|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.
|2014 BRUSH BURNING SEASON (From Fire Prevention)|
2014-01-15 to 2014-05-01
Open burning of brush is allowed with a permit beginning January 15th, 2014. Visit the Fire Prevention page for more information.
|Online Permits (From Inspectional Services)|
Some Express Permits are now available online. here
|Dumpster Permits Online (From Fire Prevention)|
You can now obtain a dumpster permit online. here
|Engineering Office Closed Mondays (From DPW Engineering Division)|
The DPW Engineering office is closed on Mondays.
|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.
|Scoop the Poop! (From DPW Engineering Division)|
Scoop the Poop: A Stormwater Public Safety Announcement
Listen to Henry, P.I. and pick up after your pet! In this video, Falmouth's four-legged Stormwater Detective will explain how cleaning up after your pet can help to keep our water bodies clean and to protect our health.
Special thanks to the FCTV staff, The Falmouth Dog Parks, Inc., AmeriCorps Cape Cod, Keith Hopkins, a certain theatrically-inclined Falmouth DPW Superintendent, and especially to Mike Carroll and our star, Henry: P.I.