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Tactical Urbanism is a set of ideas, methods, and tools that help city governments and community groups work to build safer, happier, and more connected neighborhoods. The City of Jackson works with community members, organizations and non-profits to create short-term, low-cost pilot projects to test out long-term, permanent improvements to the built environment.

Tactical Urbanism Guide

Tactical Urbanism Guide

The City of Jackson encourages citizens to develop their own Tactical Urbanism projects. Click the image above to download the Tactical Urbanism Guide.

Tactical Urbanism Permit Application

Applicant Contact Information





Is this your first Tactical Urbanism project application?

Organization/Applicant Type:
Neighborhood Group
Commercial Property Owner
Non-Profit Organization
Community-Based Organization/Civic Group
Academic Institution
Religious Organization

Project Proposal

Project Description:
Please give a brief description of your project idea, describing goals and the intent of the project. 

List the materials you plan to use for your project

Proposed Project Location Address

Installation Information

Installation Date

Approximate Hours

Removal Date

Approximate Hours

Design and Location Criteria

Does your project meet the requirements in the Tactical Urbanism Guide? Select all that apply:
My project site avoids State Highways.
My project site avoids streets classified as arterial.
My project site avoids streets with speed limits above 30 mph.
My project site avoids preventing access to public utilities, utility covers, valves, etc

Should any project site require use of the above, reference the Tactical Urbanism Guide for more information to complete the application process.


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