There are 2 standard polling places on Tybee, though due to scheduling conflicts, there will sometimes be alternate locations arranged. There are 2 voting districts on the island: 4-10 and 4-11.

Election information is normally kept up-to-date by the Chatham County Board of Elections, while the Tybee Island official responsible for election issues is the City Clerk, Jan LeViner.

The Chatham County Board of Elections web page will usually have information about voting dates for the year, candidates and issues to be voted on in upcoming elections, and district information including the definition of each district, its voting location, and sample ballots that voters can expect to see in the booth.

The information here shows that Tybee's district 4-10, which includes the Chimney Creek and Spanish Hammock unincorporated areas as well all of the city north of First Street and west of Horsepen Creek, will be voting in the normal location at the Guard House/Community Center on Van Horn at the intersection of North Campbell.

Tybee's district 4-11, which encompasses the rest of the island - that is, everything east of Horsepen and south of First Street - will be voting at the usual site of the Old School Cafeteria at 204 Fifth Street.

Polling Places

Regular polling places for Tybee districts are:
4-10: Guard House / Community Center
31 Van Horn Street
Tybee Island, GA 31328

4-11: Tybee School Cafeteria
204 Fifth Street
Tybee Island, GA 31328

Main Board of Elections Office

1117 Eisenhower Dr
Suite E
Savannah, GA 31406

For an absentee ballot, download the request form from the Chatham Board of Elections web site, then mail your application to:
Chatham County Chief Registrar
P.O. Box 13757
Savannah, GA 31416