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Concerts in the Park Kick off on June 27

Falmouth Community Programs Concerts in the Park series kicks off on Monday, June 27!  Join your neighbors for free musical entertainment... more ››

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Falmouth New Neighbor Guide!

We are pleased to present the Falmouth New Neighbor Guide! The guide is intended to inform new residents of Town services and provide a... more ››

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Town of Falmouth Names 2021 Citizen of the Year and Legacy Award Recipients

On Tuesday, June 22, the Town of Falmouth held its annual Municipal Recognition Ceremony to acknowledge the work of volunteers who serve on... more ››


2022.06.17--Falmouth Focus, Volume 4, Issue 16

Please note: This newsletter will be sent to subscribers of both The Falmouth Focus newsletter and Town News &... more ››

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New Falmouth Community Wellness Resource Guide!

The Falmouth Community Wellness Committee is pleased to launch the Falmouth Community Wellness Resource Guide! The guide is intended to... more ››

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Vision & Values Survey Results & Final Report Now Online

Results of the Vision & Values Community Survey #2 are now available online on the project portal. The interactive data visualization... more ››

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Revised Mask Policy for Town Buildings Effective Immediately

Throughout the pandemic, the Town of Falmouth has closely monitored COVID-19 case rates in Cumberland County and followed the guidance of... more ››

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Short-term Rental Registration

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

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Update on Browntail Moth in Falmouth

The infestation of browntail moth continues throughout parts of Maine. Fortunately, in the past few years, Falmouth has seen a reduction in... 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 ››