Christmas Parade, Concert and Tree Lighting

Please join us Sunday, December 5, 2021 for our Christmas Parade, concert and tree lighting. Anyone that wants to be in the parade please fill out the registration below and return it by November 29, 2021.

***Registration is now closed for the 2021 Christmas parade, if you missed us this year there is always the 2022 parade! Hope to see you registered then.

 

Are you interested in serving your town?

On June 21, 2021, the Town of Cheriton was notified that Councilman Matthew Yancy resigned as a member of the Cheriton Town Council effective immediately. The town would like to wish him well and thank him for his years of service.

The Town council will begin considering a replacement in the coming weeks and would like to welcome letters of interest from qualified residents who wish to be considered. The qualified candidate will serve until the special election which is scheduled for November.  Anyone interested should submit a letter and qualifications to the Town Manager at townofcheriton@aol.com by Monday July12th, 2021.

Northampton County Youth Group Tree Planting

The Town of Cheriton would like to express their upmost appreciation to the Northampton Youth Group that helped to beautify our Town Park. We received a call from Dessie White their Youth Group Leader asking if we would mind if they came one afternoon to plant trees and gave us a list of trees that we could choose from. The group of approximately 18 youth and parents met at the park this past Thursday evening along with Cheriton United Methodist Pastor, Virginia Greer and Eastern Shore Soil and Water Conservation District Education Director, Julie Head. The group divided into five groups and planted two Pin Oaks, two Dogwood trees and a Persimmon. Our Town is so blessed to have this group come forward to help us. Thank you again for your hard work and thoughtfulness.
Jackie Davis
Mayor, Town of Cheriton

Notice of Public Hearing

The Cheriton Town Council will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 at 7pm. The public hearing will be held in Council Chambers at 21314 South Bayside Road at Town Hall.

Topic of Discussion: Consideration and Adoption of the 2021/2022 Budget.

 Face Mask’s will be required to attend.

 The Budget will be available for inspection at the town hall and on the town website. www.townofcheriton.org.

 Handicap assistance available.

Budget FY22 (1)

Community Yard Sale

 

Visit Cheriton Saturday, May 15th for amazing deals and steals on yard sale items.  Local homes will participate by setting up in yards throughout town. Anyone needing space can set up at the town park, first come first serve spacing available a booth will be setup on location to register when you arrive. Must bring own tables to participate none will be available. Start set up at 7:30  at the park. Please wear masks and practice safe social distancing while participating.

 

COVID-19 Care Packages

 

 

Dear Town Residents of Cheriton ,

Please take notice that on January 16, 2021 members of Town Council , Town Manager and volunteers will be distributing COVID 19 Care Packages to all households within the Town limits.  Each individual helping with the delivery process will be wearing mask and wearing gloves to distribute packages.  These packages will be placed outside doors of homes so no personal contact will occur.  Please practice social distancing and stay safe.

Sincerely,

Jackie Davis

Town Mayor

Cares Act- Recovery Grant

Northampton County Small Business COVID19 Recovery Grants

Northampton County is conducting a program using CARES Act funds to provide grants for businesses affected by the COVID 19 crisis. Eligible businesses will be able to access up to $10,000.00 for eligible purposes.
Some examples of businesses affected would include restaurants, theaters, hair salons, indoor amusement centers, campgrounds, retail establishments as well as many others. This will also include watermen involved with aquaculture and fishery activities. This program is meant to assist with lost revenues and expenditures related to COVID 19 concerns. Applications will be available online as well as paper forms. Applications will be reviewed by a committee formed by the County Administrator which will include a representative of all participating Towns.

Please call [757 678-0440, x515] or email[ckolakowski@co.northampton.va.us] the County Administrator, Charles Kolakowski, with any questions. Applications will be reviewed and awarded within thirty days. This will be done on an ongoing basis and will continue until the available funds are exhausted.
1. Eligible businesses must be active and physically located in Northampton County and have a valid business license.
2. County and local taxes will need to be made current.
3. Only businesses with less than thirty [30] employees are eligible to apply.
4. Businesses need to show they were affected by the COVID 19 crisis.
5. Each business is eligible for only one grant application under this particular program.
6. Grants amounts are up to $5,000 per business for business expenses or loss of revenue and up to an additional $5,000 for improvements done to a business to address COVID 19 concerns.
7. Businesses need to disclose if they received funds from either the Economic Injury Disaster Loan or the Paycheck Protection Program.
8. Businesses located in the unincorporated areas of the County and the Towns of Cheriton, Eastville, Exmore, and Nassawadox are eligible to apply. Businesses located in Cape Charles will be eligible for an independent program being conducted by the Town of Cape Charles.

Submit an online form for the Northampton County Small Business COVID-19 Recovery Grant. You may also download this form as a PDF.