Community Toolbox
Links to other Sites for More Information
Building Neighborhood Associations
COPS Community Oriented Policing Services - U.S. department of Justice Site
Keep America Beautiful Keep America Beautiful is a non-profit dedicated to changing attitudes and behavior towards environmental issues such as littering and recycling
Keep Jackson Beautiful Keep Jackson Beautiful is a non-profit, certified local affiliate of Keep America Beautiful dedicated to changing attitudes and behavior towards environmental issues such as littering and recycling
Non-Profit Requirements From the Mississippi Secretary of States office A site for promoting South Jackson events
Neighborhood Association Help on the Web
Super Neighborhoods Super Neighborhoods – Houston, TX -  City of Jackson is using this model for our program
Cities of Service
Cities of Service is a coalition of approximately 200 cities whose mayors are committed to using volunteer service to solve local pressing challenges.
Neighborhoods USA Neighborhoods, USA is a national non-profit organization committed to building and strengthening neighborhood organizations.
Government Sites
City of Jackson Official City Web Site
City of Jackson 311 Official Web Site for reporting city problems or requesting a service,
or you can call 311 (between 7:30 AM and 5:30 PM, M-F).
Site or Phone number also provides tracking for your request
City of Jackson Department of Solid Waste Learn how the city deals with this important task and how you can do your part to keep Jackson a clean and safe place to live.
Hinds County Hinds County Website
Hinds County Databases Many helpful Hinds County databases including landrolls, ownership maps & polling locations listed on the Hinds County Website
Mississippi Government Official State Web Site
US Census Site Official USA Government 2010 Census Site
US Government Site Official USA Government Site
Crime Prevention
National Crime Prevention Council The "Take A Bite Out of Crime" site
National Town Watch Sponsors of "National Night Out"
NCPC Free Publications NCPC Site Map which also lists HTML, PDF & Power Point format publications
Operation ID A one page web site about the Operation Identification program.
Police Foundation The Police Foundation Site (Check out their Free publications page)
Take Back Jackson
A volunteer citizens group that watch public areas of Jackson in order to help deter crime in those areas.
Miscellaneous Information and Help
Department of Health Mississippi Department of Health - Check for Alerts
EntergyOutage Entergy Outage Map for Mississippi. Check where there are outages in the area.
EPA for Students The Environmental Protection Agency's Web site for students. They will help children explore their environment and learn how to protect it. They have learning resources, games, pictures, and stories.
Jackson, City with Soul Site to promote Jackson Mississippi
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT)
MS Home Corp Mississippi Home Corp is a government instrumentality, separate and apart from the State, charged with raising funds from private investors to finance the acquisition, construction and rehabilitation of residential housing for persons of low to moderate income within the State.
Mississippi Believe It A site promoting Mississippi
Mississippi Maps Free Online collection of Mississippi area maps to download from MDOT
Middlebrook Help Page A categorized listing of helpful web sites
Traffic Cams Check out the traffic in Jackson and other Mississippi cities
Education and Environment Help
American Forests An organization dedicated to our forests
Carbon Footprint Help in reducing your carbon footprint
Composting A guide to composting at home
Earth An organization for promoting ways to protect our planet
Earth Day PBS Presenting simple ways to protect our planet. (PBS)
Energy Savers Guide Tips on Saving Money and Energy at Home (dot gov site)
Kids Energy Advisor A kids look at energy conservation around the home
Kids Energy Savings

More Home Energy Saving for Kids

The above site listing is provided as general help to resources on the web and is not an endorsement by ASJN of any site. Each site is responsible for their own content.
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