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You probably don’t put a lot of thought into your driveway until something goes wrong or you start to notice things looking are not looking good on your concrete.

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Our team of technicians has been working with all the latest styles and tools all across Jacksonville to bring your driveway up to date and in line with your home’s aesthetics.

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Marisa Goeppner
Marisa Goeppner
2023-03-28
Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville did a fantastic job, and their pricing was the best we found! They took the time to explain everything about the process and answered all our questions. We highly recommend their services!
Dalila Perez
Dalila Perez
2023-03-07
I had an excellent experience working with them and I'm very happy with the results of my new driveway. Their punctuality and communication skills were excellent. The quality of their work was outstanding, and I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for concrete services. They definitely deserve a 5-star rating.
Aquass H2O
Aquass H2O
2023-02-22
Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville recently completed our driveway, and their work was exceptional. They quickly removed the old concrete, handled the delivery of the bricks we requested, and finished the project nicely. They even took care of removing the extra bricks and cleaning up thoroughly. They stayed within their initial estimate, even with some challenging areas and modifications. We highly recommend their services and will use them again for our concrete projects soon.
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rowan spice
2023-02-22
This company has a lot of integrity and goes above and beyond expectations. They act professionally and offer fair prices. The best part of our experience was that they gave us helpful ideas that we didn't think of on our own, but ended up being helpful to the entire process. We highly recommend their services.
Jordan V
Jordan V
2023-02-21
Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville was very helpful and came on time. The team did an excellent job extending our driveway at a fair price. We recommend them and will use them again if we need to. Our driveway looks really good now.
Renita Griffin
Renita Griffin
2023-02-21
Excellent company! They are always punctual and follow through on their promises. We cannot say enough good things about them. If you need any concrete work, this is the company you should contact. Their work is outstanding, and their prices are incredibly reasonable. We highly recommend giving them a call.

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Driveway Repairs

Repairing your driveway is a simple way to keep your home looking great without breaking the bank. Concrete driveway repairs start with grinding down the top of the existing concrete. This is done with a special set of tools and by a qualified team. Once the top layer is removed and out of the way, a new concrete top layer is added. Concrete driveway repair is ideal for dealing with stains, small cracks, and some holes.
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Driveway Resurfacing

Driveways are designed to be outside and while concrete is a very durable material, eventually the surface can start to become stained or pitted. If the underlying structure of the concrete driveway is still sound, a simple concrete driveway resurfacing can bring life back to the material. Grinding off the surface of the concrete with special tools and then laying out a new surface can brighten, reshape, and revitalize a home.
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Modern Concrete Driveways

Modern concrete driveways are a way to provide accessibility to the home without losing any of the beauty and aesthetics that set it apart. Simple finishes and colors can give each home a unique look while still remaining durable and usable even in bad weather. Utilizing a modern concrete driveway contractor can help save money and provide the perfect addition to a home.
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Stained Concrete Driveways

To create a unique look for your driveway, stained concrete can be a cost-effective way to keep up with aesthetics. Stains penetrate deep into the concrete surface which gives it a fade-resistant color that is permanent and won’t flake or peel. There are a wide range of different colors and styles that can be incorporated into a new or existing driveway.
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Stamped Concrete Driveways

Stamped concrete driveways are a simple way to add style and value to a home. Instead of picking up pallets of expensive tiles or pavers to build a driveway, stamped concrete can give the same effect without the cost. When concrete is still wet, large stamps that mimic cobblestone, brick, slate, and flagstone are laid on top and pressed to form a pattern.
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Concrete Driveways Jacksonville Serves Jacksonville, FL and the Surrounding Areas

Whether you’re wanting something standard and solid with a simple resurfacing of your existing driveway or if you want a totally new driveway with some stamped designs, Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville is here to help. Get started today by giving us a call and setting up a time for a free estimate!

Concrete Driveway Repairs

Repairing your driveway is a simple way to keep your home looking great without breaking the bank and tearing up your yard with a new driveway or a total replacement.

Concrete Driveway Repair or Replacement: Which is Best for You?

If you’re starting to notice stains, holes, and chipping on your concrete driveway, it might be time to start thinking about replacing or repairing it!

But how do you determine whether you should replace or repair your concrete driveway here in Jacksonville? There are a few things to take into consideration before you get rid of your concrete driveway or choose to repair it.

Repair, Resurface, or Replace

Concrete driveway repairs are designed to be one of the most cost-effective options available. The sun and weather here in Jacksonville can often pit and stain the surface of your driveway but the underlying structure is still safe.

Small cracks and holes that are less than ¼” can easily be patched or filled to repair your driveway and keep it looking its best!

If the surface of your driveway is starting to develop larger cracks or holes or is starting to have spalling, scaling, or severe discoloration, you might want to opt for resurfacing your concrete driveway. This involves a team of professionals grinding off the top layer of your driveway and replacing it with a new one.

While patching some small cracks and holes can safely be done on your own in a DIY project, bigger cracks and resurfacing require a quality concrete driveway repair contractor in Jacksonville. Our team has been in the business since 2006 and can get your driveway looking its best again in no time.

Replacing your concrete driveway is going to cost more than repairs and resurfacing and is difficult to do as a DIY project. If there is sinking or structural damage to your driveway, it will need to have major work done and need to be replaced.

That’s where our team of technicians comes in! Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville is the premier concrete driveway repair team and has been helping families find the best option for their repairs or replacements for decades. Give us a call today to set up a time for your free estimate so we can get your home looking its best without breaking the bank!

Do-It-Yourself or Hiring a Contractor Team

No one likes to bring in an extra team of professionals if the job seems small and easily handled. When it comes to concrete driveways, our team at Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville makes it easy to pass along those big or small projects. We keep you in the loop throughout the project but handle all the details, so you don’t have to worry!

Even if you’re worrying about cost, we work with you to create a plan that keeps your budget in mind. Some small steps and repairs for your driveway can be done as a DIY project but why let it take up your Saturday afternoon? Let us take care of it for you!

Give us a call today at Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville to take those big or small projects off your to-do list and get started with a free estimate so we can get your driveway looking its best!

Concrete Driveway Resurfacing

Concrete is a very durable material but eventually, the surface can start to become stained or pitted. It happens to the best driveways in the world and cannot just be an eyesore but a real hazard if left untreated.

Revitalizing Your Concrete Driveway

We all know that the Florida weather can be harsh on any outdoor structures, especially driveways. Concrete driveway resurfacing can be a cost-effective way to revitalize your home and keep your driveway working the way it should!

In addition to revitalizing your concrete driveway and protecting it from the Jacksonville weather, resurfacing can also offer an option to add color or texture to your driveway to help it match your home's aesthetics even if you aren’t the one who installed it.

Steps to Resurface a Concrete Driveway

Even if you’re planning on letting our team of professionals at Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville takes the lead on your resurfacing project, knowing what the steps are can help you prepare for the process and the eventual cost!

The first step in a concrete driveway resurfacing project is to repair any damage. Cracks that might be spreading across your driveway need to be fixed with a sealer or filler before it’s resurfaced so the underlying structure can be protected.

Next, clean the surface with a pressure washer. This pulls off all the dirt, oil, and other debris that will keep the new surface from sticking to your concrete driveway.

Prepare the surface by grinding, etching, or acid-washing the concrete. The prepared surface lets the new overlay adhere better to the existing surface.

Mix your materials and be sure to add any coloring agents that you want on your new concrete surface.

Apply the coating using a trowel and allow the coating to dry. Typically, the concrete coating takes 24 hours to dry completely but you’ll want to check the labels of your materials to determine exactly how long the driveway will need to cure.

The last step in resurfacing a concrete driveway is to seal the surface. This is a crucial step that protects your driveway for the foreseeable future!

Taking on a driveway resurfacing project yourself can be a little daunting. Let us take that project off your plate! Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville has a team of professionals who can take on each step of this process so you can just kick back and relax! Don’t let your weekends get filled up with trips to the hardware store; let us resurface your driveway and get it looking its best!

Modern Concrete Driveways

Modern concrete driveways are a way to provide accessibility to the home without losing any of the beauty and aesthetics that set it apart. Simple finishes and colors can give each home a unique look while still remaining durable and usable even in bad weather. Utilizing a modern concrete driveway contractor can help save money and provide the perfect addition to a home.

Incorporating Modern Driveway Designs into Your Home

As you design your home, there’s a good chance your driveway will feature prominently in your design! While your driveway needs to be functional, it shouldn’t be an eyesore or draw away from your home’s curb appeal.

Modern concrete driveways have the power to transform your home. Adding color or textures and designs to the concrete can enhance the curb appeal of your home in an instant!

We start every project with a free estimate where our concrete driveway technicians can guide you through each step of the process from design to pouring the concrete and finishing the surface!

Tips for Creating a Modern Driveway

No matter what your home’s overall design and style is here in Jacksonville, there are a few things you can do to make your driveway fit with your aesthetics.

Seamless Texture

Seamless stamps are a great way to create an effect on your driveway that starts with a base pattern and texture that can then be embellished with hand tools. This makes your driveway look like one seamless piece of stone. Installation time for this effect is much faster than with patterned stamps which can, in turn, lower the cost of your project.

Large Scale Tile

Stamps for your concrete driveway can cost you time and money. You can often create a similar effect by using saw cutting to create an oversized tile pattern in your driveway. The joints then act as grout lines and make it look more like an outdoor floor than a driveway.

Stains and Sealers

Concrete is traditionally dull and gray. You can quickly add some curb appeal and design by using stains and sealers to brighten up the typical gray driveways! If your shutters or siding are a certain color, you can incorporate those same colors into your driveway and lighten the whole space.

How ever you decide to finish your modern concrete driveway, there’s no need to try to do this project on your own. Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville and our team of professionals have been installing driveways with your designs in mind since 2006. Let us do the hard work for you while you kick back, relax, and enjoy the modern effects when we’re done!

Stained Concrete Driveways

To create a unique look for your driveway, stained concrete can be a cost-effective way to keep up with aesthetics. Stains penetrate deep into the concrete surface which gives it a fade-resistant color that is permanent and won’t flake or peel. There are a wide range of different colors and styles that can be incorporated into a new or existing driveway.

Pros and Cons of Staining a Driveway

Before you decide to DIY your stained driveway or get a stained driveway contractor here in Jacksonville, it’s best to know exactly what you’re getting into. A plain slab of concrete doesn’t do much for your home’s curb appeal or make it stand out in Jacksonville and stained concrete can bring it all back to life!

Pros

If you’re looking for a quick way to add a pop of color to your home, stained concrete can be a great choice!

  • Permanent - Stains for your concrete driveway are permanent and penetrate the surface to keep it looking bright and fresh for a long time.
  • Versatile - The styles and designs that your concrete contractor can add to your driveway are limitless and can be used to complement all your other decorative choices.
  • Cost - Changing up the way your driveway looks can become expensive if you have to replace everything, but stained concrete lets you update without the big price tag.

Cons

With every project, there are some cons and stained concrete is no exception!

  • Transparent - Most stains that are commonly used on driveways are semi-transparent and if there are imperfections on the surface, the stain won’t cover it up.
  • Imperfect - Depending on the type of concrete driveway you have, the stain may not take the way it should and can be inconsistent and imperfect when it's applied by the contractor.
  • Difficult to DIY - Staining your driveway is not an easy process and can be difficult to do on your own. Engaging a stained driveway contractor is the best way to make sure you get the best-looking driveway in Jacksonville!

Ideas for Your Stained Concrete Driveway

If you’re struggling to think of some ideas besides just choosing a color for your driveway stain, let us help! Our concrete contractors at Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville can help you find the best styles and designs for your home and keep your colors consistent.

Get started with us today by giving us a call and setting up a free estimate! Let’s start your next project today!

Stamped Concrete Driveways

Stamped concrete driveways are a simple way to add style and value to a home. Instead of picking up pallets of expensive tiles or pavers to build a driveway, stamped concrete can give the same effect without the cost. When concrete is still wet, large stamps that mimic cobblestone, brick, slate and flagstone are laid on top and pressed to form a pattern.

Why Choose Stamped Concrete for Driveways

Any project around your home is bound to cost you some money. As Jacksonville grows, we’re seeing prices rise for everything from foundations to drywall.

But style and aesthetics just can’t wait!

If you’re looking for a great way to improve the look of your home without breaking the bank, stamped concrete driveways are a great option.

Rather than tear out the old driveway and pour something new or lay a lot of bricks and pavers on your own, stamped concrete driveways give you the look you want without all the hassle. Putting in a concrete driveway is much cheaper, not to mention easier, than putting in pavers, cobblestones, or bricks on your own.

If you aren’t sure what materials might be best for your home, give us a call! Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville has been part of this community for decades and we work with each person to determine the best fit for their home. Get started today with a free estimate from our stamped concrete contractors!

What You Need to Know About Stamped Concrete

There are so many different patterns and styles for stamped concrete, and it can be difficult to know what is most important for your home. With textures, colors, and cost all fighting for supremacy, finding a great concrete driveway contractor here in Jacksonville is key!

Stamped Driveway Cost

Each concrete contractor in Jacksonville will have a different set of prices but there are some common factors that must be taken into account so you have a general idea of what your stamped driveway will cost.

Typically, a basic stamped concrete driveway can cost between $8-$12 per square foot. This changes the cost based on the length of your driveway overall.

You may also have to take into account the thickness of the concrete, any stylistic choices you make, and the condition of the site for the driveway.

Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville has been doing this type of stamped concrete driveway work since 2006 and our technicians can help you determine the perfect way to create your driveway! Give us a call to set up a free estimate and let's get started on your new driveway!

Connect With Us Today!

A concrete driveway is an investment in your home and your safety! While concrete is a solid and durable construction, choosing stamps or stains can be a great way to continue to incorporate your style without losing any durability on your driveway.

All it takes to get started is a phone call! Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville starts every project with a free estimate where we talk through all the costs, choices, and steps necessary before any gravel is moved or concrete is poured.

Save your Saturday afternoons and don’t give up on having a lovely and polished driveway! Whether it’s small repairs or resurfacing or a big new project and installation, Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville is just a phone call away!

FAQ About Concrete Driveways of Jacksonville

What preparation is required to pour a concrete driveway?

Before your new concrete driveway is poured, styled, and is ready for use, there are a few key steps that need to be completed. If the soil in the area of your project isn’t a certain type, a foundational pad might need to be poured as a base before the driveway is poured. Next, the driveway needs to be graded properly so that water can drain correctly, which keeps your driveway looking its best! The driveway is then framed, and reinforcement is added before the concrete is poured on top.

Do I need reinforcement for my driveway?

The best way to determine if you need reinforcement is to ask your concrete contractor. Overall, reinforcement is utilized to keep cracks at the back and ensure that your driveway lasts for years to come.

Is sealing necessary for my concrete driveway?

Since driveways are structures that are outside of your home, sealing them up keeps water and chemicals from entering and making it look discolored or worn down. With a solid seal, it’s much easier to clean up spills or prevent the surface from becoming pitted.

How long before I can use my new driveway?

Concrete needs to be cured before it can be used, and the most common curing time is one week before it’s ready to be driven on. Newly poured concrete can take up to 2-3 weeks before it’s completely ready to be driven on and the best way to determine how long it will take before you can use the new driveway is to just ask your concrete contractor!

Do concrete driveways need to be resurfaced?

Maybe you’re not quite ready to put in a whole new concrete driveway. Resurfacing your concrete driveway can be a great option that can save you money and effort. If your driveway is determined to only need minor repairs or an updated finish, it’s a good candidate to be resurfaced rather than replaced. If, however, there is more significant damage that’s been done to the driveway, you’ll need to replace sections or the entire thing. Consult with your concrete driveway contractor to determine the best option for your home!

What do repairs look like for my concrete driveway?

As long as there’s no significant structural damage to your concrete driveway slab, there are a lot of smaller issues that can be easily repaired. This might involve patching or filling, resurfacing, engraving, re-coloring, or slab jacking. Some fixes and repairs are simple to do on your own, but others might require a more practiced touch and you’ll want to contact your concrete contractor.

Can I get a warranty for my concrete driveway?

Every concrete contractor company is going to be different, but most offer a warranty for each driveway that’s installed including our company! The standard warranty period for our work is one year and we can extend it for 3 years or more on a case-by-case basis. Give us a call today to determine what will work best for your home!

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Downtown

A neighborhood with quick access to magnificent looking white-sand beaches, Downtown Jacksonville is also the business district of the entire Jacksonville city. There are plenty of entertainment venues, pubs, restaurants, and other recreational activities to do in Downtown.

Riverside

Sometimes also called Riverside and Avondale, this neighborhood in Jacksonville is considered a historic and traditional site because of its long history and scenic historical views. This neighborhood is located a few miles away from Downtown Jacksonville.

San Marco

Located just across St. John River and a few miles away from Downtown Jacksonville, the neighborhood of San Marco is a very historic neighborhood. Residents have plenty of boutiques, shops, and art galleries to visit around the neighborhood.

Mandarin

A neighborhood in Duval County, Mandarin is in the southernmost area of Jacksonville. There are plenty of riverfront recreational activities and several historical sites to see in this neighborhood. Aside from the activities, many locally owned restaurants are a must-try in the town too.

Baymeadows

Having a population of more than thirteen thousand people, Baymeadows is a huge neighborhood that is popular with locals. It is bordered by J Turner Butler Boulevard in the north and Southside Boulevard in the south. There are plenty of residential homes in this district.

Mayport

Only publicly accessible through State Road A1A, Mayport is a considerably small neighborhood in Jacksonville. This town is located between the St. John’s River and Naval Station Mayport. Residents of this neighborhood can visit a few beaches nearby.

Mayport Naval Station

This neighborhood is one of the three United States Navy base in the Jacksonville area. The area consists mostly of land used for military purposes. There are plenty of residential areas as well and most of the residents here are active military and retired officers.

Northside

Northside is a region located in the northern part of Jacksonville. It is one of the largest areas in Jacksonville and covers a diverse range of neighborhoods and communities. It offers a range of amenities and attractions for residents and visitors alike.

San Jose

Situated along the St. Johns River and is characterized by its waterfront properties and scenic views, San Jose is a neighborhood located in the southern part of Jacksonville. The neighborhood is home to Treaty Oak Park, which is one of the largest public parks in Jacksonville.

Springfield

Home to several cultural and community events throughout the year, including the PorchFest music festival, Springfield is a historic neighborhood located just north of downtown Jacksonville. It features several parks as well as numerous locally owned businesses and restaurants.

Fort George Island

A popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with numerous hiking and biking trails, Fort George Island is a scenic barrier island located in the northeastern part of Jacksonville. The island features several gated communities, private golf courses, and high-end resorts.

Jacksonville Heights

A quiet and family-oriented community that offers a comfortable and convenient lifestyle for its residents, Jacksonville Heights features several community parks and green spaces, including Jacksonville Heights Park.

Southwest Jacksonville

Home to many parks and natural areas, including the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, Southwest Jacksonville is a large and diverse district. One of its most notable features is the Cecil Commerce Center, a large industrial and commercial complex.

Eastside

One of the city's oldest and most diverse neighborhoods, known for its unique architecture, Eastside is a dynamic and diverse neighborhood that offers a unique blend of history, culture, and community. The area features several parks, public art installations, and locally owned businesses.

Oceanway

Located along the Atlantic coast and is known for its tranquil atmosphere, Oceanway is home to several parks and natural areas, including the Jacksonville-Baldwin Rail Trail. The area is primarily residential, but it also features shopping centers and restaurants.

Argyle Forest

A suburban neighborhood located in the southwestern part of Jacksonville; Argyle Forest is a popular residential community that offers a mix of housing options. Argyle Forest is home to several parks and recreational areas, including the Cecil Field Conservation Corridor.

West Jacksonville

Home to Westside Square Shopping Center, a large retail center with a variety of retailers, West Jacksonville is a diverse and largely residential area. West Jacksonville is home to several parks and recreational areas, including the Jennings State Forest.

McGirts Creek

McGirts Creek is a small and quiet community that offers a peaceful atmosphere. The neighborhood features a mix of single-family homes and townhouses. The area is located near several golf courses, including the Bent Creek Golf Course and the Eagle Harbor Golf Club.

Golden Glades

Located in the southwestern part of Jacksonville, Golden Glades – The Woods is primarily a residential area that offers a peaceful atmosphere. Home to the popular Ringhaver Park, which features a playground, picnic area, and a nature trail.

Chimney Lakes

Home to Orange Park Mall, a large indoor shopping center, Chimney Lakes is a residential neighborhood located in the southwestern part of Jacksonville. Chimney Lakes is located near several parks and natural areas, including the popular Ringhaver Park.

Panama Park

A historic neighborhood due to its historic architecture, tree-lined streets, and well-maintained sidewalks, Panama Park was originally developed in the late 19th century and has since become a well-established community with a rich history.

45th and Moncrief

Located in the northwestern part of Jacksonville, 45th and Moncrief is primarily a residential area, with a mix of single-family homes and apartments. The area is located near several parks, including Edward Waters College Park and the Johnnie Walker Community Center.

Southside Estates

Located near several golf courses, including the Deerwood Country Club and the Jacksonville Golf & Country Club, Southside Estates is a residential neighborhood also near several parks and natural areas, including the Fort Family Regional Park.

St. John Bluff

Bordered by the St. Johns River to the west, Monument Road to the north, Atlantic Boulevard to the south, and the Intracoastal Waterway to the east, St. Johns Bluff is a neighborhood located in the southeastern part of Jacksonville.

Mixon Town

Home to several community centers, churches, and parks, including the Mixon Town Community Center, Mixon Town is a historic neighborhood located in the northwestern part of Jacksonville known for its historic homes and close-knit community.

Ortega Farms

Ortega Farms is a peaceful and welcoming community that offers a suburban lifestyle. Bounded by Collins Road to the north and Roosevelt Boulevard to the east, Ortega Farms is conveniently located near shops, including the Roosevelt Square Mall.

Hogan’s Creek

Home to several historic buildings and landmarks, including the Florida Casket Company Building, the Dyal-Upchurch Building, and the former Duval County Courthouse, Hogan's Creek is an important part of Jacksonville's history and development.

Moncrief Park

Named after the park that is in its center and has a long and rich history, Moncrief Park neighborhood was developed in the early 1900s. The neighborhood is located near several major roads, including Moncrief Road, which runs through the center of the neighborhood.

Alderman Park

Located on the northeast side of Jacksonville, Alderman Park is known for its tree-lined streets and well-maintained homes. The neighborhood is conveniently located near several major roads, including Arlington Expressway and Beach Boulevard.

Empire Point

Known for its quiet, tree-lined streets and waterfront homes along the St. Johns River, many of the homes in the Empire Point neighborhood were built in the 1950s and 1960s and have been updated and modernized over the years.

Charter Point

A neighborhood in Duval County, Charter Point is a neighborhood with over three thousand residents. This neighborhood is home to Reddie Point Preserve, a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts that offers hiking trails, fishing piers, and scenic overlooks of the St. Johns River.

Goodby’s Creek

Situated around Goodby's Creek, a small tidal creek that flows into the St. Johns River, many of the homes in the neighborhood have private docks and boat slips, providing easy access to the river and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.

Confederate Point

A suburban neighborhood located on the west side of Jacksonville; Confederate Point is named after the Confederate soldiers who were stationed in the area during the Civil War. The neighborhood is home to several parks, including Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve.

29th and Chase

A desirable neighborhood that offers a high quality of life for its residents, 29th and Chase is a neighborhood easily accessible through the Martin Luther King Jr Parkway. This neighborhood is bordered by Golfair Boulevard in the north and Moncrief Road in the west.

Picketville

Part of the larger neighborhood of Lakeshore, Picketville is a historic neighborhood. It is bounded by the Cedar River to the west, Blanding Boulevard to the east, the Murray Hill neighborhood to the north, and Roosevelt Boulevard to the south.

Ortega Forest

Situated on the east bank of the Ortega River and adjacent to the neighborhoods of Ortega and Venetia, Ortega Forest is known for its lush greenery. Homes in this neighborhood were built in the 1950s and 1960s typically mid-century modern or traditional in style.

Lake Lucina

Lake Lucina is a small residential neighborhood located in the Arlington area of Jacksonville. One of the main attractions of Lake Lucina is its namesake lake, which provides residents with water-based activities like fishing and kayaking.

Mandarin Station

Served by several major roadways, including I-295 and US-1, Mandarin Station is also conveniently located near shops like Mandarin Corners shopping center. One of the main attractions of Mandarin Station is its proximity to the St. Johns River.

Naval Air Station

One of the largest military installations in the Southeastern United States, Jacksonville Naval Air Station consists of homes occupied by military families stationed at the base. The neighborhood is also located near several major roadways, including I-295 and US-17.

Wesconnett

Home to several parks and recreational facilities including Wesconnett Park, Wesconnett is a residential neighborhood located in the southwestern part of Jacksonville. Wesconnett is also home to several shopping centers like Wesconnett Plaza and the Cedar Hills Shopping Center.

North Estates

Jacksonville North Estates is a residential neighborhood located in the northern part of Jacksonville. The neighborhood is bordered by Dunn Avenue to the south, Lem Turner Road to the west, Trout River Boulevard to the north, and I-95 to the east.

Ortega

A historic neighborhood located in the southwestern part of Jacksonville, Ortega is known for its beautiful tree-lined streets and historic homes built in the early 20th century. It is also home to several parks, including the Ortega River Club Park.

Imeson Park

Imeson Park is a neighborhood in the northern part of Jacksonville, Florida. It is located just east of Jacksonville International Airport and north of the Trout River. The neighborhood is also adjacent to the Imeson Industrial Park, which is home to several warehouses.

San Jose Forest

Known for its tree-lined streets and large, wooded lots, which give it a quiet, suburban feel, San Jose Forest is close to San Marco Square and the Jacksonville Beaches. The neighborhood is served by several parks and recreational areas, including the nearby St. Johns River Park.

Deerwoord Center

Located in the Southside neighborhood of Jacksonville, Deerwood Center is known for its modern office complexes and high-end shopping and dining options. It is situated just east of San Jose Forest and north of Baymeadows accessible via the I-95 and I-295 freeways.

Duclay

Duclay is a small neighborhood located in the southwestern part of Jacksonville. It is situated just east of the Naval Air Station Jacksonville and south of Ortega Forest. The neighborhood is primarily residential with parks like Fred A. Durkee Park.

Arlingwood

Known for its proximity to several major hospitals, including Memorial Hospital and St. Vincent's Medical Center, Arlingwood is a residential neighborhood located in the southeastern part of Jacksonville. The nearby Southside Boulevard provides easy access to Downtown.

Tigerhole

The neighborhood gets its name from the nearby Tiger Hole, which is a small pond surrounded by woods that is popular for fishing and boating. Tiger Hole/Secret Woods is a small neighborhood located on the Northside of Jacksonville bordered by Dunn Creek to the north.

Cisco Garden

Located in the southwest part of Jacksonville, Cisco Gardens is a residential neighborhood bordered by the Cedar Hills, Duclay, and Wesconnett neighborhoods. Many homes in Cisco Gardens were built in the 1960s and 1970s with ranch-style homes.

Whitehouse

Bordered by Interstate 10 to the north, the Cedar River and Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve to the south, Chaffee Road to the west, and Yellow Water Road to the east, Whitehouse is a neighborhood located in the western part of Jacksonville.

Cedar Hills Estates

Conveniently located near major thoroughfares such as Blanding Boulevard and Interstate 295, Cedar Hills Estates is a residential neighborhood consisting mainly of single-family homes. Orange Park Mall and the Cedar Hills Shopping Center are nearby malls.

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