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Vision & Values Community Survey #2— Additional Info & Updated Link

Residents are encouraged to weigh in and share your vision for Falmouth by providing input via this final Vision & Values community... more ››

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Falmouth Climate Talk Series Continues

As part of the Falmouth Climate Action Planning process, the Town of Falmouth... more ››


New Year, Old Stuff: Sustainable Recycling Resources

Happy 2022! With the start of a new year, many people like to clean and dispose of old items that you don’t use anymore. To help with this... more ››

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Short-term Rental Registration Now Open

Pursuant to Falmouth's Short... more ››

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DOG Registrations for 2022

DOES YOUR DOG HAVE A LICENSE? Licensing for the new year starts October 15th of each calendar year.

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Mask Policy Remains In Effect for Town of Falmouth Facilities

The Town of Falmouth continues to monitor the number of COVID cases in Cumberland County and guidance from the Federal and Maine Centers... more ››

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Return to Remote Meetings

A new state law permits public meetings to be held remotely provided the committee, board, or Town Council specifically adopts a policy to... more ››

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Changes to Town Mask Policy Effective Immediately

The Town of Falmouth has been closely monitoring the rise of COVID cases in Cumberland County and guidance from the Federal and Maine... more ››

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Revised Town Hall Operating Hours Beginning Monday, June 14

Beginning, Monday, June 14, 2021, the operating hours for all Town Hall departments will be as follows: Monday: 7:00am-4:30pmTuesday: 8:... more ››

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Update on Browntail Moth in Falmouth

The infestation of browntail moth on the Southern Maine coast in recent years is the largest in the world since 1915. Fortunately, in the... more ››

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State Launches Website Directory of COVID-19 Vaccine Sites in Maine

Maine residents age 70 and older are now eligible for vaccination against COVID-19 as part of Phase 1B. On Monday, Gov. Janet Mills’ office... more ››