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Mayor’s Message for October 26, 2021

The State of Florida in partnership with multiple organizations in Monroe County are hosting community COVID-19 vaccination events. Events are open to the public. No appointments, walk-up only. Those age 12-17 for the Pfizer vaccine must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Event details, including type of vaccine offered follow. Pfizer, Moderna and J&J …

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Mayor’s Update for August 30, 2021

The covid-19 pandemic and its variants are still on the rise. People are still getting sick, being hospitalized, and even dying. We must do our part to help diminish the spread by getting vaccinated and wearing masks when in enclosed establishments. Tell your Family, friends and neighbors the importance of being vaccinated. We all need …

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Tropical Storm Fred – Declaration of Local State of Emergency

The City of Key Colony Beach has entered into a Local State of Emergency in advance of the landfall of Tropical Storm Fred.  We recommend that all residents and visitors shelter in place late Friday night through Saturday. Please secure any garbage or recycling cans along with any lose items on your property or rental.  …

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Tropical Storm Elsa – July 5, 2021 Update

Tropical Storm Elsa is trending west which in turn is lowering the likelihood for the City of Key Colony Beach to experience sustained damaging winds.  However, be prepared for heavy squalls with possible damaging wind gusts and substantial rainfall resulting in street flooding and potential power outages. The timeframe for TS Elsa remains sunset today …

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Tropical Storm Elsa – July 4, 2021 Update

Tropical Storm Elsa continues on her path towards the Florida Keys.  She has slowed to approximately 15mph and is now expected to make landfall a bit later on Monday now late afternoon. The worst of the squalls are anticipated to occur in the early morning hours on Tuesday, perhaps 3am to 6am.  Elsa is not a …

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Hurricane Elsa – Declaration of Local State of Emergency

Monroe County Emergency Management and the City of Key Colony Beach have entered into a Local State of Emergency in advance of the landfall Monday early afternoon of Tropical Storm Elsa.  We recommend that all residents and visitors Shelter in Place from early afternoon on Monday to later morning on Tuesday. Everyone should be prepared for the loss …

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Final COVID-19 Message

A note from Commissioner DeNeale: Today, May 13, 2021, the KCB Commission, at the request of Mayor Ron Sutton, brought to a close the COVID 19 pandemic emergency orders. I want to thank all of you for supporting your KCB Commission and me during my term as Mayor while we worked through this pandemic.  Your …

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Mayors Update for April 19, 2021

Our City Administrator has his first week in. I feel he’s started off in high gear and is performing extremely well. The City streets are still very busy with walkers and bicycle riders. Please use care when driving through the City. The new hospital is ahead of schedule and may be opening in June. Lets …

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Mayor Update for March 19, 2021

The City Commission of Key Colony Beach would like to assure its residents of the continued advancement in the following important community projects/issues: City Hall – The Commission has agreed to signing LIVS Associates for design services for our new City Hall. I have asked them for a report detailing a timeline for completion of …

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Mayor Update for February 19, 2021

The City Commission of Key Colony Beach would like to assure its residents of the continued advancement in the following important community projects/issues:  City Hall – The Staff & Commission have worked tirelessly with USPS to assure its return in our new facility. USPS has provided their suggested layout and that layout along with the …

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Mayor Update for January 19, 2021

First off I would like to Thank You for re-electing me to the City Commission. It is an honor to serve you going on 17 years. I pledge to work hard for the next 4 years with our other City Commissioners to keep our City, the Gem of the Florida Keys. The City Commission has …

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