*** BE ADVISED ***
*** THE CITY OF FALMOUTH WILL BY DOING HYDRANT FLUSING THE WEEK OF JUNE 10-14***
THE FALMOUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS CHILDREN'S BICYCLES IN THEIR POSSESSION THEY NEED TO DISPOSE OF TO CLEAR SPACE. IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS A MISSING BICYLCE OR FEEL ONE MAY HAVE BE BEEN STOLEN, PLEASE CONTACT THE FALMOUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 859-654-5555 WITH PROOF OF OWNERSHIP TO SEE IF ONE MIGHT BE YOURS. IF BY MAY 1, 2019 NOT CLAIMED, BIKES WILL BE DONATED .
GREAT JOB CRAIG SMITH!
We are pleased to announce that one of our Water Plant Operators Craig Smith has received his Drinking Water Treatment IIIA License. Craig has been with the city since February of 2012, during that time he has worked in various positions where he has contributed his time to garbage, electric, water distribution and sewer distribution. In June of 2015 he decided to transfer to the Water Production Department and became a Water Plant Operator for the city.
With his education and his experience, we believe he will do a splendid job in this new role and the responsibilities that come with being a licensed operator.
Please join the Mayor, City Council, and fellow employees in congratulating Craig Smith on receiving his DW Treatment IIIA License.
Public Notice - Caucus Meeting Cancelled
City of Falmouth is Closed New Years Day
Notice is hereby given that the Caucus Meeting for Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 6:30 pm has been cancelled.
City of Falmouth will meet in Regular Session on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 7:00 pm.
Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
City of Falmouth Public Works Begins Annual Leaf Collection
MONDAYS - WEDNESDAYS - FRIDAYS
City of Falmouth has begun annual leaf collection and will continue through the month of November. The vacuum truck will be out on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Guide for Quality Service for Leaf Collection – Help speed up leaf collections by taking note of the following guidelines.
- To avoid obstructing proper drainage and causing equipment damage, put leaves out to the edge of street.
- Do not mix leaves with limbs, brush, sticks, trash, rocks, bricks, or the like. Leaves containing these materials may be bypassed in order to prevent equipment damage and collection delays.
- Do not block leaf piles with vehicles.
- If you notice drainage grates clogged in your area, please call (859) 654-6937 to request cleaning.
Have additional questions? Please contact the City of Falmouth at (859) 654-6937.
CITY CAUCUS AND
REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS
A CAUCUS MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL SHALL BE HELD AT 6:30
PM, PREVAILING TIME, ON THE FIRST TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT CITY HALL. REGULAR MONTHLY MEETINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL
SHALL BE HELD AT 7:00 PM, PREVAILING TIME, ON THE THIRD TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH
AT CITY HALL.
City of Falmouth has scheduled a Special Council Meeting for Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 6:00 pm to take place in the City Council Chambers.
View Public Notice Special Meeting Agenda
Public Notice Special Meeting Called
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
City of Falmouth Breakdown of Recent Rate Changes
Job opening in the Public Works Department, seeking two employees to fill these positions. See Job Opportunities for more details.
2018 Mowing Contract City of Falmouth Request for Proposals
City of Falmouth
Regular Council Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
All City of Falmouth customers, if you would like to receive the refund due to the credit from the recent passing of the city Ordinances 71.24-2018 and 70.07-2018, please complete the Request for Refund form and submit to City Hall via walk-in, mail, or it can be e-mailed to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
Request for Refund Form
Public Notice Special Council Meeting
Notice is hereby given that City Council will have a Special Council Meeting on Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 6:00 pm
1. 2nd Reading Amending Water/Sewer Ordinance #71.25-2018 implementing incremental increases plus a decrease in the minimum usage charge.
2. Approval of Mayor Appointment of Shannon Clem for Police Chief.
3. Motion to adjourn.
Public Notice Special Council Meeting August 23, 2018
Public Notice Special Council Meeting
Notice is hereby given that City Council will have a Special Council Meeting on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 6:00 pm
1. 2nd Reading on Ordinance #70.07-2018 amending electric rates.
2. 2nd Reading on Ordinance #71.24-2018 amending water rates and sewer rates.
3. Motion to adjourn.
Public Notice Special Council Meeting August 9 2018
Amend Sewer Water Ordinance #71.24-2018
Amend Electric Ordinance #70.07-2018
Understanding that the recent service increases may have made it difficult to resident’s budgets, the City would ask that anyone having trouble paying the current bill, to contact the City and ask for additional time to pay. Provided residents are current on the prior bills, those before the increases, the City will grant an extension, prior to the imposition of any late fees and/or shut off. The City would ask that you contact the City and request the extension versus simply not paying.
Special Council Meeting
SCHEDULED A SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that City Council will have a Special Council Meeting on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 6:00 pm.
1. Amending Ordinance 70.06-2018-section 51.02 regarding electric rates.
2. Amending Ordinance 71.23-2018-section 50.40 regarding water rates.
3. Amending Ordinance 71.23-2018- section 50.40 regarding sewer rates.
4. Motion to adjourn.
Amending Ordinance 08-2018
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR UTILTITY CUSTOMERS
The City of Falmouth had a recent rate increase regarding utilities effective on bills for August 2018.
A breakdown is being provided to help customers understand the changes you are seeing with your utility bill.
If you believe there are issues that exceed this rate increase, please call City Hall so we may address the issue: 859.654.6937 or you may email any of the clerks at
Administrative Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org, Utility Clerk email@example.com, Accounts Payable firstname.lastname@example.org, or City Clerk email@example.com.
Keep in mind we are experiencing a high volume of calls; if you are sent to voicemail PLEASE leave a message with your name and phone number so we can return your call as soon as possible.
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The City of Falmouth’s Revitalization & Events committee hosted its Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, April 28th, which included 37 volunteers working across two shifts to spruce up the City! Teams began Downtown working primarily on Shelby and Main streets focusing on trash, debris and soot in gutters. While the entirety of the debris was not removed, teams worked diligently to clean sidewalks of grass, weeds and years of soot. Among the teams was one working on weeding and mulching around the city sign as well as pressure-washing the Veterans Park shelter. Lunch was provided at noon before the second shift began to close our the day of volunteerism. The City of Falmouth and Falmouth Forward committee would like to thank all who participated!
Additional work thanks to BB&T will be done on Veterans Park within the next month, and city streets will continue to be cleaned into the summer months. Thank you in advance for doing your part to keep our city clean! It takes each of us doing our small part to make out city a cleaner, safer place.
City employees gathered on April 21st to congratulate and honor our newly retired employee Jake Jacob. Jake was with the city for 14 years and will be greatly missed. If you see Jake out remember to wish him good health, happiness and continued success with his retirement!
Special Meeting Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at City Hall 6:30pm
The City will be Flushing Fire Hydrants from May 8-12, 2017. Beware and take notice because you may experience some low pressure water or some cloudy or discolored water do to the flushing of the hydrants.
Hydrant flushing is necessary to test the hydrants to make sure adequate flow and pressure is available. Flushing is also done to remove sediment from the pipes in order to maintain water clarity and quality in the distribution pipes.
City Hall will be closed Monday, May 29 in Observance of Memorial Day.