Category: Community Focus
Youth summer camps are gradually making a comeback, with most planning to offer in-person programs this year. If you’re looking for the right camp for your school-age children, we invite you to explore our Summer Camps Directory that lists camps throughout the Alachua County area. A handful of camps scheduled around spring break are also listed.
Explore the Summer Camps Directory!
The City of Gainesville has begun to implement parking changes around the downtown area.
On Oct. 21, the Gainesville City Commission approved the design phase for changes to University Ave. and 13th St.
Elio Piedra, a Cuban native and long-standing Alachua County resident, launched Tu Fiesta Radio, Gainesville’s first Spanish-language radio station, on Nov. 1.
The City of Gainesville’s Regional Transit System (RTS) is temporarily reducing the frequency of bus service until further notice.
Join the Alachua Conservation Trust at noon on Oct. 24 for an outdoor celebration of the LGBTQ+ community.
Starting Oct. 24, individuals dialing a phone number within the 352 area code will need to change from 7-digit local dialing to 10-digit local dialing.
A new transit app, GNVRideRTS, was released on Oct. 1 to replace the TransLoc bus tracker app for campus and city bus service.
Faculty and staff in Gainesville can explore the resources offered by the Alachua County Library District and sign up for a library card.
Last year, UF’s New Faculty Orientation went virtual for the first time, and faculty new to the university this fall will continue to be able to access the resources available online. In partnership with the Office of the Provost and the Center for Teaching Excellence, UFHR developed a New Faculty Orientation Canvas site where new […]
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