The Jekyll Island Master Plan
It is a critical tool for managing the balance of limited commercial and residential development, the conservation of the Island’s pristine and delicate ecosystem, and preservation of the Island’s natural and cultural resources. The new Jekyll Island Master Plan was adopted by the Jekyll Island Authority Board of Directors on December 16, 2013 at its regular board meeting.
Proposed Amendment to Jekyll Island-State Authority’s 2014 Master Plan
The Jekyll Island Authority proposes to amend its 2014 Master Plan to convert 12 acres of undeveloped area to developed land for the purpose of the expansion of the Jekyll Island Campground and to convert approximately 3 acres of undeveloped area to developed land for the purpose of building a Public Safety Complex. A public hearing on this matter will take place on November 7, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at the Jekyll Island Convention Center, 75 Beachview Dr. N, Jekyll Island, GA 31527. Public comments will be taken at the public hearing. The Board of Directors of the Jekyll Island Authority will consider approval or rejection of the proposed amendment on December 17, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. at the Jekyll Island Convention Center, Rooms 7-8, 75 Beachview Dr. N, Jekyll Island, GA 31527.