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  1. Storm Debris Removal Ceases

    The debris removal contractors for Tybee Island have completed the final pass for debris pickup. Any storm related debris put out in the city right of way from this point forward WILL NOT be picked up. Read on...
  2. Tybee Road Bridges Plan

    Yes, there is a plan! The precisely named, "PRACTICABLE ALTERNATIVES REVIEW REPORT; SR 26/US 80 at Bull River and Lazaretto Creek; P.I. No. 0010560; Chatham County, GA" provides the detailed proposal from the Army Corps of Engineers. Read on...
  3. Council Candidates' Forum

    All eight Council candidates came to participate in the Candidate Forum held on Mon, Oct 2nd at the Public Safety Bldg. The Forum will be rebroadcast seven times weekly on Comcast channel 7, and also is on the city's video-on-demand site. Read on...
  4. Trunk-or-Treat will again replace Lewis Ave Halloween

    The YMCA is coordinating a community Trick-or-Treat event in Memorial Park again this year, since Lewis Avenue has again been decimated before the Halloween event. If you would like to participate, celebrants can apply to reserve a spot ... Read on...
  5. Disability assistance available from FEMA after Irma

    Services Available for Hurricane Irma Survivors with Disabilities, Access Needs - click below for details, or see other News Flash about Disaster Assistance Center at Tybee Gym. Read on...
  6. Temporary Housing Assistance from FEMA

    If your residence is not safe and secure and you are willing to temporarily relocate, apply with FEMA and you may receive rental assistance; visit the FEMA / GEMA DISASTER RECOVERY CENTER... Click thru for details Read on...
  7. Campground offers free sites for those without habitable homes

    River’s End is offering complimentary campsites for Tybee Island residents displaced by Hurricane Irma. Any resident without habitable residence may bring their RV to the campground for the next 60 days, at no charge (subject to availability). Read on...
  8. Applying for FEMA Individual Assistance

    People in Chatham County affected by Hurricane Irma are eligible to receive 'Individual Assistance' from FEMA. Many thanks to Congressman Buddy Carter who helped make this happen. Individuals in Chatham County can register with FEMA the following ways... Read on...
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