News coverage of tragic events is upsetting to both adults and children. Kids can worry that something similar could happen to them or their loved ones. It can also make them fear parts of daily life that they never worried about before. Talk to kids about what they see in the news, social media, or online. To learn how to discuss the news with kids, click here .
Residents, please sign up for the Calvert County alert portal to receive important messages specific to our area. An example alert from earlier today appears below. To sign up, click here .
BGE SCAM. Bradley Jenkins at 844-323-3396 is a scam. Please do not give info to the subject. Contact BGE directly at 1-800-685-0123.
Last year the Town participated in the Wyland National Mayors Challenge for Water Conservation saving up to 30,000 gallons of water. We are asking residents to take the pledge today to conserve water, energy and other natural resources on behalf of the Town of Chesapeake Beach! For more information or to take the challenge as part of the Chesapeake Beach effort, click the icon…
Cold Weather and Frozen Pipes – If you experience an emergency that involves town water please call Town Hall at 410-257-2230. If it is after hours, please follow the prompts as instructed for an emergency situation.
Thank you & keep warm! For helpful information on preventing frozen and bursting water pipes, click here .
The Southern Maryland Minority Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in partnership with Last Mile Broadband of Maryland LLC, was awarded a Rural Maryland Council (RMC) grant, to conduct broadband demand surveys and high-level broadband network designs in Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s Counties. Last Mile Broadband of Maryland LLC is the Lead on this project. The Town of Chesapeake Beach was a Supporter of the RMC Grant. The intent is to use the results of the surveys and engineering efforts to identify a town, city, area and/or development that would serve as a pilot project; in our efforts to bring affordable broadband services to rural communities. The survey and engineering results would also serve as the catalyst for applying for the 2018 USDA broadband funding cycles. We intend to begin the surveys in February 2018 and enlist your assistance in identifying areas in the Southern Maryland counties of Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s that can not only benefit from the providing of affordable broadband services; but also fit the criteria that will assist us with obtaining the public and/or private funding required to make bringing broadband services to rural communities a reality.
The Town of North Beach was awarded funding from the Department of Energy to encourage our residents to go electric by installing an electric charging station for the public. This electric charging station is a dual station that allows two vehicles to recharge at the same time. The station is now operational and is located on the town’s municipal parking lot near the corner of 7th Street and Chesapeake Avenue. The hourly rate for electric vehicle charging is $1.90/hr. To create a Chargepoint account or to download the app, click here .