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A Message From The KCBCA President

image Welcome to the Key Colony Beach Community Association’s website.
Our Association was started in 1991. It began as a transition from the Key Colony Beach Chamber of Commerce to the Key Colony Beach Community Association (KCBCA). When the City of KCB became a city in the 1950’s it was felt that there was a need for a Chamber of Commerce. As the years passed by it was realized that the organization’s mission had become community betterment rather than commercial development. Along with the name change, members, at that time, also revised the purposes of the organization from: “…to aid in the development and reasoned growth…” to: “activities for beautification, security, safety and recreational enjoyment of the community.” Our goals have not strayed far from that beginning many years ago. The KCBCA has changed and grown alongside the community with its changing needs. The KCBCA hosts many events throughout the winter season, as you can see on the Events page of this site.
All made possible by membership fees and fundraisers.
We urge you join our Association. As a member you give support to continuing liaison with the City Commission, assistance to the Beautification and Recreation Committees, the Police Department and seasonal community social functions. No matter where you reside, you are welcome to become a member. So come join in the fun in the Gem of the Florida Keys…Key Colony Beach!
You can print out a membership form from this site-Membership Form to Print. You can even pay on the website going here Pay For Membership.

A Coronavirus Message from Mayor DeNeale: Dear Residents and Visitors of Key Colony Beach: As the instance of the Coronavirus expands across the United States, I want to insure you the City is taking precautions for the continuation of service and maintaining for clean work environments and proper hygiene. We ALL should take these precautions to prevent any potential cross-contamination of the virus. Please note, as of this morning, there are NO reported cases of the virus in Monroe County. We are carefully working with Monroe County Emergency Management as well as the Florida Department of Health to monitor the situation. Below are three important links for vital information regarding the Coronavirus and how to maintain your personal safety.
CDC Coronavirus
Florida Health
Emergency Management
Gail Cortelyou President KCBCA