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The Town of Chesapeake Beach proudly presents “Fireworks over the Bay” Wednesday evening, July 3 at approximately 9:20 PM.  We invite you and your guests to take a walk on the Bay Front Boardwalk, search for sharks teeth at Bay Front Park or visit our nature filled, scenic “Railway Trail”.   Stop by the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum and learn of our history. The Water Park is open until 10pm on July 3 and offers a fun and unique way to enjoy our fireworks display.  Don’t forget to support our local businesses; it’s good for our economy!   Please respect your neighbors and your community.  “If you brought it with you, please take it home with you.”  

Have a safe and happy July 4th holiday.

Our fireworks show is always on July 3rd, about 9:20pm

Traffic Plan for Twin Beaches on July 3*:   The traffic plan is set up to eliminate all left hand turns on a portion of Route 261 going through the Twin Beaches, eliminating the need to stop traffic randomly and 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. 

 

*Excerpted from the Calvert County Sheriff's Office Press Release, a copy of which may be printed here .

 

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