2018 Decorating Contest Winners!

Who Won?

This year Chesapeake Station gave the town a run for their money in holiday decorating.  It was exciting to see so many homes so beautifully decorated!  Of course that made the judging in our own Holiday Decorating contest extremely difficult.  We are considering creating categories for next year.…stay tuned!

So after much deliberation these are the final results:

1st Place – Bruce and Becky Wahl, 7789 C St.  An animated, interactive display with music!

2nd Place – Charlie Pritchard, 4006 Carousel Way.  Entire house lighted accented by Snoopy ice skating in the yard!

3rd Place – Bill Leebel & Elizabeth Gallun, 4001 Carousel Way.  Lights top to bottom even a touch of the tropical with the addition of flamingos!

4th Place – Mike Kouvarakos & Julie Cook, 4022 17th St  A Child like whimsey around the entire house!

Honorable Mention  Robin St. Laurent & Robert Wood, 7788 Denrzel Ct.  House framed in lights with an extremely large wreath near the roof!

Thanks to all and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Town News

Did You Know?

…..that besides a printed newsletter the Town of Chesapeake Beach sends to residents, there is also an on-line newsletter which is updated regularly?  News can be found on the Town’s home page at http://www.chesapeake-beach.md.us/  You can also sign up for email news there.  Look for the sign-up field at the lower left of the home page.

The following article recently appeared advising residents on how to prepare their trash for pickup.

Let’s talk trash!

“The Town of Chesapeake Beach Code requires that all trash storage receptacles shall be made of durable material and shall be watertight with tight fitting covers to control odor and prevent animal access.  No garbage, trash or debris shall be placed out for collection except in proper receptacles.  Due to the excessive rains this summer, the trash company has been finding trash cans full of water along with being full of trash.  This causes the cans to be so heavy that they can’t physically be picked up.  The company has begun a no tolerance policy and will not collect the trash if the can is full of water.  You must properly cover your containers to avoid this and to ensure pick up.  Also, please do not use the Town provided recycle bins for regular trash; that will also prevent your trash from being collected.  We appreciate your attention and help with these matters as we strive to keep Chesapeake Beach beautiful.”

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August 2018 Newsletter

CSHOA August 2018 Newsletter

Social Committee

Our Social Committee has done a wonderful job of organizing various social events during the year for Chesapeake Station residents.  From the Octoberfest to the Holiday Decorating Contest, Luau, and aperiodic Happy Hours, these events have provided an opportunity for residents to meet, get to know each other and have fun.

The Committee also hands out Welcome Packages to new Chesapeake Station residents and sends condolence and get-well cards to residents who have suffered a loss or are struggling.  The Welcome package includes a Welcome Letter, Vehicle Parking stickers, Contact Information Request form, and a copy of our public Resident Directory.  The Social Committee doesn’t always know when the need for these arise so we’d like to ask that anyone who becomes aware of a new family in our development or a resident that needs a hug, please let us know at cshoa@comcast.net.  Thank you!

Parking Stickers

The CSHOA Board of Directors asks residents of Chesapeake Station to display a parking sticker on each vehicle that is regularly parked in the development.  In 2016, the Board changed the design from the square paper style with blue lettering on a yellow background and backed by a long-lasting adhesive to a more subtle and user-friendly blue/clear removable windshield decal.

While the old style sticker is still valid, if you would like a replacement or don’t have one on your automobile(s), you can request parking decals by contacting the Board at cshoa@comcast.net or via the Contact Form on our website at chesapeakestationhoa.org > Contact Us.

Smoke Detectors

The end of Daylight Savings Time is normally the time of year when homeowners are reminded to change the batteries in their smoke alarms.  But did you know that a recent change in the law now requires installation of a new type of smoke alarm with a 10-year non-replaceable battery?  Two-thirds of fire deaths occur in homes without alarms or that that have disconnected or missing batteries.   This new technology will do away with the need to replace batteries each year and is expected to save lives.  You can read more about this change at www.livebaltimoremaryland.com/new-law-smoke-alarm

Going Solar

As the cost of solar energy technology decreases, solar power equipment for homeowners is becoming more popular.  The Maryland Energy Administration has published a Guide to Going Solar, which provides information to homeowners considering the installation of a solar array.  You can find this guide and information on what steps Chesapeake Station owners need to take before installing solar equipment on our website at https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/solar-home-energy/

Board of Directors Meetings

The CSHOA Board of Directors conducts regular business meetings, typically on the first Monday of each month.  Any Chesapeake Station property owner is always welcome to attend and the Board encourages residents to take an interest in the business of the HOA.  You can check our website at chesapeakestationhoa.org for upcoming meeting notices and other news of interest.  Minutes of Board meetings are also posted on the web site at Documents > Meeting Minutes.  If you wish to attend any Board meeting, we ask that you send an email to cshoa@comcast.net so that we can ensure seating.

Renting Your Chesapeake Station Property

Several of our Chesapeake Station owners rent out their property to others.  This is a reminder that per the Chesapeake Station Declaration of Covenants, Easements, Charges, and Liens (https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/documents-governance/) all owners are required to submit a copy of the lease to the Board of Directors.

With the rising popularity of Airbnb and other companies facilitating short-term rental opportunities, we also want to remind CSHOA homeowners that rentals for time-periods less than 6 months are not permitted in Chesapeake Station.

Keeping Up Your Property

A primary responsibility of a HOA is to maintain property values and keep everyone safe.  Chesapeake Station is a unique bay front community with a private beach and panoramic views.  It is the goal of the Chesapeake Station HOA to maintain or improve property values and have a community that everyone can enjoy.  Now is the time to inspect your homes for issues that may be unsafe or detract from the pleasing aesthetic that Chesapeake Station is known for.

We also want to remind everyone that CSHOA Governing documents, which are incorporated into owners’ deeds by reference, require that anyone who contemplates doing work on the exterior of their home or yard must have their plans reviewed by the HOA Architectural Committee prior to initiating work.

There is a form on our web site which is used to submit your work plans to the Architectural Committee for review.  From the CSHOA home page at chesapeakestationhoa.org go to Documents > Forms > Architectural Change Request Application.  FYI, the CSHOA Architectural Review Procedures and Guidelines can also be found on the web site at Documents > Governing CSHOA Governing Documents > Policy Resolution 3 May 2, 2016 as Recorded May 19, 2016.

Projects that you have planned might include replacing or adding a new deck, window replacement, modifying or replacing a fence, repainting, re-siding, or landscape work.  Every home has different needs and it is your responsibility to maintain the exterior of your home to the standards outlined in Resolution 3.  Moreover, for your safety and the safety of all residents we ask that you trim overgrown trees and shrubbery keeping walkways clear, and your home neat and visible from the road.

If you need more information, contact a member of the Architectural Committee: Penny Schmidt (410-286-0071), Richard Sherman (410-257-2623), Charlie Pritchard (301-325-0512), or Sven Thulin (301-502-5445).

Pet Protocol

Many residents own dogs that they take out for daily walks.  You must keep your pet on-leash and under your control when outdoors.  This is a County requirement.  Also please pick up after your pet.  When you’re outdoors with your animal pal, always bring a bag or two for cleanup.  Uncollected pet waste is unsightly, unsanitary, and unhealthy.  It is also a pollution source for our beautiful Bay.

Our Electronic Presence

Electronic media today provides instant communications and is a great way to bring a community together.  Many of you know that we have a web site (chesapeakestationhoa.org) where information relevant to our community is posted.  We urge you to visit regularly.  The Board of Directors also communicates with residents regularly via email.  If you are not on our email distribution list, sign up for it on our web site!  Just look for the signup form in the lower right corner of the home page.  And we have a private Facebook group where residents can communicate interactively and post information of interest.  Posts are moderated and only group members can see posts.  If you’re not already a member, you can request access by clicking the link in the lower right corner of the web site home page.  You must also have a Facebook account.  But if you don’t, it’s very easy to set one up at www.facebook.com.

For those who do not have Internet access, our Board of Directors can be contacted by phone at the following numbers:

President, Dave Ferguson 703-624-8354
Vice President, Warren La Heist 301-855-5507
Secretary, Paul Doherty 301-812-0272
Treasurer (Vacant)
Member at-Large, Charlie Pritchard 301-325-0512

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Solar Home Energy

As the cost of solar energy technology decreases, solar power equipment for homeowners is becoming more popular.  The Maryland Energy Administration has published a Guide to Going Solar, which provides information to homeowners considering the installation of a solar array.  The guide includes information such as as reasons for going solar, financing a solar system, how to choose a contractor, and how to keep your system going after it’s installed.  The complete 72-page document can be found here.

CSHOA governing documents permit Chesapeake Station owners to install a solar array on their property but with some conditions.  The following provisions from the CSHOA Architectural Guidelines apply:

  1. Panels must be installed no higher than 10″ above the roof surface and run parallel along it.
  2. The installation must provide a minimum of 12″ clearance between the edge of the solar panels and the roof edge, roof peak, and neighboring townhome walls. This is to allow for maintenance access.
  3. All supporting hardware and conduit must be painted to blend with the siding or roof color.
  4. Supporting electrical equipment (e.g. batteries, inverters, timers, etc.) and all conduits must be properly secured and hidden from view to the extent reasonably possible. Landscape screening may be required by the Architectural Committee.
  5. Design drawings must be furnished which show dimensions of the roof and the solar panels when installed.
  6. All County, and Town permit and inspection requirements must be met.

Since installation of a solar array is an external change to your property’s appearance, plans must be approved before-hand by the CSHOA Architectural Committee.  A homeowner can submit their plans on the Architectural Change Request form here.

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Theft From Automobiles

Theft From Automobiles

Two Chesapeake Station residents recently reported attempted theft from their automobiles, one of which was parked in the C St. alley and the other in the Overlook. The perpetrators entered their unlocked automobile and rifled through it looking for valuables. The incidents occurred sometime between 7:00AM and 11:00AM on Saturday 7/21/2018. If anyone remembers noticing suspicious activity or persons that morning, please contact the Board at cshoa@comcast.net.

We sent an email notice out to residents in December of a theft from an automobile on Dentzel Ct. at that time and thieves attempting to gain entry to automobiles parked at the Overlook. We would like to remind residents to always keep your vehicles and houses locked and don’t leave valuables in your vehicle.

Please be observant of our surroundings. If you see suspicious or criminal activities in our development, call the emergency 911 number and report it. And let the Board of Directors know at cshoa@comcast.net or through the web contact form here.

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NRL Toxic Remediation Plan

The Board of Directors has just learned that there is a proposed plan for remediation of toxic chemicals at the Naval Research Lab-Chesapeake Bay Detachment, just down the road from Chesapeake Station.  The proposed plan is open for public comment. However, the public comment period closes Friday May 6.

We are passing this on to the CSHOA community in case residents have concerns they wish to voice.  The Town of Chesapeake Beach is considering asking NRL to conduct a public information session.

The remediation plan documents can be found here:

Maryland Department of the Environment Announcement

Proposed Groundwater Remediation Plan

Proposed Soil Remediation Plan

Procedures for providing comments can be found in the plan documents above.

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Smoke Alarms

Smoke Alarms – Changes in the Law

This is normally the time of year that homeowners are advised to change the batteries in their smoke alarms.  But did you know that a recent change in the law now requires installation of a new type of smoke alarm with a 10-year non-replaceable battery?

Two-thirds of fire deaths occur in homes without alarms or this that have disconnected or missing batteries.   This new technology will do away with the need to replace outdated batteries each year and is expected to save lives.  You can read more about this change at www.livebaltimoremaryland.com/new-law-smoke-alarm

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June 2017 Newsletter

CSHOA June 2017 Newsletter

Luau!

Some of you have seen the announcement via our recent email blast but for those who haven’t, our annual Luau is ON!  On Saturday, June 24th (rain date 25th) beginning at 4 pm we will gather at our Beach for food from Adam’s Rib including ribs, chicken, barbeque and sides of coleslaw and potato salad.  Beer, wine, water, ice tea, and lemonade will be furnished for all as well.

Every resident, owner and renter is welcome.

Everyone is asked to bring one additional side including desserts and their own chairs.

And we will have a LIVE BAND! – “Breaking Blue” playing a variety of music including island songs!  For additional fun, we will have games for kids of all ages, with prizes for the winners including a contest for the Big Kahuna:

  • the best Hawaiian shirt,
  • the most fun outfit,
  • the prettiest flower in hair and
  • the tackiest tourist clothes.

Join your neighbors and get to know new neighbors…it is always a good time!

 

2017 Fireworks Over the Bay!

The annual Chesapeake Beach fireworks will be held on July 2 this year with a rain date of July 3.  As usual, CSHOA, with assistance from the Town and County Sheriff’s Department will be closing the north and south C St. entrances to Chesapeake Station.  Beginning at 4:00PM, vehicle access to Chesapeake Station via C St. will be restricted to those vehicles that have a valid Chesapeake Station sticker or carry a one-day parking pass.  Up to four one-day passes will be available for Chesapeake Station households starting June 13 on a first-come, first-serve basis from Penny Schmidt (410-474-2802) for Band Shell Ct. residents, Cathy Diggle (301-785-1784) for Overlook residents, or Dave Ferguson (703-624-8354) and Charlie Pritchard (301-325-0512) for other residents.  Requests may also be made by email to cshoa@comcast.net.  So as not to overload our parking areas, the number of passes issued will be limited to 260.

Chesapeake Station receives a lot of visitors on that day so please ask your guests to consider carpooling.  If your guests are arriving early, consider having them park in public areas and walk into Chesapeake Station.  Passes are not required for pedestrians.  If your guests don’t have a parking pass, their vehicle will not be admitted even if you vouch for them.

Parking is permitted in private driveways, with permission of the householder, or in the street.  However, please be considerate and do not park in a location that blocks a driveway or road access.  Remember that you are responsible for the conduct and safety of your guests.  And a final reminder: use of fireworks is prohibited on public and private property.  Please instruct your guests that they may not set off firecrackers, rockets, or explode anything anywhere in Chesapeake Station, including your own yard.

Be aware of the traffic plan that the Town will put in place for that day.  The traffic plan is set up to eliminate all left hand turns on a portion of Route 261 going through the Twin Beaches, 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.

Thanks for your cooperation and help, and we hope you have a wonderful Independence Day celebration.

 

Welcome Package

Cathy Diggle, Chair of our Social Committee, has assembled a Welcome Package for new Chesapeake Station residents.  The package includes a Welcome Letter, Vehicle Parking stickers, Contact Information Request form, and a copy of our public Resident Directory.

Cathy and the Board of Directors don’t always know when new residents move into Chesapeake Station so we’d like to ask that anyone who does become aware of a new family in our development, please let us know at cshoa@comcast.net so that we can welcome them properly.  Thank you!

 

Renting Your Chesapeake Station Property

Several of our Chesapeake Station owners rent out their property to others.  This is a reminder that per the Chesapeake Station Declaration of Covenants, Easements, Charges, and Liens (https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/documents-governance/) all owners are required to submit a copy of the lease to the Board of Directors.

With the rising popularity of Airbnb and other companies facilitating short-term rental opportunities, we also want to remind CSHOA homeowners that rentals for time-periods less than 6 months are not permitted in Chesapeake Station.

 

Keeping Up Your Property

Spring is here and it is time to ensure that the CSHOA neighborhood continues to look its best.  A primary responsibility of a HOA is to maintain property values and keep everyone safe.  Chesapeake Station is a unique bay front community with a private beach and panoramic views.  It is the goal of the Chesapeake Station HOA to maintain or improve property values and have a community that everyone can enjoy.

Many of you have already started on your outdoor beautification projects this season, and we thank you for submitting your Architectural Change Request forms, and getting approval, prior to initiating work.  Nevertheless, we wanted to remind everyone that now is the time to inspect your homes for issues that may be unsafe or detract from the pleasing aesthetic that Chesapeake Station is known for.

Projects that you have planned may include replacing or adding a new deck, window replacement, modifying or replacing a fence, repainting, re-siding, or landscape work.  Every home has different beautification needs and it is your responsibility to maintain the exterior of your home to the standards outlined in Resolution 3 (Architectural Review Procedures and Guidelines) of our Governing documents (https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/documents-governance/).  Moreover, for your safety and the safety of all residents we ask that you trim overgrown trees and shrubbery keeping walkways clear, and your home neat and visible from the road.

Please remember to submit an Architectural Change Request Application (www.chesapeakestationhoa.org/documents-forms/) to the Architectural Committee and get their approval prior to initiating any work to the outside of your home or yard.  If you need more information, contact a member of the Architectural Committee: Penny Schmidt (410-286-0071), Richard Sherman (410-257-2623), Charlie Pritchard (301-325-0512), or Sven Thulin (301-502-5445).

 

Unauthorized Beach Visitors and Activities

Use of our small beach is limited to residents and guests only.  Beach rules and safety tips are posted on our web site (https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/documents-beachrules/).  If you see a new face at the beach and are concerned about trespassing and wish to inquire, please treat them as a neighbor first and a potential trespasser second.  Greet them in a friendly manner and inquire, if you feel comfortable doing so.

Alternatively, if you see someone who you suspect is an unauthorized visitor or you witness Illegal, suspicious or dangerous activity on the beach, report it to the Sheriff’s Office. Depending on the circumstances, call 911 or the Sheriff’s non-emergency number (410-535-2800). Don’t put yourself in a potentially dangerous situation by confronting people engaged in these activities. That’s the job of law enforcement.  Once you have notified law enforcement, please let the Board know of the issue via email at cshoa@comcast.net or the Contact form on our web site (https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/contact-us/) so that we can track neighborhood trends and follow-up on issues as necessary.

When using the beach, leave nothing behind except your foot prints.  Please take everything you bring to the beach back home with you, especially trash and pet waste.  Pets must remain on leash at all times.  Bon fires, camp fires and open flames are not allowed in the Town of Chesapeake Beach including our beach.  Fishing is allowed along the rocky berm bordering the bay with appropriate fishing licenses but not within 20 yards of the sand beach because of the hazards that lost tackle presents to barefoot beach goers.

 

Pet Protocol

Many residents own dogs that they take out for daily walks.  You must keep your pet on-leash and under your control when outdoors.  This is a County requirement.  Also please pick up after your pet.  When you’re outdoors with your animal pal, always bring a bag or two for cleanup.  Uncollected pet waste is unsightly, unsanitary, and unhealthy.  It is also a pollution source for our beautiful Bay.

 

Annual Owners’ Meeting

A reminder that the annual CSHOA Owners’ meeting is coming up in September.  Look for meeting information in the US mail, including list of candidates for office, official PROXY to use if you can’t attend, and an agenda for the meeting.  We strongly urge you to attend!  While you’re at it, bring a Chesapeake Station neighbor with you.  Active owner participation is needed to keep our HOA healthy and maintain Chesapeake Station as a desirable place to live.  We will be particularly looking for owners who are willing to stand as candidates for the Board of Directors.  Also, members are always needed for our various committees, so consider offering yourself as a volunteer on one or more of our Committees.

 

Our Electronic Presence

Electronic media today provides instant communications and is a great way to bring a community together.  Many of you know that we have a web site (chesapeakestationhoa.org) where information relevant to our community is posted.  We urge you to visit regularly.  The Board of Directors also communicates with residents regularly via email.  If you are not on our email distribution list, sign up for it on our web site!  Just look for the signup form in the lower right corner of the home page.  And we have a private Facebook group where residents can communicate interactively and post information of interest.  Posts are moderated and only group members can see posts.  If you’re not already a member, you can request access by clicking the link in the lower right corner of the web site home page.  You must also have a Facebook account.  But if you don’t, it’s very easy to set one up at www.facebook.com.

For those who do not have Internet access, our Board of Directors can be contacted by phone at the following numbers:

President, Keith Pardieck 301-792-1103
Vice President, Dave Ferguson 703-624-8354
Secretary, Paul Doherty 301-812-0272
Treasurer, Roland Schlehuber 410-286-2420
Member at-Large, Warren La Heist 301-855-5507

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March News

Spring is Coming!

The first day of spring is only 2 weeks away.  Although it doesn’t seem like it when the morning temperature is in the 20s.  But the trees are budding and the daffodils have started to bloom.  Let’s hope it’s too late now for a winter storm.

Now, on to the news!

Resident Directory
After much effort, the Board has completed an update of our resident  directory.  The last one was published about 2009.  Thank you to residents who have provided their contact information for the directory.  To protect our member’s privacy, the directory will not be posted on our web site.  However, it is available to Chesapeake Station residents.  If you would like a copy of the directory, please email us with a request at cshoa@comcast.net and we’ll send you an electronic copy.

Local History

Joan Kilmon, Branch Manager of the Twin Beaches branch of the Calvert County Library, will be presenting the story of the Belvedere Hotel at this month’s Calvert Conversations meeting.  Calvert Conversations is a local history group that meets at the Twin Beaches branch on the second Thursday of each month.
The Belvedere was built in the early 1900’s and burned to the ground in 1923.  It was located in the area of the Overlook and may be of particular interest to Chesapeake Station residents.  So if you want to know more about the history of our neighborhood or are just a history buff in general and have a free morning, come to the library on March 9 at 10:00-11:00AM.

Ethics Officer
The Town of Chesapeake Beach is looking for members for the Town Ethics Committee. Responsibilities include understanding and enforcing the Town Ethics Ordinance. If you are interested in applying, submit a bio to Sharon Humm, Town Clerk at shumm@chesapeakebeachmd.gov by the close of business, March 7 2017. All applicants must be a resident and a registered voter in the Town of Chesapeake Beach.

CSHOA Board of Directors Business
The Board meets regularly on the first Monday of each month. The next meeting is scheduled for March 6 @ 7:00PM in the Northeast Community Center.  These meetings are open to Chesapeake Station owners.  If you plan to attend any Board meeting, we ask that you send us a notice at cshoa@comcast.net so we can plan accommodations.  Also check regularly at our web site at chesapeakestationhoa.org where meeting announcements, schedule changes, meeting minutes, and other news are posted.  Also, a reminder that we now have a private Facebook group to stimulate on-line discussion among our residents.  To request admission to the group, click the link at the lower right corner of our web site home page.

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End of Year News

Annual Meeting Minutes
A draft copy of the minutes from our September Annual Owners’ meeting has been posted  to the CSHOA web site at https://chesapeakestationhoa.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/MinutesAnnual2016Draft.pdf  This was your meeting so if you attended, please review the draft and send us any corrections or clarifications that you remember from the meeting.  Note that assessments increased slightly for 2017 to $200.63 per quarter for town homes and $190.18 for detached/semi-detached homes.

New Board Member
One of our Board members, Elizabeth Henderson, will be leaving Chesapeake Station and has resigned her position on the Board.  In accordance with the provisions described in the CSHOA Bylaws, the Board selected Dave Ferguson as her replacement.  Dave will serve as Vice President.

We would like to thank Elizabeth for her service on the Board and wish her and Shirley well in North Carolina.

CSHOA Facebook Page
Taking a baby step into the world of social media, the Board has established a Facebook page for our community!  A Facebook page will allow residents to connect with each other at Chesapeake Station and promote a greater sense of community.

If you are a Facebook user and would like to join the group, you can request access through the CSHOA web page at chesapeakestationhoa.org.  There is a link at the bottom, right corner of the home page which will take you directly to our Facebook page.  Once on the page, click the Request link.

The Facebook page is a private group and Facebook users not in the group will not be able to see posts.  The page is also moderated to prevent inappropriate or offensive posts.

Frozen Pipes
Now that the cold weather is on us, make sure you have winterized your water pipes.  Turn off water to outside spigots, remove the hoses, drain and store them for the winter.  Familiarize yourself with the location of the water shutoffs in your home in the case of an emergency.  If your property is a part-time getaway, consider calling Town Hall to have your water shut off for the winter, especially if you are not heating your property.

If you experience an emergency involving the Town’s water lines, call 410-257-2230.  After business hours, you will be routed to an emergency line.  But please remember that frozen water pipes within your home or your connection to the Town water main is not a Town emergency, and you should contact a plumber.

Planning & Zoning Vacancies
The Town of Chesapeake Beach Planning & Zoning Commission is currently seeking new members. If you are interested in serving our community in this capacity, please deliver your bio / resume to the Town Clerk, Ms. Sharon Humm. You may email the document to shumm@chesapeakebeachmd.gov or stop by Town Hall. Members are appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Town Council.

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