Yesterday I had the opportunity to meet with officials in Washington, DC about some of the major issues Tybee is facing. Tybee tax dollars funded this one day trip to DC and I want to report back on the meetings. Read on...
This is a report on the incident that occurred on Friday, May 31st , that involved city equipment being driven and becoming stuck in the marsh. We have reviewed the timeline and continue to evaluate appropriate disciplinary action where justified. Read on...
Welcome to Tybee Island. To help insure that you have a wonderful visit, we want you to keep in mind a few things when you visit the beach. Read on...
Sea turtles need our beaches to be dark. Interfering with their activities, nests, or hatchlings is forbidden by Federal law. Items, sand structures, dug holes, tents, etc. left overnight on beaches are hazardous to humans as well as to nesting turtles. Read on...
Tybee Clean Beach Volunteers and Fight Dirty Tybee are pleased to announce the opening of a small drop-off center for hard to recycle (H2R) materials at the Old School Building, part of the YMCA complex. Managed by volunteers, residents can drop off... Read on...