Donations & Other Good News!

Since we are at 73% of our fundraising goal of $250,000+, we’d like to send out a huge Thank You to our donors. We will list with donor names in the near future with your approval. If you’ve already donated, please know how grateful we are for your generosity. If not, please consider making a donation now to help restore…

Join us on the Beach with FL Senator Hutson!

Please join us on Friday, April 6th, with our State Senator Travis Hutson who wants to see the destruction of our beach with his own eyes.  We will meet from 9-9:45am at a beach location to be determined.  Please email us back if you can join us.  We will confirm our meeting location with all attendees shortly. We’re very pleased that Senator Hutson is committed…

TDC Victory! Thank You PVIC and Sawgrass Marriott

We are excited to let you know that the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council (TDC) overwhelmingly voted today to support raising the bed tax from 4% to 5%!  The money would be deployed toward restoring the beach.  The vote was 7 for the increase and only 2 against it. This is a great sign of support as the vote will…

Save PVB Creates New Facebook Page

Save Ponte Vedra Beach Inc. has created a new Facebook page (@SavePonteVedraBeach) to help build more visibility and momentum around it’s mission: “Our beach is the Community’s most precious natural asset. Mother Nature has been playing havoc with the Coastline, washing away years of built up dunes and sand. The Save Ponte Vedra Beach Group…

Our Mission

Our beach is the community’s most precious natural asset. Mother Nature has been playing havoc with the coastline, washing away years of built up dunes and sand. Save Ponte Vedra Beach Inc. is a non-profit association committed to restoring and preserving our natural resources. This is our mission – and we need your help to…

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Save Ponte Vedra Beach Association hired coastal engineering firm Olsen Associates to do an initial assessment. Engineering specialist Erik Olsen answers critical questions: What will happen if we do nothing? The entire coast would eventually be sea-walled and the beaches would disappear—even at low tide. Ponte Vedra would lose its recreational beach. It would be…