Just a reminder that there will be no town fireworks on the 4th of July!
With that said, over the past few weekends, since reopening the beaches, the town has experienced a surge of visitors and we expect that to be no different for this coming weekend. Please make sure to park in a designated area and get a parking pass from the kiosks. Parking is not allowed on town hill or the field next to town hall. The Colonial Beach Police Department will be monitoring parking and writing tickets. We’ll also have our beach ambassadors and public works crew around town. I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday weekend!
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Code Red Update
Town administrative offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020. Friday’s trash will be picked up on Thursday, July 2nd.
Also, there will be no town fireworks on July 4th. The 4th of July fireworks have been postponed for a later date.
Thank you and have a safe and enjoyable holiday.
Porch Talk with the Town Manager
WWER 88.1 sat down with the Town Manager Quinn Robertson for a new edition of porch talk airing tonight at 8 pm. WWER is also working on new shows where they will spend time talking about official town business, and hope to debut “Town Matters” in late May.
The Town of Colonial Beach has been made aware of Scams that are in circulation.
There is a scam that involves a person claiming to be a violent criminal and uses public information to contact their victims through text or phone call to lure the victim. It can also involve the scammer sending pictures of a violent nature. If you are contacted, please do not engage, contact your local law enforcement and your cellphone provider.
Hurricane season is approaching, and they have made a scam to try and benefit from the weather. The scammers are posing as a Hurricane relief fund and contacting the victims through email and text.
To our citizens, please continue to practice internet safety. Do not open emails or attachments from an unknown source. Please pay attention to all communication you receive through text and phone calls.