The objectives and purpose of the the Key Colony Beach Community Association, a not for profit organization, is to further the interests of the residents of the City of Key Colony Beach, to foster and encourage programs and activities for beautification, security, safety and recreational enjoyment of the community.

With approximately 600 members in the city we contribute to the City of Key Colony Beach and to numerous local charities in and around Marathon. Our major fund raiser and event is Key Colony Beach Day in March – A city birthday celebration event that attracts many visitors and offers a variety of vendors, food, live music, games and more.

Members participate in dinners and other social events and receive the seasonal monthly newsletter, The Bee Line.

Anyone can become a member of the KCBCA.

Single Membership: $15.00
Additional Member – Same Household/Mailing Address : $10.00

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.


Michael J & Friends band to play on KCB Day

Michael J & Friends 11am – 2pm Michael J playing 7 String Guitar , Banjo and Bass Pedals, Mona B on Keyboard both singing for your pleasure, Jammin George on Saxaphone and Chuck Shearman on Steel Guitar. We pride ourselves in playing a large variety of music with surprise guest showing up anytime. The request lines …

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Blues Brothers

Blues Brothers Soul Band to play on KCB Day, 2pm-close

 One of the hottest tribute bands this side of the Mississippi, the Blues Brothers Soul Band generates energy and excitement everywhere they perform.     This dynamic band is comprised of ten very talented musicians: two lead vocalists, a female vocalist, a full rhythm section and a three-piece horn section. Jazz, rock, R&B, funk, reggae, Top 40, swing,  …

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