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Naval Hospital Jacksonville

Hospital in NAS Jacksonville
2080 Child St, Jacksonville, FL 32214

Weather/Climate
The summers are warm and winters have mild temperatures, while fall and spring stay cool. 
The coolest month is January, with rain generally occurs during the summer afternoons with an annual average of about 50 inches. Humidity levels are relatively high, but natural breezes from the Atlantic provide cool relief. 
 
Summer high: the July low is 75 degrees; average high is around 92 degrees 
Winter low: the January low is 46 degrees; average high is 66 degrees. 
Cost of Living

The cost of living index in Jacksonville, FL is 93 which is 7% lower than the Florida average and 7% lower than that for the entire country. 

Goods and services that are a necessity regardless of location and provide an accurate general sense of the cost of living in one city versus another. The cost of retail goods and services in Jacksonville, FL are 1% lower than the average for Florida and 2% lower than the rest of the country. 

Getting to Know the Area
 
Jacksonville is known as Florida’s First Coast. It is rich in history with a wide range of entertainment offering something for everyone. 
 
The base is at the mouth of the St. Johns River and the Atlantic Ocean near the small fishing village of Mayport, Florida, and near Atlantic Beach, Florida. The warm climate here makes it ideal for outdoor recreation year-round, including boating, camping, fishing and watersports. Although Jacksonville has nearly 1 million residents, including 225,000 with Navy affiliation, the population is spread over a large geographic area, providing ample residential areas. 
 
For a list of all of the great things to do in the area, go to www.ozarkalchamber.com 
 
If you are looking for fun things to do with the kids, this site provides a long list of options, www.familydaysout.com

Events

Check out these websites for a list of all of the great events going on in the area.  

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