TRAFFIC IMPACT ANNOUNCEMENT – ATTENTION ALL COMMUNITY RESIDENTS

Beginning on July 24th and running through July 28th, State Highway Administration will be completing permanent repairs to the water main break. Please expect traffic delays in the vicinity of the Fishing Creek Bridge due to the high volume of construction planned for that time period.  We ask that you please use an alternate route if possible.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  Thank you for your patience as the project moves forward.

 

Barn Quilt Square Designs Wanted

The Town of Chesapeake Beach has planned to participate in the Calvert County Barn Quilt Square program. This unique effort, a collaboration with the Arts Council of Calvert County (ACCC), installs an 8’x8’ or smaller plywood “quilt square”, fabricated and placed on certain structures throughout the county. The art, aimed at economic development also becomes another source of community pride. As such, We are in search of designs for consideration as our official TOCB Barn Quilt Square. The actual plywood square will be built by the ACCC and anyone can submit a design.  We are looking for designs that express our Town bayside style and atmosphere.  For more information, contact Councilman Greg Morris via email or 301-873-4036 or  click here .

New Utility Bill Online Bill Pay Site

We are excited to announce our new utility bill payment site. We invite you to take a look by following this link; https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/chesapeakebeachmd or click on the water spigot here or on the homepage of our Town’s website . The site has easy to follow instructions to register your account; you are also able to store payment info for future use. If you would prefer to just simply pay the bill without registering, click on the “Quick Pay” section.

Thank you for your patience during our Utility Billing Department changes.

Webmaster Note

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