Falmouth Heights – Maravista
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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TO READ ABOUT THE MAYFLOWER WIND PROJECT (offshore wind farm/onshore underground cables possibly through the Heights Beach & Worcester Ct/Ave or Falmouth Heights Road areas) and view 3 FHMNA quarter- and half-page articles published in The Falmouth Enterprise, scroll down the left column under “Pages” and click on “Mayflower Wind Project Information“.
To Donate to our Mayflower Wind Fund using the yellow button at the bottom of the left-hand column, click on the button and use the drop-down to choose either our General Fund or Mayflower Wind.
TO READ PAST NEWS, click on dates under “Annual Archives” (left column, scroll down).
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EVENTS (selected; hosted by FHMNA or in our focus area): August 2022 – July 2023:
CAPE COD MARATHON: Sunday, October 2, 2022. Click here to see the route map.
ASICS FALMOUTH ROAD RACE: Sunday, August 21, 2022. See www.falmouthroadrace.com. Also see falmouthpolice.com/ the week before for traffic information.
ANNUAL MEETING: Saturday, August 6, 2022, 8:15 a.m. Falmouth Yacht Club. See FHMNA 2022 Annual Meeting Draft Minutes.
EVENTS (selected; hosted by FHMNA or in our focus area): August 2021 – July 2022:
FALMOUTH FIREWORKS: July 4, 2022, Heights Beach.
SPRING SOCIAL: June 5, 2022, 1:00-3:30 PM. Free (pizza) to members. Cash bar. LIMIT 100. RSVP required to email@example.com. Shipwrecked Restaurant.
ANNUAL CLEANUP: April 23, 2022. For our report withh photos, click here.
FALL CLEAN-UP: Saturday, December 4, 2021, 9AM – 11AM. Rain date Sunday, December 5, 2021.
FALL PIZZA PARTY: Sunday, October 17, 2021, 12:30 to 3:30 PM, Shipwrecked Restaurant. Over 75 people attended.
ASICS FALMOUTH ROAD RACE: Sunday, August 15, 2021. See www.falmouthroadrace.com.
ANNUAL MEETING: Saturday, August 7, 2021, 8:30 AM, Falmouth Yacht Club. See 2021 08 07 FHMNA Annual Meeting Approved Minutes.
4 Directors, terms ending 8/25
3 Directors, terms ending 8/23
2 Alternates, annual terms
Regarding this weekend’s Marathon: We spoke with the Falmouth Police who said some roads may be closed during the Marathon, but had no specific instructions as in past years. The…
Highlights from the 9/19/2022 Traffic Advisory Committee meeting, pertinent to FHMNA members, as reported by Frank Rizzotti, our newly appointed Liaison to the TAC: 1. The Acting Town Manager approved…
Member’s street addresses provided Worcester Court – No one parked on Worcester Court and I did not have people stopping to ask to park on our lawn; the traffic congestions…
The following article was published by The Falmouth Enterprise on August 26, 2022: Data Show Sewering Falmouth’s Little Pond Reduced Nitrogen In Groundwater • By GILDA GEIST The sewering of…
It has come to the attention of the FHMNA Board of Directors that there are many Heights/Maravista residents, and in fact, Falmouth residents, who are still unaware of Mayflower Wind’s…
Below, see The Falmouth Enterprise article published Friday, 8/5/22, pages 1-2: “Falmouth Heights Homeowners React Warily To Historic Designation” with this correction on 8/12/22, page 2: “A story in last…
Can Mayflower Wind install the proposed electric cable and substation in Falmouth without Town approval? This is a question asked of the Falmouth Assistant Town Manager Peter Johnson-Staub and the…
On April 21, 2022, residents of Crown Circle and the surrounding streets received a letter from the Falmouth Historical Commission (FHC) discussing the possibility of establishing a Local Historic District…
For your information, on 7/29/22, we received the following email from our Falmouth Select Board Chairperson with respect to our ongoing opposition to Mayflower Wind’s intended cable routing through the…
The following is from The Falmouth Enterprise: Mayflower Wind’s Sponsorship Of Falmouth Fireworks Sparks Debate By TAO WOOLFE, Jul 8, 2022 Spectators came from all over on Monday, July 4th,…