Temporary Registration Plates
The Falmouth Police Department has chosen to exercise its enforcement discretion and will not cite motorists for violating the expiration of a 14-day Temporary Registration Plate until further notice. Although the Falmouth Police Department cannot dictate the actions of other law enforcement agencies, Chief John Kilbride has provided residents with a letter to serve as documentation that despite best efforts, you have been unable to register your new vehicle with the Town of Falmouth, beginning on Thursday, March 12, 2020. We hope that this letter provides adequate proof that the operator of a vehicle displaying an expired temporary registration has made attempts to register the vehicle unsuccessfully and therefore, leniency should be granted. Click here for a copy of the letter from Chief John Kilbride.
We believe it is our responsibility to strive to provide service, leadership, protection and community involvement with our citizens, who in partnership with us, strive to make the Town of Falmouth a safer and more pleasant community in which to live.
|John Kilbride||Chief||(207) 781-2300|
|Frank Soule||Lieutenant||(207) 781-2300|
|Jeffrey Pardue||Lieutenant||(207) 781-2300|
|Alan Twombley||Harbor Master||(207) 781-7317|
|Kenneth Walberg||Animal Control Officer||(207) 781-2300|
|Ryann Philbrook||Administrative Coordinator||(207) 781-2300|
|Kathleen Oelschlegel||Recovery Coach||(207) 699-5246|