If you need a ride to the polls or a mail-in-ballot drop off box, SWAG can help connect you to a driver. Free rides are available to your polling place, early voting sites, or downtown to drop off your ballot
The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office will host the following Halloween events coming up in October: The first is a Drive-in Spooky Movie Night on October 16th at the Jonesville Soccer Fields starting at 7:00 pm. This event will be CDC compliant
Alachua County citizens can find information about voting on the Supervisor of Elections website. You’ll find details about the following ways of voting by clicking on each item below. If you are voting by mail, keep in mind that the
The October 2020 Calendar is available. You can download it HERE. Program Updates Keep SWAG Beautiful returns on October 1st at 2:30 pm (1st -5th grade only). Thanksgiving basket registration starts October 19th (Thanksgiving baskets are for SWAG residents and Alachua county veterans). See
The SWAG Family Resource Center will host the September Community Dinner on Thursday, September 24th from 5:30 – 6:30 PM. This event will feature grab ‘n go style meals.
Yesterday, we were thrilled to realize the walking trail around the new retention pond in Linton Oaks is nearly complete. We wanted to share our excitement and thank our county commissioners and county staff for making this a reality. We
SWAG would like to thank all of our community partners for helping us host our first drive-thru (and walk-up) free COVID-19 testing clinic in Linton Oaks. Our partners included Dr. Grant Harrell of the UF Mobile Outreach Clinic, the COVID-19
At participating Gainesville farmers’ markets, you can double your SNAP/EBT benefits with the Fresh Access Bucks (FAB) program. The FAB program is run by Feeding Florida. Participating Gainesville Markets Union Street Farmers Market @ Celebration Pointe 4949 Celebration Pointe Ave.
There is an upcoming recruitment event for bus driver job openings (Job #11245018) with Alachua County Public Schools. This event is scheduled for Wednesday, September 23 from 3pm-4pm in the School Board District Board Room at 620 E. University Ave.
The Human Rights Coalition of Alachua County is holding a Community ID drive. Community IDs are available to any resident, especially those who may have limited access to a government-issued ID card. You can find more information about Community IDs