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  1. Beach Advisory Issued for Polk Street Beach on Tybee Island

    Nov 21 - Chatham Coastal Health District has issued a swimming advisory for the beach area near the Polk Street cross-over. See map to view affected area. Do not swim or wade in the water in the area(s) under advisory. Advisory areas are retested daily. Read on...
  2. Online Holiday Shopping Security Advice from DHS

    Our Department of Homeland Security has some great advice to help you protect your confidential information while shopping online this holiday season! Please click the link to learn details to shop online safely! Read on...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program

    On Wednesday, October 11th, representatives from FEMA, GEMA and the City presented information about FEMA's Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP). In a nutshell, if you live in a ground floor, non-FEMA FIRM home, you should qualify and consider applying! Read on...
  7. 2017 Hurricane Season

    Hurricane season has begun and will last until Nov 30th. Elevated storm activity is predicted in 2017. Please sign up for our CivicReady alerts to keep yourself informed; download http://cityoftybee.org/DocumentCenter/View/909 for detailed help! Read on...
  8. Recall on Kidde Fire Extinguishers

    Over 40 million units of over 140 different brand names and models of fire extinguishers made between 1973 and 2017 are being recalled by Kidde Fire Extinguishers. Contact manufacturer for replacement units. Read on...
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