The curfew for all of Glynn County, including Jekyll Island will be lifted along with the local state of emergency as of 6 p.m. Friday. 

Additionally all water and sewer service are now active for Brunswick and St. Simons Island, according to a release from Glynn County. 

Blythe Island Regional Park will remain closed until further notice. 

Jekyll Island's water and sewer system has returned to normal operations and the boil water advisory has been lifted except for the area within the boundaries of King, Lanier, the north side of Capt. Wylly and west of Beachview Drive. The Quality Inn is not included. 

The curfew has been lifted on Jekyll Island, but the Georgia State Patrol and other law enforcement agencies will maintain an increased presence, a release from the Jekyll Island Authority said. 

Otherwise on Jekyll Island, things are starting to get back to normal with many businesses open. For a list of open and closed businesses on the island, go online to JekyllIsland.com/irma.