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Early Voting Hours

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

EARLY VOTING HOURS FOR

2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

(Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020)

LOCATION:            Edgartown Town Hall

                      70 Main Street

Edgartown, MA 02539

 

DATES & TIMES:     Two (2) Weeks of In Person early voting is available to voters for this particular election; including weekends beginning October 17, 2020.

Saturday, October 17th through Friday, October 30, 2020

Mondays thru Fridays: 8 AM – 4 PM

Saturdays:  2 PM – 4 PM

Sundays:  10 AM – 12 PM

Please feel free to contact the Town Clerk’s Office with questions or concerns at (508) 627-6110.

Thank you,

Town Clerk’s Office

Edgartown Continuity of Operations Plan # 6 - Edffective Sep 9, 2020

Tuesday, 08 September 2020

Please click below to read Edgartown's Continuity of Operations plan, including the reopening of portions of town hall on an appointment only basis, including a downloadable copy of the CPVID-19 Exposure Questionnaire:

https://edgartown-ma.us/downloads-documents-forms-etc/click-here-for-downloads/item/edgartown-co

CPC Application and guidelines 2020

Friday, 11 September 2020

Town of Edgartown 

Community Preservation Committee

 

Applications are due Friday, October 9, 2020 

by 4:00pm


For information and forms click here or contact Kristy Rose: 508-627-6180 krose@edgartown-ma.us.

Mail in Ballot Tracking

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Voters who have requested an Absentee or Early Voting by mail ballot now
have the ability to track their ballot through the Massachusetts Secretary of

State’s website at

https://www.sec.state.ma.us/wheredoivotema/track/trackmyballot.aspx

For more information, please click here.

Voluntary Water Conservation

Monday, 31 August 2020

On August i3th, the Cape and Islands were classified as a Level 2 - Significant Drought. This determination was based on soil moisture content, the lack of rainfall and the dry conditions observed throughout the area. Our historical data would suggest that the aquifer is presently operating at the same characteristics as in the past. While this is good news, we believe in proactive decisions, resource management and conservation. It is for this reason that we remind you of our Voluntary Water Conservation Measures. The recommended and Voluntary Water Conservation Measures consist of:

  • Watering of lawns is limited to odd / even days (based on house address) between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
  • Washing of sidewalks, patios and driveways is prohibited (excluding businesses for health / safety reasons).
  • Pistol-grip nozzles are to be used on all hoses used for washing cars and on hoses at dockside facilities.
  • Restaurants may serve water at the request of the patron.

The Edgartown Water Department monitors the condition of the aquifer on a daily basis. This information is then examined for trends that indicate the water availability and potential well production. This information is also compared to historical data. At present, all operations within the Water Department are normal, with the aquifer in the same condition as years past. Should we recognize a trending pattern that would suggest a diminishing water supply, we will inform the public and advise accordingly.

Any questions may be directed to William R. Chapman - Water Superintendent at 508-627-4717

Shellfish License Information (Updated for 2020)

Wednesday, 19 August 2020

Obtaining a Shellfish License: 

Senior Resident Shellfish Licenses from 2019 have all been renewed. If you have yours from last year, you can use that. If not, please see below. 
 
All Shellfish Licenses: In Person Shellfish License Sales will be available in the parking lot of Town Hall under the tent on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Please bring exact change or check. Mask required. 
 
All other inquiries contact Kristy Rose in the Selectmen's Office krose@edgartown-ma.us

Masks and exact change or check required.

Please click below for detailed information for both residents and non-residents on obtaining a shellfish permit:

https://edgartown-ma.us/faqs/frequently-asked-questions/shellfish-faq/item/obtaining-a-shellfish-license-2020

Face Coverings in Public Places Order

Monday, 04 May 2020

On May 1, 2020, Governor Baker issued an Order Requiring Face Coverings in Public Places Where Social Distancing is Not Possible  - COVID-19 Order No. 31

Link to the Order here:

https://www.mass.gov/doc/may-1-2020-masks-and-face-coverings/download


The Order is effective May 6, 2020 (click "continue reading" below for more details).

Current Marriage License Information

Friday, 08 May 2020

The clerk’s office is currently available on an appointment only basis to obtain Marriage Intentions. 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 10 am to 12 pm.
You are required to wear a mask and gloves as well as provide your own black ink pen to fill out the required paperwork.

As a reminder – there is a three (3) day waiting period to pick up your certificate and a sixty (60) day timeframe to get married once you file your paperwork. If you do not currently have a set wedding date, please consider waiting to file until you have a concrete date. 
Please call our office, (508) 627-6110, to make your appointment and for further instructions on the complete process

Supplemental Medical Professional Capability Request

Saturday, 21 March 2020

In the event we need to supplement our emergency medical capabilities, the Town is putting together a list of retired, semi-retired, and/or seasonal public health professionals such as; physicians, nurses, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians, dentists, veterinarians, and first responders.  If interested please send point of contact info to: selectmen@edgartown-ma.us

Federal Census for 2020

Wednesday, 01 April 2020

Recently, you should have received a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau,
inviting you to go online to respond to the 2020 federal Census.

The U.S. Census counts every person in the country every 10 years. The
information gathered through the census is used to decide how much our
communities get in state and federal money for things like public health,
transportation, and education.

The census is quick, easy, and important, and all of your answers are
confidential.

Please visit www.my2020census.gov and be counted today.

Town of Edgartown

Thursday, 19 September 2013

One of New England's most elegant communities, Edgartown was Martha's Vineyard's first colonial settlement and it has been the county seat since 1642. The stately white Greek Revival houses built by the whaling captains have been carefully maintained. They make the town a museum-piece community, a seaport village preserved from the early 19th century.

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