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
Wed, July 29Oak Grove Cemetery Authority Meeting (2pm; City Hall Council Chambers)
Wed, August 5DASM Meeting (5:00p.m.: Main Street Office)
Fri, August 7Municipal Court (9am; City Hall Council Chambers)
City's Visioning PlanClick here for more information about the Main Street/Downtown Visioning Plan.
Online ServicesIf you are looking for the online services links that were previously here, they have been moved to the left side column of this webpage. They are listed a few sections below the "Meetings and Events".
- Georgia Municipal Cemetery Assoc. Annual Meeting
- 2014 Water Quality Report
- UPDATE: Railroad Crossing on Dilworth St. to Reopen July 28th at 5pm
- 2015 PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION
2015 State of the City (Speech)
St. Marys is a City with a storied history, hallowed traditions and a natural beauty that is blended together to create an environment that charms the visitor and makes them want to stay and linger awhile.
Our march through history starts with the Timucua Indian tribes who inhabited the region. They were supplanted by the English, French and Spanish explorers and their settlements. The Spanish missions established along our coastline grew and then dissolved as the English gained administrative control of the land and the sea surrounding our town.
The growth of the country and our City saw the American Revolution settle our borders with Florida. The War of 1812 witnessed its final battle along our shores and the City was burned by Yankee sailors during the Civil War. Fishing and shrimping fleets were joined by the forestry industry as we entered the 20th Century. Today we work in harmony with our new neighbors at Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base and look toward exciting prospects for growth in the 21st Century.
Our citizens and visitors relish our small town atmosphere that focuses on family with multiple festivals like Mardi Gras, the Fourth of July, the Rock Shrimp Festival and finally the White Lighting at Christmas. With miles of pristine riverfront and marshland we offer an unfettered connection to our environment for all to enjoy.
We welcome you all to come and enjoy our special place on earth that we call the City of St. Marys and invite you to linger and stay awhile.
~Mayor John F. Morrissey