As of now, the city is offering $15 million to the federal government to replenish the Sandbridge beaches, but the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has said its agreement with the city doesn’t allow it to accept the city’s money.
Locals and visitors to the Baja Restaurant on Saturday night got a fun surprise. Owner Jim Reeve had purchased Chinese Sky Lanterns for the 4th of July. But, weather did not permit setting them off at that time so this past Saturday the 9th, locals and visitors alike lit up the sky with beautiful Chinese Sky Lanterns.
Richmond Eco-Travel Examiner writer Heather McDonough named Sandbridge as a “Green Beach Trip” that residents of North Carolina, Maryland and Virginia should take. Many of the amenities in Sandbridge as […]
As everyone is gearing up for the Fourth of July, SandbridgeLife.com just wanted to remind you of the annual Sandbridge community boat parade. The parade will begin around 6pm and start at Mill Pond. Year after year, this event has been a success with increased attendance and unbelievable enthusiasm.
On June 14th, Sandbridge was featured on the Endurance Sports Florida website as a Stand-Up Paddleboarding Hot Spot. Local SUP enthusiasts and Sandbridge locals, Bill and Anne Gassett, are featured in the […]
Sandbridge Beach Civic League will be meeting this Saturday(19th) for our February meeting. Meeting will be held at Sandbridge Community Chapel, 10:30am. Look for updates on the beach nourishment program […]