Town of Chesapeake City MD
Today, Chesapeake City is the only town in Maryland that is situated on a working commercial canal. Most of its interesting 19th-century architecture remains intact, and the area that encompasses it on the south bank has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. At the city dock, pleasure boaters find a tranquil harbor off the busy Inter-Coastal Waterway, of which the canal is a major element. From the basin, visitors can walk easily into town or tour the Canal Museum, where the story of the canal is told and the massive waterwheel and steam engines that filled the locks stand in mute testimony. Outside is a replica of the lighthouses that lined the canal in days gone by.
Chesapeake City now is a destination widely known for its unique inland view of ocean-going vessels, for the proudly preserved and displayed reminders of its history, and for its friendly hospitality. Travelers discover fine dining, picturesque stores, outdoor concerts, seasonal events, and outstanding bed & breakfasts. From its origin as a rough and rowdy boom town, through an era of dispiriting depression, Chesapeake City has emerged as a charming and interesting place with a warm welcome for its visitors.
To vote on property projects and changes to the comprehensive development ordinance.read more
MPK Servives will take over our Waste Removal Service next week. They will be delivering a new trash can to you either tomorrow or Friday. Residents are responsible for their own recycling and yard waste containers. Recycling stickers are available at Town Hall. The...read more
The Town of Chesapeake City is pleased to provide this Annual Water Quality Report for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2018. This report is intended to provide you with important information about your drinking water and the efforts made by the water system to...read more
Town of Chesapeake City Elections (3 Open Seats) Frank Vari - 111 Votes Ed O'Hara - 99 Votes Randy McLennan - 87 Votes Carolyn Blevins - 79 Votesread more
Please join Cecil County Executive Alan McCarthy at Town Hall in Chesapeake City for a 45-minute Question and Answer Session on Monday, July 8, 2019, at 5:30 pm. County Executive Alan McCarthy will be holding 45-minute Q&A sessions to discuss current issues prior...read more