News Release, Town of Chesapeake Beach

The Town of Chesapeake Beach seeks proposals for Public Boat Ramp Repairs:eMaryland Marketplace Bid#MDTCB31045485–a Mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on June 27th at 1:00 pm at Town Hall. Sealed proposals are due to Town Hall 8200 Bayside Rd. Chesapeake Beach MD by July 2nd at 9:30 am.

The Town of Chesapeake Beach seeks proposals for Water Reclamation Treatment Plant Sludge Removal:eMaryland Marketplace Bid #MDTCB31045484–a Mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on Tuesday June 25th at 10:00 am at the 8550 Bayside Rd. Chesapeake Beach, MD. Sealed proposals are due to Town Hall by 8200 Bayside Rd. Chesapeake Beach, MD by July 2nd at 9:30 am.

Bulk Trash collection will take place on the third Thursday of every month for the entire Town.Please contact Town Hall (410-257-2230) to schedule your pickup no later than the Friday afternoon prior to collection.July 18th is the next bulk trash collection date. For more information,click here.

B Street Sewer Line Relocation CAD and PDF Plans –to view the plans,click here.

Chesapeake Beach 2019 Annual Drinking Water Quality Reportis now available. To view a printable copy,click here.

The Town of Chesapeake Beach still has vacancies on the Board of Appeals and the Planning & Zoning Commission that need to be filled.If anyone is interested please send your resume to the Town Clerk, Sharon Humm, viaemailor mail to Town of Chesapeake Beach, PO Box 400, Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732

The Calvert County Department of Public Safety is hosting free monthly training sessions to better prepare citizens of all ages for emergencies.Training focuses on active shooter, performing CPR and assisting injured persons prior to professional help arriving. For more information,click here.

CANCELLED CRUISE UPDATE–The June 15th Moonlight Cruise with Dr. Ralph Eshelman that was cancelled due to high winds has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 3rd at 7 PM. For more information on 2019 cruises and to purchase tickets,click here.

July 3 – Chesapeake Beach Fireworks Extravaganza at dusk over the Bay.Rain date July 5th. Kellam’s Field will be open at 4 PM for Fireworks viewing. Bring a blanket and a picnic for a great family outing! Glass containers and alcohol strictly prohibited.

Traffic Plan for Twin Beaches on the night of Fireworks:The traffic plan is set up to eliminate all left hand turns on a portion of Route 261 going through the Twin Beaches, eliminating the need to stop traffic randomly and enabling traffic to flow with minimal stopping. The centerline of Route 261 will be blocked with delineation devices that will prohibit vehicles from making U-turns. Traffic north of Route 260 along Route 261 on the east side of Route 261 must make right turns and exit left on 5th Street to Boyd’s Turn Road to Route 260. Traffic on the west side of Route 261 must make a right turn and exit on 27th Street to G Street to Route 260. Traffic south of Route 260 along Route 261 on the east side of Route 261 must make a right turn and must turn left onto Route 260. Traffic on the west side of Route 261 must turn right and continue along Route 261 to Summer City Blvd or continue south to Ponds Wood Road and proceed to Maryland Route 4. The above Traffic Plan will be instituted around the time of the start of Fireworks.

For a printable copy of an event flyer (including theTraffic Plan for Twin Beaches on the night of Fireworks),click here.

July 4thand 5th– Town Hall will be closed in observance of Independence Day

July 8 – CANCELLED – Town Council Informational Work Session in Town Hall Chambers at 6 PM.

July 10 – Planning & Zoning Meeting in Town Hall Chambers at 7 PM

July 15 at 7 PM – Walkable Community Meeting in Town Hall

July 17 from 6:30pm – 9:30pm. A Splash Free Celebration.Join us in celebration of our 25th season at the Chesapeake Beach Water Park. Live music by John Luskey. Southern MD sunset, appetizers, adult beverages. For an event flyer,click here.

July 18 at 7 PM -Town Council Meeting in Town Hall Chambers

July 19 from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. We are offering the second of three cruise dates for Summer 2019.The cost is $32 per person. Children are welcome; there are no age limits, but these cruises are more suited for adults. Guests can bring small coolers with adult beverages, drinks and snacks. All cruises leave from the Rod ‘N’ Reel Dock located at 4165 Mears Avenue, Chesapeake Beach MD 20732. For an event flyer,click here. To view a flyer that provides an overview of all three cruises,click here. To purchase tickets,click here.

Chesapeake BeachWater Park News– H20 Biking Co. and the Chesapeake Beach Water Park are teaming up this summer to offer Aquatic fitness that utilizes HYDRORIDER Professional Aquabikes and Water

Aerobics for a great low and high impact cardio workout. Offered in 4 Sessions throughout the summer, this 45 min cycling class is the perfect addition to your summer routine! This class will take place at the same time as our Swim Lesson program (Monday, Tuesday, Friday 9:45am-10:30am) making it perfect for parents who have children in Swim Lessons and anyone who is looking to get a good morning workout in! For more information and to reserve your seat now,click here. For more information on the Chesapeake Beach Water Park,click here.

September 14 from 12 pm – 5pm. Taste the Beaches @ Kellam’s Field. Reserve your vendor space today!The third annual Taste the Beaches event, attracting an estimated 2,000 attendees annually, is an outdoor festival with a community block party vibe; showcasing local businesses, restaurants, venues and attractions available in the Towns of Chesapeake Beach and North Beach. Event sponsored by the Town of Chesapeake Beach and the Town of North Beach.All vendors are welcomewith priority given to food vendors in the Twin Beaches of Chesapeake Beach and North Beach. Apply by emailingtaste@chesapeakebeachmd.govorClick Hereto access the online form and enter code TTB2019 for a 20% discount for applications submitted by July 1, 2019.

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