Danny Becton is Currently the Council Member for District 11

District 11 compasses a large area of the Southside within the City of Jacksonville, which includes the area South of J. T. Butler Blvd also including North of JTB making up the UNF area to Beach Blvd. with borders of St. Johns Bluff and Kernan Blvd. South. The District is also bordered on the East and South by St. Johns County and to the West by the Florida East Coast Railroad from JTB to I-295, then down I-95. Across I-95 to the West, the District includes Bartram Park Blvd.

Councilman Becton first Elected in 2015, is now in his Second & Final Term on City Council, 2019 – 2023.

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COJ Announces Program Details for $1,000 per Household Grant

COJ Announces Program Details for $1,000 per Household Grant

Jacksonville, Florida (April 30, 2020) -- Jacksonville City Council approved Bill 2020-235 on Monday April 27th, in which the city received $159 million in relief dollars as part of the Federal Government’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act...

Councilman Becton Visits New Townhome Community, East Village

Councilman Becton Visits New Townhome Community, East Village

Jacksonville, FL (March 11, 2020) — A recent field trip within District 11 had Councilman Becton visiting a new community of townhomes named East Village located on R G Skinner Parkway across from Atlantic Coast High School. New Home Sales Representative Kent...

Councilman Becton Initiates District 11 Landscaping Enhancements

Councilman Becton Initiates District 11 Landscaping Enhancements

Jacksonville, FL (January 31, 2020) – Over the years as District 11 has grown, many of the public rights-of-way were setup to be managed by private entities wanting to forego the usual city maintenance, looking to create an enhanced environment that would be appealing...

CM Becton Shepards Final Passage of 2019-803

CM Becton Shepards Final Passage of 2019-803

Jacksonville, FL (January 14, 2020) – It’s official! Bill 2019-803 has been adopted and approved by the Florida Building Code Commission as a local Building Code requirement for Duval county. “This is a very exciting accomplishment”, Council member Becton...