2020 Meeting Agendas
January 2020 Agenda
February 2020 Agenda
April 2020 Agenda
July 2020 Agenda
August 2020 Agenda
Approved 2020 Minutes
Work Session Meeting
Work Session Meeting
FREE Curbside Recycling is just a call away
Regular Curbside Pick up
Just give your name and address to setup service. Waste Management expects to deliver recycling bins two weeks before July 1st. Pickup will be every two weeks, and information on what can be recycled will be included with the recycling bins. For more information about recycling visit our website by clicking below.
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WM services has provided a large drop off container for our recyclables. No sorting is necessary SO no items in plastic bags, just drive on up and drop it in. You will need to take a trip to the County Landfill and a map is provided below. Doing this during 800AM-400PM CLOSED on SUNDAY. Look for the “recycle here” signs!
Some areas of the County collect with volunteers and make weekly trips. We can all help by bringing recyclable materials when we can. Discuss this your friends and neighbors, we can all help with a group effort!
Regular home waste for McIntosh County is offered by Waste Management
To sign up for services
McIntosh County Landfill
Address: 3393 Churchill Rd, Townsend, GA 31331
Phone: (912) 832-6155
Welcome to our wonderful Community.
If you love being near water, a mild climate, history, nature, panoramic views and clean air, with great access to shopping and services, you'll love what McIntosh County has to offer.
McIntosh County is located halfway between Savannah, Georgia, to the north, and Jacksonville, Florida, to the South. It's a great place for tourists, whether just for the day, or much longer. Go on a boat tour, deep sea fishing, or fish right off our beautiful docks; swim in the ocean surrounding pristine islands with maritime forests; go bird and nature watching, or biking along miles of trails. Take photographs of the sun setting right down on the water.
See amazing historic sites like Fort King George (complete with reenactments), the Butler Plantation and rice fields, old churches, cemeteries and monuments. Immerse yourself in a world where flowers bloom in every season, where butterflies and birds abound, and clear, blue skies form the backdrop for ancient evergreen oaks festooned with exotic, hanging moss.
Close to our scenic locale, you'll also find world-class shopping, theaters, and restaurants. There's something new to see and do all the time.
Visit us at certain times of the year, and you'll be treated to vibrant festivals held along the City of Darien's Waterfront Park and along the streets of it's newly revitalized downtown area. In spring, Darien draws thousands of visitors to the "Blessing of the Fleet," a festival to honor the fishermen of the shrimping industry that dominates our economy. The Fourth of July celebration draws large crowds for fun, music, entertainment and fireworks. In November, the Darien Fall Fest features classic car shows, street vendors, helicopter and boat tours, fun for the kids, and musical entertainment.