• Baker County

    County Seat: Macclenny
    Population: 27,937
    Land Area (sq. miles): 585
    Other Incorporated Communities: Glen St. Mary
    Established: 1861
    Named for: James McNair Baker,
    Confederate States senator and Florida judge

  • Clay County

    County Seat: Green Cove Springs
    Population: 208,311
    Land Area (sq. miles): 601
    Other Incorporated Communities: Keystone Heights,
    Orange Park, Penney Farms
    Established: 1858
    Named for: Kentuckian Henry Clay,
    Secretary of State under
    John Quincy Adams

  • Duval County

    County Seat: Jacksonville
    Population: 926,255
    Land Area (sq. miles): 774
    Other Incorporated
    Communities: Atlantic Beach, Baldwin,
    Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach
    Established: 1822
    Named for: William Pope Duval,
    first territorial governor of Florida

  • Flagler County

    County Seat: Bunnell
    Population: 108,310
    Land Area (sq. miles): 485
    Other Incorporated
    Communities: Beverly Beach,
    Flagler Beach, Marineland, Palm Coast
    Established: 1917
    Named for: Henry Flagler,
    developer of the Florida
    East Coast Railroad

  • Nassau County

    County Seat: Fernandina Beach
    Population: 80,622
    Land Area (sq. miles): 652
    Other Incorporated
    Communities: Callahan, Hilliard
    Established: 1824
    Named for: Nassau Sound

  • Putnam County

    County Seat: Palatka
    Population: 72,277
    Land Area (sq. miles): 722
    Other Incorporated
    Communities: Crescent City,
    Interlachen, Pomona Park, Welaka
    Established: 1849
    Named for: Benjamin Alexander Putnam
    (1801-69), lawyer, soldier, judge,
    state legislator, first president of the Florida Historical Society

  • St. Johns County

    County Seat: St. Augustine,
    oldest permanent settlement in U.S.
    Population: 235,087
    Land Area (sq. miles): 609
    Other Incorporated Communities:
    Hastings, St. Augustine Beach
    Established: 1821
    Named for: St. Johns River


Regional Planning Councils are authorized by Florida Statutes. There are 10 Regional Planning Councils in the State of Florida.

The Northeast Florida Regional Council, which covers Regional District 4, was formed in 1977 by an inter local agreement, pursuant to Chapter 163, Florida Statutes, to “…establish an organization that will promote area-wide coordination and related cooperative activities of federal, state, and local governments ensuring a broad based regional organization that can provide a truly regional perspective and enhance the ability and opportunity of local governments to resolve issues and problems transcending their individual boundaries.”



July 5, 2018 – Executive Committee Meeting, NEFRC

July 5, 2018 – Personnel, Budget & Finance Policy Committee, NEFRC

Aug. 2, 2018 – NEFRC Full Board and Committee Meetings, NEFRC

Aug. 21, 2018 – NE FL Healthcare Coalition Annual Training Summit, UNF

Sept. 3, 2018 – Labor Day: COUNCIL CLOSED

Sept. 6, 2018 – NEFRC Executive Committee Meeting, NEFRC

Oct. 4, 2018 – NEFRC Full Board and Committee Meetings, NEFRC

Nov. 1, 2018 – Executive Committee Meeting, NEFRC

Nov. 12, 2018 – Veterans’ Day: COUNCIL CLOSED

Nov. 22 & 23, 2018 – Thanksgiving Day: COUNCIL CLOSED


Dec. 6, 2018 – Full Board and Committee Meetings, NEFRC

Dec. 6, 2018 – Northeast Florida Elected Officials & Regional Awards Luncheon, NEFRC

Northeast Florida Regional Council

100 Festival Park Ave.
Jacksonville FL, 32202
Email: info@nefrc.org
Phone: (904) 279-0880
Fax: (904) 279-0881