Effective immediately: Keep your community safe and remain anonymous! Our new program allows you to text crime tips to CRIMES (274637). Type our keyword JONES plus your message and send. Or enter tips online at www.JonesText2Tell.com
Underage Consumption Ordinance
Dates: Mar 15, 2013 to Mar 15, 2023
As of March 14, 2013, a new Underage Consumption Ordinance is in effect in Jones County. This ordinance closes the gap in the law so that Possession of alcohol for underage persons includes possession in the body. Click Here to see the ordinance.
Coalition Purse Sale Fundraiser
Date: Jun 15, 2013 -
08:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Please donate gently-used fashionable purses from now until our fundraiser sale at the Coalition office on the Saturday of the city wide garage sales in Anamosa in June. SEE FLYER
Welcome to the Jones County Safe and Healthy Youth Coalition website. We invite you to visit this website often for updates about information such as meetings, upcoming events, new trends, laws, drug and alcohol use prevention, campaigns, goals and community resources, etc.
We rely on your support of your youth and community - they will need and want your encouragement and support. You are key to their growth and success during the many demands and challenges they face during their teen years.
We take our responsibility very seriously. We are a group of local residents and professionals who have come together for a common goal- the safety and well being of our communities and children.
Please click and read through the various pages of information to see if we have the information you are looking for. It is our desire to keep you informed and answer the many questions you might have. If you cannot find it on this site please let us know by using the contact us link. We promise to continue improvements to achieve that goal.
Thank you, and visit often! Keith Dirks, JCSHY Coalition President
The Jones County Safe and Healthy Youth Coalition is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Jones County. Through collaborative efforts of an empowered group of caring citizens, we can promote healthy life choices. In regard to usage of illegal substances among youth, we can increase the perception of harm, increase parental and societal disapproval, and decrease the frequency of substance usage.