devices. 3 Gameday has finally arrived for the annual Florida Georgia game. That means thousands of people will be heading downtown. Channel 4's Chris Parenteau is joining us with more on what's being done to make sure everyone stays safe. 3 As always when it comes to Florida/Georgia weekend, safety is the top priority of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, with so many people heading downtown. Because of that high number of people, JSO is urging people to get to the stadium about 5 hours before kickoff to avoid traffic problems. 00 -0516 - 2158 - 1:03JSO is asking that drivers pay attention to electronic signs in the downtown area, rather than using gps programs on phones.They say this will help cars get to parking lots as quickly as possible.SOT Melissa Bujeda 36:13 The pedestrian traffic is going to take priority downtown. We need people to know that if you come down here after gates open, you are going to wait. Pedestrians will have the right of way.VO In order to keep people safe in the downtown area this afternoon, six safety zones have been set up downtown, offering first aid, cellphone chargers, phone service, directions, snacks and more.SOT Melissa Bujeda 35:30 Stay in groups.If you come with a group of people, we want you to leave with that group of people.Be aware of your friends. We understand that people are going to be drinking.VO Extra Sheriff's officers will be around the downtown area to keep everyone safe. Many or the people who have already flocked to the area this weekend are pleased with the extra officers that are helping people get to and from the game safely.SOT Peter Wells - Happy with police presence 47:47 It's something you really looking forward to knowing that nothing bad is going to happen here while you stay here. 47:30 The police are great. They are always on duty, but they're never really harsh.SOT 39:22 We want everybody to be aware, if they need help or feel unsafe, reach out to the officer that is in that area. 3 One final safety tip for people heading down to the game today, remember this phone number, its the city's safety hotline for you to call if you need any assistance. That phone number is 630-SAFE.