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Live and dead bait are available to purchase at the Marina while supplies last. The Marina is closed on Tuesdays. Call the marina office at 912-279-2852 for daily updates on bait supply.
The park gate opens at 6am daily. During winter months, the park gate locks at 6pm. During summer months, the park gate locks at 8pm. Daily park visitors are asked to leave the park at least 15 minutes before the park gate locks.
We accept all major credit cards. A 3% card processing fee is charged for all card payments.
There is no fee to fish at Lake Cindee (freshwater lake) or the fishing pier (saltwater on South Brunswick River). Saltwater fishing permits are issued by DNR.
The campground office is open from 8:30am to 5pm Monday through Saturday.
Alcohol is not permitted in the park. Violators may be asked to leave the park.
We have 1 large pavilion and 4 medium-sized pavilions available to rent. Contact the campground office at 912-279-2812 for availability and pricing.
Pets are welcome, but they must be leashed and kept quiet inside RV after 10pm. Pet owners are responsible to pick up after their pet's waste. Pets must not be left unattended outside at any time. Pets are not allowed in the bathhouses, restrooms, laundry room, campground office, and swimming area.
All off-road vehicles including 4-wheelers and go-carts are prohibited in the campground. Personal vehicles are prohibited on the nature trails.
Yes. If you have a reservation with us and know that you will not arrive until after the campground office closes at 5pm, please call the office at 912-279-2812 to confirm your plans and obtain the gate code. If we have not heard from you by 4pm on the day you are scheduled to arrive, we will attempt to contact you by phone to confirm your plans.
We offer a limited number of RV sites for tent camping. Designated tent sites in the RV campground are $42 per day (plus tax), $252 per week (plus tax), or $675 per month (plus tax).
Yes, We charge $25 for early check-in (before 1pm) and $25 for late check-out (after 11am).
The marina opens at 6am Wednesdays through Mondays. During winter months, the marina closes at 5pm. During summer months, the marina closes at 6pm. Boaters who use the hoist are advised to return to the marina at least one hour before closing to ensure use of the hoist.
Horseback rides at the park are available through a contracted vendor. For more information call 912-635-9500 or visit the website www.threeoaksfarm.org. Personal horses are not allowed at the park.
Kayak and jon boat rentals are available to rent from campground office personnel during business hours (8:30am-4pm). We provide oars. You provide your own lifejackets (required). Personal (trolling motors only) boats are permitted for $5 per day. Gas-powered motors are not allowed in Lake Cindee.
It takes approximately 10 working days from the date a citation is issued before it is received and processed in the Clerk’s office. There will be no bond information available until the citation has been processed.
You must pay your bond prior to your scheduled court date or appear in court.
Clerk’s office is open to accept payment from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Suits with no service: $210.50 Sheriff service fee per Defendant: $50.00 Each additional Defendant after first: $50.00
Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Monday through Friday with the exception of official county holidays.
Misdemeanor cases must first be accused by the Solicitor’s Office, then filed in the Criminal Division of the State Court Clerk's Office. After cases are filed, docketed and given computer generated case numbers, they are processed and scheduled for court hearings.
There are generally two grounds upon which a dispossessory may be filed:1) The tenant fails to pay rent that is due.2) The tenant is holding over beyond the term of the lease.
Yes. The filing fee is $210.00 plus an additional $50.00 per sheriff service.
The writ of possession is an order directing the Sheriff to remove the tenant and the personal property from the premises. A writ can issue if the defendant failed to file an answer or if the judge entered an order granting a writ of possession.
A garnishment is a proceeding filed against the employer of a debtor/defendant. The employer is required to turn over to the court any money or other property that they may have in their possession belonging to the debtor/defendant. The plaintiff must have a judgment against the defendant before a garnishment can be filed. The judgment must also be a Georgia judgment (either local courts of federal). Other states' judgments will have to be domesticated (made a Georgia judgment). A judgment is valid for seven years. It can be renewed every seven years.
A garnishment cannot be "stopped" per se. A defendant can file a traverse. A traverse is an action filed by the defendant when he or she has some objection to the garnishment.
There is no monetary limit for a lawsuit filed in the Clerk of State Court’s office. The filing fee is $210.50 and $50.00 for service on each defendant.
No, an attorney is not necessary in State Court. However, if you choose, you may hire an attorney.
Yes, the filing fee is $210.50. There is a service fee of $50.00 per defendant.
The name, location and telephone number of the court that sent in the suspension.
The citation number and citation date.
Ask what information you will need from the court.
Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water & Sewer Commission located at 1703 Gloucester St.
Republic Waste Systems, 267-6400
Please call the Clerk of Superior Court in your County.
Be prepared to answer such questions as:• What type of data is needed?• What geographic area do you need data for?• What will the data be used for?• When do you need the data?
The more specific you are the better. This will help insure you get the right data at the right time.
• An estimate will then be prepared. This will usually be a verbal estimate, unless it is more appropriate for a written estimate. • A data license agreement will need to be signed before data can be released. • An invoice will then be issued and the requested data assembled. • The data will only be released once payment is received. • The GIS department will accept cash or check. No credit cards.• The data will then be sent to the customer in one of several ways depending on the type and quantity of data, and the location of the customer.
Please contact Addressing Coordinator (912-554-7424) for all questions regarding addressing. How do I get a new address assigned? If this is for a new structure, most of the time the address has already been assigned when the plat for the property was split and recorded. If there is not an address assigned then we can verify the access easement, name the easement and then assign an address. How do I get my address changed? The only time we change an address is if the address currently being used is not 911 compliant. Addresses mostly run even numbers on the right hand side of the road and odd numbers on the left. If there is a complaint about the addresses currently be used, then we review the numbers being used on the street and assigned addresses that meet the national 911 guidelines and county ordinance.
For flood zone questions, please contact Marilyn Proper at (912) 554-7422
Glynn County Property Records Search / Map
IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF GLYNN COUNTY
STATE OF GEORGIA
(STYLE OF CASE/CALENDAR) CASE NO. ____________
REQUEST TO USE A RECORDING DEVICE PURSUANT TO RULE 13
ON RECORDING OF JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS
Pursuant to Rule 13 of the Uniform Rules for Juvenile Court regarding Use of Electronic Devices in Courtrooms and Recording of Judicial Proceedings, the undersigned hereby requests permission to use a recording device in Courtroom _____ in order to record images and/or sound during (all) (the following portions) of the proceedings in the above captioned case/calendar.
Consistent with the provisions of Rule 13, the undersigned desires to use the following described recording device(s): ___________________. The proceedings that the undersigned desires to record commence on (date). Subject to direction from the court regarding possible pooled coverage, the undersigned wishes to use this device in the courtroom on (date). The personnel who will be responsible for the use of this recording device are: (identify appropriate personnel).
The undersigned hereby certifies that the device to be used and the locations and operation of such device will be in conformity with Rule 13 and any guidelines issued by the court.
The undersigned understands and acknowledges that a violation of Rule 13 and any guidelines issued by the court may be grounds for removal or exclusion from the courtroom and a willful violation may subject the undersigned to penalties for contempt of court.
This ___ day of ___________, 20 ___.
Judge, Juvenile Court Brunswick
Call the Glynn County Department of Family and Children's Service 855-GA-CHILD(855-422-4453) or the Glynn County Police Department at 912-554-3645 or 9-1-1.
Persons who do not meet the above criteria may receive a twelve-month library card for an annual fee of $25.00 or a six-month card for $12.50.
To receive a library card, you must complete a registration form, either in person or online at www.gapines.org and present valid identification showing your name and current address. Valid identification for obtaining a library card includes:
--photo ID with the applicant's current address,
or, if the photo ID does not show the applicant's current address, photo ID plus:
--a voter registration card, --a checkbook with pre-printed address, --an insurance card, --a tax receipt,--a utility bill, or--a piece of postmarked mail that shows the current address.
In the event that the applicant does not have photo ID, two separate items from this list will qualify as valid ID. All ID presented must be original documents; photocopies will not be accepted. If you have specific questions about the identification required for a library card, please contact your local library and speak with the manager.
Applicants under the age of 18 must have their parent or legal guardian present to receive a library card. Proof of legal guardianship must be shown if applicant is being signed up by someone other than the parent. All applicants over 18 must present their application at the front desk
Videocassettes and DVDs check out for one week.
If you wish to renew in person, you need only present your library card at the circulation desk. You do not need to bring the books as well.
When renewing by phone, patrons must provide their library card number when asked.
To renew online, point your browser to www.gapines.org, and choose the "My Account" link at the bottom of the page. Enter your user ID and your PIN. When you are in your account, choose "Items Checked Out". Select the items you wish to renew and click the "Renew Selected Items" button. If you are not sure that your items renewed, call the library to verify.
Videocassettes and DVDs have two chances for renewal, for one week at each renewal, provided that another patron has not placed a hold on that item.
Park passes cannot be renewed.
If your incident is an emergency, call 911. If non-emergency call 912-554-7800.
If this took place on a State Highway please call the Highway Patrol Office nearest you.
A known suspect is when you or someone else knows the person or where to find the person who committed the crime or the license plate number of the vehicle the suspect(s) were in.
You will need to come in with a State of Georgia photo id with date of birth and a Glynn County Address to fill out application, the fees are $79.00 cash on a new one, check or charge card payable to Glynn County Probate Court. For renewals not expired past the 30 day grace period the fees are $31.00.
Call Glynn County Customer Service at 912-554-7111 OR
Click on the green button labeled “Stop Service” and complete the form.
Previously, Glynn County asked residents to pay for trash services as a part of the property tax with recycling being optional and covered by the county. The Glynn County Board of Commissioners voted to end this policy for budgetary reasons. Residents can now choose to continue recycling by paying through their regular waste operator, Republic Services.
Residents who continue the recycling service will be charged $81 per year, billed as $20.25 quarterly, by Republic Services. As the previously Solid Waste fee of $125 included only trash, the fee will remain the same
Customers who opt out of the service by February 4th, 2022 will not be responsible for the January-March statement they received and can disregard the bill.
Recycling bins will be collected on your next recycling service day. Due to a high volume of requests and quick turnarounds, your bin may not be picked up on the first available service day. If this occurs, it will be picked up on the following service day. If you need to find out what your service day is, you can call Glynn County Customer Service at 912-554-7111.
A previous resident may have once ordered the service or there may be a mistake in the system. Call customer service at 912-554-7111 to ensure you are opted out if you wish to cancel the service.
Call Republic Services at 912-267-6400 to change your billing address on file, payment information, or any other issues regarding billing.
You can call Customer Service at 912-554-7111 to opt-in to the recycling service.
The Glynn County website has a recycling guide available under the Customer Service header in the Departments tab. Look for “Recycling Guide” underlined in green.
The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) law was enacted in 1985 at the request of the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG). The SPLOST was conceived and enacted as a county tax for funding capital projects.
Everyone who makes a purchase within Glynn County will have the 1% sales tax on their purchase. An estimated 44% will be paid by visitors who travel and stay in our area annually.
The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) sales tax will be imposed for six years if the referendum passes.
The Glynn County Board of Commissioners created this list following community listening sessions, town hall meetings, consultant advisory meetings, financial analysis, and examining feedback from the Community Sentiment Survey.
If excess SPLOST funds are collected and all referendum approved Tier 1 projects have been funded, then projects from the referendum approved Tier 2 list as prioritized by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners may be selected for implementation.
SPLOST projects and financial reports are found on the Glynn County website, www.glynncounty.org/SPLOST. The proposed SPLOST 2022 list can be found on www.100percentImpact4Glynn.com.
The SPLOST 22 referendum will be placed on the November 8th General Election ballot.
This project was presented to the Board of Commissioners on May 17. It was the culmination of a traffic study done by Kimley-Horne regarding traffic flow and safety standards for traffic coming onto and leaving the island.
The project in a shortened version: The St. Simons Island (SSI) Gateway, located in Glynn County, Georgia, is the primary entrance to St. Simons Island and is comprised of the intersections of FJ Torras Causeway (the Causeway), Kings Way, Sea Island Road, and Demere Road. This area experiences congestion during AM, Mid-day (MD), and PM peak hours that now persists all year-round.
The gateway’s present design features a stop light at Sea Island Road and Demere Road which:
a) backs up traffic coming onto the island
b) backs up traffic leaving the island on Demere Road.
In addition, there is a stop sign for Kings Way travelers at Sea Island Road, which makes it difficult for travelers to merge onto Sea Island Road.
This project will eliminate the stop sign at King’s Way and Sea Island Road and the traffic light at Sea Island and Demere roads by creating a traditional two-lane roundabout. A flyover bridge is also proposed to be constructed on Sea Island Road over Demere Road where the two now intersect.
Question: The next largest line item is $11.7M for a Public Safety Multiuse Facility for Emergency Operations, Communications Continuity of Operations Center, and First Responder Training Center. Can you explain the rationale for building this new center and why current facilities aren’t adequate?
Answer: The past 2 years have shown us the importance of an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during storms as well as climates of heightened public safety conditions (trials) in our area. The EOC serves a critical role in every phase of emergency management, from being the hub for all coordination during an incident to facilitating and directing recovery, clean-up, and reconstitution. As our community has grown, so have the needs for operations during an emergency.
The current EOC is in the center of the public safety building and does not allow responders to coordinate as defined by FEMA design standards due to the lack of breakout rooms for staff members to utilize for collaborative operational planning. The new facility would be a category 3 storm rated building that will include offices for the current Emergency Management Authority staff allowing the facility to be always ready for operations. The facility would also include areas for first responders to sleep, shower and cook during activations.
The facility would further serve a dual role and be used as a training facility and meeting location when not in use for emergency operations. Additional bays attached to the EOC would allow the county boats and a mobile command vehicle to be secured and stored undercover. The bays would also provide storage for bulk items needed in a disaster response such as sandbags, traffic control devices and additional rescue equipment.
Included in this scope is also to provide the Information Technology Department (IT) a new datacenter and a network operations center (NOC). This will be an upgraded 900 square foot datacenter taking the place of the current center housed in the Pate Building. Moving servers and networking hardware from its current location will establish a more secure facility, removes flood zone concerns, and allows for a reduced threat of breakdown in business and communications continuity during an emergency.
If collections surpass the $130 million mark, the Tier 2 allocations are only to the County, City of Brunswick and Joint Water and Sewer. There are no Tier 2 projects for EDA, JIA, or the Airport Commission.
Question: Can you explain your process for determining the current cost estimates for your project lists? Have you already secured bids or quotes? In the past, actual costs for SPLOST projects have far exceeded the initial estimates (e.g., Veterans Memorial Park, new county Animal Services building).
Answer:Gude Management Group is the project management firm hired by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners as a consultant in the SPLOST preparation process. Gude is also the agency of record for the ESPLOST with the Glynn County Board of Education. The BOE has worked with Gude on its ESPLOST initiatives for the last few referendums. The Board of Commissioners saw the experience and success Gude has had in Glynn County as an asset to help plan for the proposed SPLOST referendum.
Part of the scope of work our consultants, GUDE, were charged with was determining each project cost estimate. Considering the current status of supply chain issues and cost increases/decreases with labor and materials, an inflation escalator was built into each project estimate. Project management was evaluated when scoping the estimates for a complete budget figure to present to the public.
Yes, SPLOST is intended to fund capital outlay projects, which can include software. A Capital Outlay project must be a major, permanent, or long-lived improvement or betterment that would be properly chargeable to a capital asset account, as distinguished from current expenditures and ordinary maintenance expenses. Software can be a major and/or long-lived betterment that can be charged to a capital asset account, which would qualify it as an eligible capital outlay project
Projects will be managed in various ways, both by hiring outside project management on large/complex projects as well as internal county management on smaller projects. Timing of projects will be contingent upon several things, such as supply and contractor availability, available funds, permitting, etc. The County is committed to moving through these projects as the funding becomes available. We are also looking to bond some of the larger projects to ensure we can obtain today’s pricing and be able to get the projects out for bid without having to wait for full funding. SPLOST is a monthly revenue and will be collected over 6 years. There will be some Tier 1 projects that will be started in the coming years once funding is received. Not all SPLOST projects begin on day one. All Tier 1 projects will be fully funded prior to any Tier 2 projects being considered. As mentioned in briefings, Glynn County will hold quarterly status updates on all SPLOST projects that will be open to the public for transparency.
Project timelines will be communicated throughout the SPLOST with the public through our website, reporting and information provided by the Project Manager. Estimated timelines will vary depending on scope of project as well as the complexity.
Question: Though Georgia State law does allow the use of the SPLOST process to purchase capital equipment such as fire trucks, etc.... Why are we doing it this way? Why aren't these items part of the annual Capital Projects? Does this mean if the referendum is defeated, that these pieces of equipment will not be purchased?
Answer: These items are generally purchased using our property taxes, but the state allows these items to be purchased through SPLOST. We do not collect enough through our property taxes to take care of all the equipment needs public safety has, as these purchases must be balanced with other needs throughout the County as well as operations. A fire truck can cost around $1M, and we collect approximately $2.4M annually from capital project millage, which must be split between all capital project needs, including drainage, public safety equipment, parks & recreation improvements, road and bridge improvements, and other capital needs.
Question: Where is the annual forecast for this revenue and who developed it? The total amount for Tier 1 & 2 is almost $170 million dollars over 6 years. However, the amount of revenue forecasted with the LOST, which is also a 1% tax for the past 6 years, has only been some $93 million dollars.
Answer: The revenue collections were estimated by our Chief Financial Officer, in conjunction with two economists at the College of Coastal Georgia, as well as input from Gude, our outside SPLOST consultants. The range of tax collected estimated was between $1.85M to $ 2.4M. Glynn County used the low end of the monthly estimate to establish the Tier 1 amount: $133M and the high end to determine the Tier 2 amount: $170M. The Tier 1 amount represents the projects the County (and all partners) must fund and complete. Tier 2 projects will only begin if SPLOST revenue collects more that the Tier 1 amount.
By comparison, LOST collections for the County and City over the last 6 years have totaled $151M. The State of Georgia started implementing a sales tax on all internet purchases, which has increased collections monthly. In FY22, we collected $32M between the County & the City. Assuming no growth at all if everything stayed flat, we would collect $192M over six years, so it is clear the six-year SPLOST estimates are conservative, in case of an economic turndown in the economy.
Also, by comparison, E-SPLOST has collected $32.4 million in FY21/22 with an average of $2.7 million collected per month. In July 2022, E-SPLOST collected $3.2 million.
Tier 1 projects will be completed first. The order of priority will be based on funding, scope of work and timelines for each project. All Tier 1 projects will be fully funded and obligated before any Tier 2 projects can be considered. If collections of SPLOST surpass the projected 133 million, then Tier 2 projects will be reviewed and planned out.