By: David M. Higgins II, Publisher/Staff Writer

Parking Improvements

Parking space striping will begin this week on Chesapeake Avenue and on numbered streets from Chesapeake Avenue to Bay Avenue. The striping will identify the maximum number of available parking spaces in these areas and will also help to fit as many cars as possible for off-street parking. Work should be completed in one week, dependent upon the weather.

Stormwater Pump Station Upgrades

The Stormwater and Flood Mitigation Advisory Committee is diligently working on designs for upgrading the existing stormwater pump stations. The anticipated designs will be complete and work will commence in the coming months. Upgrading these pump stations will improve areas that currently experience stormwater and coastal flooding problems.


The Town currently has several RFP’s out to bid. Town RFP’s are posted on eMaryland Marketplace Advantage, in print, and on our website. To view all of the Town’s RFP’s please click here. 

Chesapeake Beach will begin flushing on Monday, March 2nd:

  • Richfield Station’s flushing will be Monday and Tuesday the 2nd & 3rd
  • Bayview Hill’s flushing will be Tuesday and Wednesday the 3rd and 4th
  • Chesapeake Village’s flushing will be Thursday the 5th
  • Southside of town’s flushing will be Monday and Tuesday the 9th and 10th
  • Northside of town’s flushing will be Wednesday and Thursday the 11th and 12

Please be aware these days and dates may change due to extenuating circumstances. 


Collapsing cliffs are an ongoing increasing danger to the public.  Fencing is now in place at Bayfront Park serving as a barrier to citizens from accessing dangerous areas of the cliffs. Please take this barrier seriously and refrain from crossing it. Crossing this barrier is considering Trespassing and a municipal infraction. 

To hear more about these dangers please view Alfred Jeffrey’s, Deputy Director of Calvert County Public Safety, presentation during the February 20, 2020, Town Council meeting by clicking here. 

David M. Higgins II, Publisher/Editor

David M. Higgins was born in Baltimore and grew up in Southern Maryland. He has had a passion for journalism since high school. After spending many years in the Hospitality Industry he began working in...