Biddle Street Sidewalk Project
- Harry Sampson: Water and Sewer, Noise Complaints
- Elaine Shepard: Docks, Historic, Ethics, Newsletter
- Bill Miners: Finance, Charter
- Frank Vari: Public Safety/Relations, Parks & Recreation, Planning & Zoning
- Bert Wells: Public Works and Tourism
- Vice Mayor: Bert Wells
TOWN HALL 10
Every Saturday from 10 - 4
April thru October
Ten Local artists specializing in a variety of mediums and styles will be participating. Artworks will be showcased and Artists will be in Town Hall to answer questions, demonstrate and take sales. Glass artist, Victoria Buckland; photographer, Dick Legates; lettering artist, Patti Paulus and painters, Geraldine McKeown, Donna Winterling, Abigail McBride, Carla Miners, Zing Nafzinger, Nan Furness and Leyla Diker.
Town Hall 108 Bohemia Avenue, Chesapeake City 21915
Any Questions Call Donna Winterling 301-717-2058 or visit chesapeakecityarts.com
Go to the Mayor's Corner to read our April 2013 Quarterly Newsletter
One "Cache" at a Time!
Go to the link below for information on MML's (Marylands Municiple League) Geocache. The first 200 participants who find and record at least 20 geocaches will receive a commemorative trackable geocoin.
Chesapeake City Revitalization Program
(You may print out the Power Point from the ATTACHMENT list below)
Trail Bike & Walking Plan
Economic Impact Plan
The Town would love suggestions and ideas about our Revitalization Plan. We NEED community involvement and volunteers on our committees! Please join us and be apart of this exciting adventure!
Outstanding Small Government Leadership Award
Town of Chesapeake City Named Winner of Maryland Recycling Network's 2012 Outstanding Small Government Leadership Award.
Congratulations to all who participate!
check out the link:
Waste Water Treatment / Sewer Emergency
Miller Environmental Inc services our Waste Water Treatment Plants
If you have any type of Sewer Emergency Please call 443.206.3183
This card (available at Town Hall) brought to you by the Town of Chesapeake City in collaboration with the National League of Cities. This is NOT an insurance card but a DISCOUNT card. Many stores in our area welcome these cards which will entitle you to save an average of 15 - 20% off regular retail price of prescription drugs. One card is good for the entire family.
Landscape Beautification Program
The Town of Chesapeake City is initiating a landscape beautification program for our parks, docks, streets and sidewalks.
The major success of the program depends on support shown by local businesses and individuals, in the form of financial contributions to help defray the cost of maintaining these areas.
In recognition of your donations, a sign will be placed at the beautification site listing the contributor.
Please consider this great opportunity to support your Town, advertise your business and provide beautification at the same time.
If you or your business would be interested in supporting this program and improving the appearance of our town, please contact Town of Chesapeake City at 108 Bohemia Avenue Chesapeake City, MD 21915 or call Town Hall at 410-885-5298.
Protect our Kids!! Save Lives!!
Valerie Walls holding a campaign sign on April 12. Demonstration was organized by Councilman Dean Geracimos and supported by our town residents, surrounding communitees and local merchants. The goal is to lower the speed limit on Rte 213 throughout Chesapeake City to reduce accidents and prevent any more loss of life.
Photo submitted by Sharon Weygand
Would you like to let people know that you are a resident of the Town of Chesapeake City?
Do you like the Town Logo?
For $5.00 you can support the Town by purchasing a sew-on embroidered Town logo patch. Patches are available at Town Hall.
Attention all Residents of Chesapeake City
7:00 am to 11:00 am
This is for METAL ONLY.
Second Saturday of every Month
North Side at the Water Tower
Fourth Saturday of every Month
South Side at the Water Tower at the West end of Third Street.
If you have any large metal objects that require pickup arrangements, please call Town Hall on the Friday before your recycle date.
Volunteers are also needed. For inquiries and questions, please call Frank Vari at 410-885-2161.
Photo courtesy of Dick LeGates