To preserve and improve the residential character of the Falmouth Heights and Maravista neighborhoods. To protect and enhance our beaches, parks, estuaries and other public spaces. To encourage activities that promote civic pride and the healthful and peaceful enjoyment of our neighborhoods. To provide a forum to identify concerns affecting our neighborhoods, make relevant information available to our members, and address areas of concern with appropriate Town bodies.
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EVENTS: August 2019 – July 2020 (Year-to-Date):
FALMOUTH FIREWORKS: Saturday, July 4, 2019, about 9 PM, Falmouth Heights Beach. Festivities all day at the adjoining ball field. Updated road closure information will provided by the Falmouth Police prior to the date. For more information and/or to contribute, see Falmouth Fireworks.
CAPE COD MARATHON: Sunday, October 27, 2019. FHMNA volunteers to operate a water station at Worcester Ave.
NEW BALANCE FALMOUTH ROAD RACE: Sunday, August 18, 2019. www.falmouthroadrace.com. Road closure information provided by the Falmouth Police.
FHMNA SUMMER DINNER DANCE: Thursday, August 15, 2019, 7 PM – midnight. Coonemessett Inn. Adult members and their guests attended. RSVP required.
ANNUAL MEETING: Saturday, August 3, 2019, 8:15 – 10:15 AM, Falmouth Yacht Club. No RSVP required. See: 2019 08 03 Annual Meeting Minutes, Draft (3 pages)
EVENTS: August 2018 – July 2019:
FALMOUTH FIREWORKS: Thursday, July 4, 2019, about 9 PM, Falmouth Heights Beach.
FHMNA “SPRING INTO SUMMER” SOCIAL: Sunday, June 9, 2019, 3:00-5:30 PM. Soprano’s By The Sea. 150 members attended.
FHMNA ANNUAL CLEANUP HEIGHTS & MARAVISTA: April 27, 2019. Over 35 members and neighbors volunteered.
FALL PIZZA PARTY: October 13, 2018. Adult members (free) and guests ($5, free if join). Paul’s Pizza. Free pizza and salad.
NEW BALANCE FALMOUTH ROAD RACE: Sunday, August 19, 2018. www.falmouthroadrace.com.
ANNUAL MEETING: Saturday, August 4, 2018, 8:15 – 10:15 AM, Falmouth Yacht Club. See 2018 Annual Meeting Minutes (approved at 2019 meeting)
1 Director, term ending 8/20
2 Directors, terms ending 8/21
4 Directors, terms ending 8/22
2 Alternates, annual terms
The Water Quality Management Committee requests your input by the end of November regarding their “South Coast Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan” If you have a passionate interest in our coastal…
On Saturday, Sept 28, 2019, the FHMNA Board of Directors elected Dave Buzanoski and Debbie Scott to a one year term as Co-Presidents of the Falmouth Heights–Maravista Neighborhood Association. Their…
Spring into Summer June Party a popular event! On Sunday, June 9, 2019, about 150 FHMNA members and interested neighbors gathered at Soprano’s By the Sea. It was a glorious…
Minutes: September 16th, 2019 1. Old Business: C. Request to add “Caution Children” signage or similar on Mass Court. Additional request to discuss the possibility of adding a crosswalk crossing…
Toledo Street This was my 12th (almost) consecutive year running FRR. To me it seemed it was one of the best organized FRR races: Buses worked very well. Plenty of…
Update 8/27: “until further notice” messages may not be printed in the Enterprise, but on the Beach Dept. website “News Flash” From today’s Enterprise (8/23): “As the summer season begins…
Information links and Worcester Ct/Ave information. The New Balance Falmouth Road Rach starts at 9 AM in Woods Hole on Sunday 8/18/19. You can watch it live on FCTV, Channel…
On Saturday, August 31, 2019, at 10:00 AM, the FHMNA Board of Directors is honored to pay tribute to FHMNA past President, Rod Baltz, by dedicating a memorial plaque in…
As reported at the FHMNA Annual Meeting on 8/3/2019, neighbors of Helmis Circle have initiated a lawsuit against the Little Pond Village construction. The lawsuit court date is in September,…
On July 12, 2019, regarding removal of small water craft from Great Pond, the Enterprise Editorial “Small Craft and Wetlands” printed that the “First step will be to post signs….