Beginning in July 2015, the Provincetown Assessors’ Office will be conducting their annual Property inspections. The inspectors will be focusing on properties with open building permits, properties that sold in calendar... Read on...
Pursuant to Harbor Regulation Article 2, Section 3-2-3 (b), The Provincetown Harbormaster's Office will be removing vessels from town beaches:
On July 13, 2015 the Provincetown Board of Selectmen voted 5-0-0 to approve changes to the Board of Health fees, previously approved by the Board of Health after a public hearing on June 18, 2015, effective upon publication on July 23, 2015.
The Town of Provincetown (“Town”), acting by and through its Chief Procurement Officer, is pleased to present a Request for Proposals (“RFP”) in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 30B, for development of... Read on...
The Board of Selectmen held a public meeting on Monday, June 22, 2015 and then and there amended the Harbor Regulations and approved the fee increases effective upon publication.
Building Provincetown, written by David Dunlap, presents Provincetown’s rich social and cultural history through its built environment, doubling as an architectural guide arranged street by street, in alphabetical order. ... Order Form
On or about June 25th, 2015 and extending through the season, any vessel on town beaches, not properly permitted, may be removed and disposed of without further notice. For questions please call the Harbormaster’s Office at (508) 487-7030.
Provincetown Street Sweep regulations go into effect on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 and continue through October 8, 2015. Parking is prohibited and violators will be ticketed and towed on Commercial Street in street sweeping zones from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
The Provincetown Water and Sewer Board held a public hearing on Thursday, May 7, 2015 and voted to amend the Sewer Rules and Regulations by adding the following subsection E to Section 6: Limited Capacity.
The Provincetown Water and Sewer Board held a public hearing on Thursday, May 7, 2015 and voted to expand the Final Area of Concern to include those properties served by the Phase 2, Phase 3, and Phase 4 sewer extensions and... Read on...