Village of Tiki Island
The Village of Tiki Island, incorporated in 1982, is a small island community just north of the Intracoastal Waterway and Galveston Island. Tiki Island sits on less than one square mile of land and is made up of mostly canal homes and bay front homes. The Village of Tiki Island is a Type A General Law Municipality with the aldermanic form of government. The governing body is known as "the board of aldermen" and includes six members (a mayor and five alderman), all of whom are elected at-large.
If boating, fishing and bird-watching are on part of your lifestyle, Tiki Island is the place for you!