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Falmouth Asks Residents for Input Regarding Communication Methods

The Town of Falmouth is working hard to improve the channel of communication between residents, Town staff, and Town Councilors.  In an... more ››

Senior property tax assistance

Falmouth to offer Property Tax Assistance for low-income Seniors

The Town of Falmouth is offering a Senior Property Tax Assistance program.

Road Closed Barricade

Road Closures Beginning August 11

As part of the process of removing the old bridge on Lunt Road Bridge, and continuing work, Lunt Road will be closed to all vehicular and... more ››

Road Closed Barricade

Road Closures Beginning July 28

As part of the process of removing the old bridge on Lunt Road Bridge, and continuing work, Lunt Road will be closed to all vehicular and... more ››

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Falmouth Joins Communities State-Wide in Kicking Off Maine’s Bicentennial

On Tuesday, July 30th at noon, the Town of Falmouth will join communities across the State of Maine in celebrating Bicentennial Kickoff Day... more ››

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UPDATE: BOIL ORDER LIFTED

Update:  Boil Order Lifted for customers on Gray Road. Samples indicate water is safe to drink. FMI ... more ››

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Falmouth Seeks Oldest Citizens for Presentation of Boston Cane

The Town of Falmouth would like to recognize its oldest male and female citizens with the presentation of the Boston Post Cane. Recipients... more ››

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Help shape the future of public transportation in the region

Greater Portland Council Of Governments (GPCOG) and Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) are now conducting two... more ››

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Travel Impacts Beginning Monday, July 22 - Interstate 295 and Lunt Road

As part of the continuing effort to replace the Lunt Road Bridge, please be aware of the following Lane and ROAD closures starting Monday,... more ››

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Help the Maine Forest Service and the University of Maine track browntail moths

The Maine Forest Service and researchers at the University of Maine are keeping track of the spread of browntail moths, and they need your ... more ››

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Falmouth Town Council adopts opioid action plan

At their meeting on Monday, July 8, 2019, the Falmouth Town Council adopted the 2019 Falmouth Action Plan to Address Opioid Misuse. ... more ››

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Falmouth Fire-EMS Provides Guidelines for Safe and Healthy Residential Fire Pits

As the number of residential fire pits in Falmouth increases, many residents have questions and concerns about their own fire pit or their... more ››

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What are your thoughts on transportation in the Greater Portland Area?

Over the past several months, the Portland Area Comprehensive Transportation System (PACTS) governing bodies have been working to set... more ››

Construction Ahead

Construction to begin Monday, June 17 at Woods Road & Longwoods Road

The Portland Water District will be replacing their water main on Woods Road near Longwoods Road.

Lane Closure Lambert Street Bridge

Travel Impacts Beginning Monday June 17 through August 16 - Lambert Street Bridge (Affecting Blackstrap Road)

The Lambert Street Bridge crosses over the Presumpscot River on Blackstrap Road in Falmouth. 

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Falmouth Begins Installation of New Wayfinding Signage

The installation of new directional signage throughout Falmouth is currently under way. The new signs are the culmination of several years... more ››

Trails are OPEN!

TRAILS ARE OPEN!

Trails on Town and Falmouth Land Trust properties are open! Please be mindful that there are still soft soggy spots and try to avoid... more ››

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Maine Parks and Lands needs your input!

The Maine Recreation and Park Association (MRPA) is partnering with the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands to update the State Comprehensive... more ››

Feedback from March 28 Public Forum Now Available

The location of the April 2 LPAC meeting has been moved to the Congregational Church next door to Town Hall.  Signs will direct you where... more ››

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