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

The membership meeting will be held on the outside lawn area of the Baja Restaurant. Face coverings and social distancing rules will be strictly upheld. City staff members have been invited to address parking at Little Island Park and road repaving issues.

Monday, August 17, 7:00 pm

Sandbridge Sand Renourishment 2020
Sandbridge Sand Renourishment 2020

Sand Replenishment Update

Below is a summary of the beach nourishment project for Sandbridge Beach:

“The Sandbridge Beach Replenishment project is complete as of June 30, 2020. The project was constructed by Great Lakes Dredge & Dock (GLDD) of Oak Brook, Illinois. GLDD placed 1.7 million cubic yards of sand along the five-mile beach. GLDD completely demobilized from Sandbridge Beach on July 10.

Mobilization for the project began on March 21, 2020 and sand placement operations began on April 9. GLDD conducted sand placement operations from the southern limit of Little Island Park to the property boundary between Sandbridge Beach and Dam Neck Naval Base. The beach work area was conducted in 1,000-ft sections. The 1,000-ft work areas included a 500-ft
long pre-construction section and a 500-ft long construction work area. The 1,000-ft work area was closed to the public for safety reasons. GLDD averaged over 30,000 cubic yards/day of sand placement on the beach.

The contract was administered by the US Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District (USACE), in partnership with the City of Virginia Beach. GLDD was awarded the contract with a bid price of $20,300,000 all inclusive. The USACE Estimate for the project was $25,455,745. This is the fifth beach replenishment
project for Sandbridge Beach and is GLDD’s first contract to perform the beach replenishment in Sandbridge Beach.”

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments.

James D. White, P.E.
Coastal Section Project Manager
City of Virginia Beach Public Works

COVID-19 Info

City of Virginia Beach: emergency.vbgov.com/coronavirus

Virginia Dept. of Health: vdh.virginia.gov

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov

World Health Organization: who.int

VB City Links

Sea Level Rise Meetings

To find out more about Sea Level Wise – http://www.vbgov.com/pwslr

Please email questions and comments to: SLR-comments@vbgov.com

Upcoming Sandbridge Events

Sandbridge Beach Community News

Next Member Meeting

 August 17, 2020, 7:00 pm

You are welcome to come early at 6:45 pm and enjoy refreshments with your Sandbridge neighbors.