Downtown Jacksonville Pest Control
Royal Pest Services offers an array of services for Jacksonville residents and business owners as well as surrounding North Florida areas to meet your pest control needs.
Nearby Areas of Downtown JAX:
- San Marco
Featured Pest Service:
- Pest Control:
Royal Pest Services offers Pest Control for Ants, Cockroaches, Termites, Spiders, Chinch Bugs, Mole Crickets, Sod Webworms and more. We offer a complete service that helps to both prevent and eliminate bugs and pests. From homes and apartments to offices and factories we have the knowledge, tools and experience to get the job done quickly and efficiently. Learn more about these bugs in our Pest Learning Center.
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Information about Downtown Jacksonville, FL:
Downtown Jacksonville is the center of the largest city in area in the continental United States.
The Downtown area of Jacksonville is located on the north and south bank of the St. Johns River, and is easily accessible from two major interstate highways, I-10 and I-95, less than a half an hour from the Jacksonville International Airport or the Jacksonville area beaches.
More than 90 restaurants, 30 bars and nightclubs and nearly 120 retail and service providers are within easy walking distance for Downtown Jacksonville business employees, customers and other city visitors.
Some Downtown Jacksonville attractions:
First Wednesday Art Walk is a monthly event produced by Downtown Vision, Inc. also known as the Downtown Improvement District for Downtown Jacksonville. The event brings people to the cultural and historical center of the city and showcases Jacksonville’s deep and energetic pool of creative talent. Art Walk is open to visual and performing artists, and is held on the first Wednesday of every month from 5 – 9 p.m., rain or shine. As an average, 6,000 people attend each month to see more than 100 artists, which present their talent at more than 40 Art Walk venues, stretching across Downtown Jacksonville’s core and include Hemming Plaza, galleries, museums, cultural and educational venues, restaurants and bars, downtown businesses and more.
Jacksonville Jazz Festival This city sponsored Jazz Festival is a weekend celebration of Jazz music which takes place in various venues Downtown, and first occurred in 1979. In addition to an ever changing assortment of jazz musical performances at the festival, there are also other events for attendees to enjoy, such as Jazz piano competitions, wine tastings, and even a special downtown art show. For its vitality and assortment of attractions, the Jacksonville Jazz Festival is often heralded as one of the best jazz festivals in the USA.
Riverwalk There are actually two Riverwalks in downtown Jacksonville, along the north and south banks of the St. Johns River. These two, separate walkways are connected by either taking the water taxi or by the pedestrian walkways over the Main Street and the Acosta bridges. Both the Northbank Riverwalk and the Southbank Riverwalk offer a peaceful path along the riverfront, and a view of changing perspectives of the city’s downtown skyline. On either Riverwalk, you can run, walk, rollerblade, skateboard, or ride a bike without the worrying about cross streets or the traffic of motor vehicles.
Though shorter in length than the Northbank Riverwalk, the Southbank Riverwalk has Friendship Fountain Park, with ever-changing jets of water that soar from the Fountain, high into the air and are illuminated in changing color patterns each night.
Jacksonville Landing, home to year-round entertainment, a wide variety of waterfront dining options and a cozy inside shopping mall, is located on the Northbank Riverwalk.
Museum of Science & History (MOSH) began as the Jacksonville Children’s Museum, chartered in 1941 by the Association for Childhood Education. Over the years, the Museum has moved and evolved into its current location and status. Offering a varied selection of changing exhibits, the Museum displays items of interest to people of all ages, childhood to adults.
- The Florida Naturalist’s Center, with a selection of live animals, all native to Florida.
- The “Currents of Time” exhibit, which guides visitors on a walking tour of the history of Jacksonville and Northeast Florida.
- The Bryan Gooding Planetarium, part of the Alexander Brest Space Theater and recognized as the largest single-lens planetarium in the world. with a dome that is 60 feet in diameter.
Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville (MOCA) presents exhibitions, collections, educational programs, and publications to enhance an understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art. MOCA is a private nonprofit visual arts educational institution and cultural resource of the University of North Florida.
Ritz Theatre & Museum The Ritz Theatre & Museum was constructed in 1999 on the original site of the 1929 Ritz Theater, which had been a movie house in Jacksonville’s historic African American community of La Villa. During the 1920s through1960s, the community was often referred to as the “Harlem of the South.” Building on the proud heritage of the community, the Ritz Theatre and Museum educates and entertains to share its historical and cultural legacy.
Jacksonville Fire Museum is open free to the public. The history of the fire service is detailed in thousands of items, which help to tell the story of fire service not only in Jacksonville, but from throughout the state of Florida. Among Museum exhibits are photos from the Great Fire of 1901, a fully-restored 1902 American LaFrance, horse drawn Fire Engine, and functional 1926 American LaFrance Fire Engine.
Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League The Jacksonville Jaguars are an professional football franchise based in Jacksonville, Florida. The Jaguars are members of the South Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). Jaguar home games are played at the EverBank Field stadium in downtown Jacksonville.
The Jaguars came into being as part of the 1995 NFL expansion, which included the Carolina Panthers. Jaguars have won their NFL Division championships, and played in the playoffs.
The current Jacksonville Jaguar owner is businessman Shad Khan.
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Jacksonville has had minor league baseball representation nearly every year since the early 20th century. The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp are a minor league baseball team based in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Jumbo Shrimp play at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, a park located in downtown Jacksonville which opened in 2003. The Jumbo Shrimp moved to the new park from Wolfson park (which was demolished in 2002). Since moving to the new facility the Jumbo Shrimp consistently led the Double-A Southern League in game attendance and have won the Southern League playoff Championship 6 times, most recently in 2014.
Jacksonville Sharks The Jacksonville Sharks are a professional arena football team based in Jacksonville, Florida. Sharks home games are played at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Part of the South Division of the American Conference in the Arena Football League (AFL), the Sharks have won the Championship of their Division in all four seasons of their existence.
Jacksonville Zip Codes: 32202, 32204, 32207