News & Notices
The Town of Chesapeake City strives to keep all residents informed and up-to-date on all important matters impacting their lives here in our charming town. If there are announcements you feel are missing, please feel free to reach out to us at 410-885-5298 or contact us via our online form and mark the “I think an important announcement is missing from the website” box.
PLEASE EMPTY OUT ALL FOOD AND LIQUIDS
- Food and beverage cartons
- Mixed paper: catalogues, magazines, newspapers, junk mail and envelopes
- Food boxes, toilet paper, and FLATTENED cardboard boxes
- Aluminum cans and empty aerosol cans
- Plastic bottles, jugs, containers and bulky plastic items
- Glass bottles and jars
Items NOT accepted in single-stream recycling:
- NO plastic bags
- NO plastic food trays or cups
- NO styrofoam
- NO pizza or frozen food boxes
- NO napkins or paper towels
- NO ceramic
- NO construction debris
- NO yard waste
- NO hazardous waste
PLEASE DO NOT BAG YOUR RECYCLABLES
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey that Cecil County Transportation Services and the Town of Chesapeake City are conducting to determine if there is a need for transportation services to be offered in Chesapeake City.
It will only take a few minutes of your time and the resulting data could benefit several members of our community! Just click the link below. Thank you for your time!
The annual summer 5K Walk/Run is scheduled for June 30th. For more information, please visit our 5K Walk/Run page on this website.
We’ve already experienced a few snow events, extremely cold temperatures, and blistering winds this winter and we’re technically only about two weeks into the season. We urge you to be prepared and heed the advice of our local and state emergency management officials.
Please make sure your pantry is stocked (enough to get you through a few days), keep batteries on hand for things like flashlights in the event of a power outage, bring your pets inside, keep a stockpile of blankets handy (and some in your car too), keep your cell phones charged, and your vehicle’s gas tank full. And check your water pipes! We recommend wrapping them with foam or some other insulation as a precautionary measure. Also, don’t forget to check on your family, friends, and neighbors, especially if they’re older or infirm.
Should you need to get warm please feel free to stop by Town Hall during normal business hours – we’d be happy to share the heat, some coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. That said, we do not have a generator at Town Hall so in the event of a town-wide power outage stay safe and as warm as possible by being prepared. If the power outage is for an extended period of time we will provide updates on emergency shelters and services on our website and/or with a Code Red call (call us with your phone number & address if you’re not on our call list already). Please report power outages and downed wires directly to Delmarva Power at 1-800-898-8042 or through Delmarva Power’s mobile app.
Remember, never go near downed wires and always stay clear of working crews.
Congratulations to Newly Elect Mayor of Chesapeake City, Rich Taylor! We look forward to working with you!
Town of Chesapeake City is seeking a professional, personable, and capable individual to join our team who performs professional work enforcing Town codes and ordinances.
Position is contractual and is expected not to exceed 8 hours/week. Minimum qualifications include High School diploma or G.E.D equivalent; and three years of code enforcement experience involving public contact in a municipal setting; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Send cover letter and resume via email to email@example.com or mail to Town of Chesapeake City, 108 Bohemia Ave., Chesapeake City, MD 21915 by 4:00 p.m. on October 3, 2017. PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS. EOE.
Head to the “Employment/Bid Opportunities” page to view full job description
The Town of Chesapeake City is looking to fill a vacancy on the Planning Commission.
If you are interested in this position, please email Valerie Walls at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number.
All Noise Complaints should be referred to Councilwoman Carolyn Blevins at email@example.com or 410-885-2120.
Or to Town Hall during normal business hours (9:00 am – 4:30 pm) at 410-885-5298.
There MAY BE 3 OR MORE Town Councilpersons attending the Planning Commission Meetings, held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.
This means that Town Business aligned with the respective meeting’s agenda, may be discussed.
The Town of Chesapeake City would like to honor Carla Miners for the hard work and artistic talent that she brought to us. She was dedicated to making this town the best it could be! Please visit this bench located at the Head of the Ben Cardin Trail and enjoy the view, as it was Carla’s favorite! Thank you, Carla and Bill Miners for everything you have done for the Town of Chesapeake City!
Congratulations to incumbent Councilperson Frank Vari, former Councilperson Rebecca Mann, and to newcomer Carolyn Blevins!
Also, the Town of Chesapeake City would like to thank the other candidates, Bill Staker and Brian M. Bluman for their interest and a special thank you to Trudy Stevenson Carter with whom it has been a pleasure to work with for the past year and a half.
An ordinance of the Town of Chesapeake City to amend the Chesapeake City Comprehensive Development Ordinance to provide for satellite parking and to codify the existing architectural design standards.
As stated, here is the Clean Version of the of the Text Amendment to the Comprehensive Development Ordinance adopted by Town Council on Monday night.