From the Town of North Beach
If you have paid your water bill or have made previous arrangements disregard this notice. Water disconnect notices have been sent out to unpaid accounts. Accounts must be paid in full by 3pm on September 4, 2019 to avoid being disconnected. If your water is turned off, you will need to pay your account IN FULL before service is restored.
A $40.00 restoration fee will be assessed on all accounts subject to turn off. Please pay with a debit/credit card or a money order. A $2.00 fee for all credit/debit transactions will be added. In addition, payments made after 3pm will not have service restored until the following business day. You may pay online, by phone or in person at the Town Hall.
The GREAT FALL CLEAN UP! The Town of North Beach will provide dumpsters for residents to dispose of all items EXCEPT hazardous materials. The dumpsters will be available September 28 & 29, 2019 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. The dumpsters will be located in the visitor’s parking lot at the corner of 5th St & Chesapeake Ave. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 301.855.6681.
Thursday, August 29th, 2019 1-2pm at the Waterfront Pavilion. Hear stories of bay animals, learn some new fun facts, make a jellyfish craft to take home and have a cookie from Sweet Sue’s Bakery. Geared to ages 4 and up with their families. Free.
As a normal part of the 2020 Census preparation and data collection process, you will notice census takers in the neighborhood. Census field representatives are currently doing address canvasing for Calvert County and across the United States. The representatives also continue to collect information for the American Community Survey (ACS) and other ongoing surveys. For more information regarding Census Takers in the Neighborhood, go to https://2020census.gov/en/census-takers.html
Love the sound of geese flying South overhead? Does it signify Fall is here? Dragonflies, swifts, osprey, geese and monarch butterflies all fly south to overwinter. Join us to learn about these amazing travelers that call Maryland home while raising their families and then take off on an epic journey in September. For more information contact Lisa Garrett, Director of Eco-tourism at 443-646-2426 or email@example.com
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