Robin’s Bay is a small fishing village located in the parish of St Mary. Robin’s Bay offers one of the last pieces of undeveloped coastline in all of Jamaica. The area known as Robin’s Bay comprises of 20,000 acres of land spread over a 15-mile coastline. The area serves as an ideal hiking destination, as Robin’s Bay is still pretty much undiscovered, and features acres of untouched natural bushy terrain.
The roadway to Robin’s Bay required rehabilitative works to be conducted in an effort to improve the longevity of the road for a better commuting experience. The rehabilitative works include beautification in the form of de-bushing activities, desilting of the roadway and drains, road repairs with asphaltic concrete and installation of street furniture with street name sign.