Folly Beach Litter SWEEP Set for July 5th

folly beach litter sweep

On June 8th 2023 Toby joined the Global Environmental Awareness and the South Carolina Aquarium along with many Coastal Groups on a World Ocean SWEEP.  Folly Beach is registered as a Coastal Clean up Beach with the UN. 163 Volunteers came out and collected 10,468 pieces of debris: 4,115 was beach debris and 6,353 was […]

Folly Turtle Watchers Treated to Rare Daytime Nesting Event

folly turtle watch program

Last week, residents of Folly Beach were treated to an extraordinary sight as they witnessed a sea turtle nesting during the daytime, a rare occurrence. Sea turtles, such as loggerheads, greens, and leatherbacks, usually choose the safety of darkness to come ashore for nesting. By engaging in nocturnal behavior, they effectively evade predators and shield […]

World Oceans Day Beach Cleanup Set for June 8th

world ocean day beach cleanup

FOLLY BEACH IS REGISTERED WITH THE UNITED NATIONS!!To be one of the World wide Beaches cleaning our Beach on June 8th!!4-6pm Beachside at Tides HotelJoin Toby along with GEA and South Carolina Aquarium in collecting and recording debris and to become a part of a World Wide Event!!Sign up Now! About World Oceans DayWorld Ocean […]

Sea Turtle Conservation How Can You Help?

loggerhead turtle

The speaker at our Civic Club meeting on Tuesday, May 16, was Melissa Ranly, the manager of the Sea Turtle Care Center. The meeting starts at 7pm at the Folly Beach Community Center. It was a great session and you can watch below if you missed! Sea Turtle Do’s and Don’ts • Never disturb a […]

Folly Beach Civic Club Blood Drive is June 21st

blood drive

Our quarterly Folly Beach Civic Club Blood Drive will occur on Wednesday, June 21st, from 9am-2pm at Father Kelly Hall. Be a hero and save a life. You can sign up to donate by:* clicking on this link:… or,* going to and search using sponsor code FOLLY  

Message From the Mayor: May 2023

Message from the mayor

Welcome to May. The official start of Turtle Season once again. That means, lights out on front beach, help monitor holes on the beach that need to be filled in, all dogs must be off the beach between the hours of 10am until 6pm, and be on the lookout for those turtle tracks that signify […]

$27 Million for Folly Beach Renourishment

beach renourishment

The City is thrilled to share that the data and information provided to the Charleston District Army Corps of Engineers after both Hurricane Ian and Tropical Storm Nicole resulted in federal supplemental funding of $27 million for Folly Beach! Following the storms, the mayor hosted US Army Corps General Butch Graham, Senator Lindsey Graham, and […]