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Jackson County

Historic Jackson County, Florida. Florida Caverns State Park is located in Marianna, Florida.
Jackson County Utilities | Jackson County Recreation

There are 3 residential real estate listings for sale in Jackson.
There are 3 commercial real estate listings for sale in Jackson.
There are 2 vacant land real estate listings for sale in Jackson.
There are 8 total real estate listings for sale in Jackson.

3 Commercial Real Estate Listings Found

Displaying 1 to 3

1.   765938
1300 Hwy 69, Marianna
$1,399,000.00

2.   757371
1343 Hwy 69, Marianna
$3,499,000.00

3.   750064
000 231 Highway, Alford
$699,000.00


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Jackson County Cities

Marianna Click to view a map of Marianna, Florida. Cottondale Click to view a map of Cottondale, Florida.
Graceville Click to view a map of Graceville, Florida. Jacobs Click to view a map of Jacobs, Florida.
Malone Click to view a map of Malone, Florida. Alford Click to view a map of Alford, Florida.
Bascom Click to view a map of Bascom, Florida. Campbellton Click to view a map of Campbellton, Florida.
Grand Ridge Click to view a map of Grand Ridge, Florida. Greenwood Click to view a map of Greenwood, Florida.
Sneads Click to view a map of Sneads, Florida.

Jackson County Government

Jackson County

Jackson County Property Appraiser

Jackson County Tax Collector

Jackson County Supervisor of Elections

Jackson County Clerk of Courts

Jackson County Education

Jackson County Schools

Jackson County School Board

History of Jackson County

Andrew Jackson was appointed Florida's first governor in 1821. At that time, Florida was divided into two sections or counties; east and west. The east was St. John's County and the west was Escambia County.

Governor Jackson passed a bill in 1822 to add another county which was named after him. Jackson County became Florida's Third county and was set in the middle of the other two. Later the western boundary between Jackson and Escambia was expanded ever farther west.

There were no towns in Jackson County when it was formed. The first county court met at what they called "Robinson's Big Spring" ( later called Blue Springs) in 1822 and then at the "Big Spring of the Choctawhatchee" in 1823. The following year the county court met at "Chipola Settlement," which is now known as Waddell's Mill Pond.

Marianna became the county seat, but not without controversy. It was founded by Robert Beverridge, a native of Scotland, in September of 1827. The first town established in Jackson County was Webbville in January of 1827. Webbville, a community of land squatters, was located nine miles northwest of present day Marianna and was designated as the county seat. Webbville thrived until 1828 when Beveridge and other Marianna settlers went to Tallahassee and enticed the Florida Legislature with the offer of free land, construction of a courthouse, a public square and $500 to purchase a quarter section of land to be sold at public auction as a way to finance the new government, if the county seat was moved to Marianna.

Beveridge and his supporters succeeded and Marianna became the seat of the county justice and civil authority, even though it was never officially proclaimed the county seat. Marianna began to grow and prosper when the county government moved into the new courthouse in 1829. Webbville's prominent citizens moved to Marianna and the L&N Railroad decided to bypass the town. Webbville does not exist today.

Information provided by the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce. Need a relocation packet? Contact them at:

Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
4318 Lafayette Street
Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 482-8060


Jackson County Utilities

Electricity/Gas

Florida Public Utilities
(850) 526-6800

West Florida Electric
(850) 263-3231

City of Alford
(850) 579-4684

City of Cottondale
(850) 352-4361

City of Graceville
(850) 263-3250

City of Grand Ridge
(850) 592-4621

City of Greenwood
(850) 594-1216

City of Malone
(850) 569-2308

City of Marianna
(850) 482-4353

City of Sneads
(850) 593-6636

Water/Sewer

City of Alford
(850) 579-4684

City of Cottondale
(850) 352-4361

City of Graceville
(850) 263-3250

City of Grand Ridge
(850) 592-4621

City of Greenwood
(850) 594-1216

City of Malone
(850) 569-2308

City of Marianna
(850) 482-4353

City of Sneads
(850) 593-6636

Garbage

Waste Management of Springhill
1-800-333-7709

Telephone

Embarq
1-800-326-2384

Satellite/Cable

Comcast Cablevision of Marianna
(850) 482-5371

DirecTV
1-800-347-3288

Miscellaneous

Jackson County Recreation

Local Attractions

Parks

Econfina Creek Water Management Area
Route 1 Box 3100
Havana, FL 32333

Hunter Fish Camp Road Boat Landing
Hunter Fish Camp Road
Marianna, FL

Blue Springs Recreation Area
Blue Springs Road
Marianna, FL

Florida Caverns State Park
3345 Cavern's Road
Marianna, FL

Ocheesee Pond and Boat Landing
1320 Arkansas Road
Marianna, FL

Spring Creek Park
Highway 90 Marianna, FL

Three Rivers State Recreation Area
7908 Three Rivers Park Road
Sneads, FL

Golf

Indian Springs Golf Club
5248 Clubhouse Drive
Marianna, FL
(850) 482-8787

Marianna Oaks Golf Course
3071 Highway 90
Marianna, FL
(850) 352-2060

The Florida Caverns Golf Course
3309 Caverns Road
Marianna, FL
(850) 482-4257


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