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Historic Brunswick


Who We Are

The Historic Brunswick Neighborhood Planning Assembly represents the residents, property and business owners, churches and schools of neighborhoods south of Gloucester Street and Downtown Brunswick. We plan to work together as your neighborhood advocacy group to streamline communications between residents and Brunswick city government. We encourage everyone’s participation to help improve our city and your neighborhoods. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative neighbors who would like to join us in working towards building a stronger community.

Brunswick PorchFest

November 12th, 2023

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2023 Meetings

  • March 21
  • May 16
  • July 18
  • Sept. 19 (Postponed)
    • The Historic Brunswick Neighborhood Planning Assembly meeting slated for Tuesday, Sept. 19, has been postponed to give NPA members the opportunity to attend the Emory University Brunswick/Glynn Exposure Study meeting.

      Emory University recently completed a pilot study looking for the presence of mercury, PCBs, Toxaphene (an insecticide manufactured at what is now Pinova) and other toxins in the blood of area residents.

      The study author will give a public presentation on the findings at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, at Howard Coffin Park (1402 Sonny Miller Way, Brunswick, GA 31520). The public is invited and encouraged to attend.

      We will send out more information once we have confirmed the date for our make-up NPA meeting.

  • Oct. 24
  • November date to be determined

Historic Brunswick NPA Meetings take place at First Presbyterian Church, 1105 Union Street (at the intersection of George Street) unless otherwise specifically noted.

Important Info

Resources & Links

All the links below are great resources for our neighborhood, whether you are looking for details on obtaining a building permit or just looking for a great place to grab a bite to eat on a Saturday evening.

Brunswick Downtown Development
City of Brunswick
Golden Isles CVB
Glynn County Government
  • Police Non-Emergency Number:


  • Glynn County Animal Control Direct Number:

    912-554-7501 (Tuesdays – Saturdays, 11am – 4pm), call police after hours

  • Code Enforcement Dispatch:


Upcoming Events

NPA Meeting
6 p.m. May 16, 2023
First Presbyterian Church

Please send your upcoming events to