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  1. Wednesday a.m. update to services, assistance, trash!

    Please read this UPDATED article for important phone numbers, to give or ask for assistance, and for information about how to dispose of loads of trash. (Hint: Do NOT take it anywhere except the DPW transfer station on Polk Street!) Read on...
  2. Applying for FEMA Individual Assistance

    People in Chatham County affected by Hurricane Irma are eligible to receive 'Individual Assistance' from FEMA. Many thanks to Congressman Buddy Carter who helped make this happen. Individuals in Chatham County can register with FEMA the following ways... Read on...
  3. Irma Clean Up Assistance

    During the Irma crisis aftermath, if you need help, call: 1-800-451-1954. If you would like to volunteer, call: 912-651-7725
  4. Hurrican Irma, post-storm, Sept 14 5PM update

    37 homes remain without power. FEMA has not yet declared our area eligible for federal funds. Ultimately this is out of the City's hands. If you need clean-up or manual labor assistance , contact Sharon Shaver 472-5072 or sshaver@cityoftybee.org. Read on...
  5. Volunteer Support Coordination at City Hall

    If you wish to volunteer to help clean up, wash up, or do handiwork, call Sharon Shaver, 912.472.5072, or send email to sshaver@cityoftybee.org. If you need assistance, also contact her to schedule a volunteer team! Please click through to read this item! Read on...
  6. Hurrican Irma, post-storm, Sept 13 4PM update

    City Hall will open tomorrow at 8am. Transfer station at DPW will be open extended hours thru Fri, 7:30 - 5. All fees will be waived. Atlantic Waste will do island-wide pickup Thu & go back to regular schedule Fri. Read on...
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