 2017 Atlantic Beach Election Information
    2017 ATLANTIC BEACH ELECTION RESULTS On August 29, 2017, Atlantic Beach voters went to the polls to vote in the Primary Election to vote for Mayor and two Commission seats. Congratulations to the candidates who were elected to serve on the Atlantic Beach Commission: Mayor:  Ellen Glasser Commission Seat 4:  Candace Lee...
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Jacksonville Beach News

  • Learn About 2018 Jacksonville Beach Candidates
    JACKSONVILLE BEACH CANDIDATE INFO: Click on the name below to see the candidate info: City Council District 1, Seat 4: Cory Nichols Shandy Thompson City Council District 2, Seat 5: Georgette Dumont Joe Loretta City Council District 3, Seat 6: Sandy Golding Dan Janson JACKSONVILLE BEACH CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRES: Coming soon. Beaches...
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The Latest @ Beaches Watch

  • Beaches Watch Presents Scholarship to 2018 Fletcher High School Senior
    On Monday, May 21, 2018, Beaches Watch presented our second annual Beaches Watch scholarship to a deserving Fletcher High School student who shares in our mission to preserve and improve the wonderful quality of life of our special beaches communities. Phuc Pham was selected for his essay discussing what he believes is necessary to improve the quality of life at the beaches. Phuc is graduating 26th in his senior class...
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Neptune Beach News

  • Learn About the 2018 Neptune Beach Candidates
    NEPTUNE BEACH CANDIDATE INFO: Click on the name below to see the candidate info: City Council Seat 4: Josh Messinger Tom Patton Council Seat 5: Fred Jones Beau Maurer NEPTUNE BEACH CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRES: Coming soon. Beaches Watch will provide the Neptune Beach candidates a questionnaire about issues important to Neptune Beach...
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Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at 7 P.M.

Citizen education and involvement in our beach community issues is key to good government and preserving our quality of life. Beaches Watch promotes education and public involvement in the following ways:
  • Education through our web site, emails, and printed materials.
  • Participation in local government meetings such as Council or Commission meeting, Planning, Board of Adjustment and Code Enforcement meetings.
  • Candidate forums to give voters a chance to hear the positions of all candidates for municipal office and make an informed choice.
  • Community programs aimed at educating citizens on quality of life issues that affect us all.
  • The annual Give-Back donation to a beaches nonprofit that is enriching the quality of life for beaches residents
  • Recognition of individuals or businesses who improve the beaches quality of life with the Friend of the Beaches Award.
  • Student essay contest to encourage youth involvement in community affairs.
  • Addressing beaches issues at the regional and state level.
  • Networking with other community groups throughout Florida.

Write to us at:

Beaches Watch
P.O. Box 50311
Jacksonville Beach FL 32240

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Upcoming Events

Aug 01

Beaches Watch Monthly Meeting

August 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sep 05

Beaches Watch Monthly Meeting

September 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Where Do Your Tax Dollars Go?

The interlocal agreement was created in 1982 after the beach cities fought with the City of Jacksonville over the ways taxes and government services were shared. In 1996, the interlocal agreement was amended after the beaches filed a lawsuit against Jacksonville for breach of the 1982 interlocal agreement. [READ MORE]