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Please take notice that we have a NO WAKE ZONE in our canals. It is very important to keep everyone safe and to keep accidents to a minimum. You are responsible for your wake. We will be enforcing this rule and would like to ask for your cooperation. Please enjoy yourselves, obey the rules, and stay safe!
Mayor Jerry Ellis
We are accepting forms for automatic recurring payments (ACH) for your Sewer bills. If you would like to take advantage of this option, CLICK HERE to get the Prior Authorization Form and send it back to us.
ATTENTION SCAM ALERT !!!
Vacation Rental and Property Managers- The City has recently
verified four (4) properties advertised on Craigslist illegally, that is,
without the owners or property managers knowledge, approval or
consent. Use caution when responding to any online
advertisements. Please call City Hall at 305-289-1212 ext. 2 to
confirm that a Key Colony Beach rental ad is legitimate. 04/2016
Property Manager & Local Contact Certification Class
Schedule Set for 2016
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There are just over 800 residents of Key Colony Beach, but the population peaks to about 4,000 in mid-winter. The city was founded in the early fifties by developer Phil Sadowski and was incorporated in September of 1957. The city is situated on 286 acres and contains approximately 1,400 units of housing. Many property owners make their homes available to visitors for rent on a monthly or weekly basis. Our upscale quiet tropical island atmosphere draws people from all over the world. Key Colony Beach is governed by five city commissioners elected for two-year, staggered terms. City elections are non-partisan and are held each year on the 2nd Tuesday in March. Thirteen employees assist the city commission including a staff of four in the city clerk’s office, a five-member police department, and a staff of four in the building/public works department. Traditionally, the Mayor also serves as City Administrator, supervising staff and ongoing activities on a day-to-day basis. Please explore other pages on this web site to learn more about our community.