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Beach Parking Stickers are only required for parking your car in a town beach parking lot during the summer. You do not need a sticker if you walk, cycle, roller skate, get dropped off, take a taxi, etc. Also, you do not need a sticker from about the 2nd week of September through mid-June. For more information please call 508-548-8623 or 508-274-1498.
A beach sticker is issued to a specific vehicle. A resident beach sticker requires the vehicle be registered to a Falmouth resident (at least 12 months) or a Falmouth property owner. For more information please call 508-548-8623 or 508-274-1498.
We'll look at the name on your vehicle registration. It must match either the name on your real estate tax account, or your name in the town census records. For more information please call 508-548-8623 or 508-274-1498.
How to apply for a beach sticker:
-You may fill out an application between January and May and mail it to:
Town of Falmouth
P.O. Box 904
Falmouth MA 02541
-You can apply in person at the Ellen T. Mitchell Bathhouse at 56 Surf Drive beginning Memorial Day Weekend
To get started,
You'll have to apply in person at the Ellen T. Mitchell Bathhouse Building on Surf Drive only. Bring relevant documentation (e.g. lease, rental agreement, trust beneficiary page, company business card, etc.). For more information please call 508-548-8623 or 508-274-1498.
You will need to file an abatement application with the Assessors Office within 30 days of the issuance of the actual tax bill (3rd quarter bill). The Taxpayer should pay the bill as rendered while his/her abatement application is pending to avoid interest and penalties. The Board of Assessors has 3 months in which to act on your application. They will notify you on an approved Department of Revenue form of their decision with that time. If not acted on favorably, it is automatically denied at the end of the three-month period. For more information please call 508-495-7380.
Yes, we encourage you to do so. The instructions on how to upload your resume can be found on page 9 of the Candidate User Guide, make sure to click the green "UPLOAD RESUME" button when submitting your resume. Please Click Here to access the Candidate User Guide.
Another source is your mortgage company. Part of the closing requirements usually include the requirement to produce a plot plan. This may be found in your closing papers or with your mortgage company. There is no legal requirement to record or file plot plans. Please note some plot plans for mortgage surveys are "TAPED" surveys and may not be accurate enough for determining lot lines.
A list of open shellfishing areas can be found at Falmouth Town Hall or online here.
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday - 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday - Closed
Wednesday - 5:00 - 8:30 PM
Thursday - 5:00 - 8:30 PM
Please complete a Field Use Form and turn it into the office staff here at the Recreation Department. Your request will be reviewed by the recreation committee. If approved, we will work with you to see if your date and time is available. Field Use Form
Yes, there are outdoor pickleball courts in Falmouth located at the North and West Falmouth tennis courts. . They are open to the public but have certain times that pickleball can play so please refer to the posted signs at the tennis courts
We also have indoor pickleball courts at the Gus Canty Community Center that have designated groups/hours to play. Please call the Recreation Department at 508-457-2567 for more information.
TOWN WIDE OFFICES
Selectman (elect two) for three yearsTrustee of the Public Library (elect two) for three yearsPlanning Board (elect three) for three yearsPlanning Board (elect one) for one yearSchool Committee (elect three) for three years
TOWN MEETING MEMBERS
Elect nine in each Precinct for three years
Elect one in Precinct 4 for two yearsElect one in Precinct 5 for one yearElect two in Precinct 8 for one yearElect one in Precinct 9 for one yearElect two in Precinct 9 for two years
Town wide offices are required to collect 50 signatures from registered voters of the Town of Falmouth.
Town Meeting Members are required to collect 10 signatures from registered voters in the Precinct they are registered to vote.
Town Meeting Members who are candidates for re-election do not need to take out nomination papers, but must return Notice mailed to them by the Town Clerk. The order in which names of candidates, including incumbents, appear on the ballot will be determined by a public drawing on April 14th at 10 a.m. in the Town Clerk’s Office.