News Release, Town of Chesapeake Beach
The following are interruptions due to repairs and maintenance within the Town of Chesapeake Beach:
Planned Water Shut Off- Monday May 20th, water will be shut off within the Northeast Community Center, Marina and the Courtyards at Fishing Creek area from 9:00 am- 3:00 pm on the 20th. The shut-off is necessary to make repairs to the Northeast Community Center. The below map shows the area impacted by the shut off.??
Town Road repairs (both milling and paving) will take place Monday, May 20th at 7:00 am within the Kellam’s complex parking areas. The parking areas impacted will be coned off and until Tuesday May 21st.
The State Highway Administration will be completing final paving starting Thursday evening. The paving will take place during the evening hours, Thursday, Friday to resume Sunday evening. The Fishing Creek bridge work is within weeks of final completion.
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