Beach Renourishment Project set to Begin on Tybee Island Dec. 4th The City of Tybee will begin a beach renourishment project Dec. 4 that will impact the use of various sections of the beach through mid-January. The project will operate 24/7 and involve pumping sand onto the shore. To see when and where sections of […]
Adopt-an-Area Program see the original post on CityofTybee.org The start of the 2019 year has launched the City of Tybee Island’s first ever Adopt-an-Area Program! Similar to Adopt-a-Highway, but instead volunteers adopt an area on Tybee Island. Adoptable areas could be a beach, beach crossover, marsh, park, or any other area on the island. The […]
Special Traffic Protocols (from the City Manager’s Office) Due to high volumes of traffic expected on Saturday, March 16th the City of Tybee Island will be implanting special traffic control measures. The attached map shows where barricades will be placed to control traffic flow and ensure emergency vehicle access to the south end of the […]
Tybee Island will host the 14th Annual Tybee Turtle Trot 5K Beach Run and Turtle Release on Saturday, April 28. Registration is $25 for Tybee Island Marine Science Center members and $30 for non-members. Race participants who sign-up before midnight April 19 will receive a race t-shirt. Online registration is available through Active.com or via the science center website.
by Brad Stewart owner of Stewart’s Bait and Tackle While visiting Tybee, take advantage of the many fishing opportunities around the island. There are three public piers for fishing; Lazaretto Creek pier, Fisherman’s Walk on the back river, or the Tybee Pier and Pavilion. You can also try your luck from the beach or off the […]