The mission of the Jekyll Island Conservation Plan (JICP) is to “Preserve, maintain, manage, and restore Jekyll Island’s natural communities and species diversity while providing nature-based educational and recreational opportunities to the general public.” Specifically regarding white-tailed deer, the JICP recognizes that deer can “adversely affect long-term conservation goals by preferentially foraging on propagules and saplings of desirable native plant species”. The Jekyll Island Authority Board of Directors met on July 21, 2014 . Recommendations were made to the board about deer management on Jekyll Island.
Click here to see the recommendations.
Water Quality Report for Jekyll Island’s Public Water System I.D. No. 1270028
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM YOUR WATER DEPARTMENT:
The Jekyll Island Authority Water Department is pleased to offer you this Water Quality Report for Jekyll Island’s Public Water System I.D. No. 1270028. This report is a summary of the year 2013 laboratory testing results of Jekyll Island’s drinking water. The United States Environmental Protection Agency and Georgia Environmental Protection Division have set high standards for the quality of water you use. These high standards require our water system to analyze over 150 different water quality parameters annually to ensure the quality and safety of the water we deliver to your homes daily. See full report here >> 2014 Water Quality Report
An online version of the Jekyll Island Master Plan is available. Click Here >> Jekyll Island Master Plan
Attention Jekyll Island Residents and Businesses:
The Jekyll Island Authority is switching to a new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) program which will allow us to better serve our residential and business leaseholders with relevant and timely information. If you are a leaseholder, or an actual resident or business manager on Jekyll Island and would like to receive periodic notices and alerts, please complete the following form. The information you provide will be synchronized with our current database and will not be a duplicate entry. Should you have any questions, please contact the Jekyll Island Authority, (912) 635-4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
JEKYLL ISLAND ORDINANCES SCHEDULE OF FINES
The schedule of fines is interactive in that you can click on the ordinance code section and be brought directly to the exact ordinance language so that you can find the specific details of the violation.