Public Input Sessions
The Jekyll Island Authority engages in several public input sessions throughout the year to gain citizen involvement on new and on-going projects. Sessions include periodic town hall meetings and “coffee and conversations” with key staff. The JIA Executive Director has an open door policy for issues between sessions. Additionally, all Jekyll Island Board of Directors meetings and committee meetings are open to the public.
Jekyll Island Carrying Capacity & Infrastructure Assessment
Sand County Studios Open House
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 | 4-7 p.m.
Villa Ospo | 381 Riverview Road
The purpose of this session is to present information on the goals and objectives, planning process, scope of work, and project intent for the Jekyll Island Carrying Capacity & Infrastructure Assessment Project. Graphic display boards will be pinned on the walls, and visitors will be encouraged to move from board to board, reviewing the materials, asking questions, and offering input. These boards will present existing conditions and preliminary analysis related to the project.
With the open house format, there is no formal presentation, but project team members and JIA staff will be available to answer questions and document feedback and ideas. Visitors are invited to stop by at any time during the 3-hour window.
Questions or comments regarding the study should be sent to: email@example.com
Sand County Studios Documents
- Sand County Studios Presentation to JIA Board (4/17/18)
- Public Notice — Carrying Capacity & Infrastructure Study Update (4/23/18)
Sand County Studios is a consulting group headquartered in Smyrna, Georgia. The project team for this study is changing how the world balances environmental systems with the built environment.