Emergency Management

The mission of the Tybee Island Emergency Management Agency is to protect lives and property from the threat of all types of major emergencies and disasters both natural and man-made. This shall be accomplished in coordination, conjunction and collaboration with the Community and all City Departments to maximize the City’s potential to prepare for, mitigate against, respond to and recover from an Emergency or Disaster.
  1. Debris removal will close South Campbell for periods on Saturday

    The debris removal crews will be working down South Campbell on Saturday, October 29th. The size of trucks, the work area, and safety rules will require that the road be closed for extended time periods periodically while pick up is under way. The... Read on...
  2. Late fees and shut-offs suspended after Hurricane Matthew

    Late fees for utility bills will not be charged on October nor November billings. Water shut-offs are suspended during this time as well. Nor will late fees be charged on hotel-motel taxes for the same time period.
  3. Private road clearing operations

    At the October 20th special council meeting, the City Council authorized the City Manager to request permission from FEMA to clean up the private streets on Tybee as part of the Matthew debris removal, which is currently prohibited. Read on for details. Read on...
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