Welcome to Sandbridge Beach

A recreational wonderland, Sandbridge is intimately linked to its natural environment with Back Bay, Little Island Park, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and False Cape Park offering truly unique and unspoiled adventure. With miles of clean sandy beaches, refreshing ocean air, and pristine blue waters, Sandbridge is the perfect destination to call home. It is ideal for a beach vacation, offering a place to relax and unwind. Our ocean and shorelines provide beaches for swimming, beach combing, and sunbathing…and a variety of water sports and boating activities. Fish off our pier, charter a vessel off the beach, surf in miles of uncrowded beach breaks. Sandbridge offers its residents a small town atmosphere, a slow relaxed lifestyle, with low density of development and large open spaces. Sandbridge is filled with everything anyone needs to enjoy a wonderful vacation or an idyllic residential living. … Either way, enjoy our piece of paradise!

Andrew Roper, President

Upcoming Civic League Meetings

Sandbridge Community Center
(Across from the Chapel)

Monday, March 18, 7:00 pm
Monday, April 15, 7:00 pm
Saturday, May 18, 10:30 am

Short Term Rental Update

After more than 3 years, short-term rental regulations approved in Virginia Beach

“Finally,” supporters say of the decision.

By: Brett Hall

WAVY news covers the story

Sandbridge Beach Civic League Scholarship

Attention High School Seniors!

The Sandbridge Beach Civic League gives up to three scholarships annually to deserving graduating high school seniors. There is a $2,500, $1,500 and $1,000 award. The student must be attending a college, university, technical or trade school full-time within the following year. The applicant’s family must be members of SBCL and full-time residents of Sandbridge.

The student will need to supply the official application from this website (academic resume may be included also), official school transcript, two letters of reference ( one from a teacher or counselor and one from a neighbor or other Sandbridge resident) and an essay of 400-600 words titled “What Sandbridge Means To Me.”

The applicants will be judged on academic achievement, academic rigor, leadership, involvement, community service and their understanding of and relationship to Sandbridge.

The full application packet must be delivered to Mike Maloney at 304 Teal Crescent in Sandbridge by 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1. For questions, please call Mike at 286-0153.

Sandbridge Beach News

COMMUNITY NEWS

Upcoming Events

 SBCL Membership Meeting
on  Monday, March 18 at 7:00 pm
at the Sandbridge Community Center across from the Chapel.