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Our purpose is to preserve the character of the village and to work with town officials from Falmouth to meet the changing needs of West Falmouth and the greater Falmouth community including the restoration of West Falmouth Harbor.

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Falmouth Clean Up

Saturday, April 25 - Saturday, May 2, 2015


We need all the help we can get. Please inform Sue or Milt Williamson as to which streets or areas you will volunteer to clean up.  

Thanks to Martha Asendorf for already cleaning up and grooming the island of flowers at Brick Kiln Rd. and Rt. 28A. Sue and Milt Williamson are continuing to pick up from their location at 658 WFH to Chapoquoit Beach parking lot via Old Dock Road and Chapoquoit Road.
Please let us know of other volunteer actions.

View to Falmouth Clean Up PDF for more details.

Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

Homes and businesses along West Falmouth Highway are encouraged to put out white lights during the holidays to show community spirit.
View the poster (PDF)

West Falmouth Day
A free, family-friendly event at Swift Park & Playground, Blacksmith Shop Road, West Falmouth

Thanks for coming to West Falmouth Day on October 12, 2014. We enjoyed seeing so many smiling faces from all around our community. Please come back next year!

West Falmouth Day 2014

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West Falmouth beach protected forever with conservation restriction

West Falmouth protected coastal habitat

The generosity of the Shearer family is shown through a remarkable gift of a conservation restriction co-held by the Buzzards Bay Coalition and The 300 Committee Land Trust.
Near Chapoquoit Beach in West Falmouth lies a special stretch of beach and coastal habitat. Tall dunes rise up over the shore, protecting a community of plants and shrubs sandwiched between West Falmouth Harbor and Buzzards Bay.
View photos of this unique coastal habitat that is now protected forever.

West Falmouth Village Association Annual Meeting Highlights:

•  Thank You to outgoing President of the WFVA, Su Moran, now a Selectman in Falmouth
Su helped spearhead many projects in West Falmouth.

•  Welcome to John Weyand, new President of the WFVA

•  John Ross receives the West Falmouth Villager Award
John has devoted many years to preserving the waters of Buzzards Bay and West Falmouth Harbor.

•  Thank you to departing WFVA Board Members
Chuck Eastman and Peter Gedney

•  Welcome to new WFVA Board Members
Rob Bowerman, Mary Bunker Ryther, Phil Nehro and Tracy Birmingham

•  Falmouth Day (3rd Annual), Sunday, October 12, 2014 at Swift's Playground
Rain Date, Monday, October 13th.

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Town posts latest draft of CWMP
July 2013

Dear Friends of Crocker's Pond,

The town has posted the latest draft CWMP which includes their revisions, responses and re-assessments in light of all the comments that were made regarding the previous draft. The committee did include more information on Crocker's Pond which is not a difficult task for them since they included no information on it before. > read more

On Crocker Pond—West Falmouth Neighbors Worry About Pollution
Cape Cod Wave - By Laura M. Reckford

On a recent Friday morning, an osprey swooped low over Crocker Pond in West Falmouth but then angled back up. No fish to be seen.

“They’re not awake yet,” said Mary Bunker Ryther, 50, who grew up on Crocker Pond and now lives just a quarter mile up the road in North Falmouth. Her Norwich terrier Rogue positioned himself on the edge of the Bunker family dock and looked intently into the water, willing a fish to squiggle to the surface. Nothing yet. Just clear water all the way to the bottom.

The pond off West Falmouth Highway (Route 28A) at the intersection of Thomas B. Landers Road is bound by the Bunker property taking up most of one side and Bourne Farm taking up most of the other. It is a serene place.

Ryther knows there are fish in the pond, always have been for the more than 65 years her family has lived next to it. But she is concerned about the future and whether the abundant wildlife in and around the pond will be there for her grandchildren and their children. > Read more

Membership Survey

Please take a moment to fill out our Membership Survey, and either mail or email it to the WFVA (instructions provided with the survery). Thank you!
Membership Survey
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Falmouth Bikeways Committee Survey

The Falmouth Bikeways Committee is seeking your input; please fill out this survey. It will give the committee a better understanding of bicycle rider needs in Falmouth. The survey will take five to six minutes. Your bicycling needs will be incorporated into bicycling planning. Please only complete this survey one time. The committee would like the widest range of citizens to participate in this survey.

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