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This is the official web site for the City of Key Colony Beach. It is provided as a public service to keep our citizens and visitors informed about current community affairs.

Key Colony Beach is located in the Heart of the Florida Keys at mile marker 53.5 on US Highway 1 which is known locally as the Overseas Highway. Driving south from Miami on US 1, the Keys begin about mile marker 106 in Key Largo and extend to mile marker 0 in Key West. The city, called the "Gem of the Florida Keys," is a on an island just south of the Overseas Highway connected via a causeway with a very small bridge.

Most residences are on canals with quick access to the Gulf or Atlantic Ocean or have ocean views which make the city ideal for fishing and boating activities. In addition to the residences, there are many businesses in the city, including restaurants, a charter fishing fleet, marina, boat rentals, clothing store, Immediate Care health clinic, gift shop, dive and tackle shop, liquor store, gas station, convenience store, hotels, real estate offices and a 9-hole par-3 golf course.

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LEGAL NOTICE - Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
All interested professionals are hereby notified that the City of Key Colony Beach, Florida (the “City”), pursuant to Chapter 287.055, Florida Statutes, is seeking qualifications to provide Professional Engineering Services for Wastewater Projects. To be »Details

New 65 gallon Recycle Toters being delivered to all homes today
The Marathon Garbage Service began door to door delivery of 65 gallon recycle toters today. If you do not want the large recycle toter, please call Marathon Garbage at 743 5165 and they will pick it up. You are still allowed to use the small tubs for recy »Details

Public Hearing-Waterfront Park-Tiki Hut 11/26/13 9:30 a.m.
City Commission public hearing to gather input from residents on the placement of a tiki hut on the Waterfront Park property. »Details

Key Colony Beach Community Association
President Gail Cortelyou, Vice-President/Treasurer Corky Spehrley, Membership Secretary Joe Stringfellow Director`s Board Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of the month 4:30 pm. For more information, applications and schedule of events go to KCBCA.org »Details

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You can now make payments to the City of Key Colony Beach online. Pay for Wastewater/Sewer bill, Business Tax, Boat trailer parking, Builing permits and more... »Click here

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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 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 six-member police department, and a staff of three 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.

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