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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.
StarStarStarPotassium 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.
StarStarStarStarStarYou are invited to a PUBLIC FORUM (From Bikeways Committee)
2015-09-02 to 2015-09-02
Wednesday, September 2 7:00 P.M. Hermann Room, Falmouth Library Come hear about and share your feedback on the plan created by Falmouth’s Bikeways Committee and the Cape Cod Commission to make our town a safe and enjoyable place for bicyclists. Access the plan at Cape Cod Commission or Town of Falmouth Bikeways page For more information contact the town’s Bikeways Committee at bikeways@falmouthmass.us
StarStarStarStarStar2015 Transient slip reservations (From Town Marina - Seasonal/Transient Slips)
We will begin accepting 2015 Transient Slip Reservations on Monday, April 6th @ 9:00am. You must have javascript enabled on your computer in order to make an online reservation. Click here for Reservations.
New Telephone Number (From Police Department)
The Falmouth Police Department will be changing their non-emergency/general business phone numbers on March 16, 2015. The old number 508-457-2527 is being changed to 774-255-4527. In an emergency always dial 911. [complete announcement]
StarStarStarStarMosquito alert! (From Health Department)
2012-08-13 to 2014-11-30
West Nile Virus was detected in mosquitos captured in a pool of water near Woods Hole in August of 2015. 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.