Jekyll Island is one of the most unique public assets; being wholly owned by the State of Georgia yet having limited commercial and residential development intended to allow access while not harming the natural environment. A Master Plan is a critical tool in managing this balance, and the Jekyll Island Authority (JIA) has selected the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, a Unit of Public Service and Outreach at the University of Georgia, to assist in updating the island’s master plan.
2014 Jekyll Island Master Plan
Adopted December 16, 2013
Public Meeting to Review the Plan
6:00 p.m. October 22, 2013 Jekyll Island Convention Center