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Colonial Beach is located at the northern tip of Virginia's Northern Neck. It is conveniently located 16 miles from the bridge into Maryland, 60 miles from DC, and 70 miles to Richmond.
The population of Colonial Beach is 3,542. During the summer months, the population jumps to around 8,000.
Not between April 1 and September 30 of each year.
No, grilling is not allowed on the beach or the adjacent sidewalks.
You can buy a license from the Department of Game & Inland Fisheries or at the Yacht Center down on the point.
It is open 24/7, except for July 4th
According to section 5-9 in our town ordinances, “It shall be unlawful for any person to fish from the sand beaches or swimming areas except for between the hours of 6 am-10 am and 6 pm-10 pm
It is free to fish off the pier.
You need to have property in Colonial Beach, have your car registered in Colonial Beach, and have your registration say “Town of Colonial Beach.” The sticker is $30.
Inspection and proof of insurance, which you get through you car insurance.
Custom Cartz or Beach service Center
If you have a town sticker, then you get free parking within town.
You can pay $100 and get a sticker that is good for a year.
The town center, located right next to the library.
Yes, you can also watch them live on our youtube channel.
You can at the town council meetings. You have 3 minutes to speak and must be formally introduced by the mayor.
If it is on town property and its 25 or more people. For more information call Town Hall. 804-224-7181
You get a building permit from Planning & Community Development in Town Hall.
You can get a business license from the finance department. Adam Schaefer or Jalessa Hickman, call 804-224-7183