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INCORPORATED 171 FALMOUTH Fall Leaf Bags Collection Dates Take Our Survey Over the past year, the Town of Falmouth launched a newsletter and increased the frequency of public forums/discussions, E-Alerts, social media posts, and mailings. We'd like to know how effective these efforts have been in keeping you informed about Town business. Take our communications survey MAINE Leaf bag collection dates are as follows: Friday, October 23 Friday, October 30 NO PICKUP ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Take Note Floats at Town Landing are scheduled to be removed, weather permitting, Friday, November 13 Friday, November 20 Bags should be placed curbside by 7am. Leaf bags are for leaves only. Do not place brush or trash in leaf bags. Brush is not collected curbside but is accepted at the at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/ FalmouthCommunicationsSurvey. on: October 15-16 (outside floats) November 2-3 (side floats) Mask up, Falmouth! Slow the spread of COVID-19 Transfer Station. FMI: Call 781-3919. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Absentee Ballots Available At Town Hall ASSESSMENT DURING COVID-19 2020 ELECTIONS The Town of Falmouth Clerk's Office has received over 4,000 requests for absentee ballots for the Falmouth residents may cast an absentee ballot prior to Election Day at Falmouth Town Hall (271 Falmouth Road), Mon.-Thurs., 8am-4pm. Voting will take place in the Council Chambers. Note: social distancing may November 3 election and absentee ballots are already result in longer wait times and lines forming outdoors. arriving in residents' mailboxes! The last day to request The Town will also offer Saturday hours for voting on LOWER RISK HIGHER RISK an absentee ballot is October 29. October 10, 17, and 24 from 9am-2pm. By Phone: Call and request your own ballot, which Polls open on Election Day at the Falmouth High School will be mailed to the address you provide. Call the Gym, 74 Woodville Road, from 7am-8pm. No voting will Voter Registrar in Falmouth at: 699-5320 or 699- take place at Town Hall on Election Day. Town Hall will 5308. be closed so staff can facilitate the elections at the Electronically: Request your own ballot electronically using the Secretary of State's online absentee ballot request service. In Person: Request a ballot at Falmouth Town Hall. or visit www.falmouthme.org. polling place. FMI: Call the Falmouth Town Clerk's Office at 781-5253 CDC cdc.gov/coronavirus INCORPORATED 171 FALMOUTH Fall Leaf Bags Collection Dates Take Our Survey Over the past year, the Town of Falmouth launched a newsletter and increased the frequency of public forums/discussions, E-Alerts, social media posts, and mailings. We'd like to know how effective these efforts have been in keeping you informed about Town business. Take our communications survey MAINE Leaf bag collection dates are as follows: Friday, October 23 Friday, October 30 NO PICKUP ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Take Note Floats at Town Landing are scheduled to be removed, weather permitting, Friday, November 13 Friday, November 20 Bags should be placed curbside by 7am. Leaf bags are for leaves only. Do not place brush or trash in leaf bags. Brush is not collected curbside but is accepted at the at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/ FalmouthCommunicationsSurvey. on: October 15-16 (outside floats) November 2-3 (side floats) Mask up, Falmouth! Slow the spread of COVID-19 Transfer Station. FMI: Call 781-3919. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Absentee Ballots Available At Town Hall ASSESSMENT DURING COVID-19 2020 ELECTIONS The Town of Falmouth Clerk's Office has received over 4,000 requests for absentee ballots for the Falmouth residents may cast an absentee ballot prior to Election Day at Falmouth Town Hall (271 Falmouth Road), Mon.-Thurs., 8am-4pm. Voting will take place in the Council Chambers. Note: social distancing may November 3 election and absentee ballots are already result in longer wait times and lines forming outdoors. arriving in residents' mailboxes! The last day to request The Town will also offer Saturday hours for voting on LOWER RISK HIGHER RISK an absentee ballot is October 29. October 10, 17, and 24 from 9am-2pm. By Phone: Call and request your own ballot, which Polls open on Election Day at the Falmouth High School will be mailed to the address you provide. Call the Gym, 74 Woodville Road, from 7am-8pm. No voting will Voter Registrar in Falmouth at: 699-5320 or 699- take place at Town Hall on Election Day. Town Hall will 5308. be closed so staff can facilitate the elections at the Electronically: Request your own ballot electronically using the Secretary of State's online absentee ballot request service. In Person: Request a ballot at Falmouth Town Hall. or visit www.falmouthme.org. polling place. FMI: Call the Falmouth Town Clerk's Office at 781-5253 CDC cdc.gov/coronavirus