|Recycle and Curbside Pickup Problems (From DPW Waste Management Facility)|
If you have a question or problem with curbside trash and recycle pickup, call Republic Services 1-800-352-7808.
|Potassium Iodide Tablet Availability (From Health Department)|
2013-08-29 to 2020-08-31
Free potassium iodide tablets are available to the public at the Town Clerk's office in Town Hall during regular business hours. Store tablets properly. The potassium iodide tablets available now will expire in the year 2020. Please go to Health Department page and click on links, then click on "Potassium Iodide" for additional information.
|Child's River Boat Ramp Closure (From Harbor Master)|
The Child's River Boat ramp will be closed for reconstruction starting on April 1st. (State office of Fishing and Boating) We anticipate the ramp will reopen no later than June 15, 2015. The parking lot will be open for vehicles and trailers using the Waquoit Boat ramp.
|Lifeguard Tryouts (From Beach Department)|
2015-05-23 to 2015-05-23
Lifeguard Tryouts will be held at the Barnstable YMCA on May 23, 2015, between 1:00-6:00 PM. Candidates for the tryouts must be certified and should submit their applications to the Falmouth Personnel Department by May 8, 2015
|Beach Sticker Mail-in Requests (From Town Collector)|
Beach sticker requests are being processed as time allows with the current office work load. Please expect the sticker to arrive in the mail around the end of April. Thank You for your patience.
|Permit Required to Rent Residential Property-Attention Landlords (From Health Department)|
2011-12-31 to 2014-07-01
Chapter 172 of the Code of Falmouth Regulations requires owners of residential rental property to obtain an annual permit from the Health Department in order to rent or lease dwelling units. The permit must be displayed within the premises. Please refer to the 'Links' section of the Health Department page to view/print a 'Rental Application'. The permit fee is $25 annually.
|Mosquito alert! (From Health Department)|
2012-08-13 to 2014-11-30
West Nile Virus was detected in mosquitos captured in a pool of water in Marstons Mills in September. Mosquitos are able to breed in puddles and containers or small objects that collect rain water. Please be advised that residents should perform regular inspections of outdoor areas under their control to eliminate all standing water. This includes removing water from toys, tools, equipment and other objects that may catch rain water and taking actions to prevent water from collecting. Mosquitos are able to breed in these small pools of water until the winter.