Welcome to the City of St. Marys, Georgia Municipal Website. Here you will find information pertaining to all aspects of the government and services for the City of St. Marys.
Meetings and Events
Thu, December 12A Frosty Wonderland (4pm; Camden County Public Library
Thu, December 12Joint Land Use Study Presentation (5:30 p.m.; City Council Chambers)
Fri, December 13City Court (9am; City Hall Council Chambers)
|Water/Sewer/Trash Utility Payments
(A fee of $1.25 will be charged by a third party administrator)
|Traffic Tickets/Court Payments|
|Code Red Emergency Notification|
|Virtual Town Hall Meeting|
- Bid Opportunies
- St. Marys 2013 Property Taxes Due December 18th
- Joint Land Use Study Presentation-Camden/Kings Bay
- ICMA Consolidation Assessment of Police Services
Welcome to the on-line portal of St. Marys, Georgia. We’re a small, but growing coastal community between Savannah, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida on the Atlantic Coast. We enjoy a comfortable way of life and have a diverse community coming from all over the US and overseas.
We still have 4th of July and Christmas parades. St. Marys also celebrates Mardi Gras; the Fourth of July festival with fireworks; as well as “The Rock Shrimp” festival, honoring a local cuisine and is home to the “Sand Gnat BBQ Challenge.” St. Marys is also home to one of the 1812 Binational Heritage Peace Gardens which make up the Binational Heritage Peace Garden Trail: a special initiative to commemorate the Bicentennial of the War of 1812. We have a youth sports program that allows for participation at any level. In the fall season, Friday night is home to Wildcat football when Camden County High School plays at Chris Gilman Stadium, having won Georgia State Championships in 2003, 2008, and 2009. St. Marys has several golf courses nearby with scenic saltwater marsh views, and inquisitive wildlife. Whether a beginner or a seasoned pro, you can enjoy 18 holes of beautiful landscape and abundant vistas.
Whether for the winter or all year, St. Marys offers a lifestyle and atmosphere of small town coastal living, but with big city amenities only a few miles away. It is this small town lifestyle that makes it difficult not to be involved. I urge you to take part in making good things happen with groups of friends and neighbors. We have opportunities for involvement for everyone, whether you are interested in being a part of a single event, or an ongoing committee. You can plant trees in the parkways, volunteer to coordinate a festival, and/or join the music ministry at a local church. Whatever you like to do, you’ll enjoy a great, relaxed way of life.
Welcome to St. Marys!