Dara Gannon: Remember Sean by showing up for others

Today marks the first anniversary of the tragic loss of Yarmouth K9 Sergeant Sean Gannon who was shot and killed in the line of duty serving an arrest warrant in Marstons Mills. In a Cape Cod Times column, his wife Dara Gannon thanks the community for support over the past year.

               As the one-year anniversary of my husband’s death approaches, my thoughts turn to the days following April 12. The fog of grief clouded much of my memory during those early months. However, I clearly recall the sea of tear-stained faces lining the procession route. I witnessed love that day; it was a gift I will never forget.t.

               Thank you for your prayers and your meaningful letters. Thank you for the pictures drawn by your children, for the flowers, gifts, cards and the many homemade meals. Thank you for the stickers on your cars, and the blue lights and flags on your homes. For all of that, and for so much more, I am eternally grateful.l.l.

               Sean has been honored by the community in so many beautiful ways. Yet, he was a private person and did not like being the center of attention. He never sought recognition for himself. He acted on his principles and led by example. That’s how he lived his life, on and off the job. He inspires me every single day.

               If you want to remember Sean, find your own quiet way to show someone you care. That note or text you’ve been meaning to write but keep putting off — send it. Take time to ask a friend or a colleague how he or she is doing, and really listen. Own up to a mistake and make it right. Pick up the extra shift for someone who needs the time off. Buy a coffee or pay the toll for a stranger behind you. No gesture is too small. To that person, it could make all the difference that day. We each have a special gift. Please use yours for someone else. I feel that is Sean’s legacy.

               While my loss has been quite public, we usually can’t see the challenges facing others. But if we keep showing up for each other, we don’t have to carry the pain alone. Over the last year, I’ve watched as you wrapped your arms around other families in need. It makes me proud to call Cape Cod my home.

               This April 12 will be a private day for me and my family, but I will never forget the comfort and support that the community has given us and our family in blue. Thank you for holding Sean in your hearts. Let’s keep taking care of each other.


Notice of Town Office Closure for the Patriots’ Day Holiday

Town offices will be closed on Monday, April 15th for the observance of the Patriots’ Day Holiday.   


National Volunteer Week this year is recognized during April 7-13, 2019
This year’s theme is “Volunteers Making A Difference Every Moment”.  The Town of Barnstable benefits from the service of many volunteers every day.  THANK YOU to all of those volunteers who give countless hours to serve on our various boards, committees and commissions.   Where would we be without the dedicated volunteers who work with our Recreation Division’s Beach Sticker/Parking Permit program? Or our Senior Services volunteers who do everything from greeting visitors at the front desk to driving the Silver Express van and Toyota Camry to helping prepare taxes during this time of year? Or those volunteers who work assisting our staff with our Shellfish propagation program?  The Barnstable Police Department’s Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) is widely recognized as an outstanding volunteer program with volunteers serving at the front desk and as couriers and they are a vital part of the Hyannis Main Street and West Villages Police Substations.  Barnstable Public Schools have hundreds of volunteers on a daily basis.  We are truly grateful for all of you who give back to your community and we hope that you will continue to do so.  Thank you for your service!


Town of Barnstable Notice of Adoption of Fees Changes  

A public hearing on proposed changes to various, permits and programs within the Town of Barnstable was held on February 12, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the New Town Hall Hearing Room, 2nd Floor, 367 Main Street, Hyannis, MA. Fee changes will take effect on July 1, 2019 for the following Departments, DPW Solid Waste Division, Water Supply Division, Water Pollution Control Division, and Recreation Divisions and were adopted by the Town Manager on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.  They may be viewed on the Town website at www.town.barnstable.ma.us or in the Town Managers Office Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, located at the Town Hall 2nd floor, 367 Main Street, Hyannis, MA. 

Hyannis Water System Fees

Hyannis Water System Rates

Solid Waste Division Fees

Water Pollution Control Fees


NEW Small Vessel Storage Permits

Required for all small vessels stored on Town owned land!  This decal enables better tracking of all vessels stored on Town owned land as well as an added resource for emergency contact should a vessel go adrift.

Permit decals are available for purchase Monday through Friday 8:30 AM-4:15 PM at the Marine and Environmental Affairs Department located at 1189 Phinney's Lane, Centerville. Any questions please contact the Harbormaster’s Office at: 508-790-6273 Fee:$25.00 for mooring permit holders; $50.00 for non-mooring permit holders.

Update on Water Quality Resource Management Efforts in Barnstable
Barnstable’s Channel 18 has prepared a YouTube playlist of pieces they have done on Water Quality Resource Efforts in the Town of Barnstable.  The pieces include Town Manager Mark Ells talking about Water Quality Planning, Herring Run 2019, Cotuit Bay Dredging, Barnstable at Work – Hyannis Water Supply Division, Water Quality Testing in the Three Bays and more.  At the January 3, 2019 Town Council meeting, DPW Director Dan Santos presented an Update on Wastewater Management Efforts in Barnstable.  Mr. Santos was joined by Assistant DPW Director Rob Steen, Interim Town Engineer Amanda Ruggiero, and Interim Assistant Town Engineer Griffin Beaudoin who have been working on the planning internally.  We thought we would share this important information again in this week’s eNews.  Mr. Santos’ presentation can be viewed here. Additional updates have been provided at the February 28, 2019 Town Council Meeting and March 21, 2019 Town Council Meeting.

Complimentary 6-hr parking at Red Cross Lot, Hyannis

The Town of Barnstable is pleased to announce complimentary 6-hour parking at the Red Cross Lot located at 299 South Street, Hyannis.  Located in central downtown Hyannis, the Red Cross lot provides a convenient location for everyone to #ParkHappyBarnstable with year-round easy access to local businesses on Main Street, the HyArts Cultural District, Hyannis Village Green, the Hyannis Harbor Overlook, the Hyannis Harbor as well as the various transportation options nearby.  For information about parking permits and the many other programs we offer, please feel free to contact us or visit our website.
Barnstable Parking Management Program
200 Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
We are happy to help!


School Vacation Week with Barnstable Recreation and the HYCC


Upcoming Lottery for an Affordable Rental Unit at Ridgewood Avenue


Grand Opening of BHS Innovation Learning Library
and Dedication of William F. Butler Collaboration Lounge

The Grand Opening of the Barnstable High School Innovation Learning Library and the Dedication of the William F. Butler Collaboration Lounge took place on Tuesday, April 9th in the Barnstable High School Library.  Superintendent Dr. Meg Mayo-Brown offered a welcome.  School Committee Chair Chris Joyce dedicated the William F. Butler Collaboration Lounge while Beth Butler, Sue Butler and Dr. Christopher Butler looked on.  Bill Butler’s contributions to Barnstable Public Schools were many having served as in-house Legal Counsel from 2004-2016 and as Interim Superintendent from 2015-2016.  In each of those roles, Bill insured the well-being of students, staff and families.  He was appreciated for his dry wit, practical mind, and ability to be a gentleman.  Bill’s commitment, dedication, and service to the Barnstable Public Schools community is a model for all.  The Barnstable High School Vocal Jazz Ensemble provided a musical interlude.  Principal Patrick Clark and Librarian Sharon Morgan shared highlights of the Innovation Learning Library.  The Innovation Learning Library provides a welcoming common space that encourages exploration, creation and collaboration between students, teachers and a broader community.  The physical and digital spaces for learning, social interaction and knowledge creation inspire students to construct new knowledge and meaning from the world around them.  Students were on hand with demonstrations of the Makerspace Room, Green Room, 3D Printing, and more.     


Chaitra McCarty Byrd, Semi-Finalist for 2020 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Chaitra McCarty Byrd, third grade teacher at Hyannis West, who has been named as a semi-finalist for 2020 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year! Barnstable teachers are amazing educators and we're so proud that Chaitra has been recognized by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. 


Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Sees Three (3) Hole-in-One Shots in One Week!

The unofficial start of the golfing season begins this weekend with “The Masters” tournament in Augusta, Georgia. The world’s best golfers vie for the coveted “Green Jacket” at arguably the most prestigious golf tournament of the year. Augusta National Golf Course is a spectacle to behold with the incredible floral display of thousands of ornamental trees and shrubs in full bloom coupled with an immaculately conditioned golf course that is a visual treat as well as a demanding test of golf for the PGA’s top touring Pros. Meanwhile, back on Cape Cod, diehard golfers have been out on the links for weeks taking advantage of bare ground conditions and typical “spring” weather to work on their games. The Golf gods were shining at Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds (OBF) Golf Course this past week, as three (3) lucky golfers scored holes in one during their rounds of golf! Congratulations go out to: Mia Hegarty, hole #4; Ellen Holmes, hole #15; and Jon Hirst, hole #2. Most golfers spend many years playing, hoping one day to score an “Ace,” knowing it probably will never happen. It is believed that this is the first time in the history of OBF (27 years) that three (3) people scored a hole-in-one in a one week span. An amazing feat!       


HYCC’s After School Program Hears Tick Talk

HYCC’s After School Program had Rita Mitchell from the Barnstable County Department of Health & Environment give a presentation on ticks.  She discussed different kinds of ticks, what to look for, and how to stay safe. 


A Sure Sign of Spring - Dock Repairs at Barnstable Harbor

Harbormaster staff readying Barnstable Harbor docks for installation. Docks will go into the water on April 17th.


Barnstable Transfer Station Now Accepting Credit Cards

The Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works Solid Waste Division will now be accepting credit and debit cards as a form of payment for all services, including annual stickers.  American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards are accepted.  Cash or checks, will also continue to be acceptable forms of payment at the Transfer Station and Recycling Center. For questions about this project, call P.J. Kelliher at 508-420-2258 or refer to the Town’s website.


Special Events on Town Property Webpage

The Town of Barnstable is proud to announce the launch of the new Special Events Page! This new resource advances our goal to create opportunities for special events on Town Property that enhance Barnstable’s quality of life and the unique character of the seven villages.


The new page is primarily for permitting events on Town public spaces and roadways through the Town Manager’s Office. The site is designed to support our resident and visitor event organizers and promote an efficient, positive, and streamlined permitting process from start to finish. It features the following:

·        Mobile-friendly event calendar to connect audiences to information on scheduled events, locations, available event links and much more.

·        For events held on public ways and spaces, the “Use of Town Property Application” is now available through online submission.

·        Forms and staff contacts for event enhancements (food, entertainment, etc. requiring additional permits) are provided in the “Forms/Documents” page.

·        Site plans of frequently reserved town properties on the “Maps” page to aid event organizers.

·        Facilities under designated department management such as Town Beaches & Recreation facilities, the HyArts Cultural District Campus, Sandy Neck, the Barnstable Adult Community Center and Hyannis Youth & Community Center are listed within “Facilities & Links” page.


Barnstable Public Schools Kindergarten Registration Is Open!

To enroll your child in kindergarten for September 2019 please visit our district website to begin the online registration process!  PRE-REGISTER AT www.barnstable.k12.ma.us.

Requirements for Enrollment:

·        Students must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2019.

·        You must be a full-time resident of Barnstable.

·        If you are in the process of moving to Barnstable, you may begin the pre-registration process. Registration will be completed once you are residing in Barnstable and provide the required documentation.

·        After you complete the online process use the online scheduler to make an appointment with the school your child will be attending.

·        At your appointment, please bring all required documents and a valid photo ID.  Registration appointments completed by May 1st will be entered into a drawing to win a book gift basket for your kindergartener.

·        If your child currently attends Enoch Cobb Early Learning Center, they are already registered for Kindergarten. 

Prescreening Dates:

 (After you register your child he/she will be screened at their school on the following date):

Barnstable West Barnstable: May 10, 2019

West Villages: May 17, 2019

HyWest: May 20, 2019

Centerville: May 22, 2019

Barnstable Innovation School: May 28, 2019


As always please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through the road construction areas and follow posted safety signs.

*NEW* Spring Road Work Program (Cedar Street, West Barnstable)
Paving improvements are planned for Cedar Street, W. Barnstable.  Work is scheduled to begin during the week of April 15 and continue through until June 14, 2019. Traffic during construction operations may be delayed and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction work.  Specific traffic detours will be communicated as the work progresses and as updated information becomes available. The work hours will be 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

*NEW* Pavement Improvements on Various Public Roadways in the Town of Barnstable

Pavement improvements are scheduled to commence during the week of April 15, 2019 on various public roads in the Town of Barnstable. The list of roads includes the following:

Cotuit:                                 Abbey Gate
                                             Buckingham Way

Oxford Drive

Queen Anne Lane

Marstons Mills:                 Cinderella Terrace

High View Circle

West Barnstable:              Bursley Path

Cedar Street

Locust Avenue

Lothrups Lane

The Town’s contractor for this project is MCE Dirtworks.  The construction activities include clearing of overgrowth along the road sides, street sweeping, pavement milling, placement of new pavement surfaces and restoration of disturbed areas.  Normal work hours will be between 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Construction is scheduled to continue through until June 14, 2019.   Through traffic will be maintained on these roads throughout construction.  Any lane closures will be supported with police details to direct traffic.  Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction work.  As always, please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through the road construction areas, and follow posted safety and detour signs.

*UPDATED* Crosswalk Improvements on Main Street, School Street, High Street & Ocean View Avenue in Cotuit

Crosswalk improvements in Cotuit are ongoing.  Remaining activities include installation of new granite curb; new wheelchair ramps; new paved crosswalk surfaces; installation of signage; restoration of disturbed areas and installation of a new 3-way stop traffic pattern at the intersection of Main Street and Ocean View Avenue.  Normal work hours will be between 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Construction is scheduled to continue until May 23, 2019.   Through traffic will be maintained on these roads throughout construction.  During active construction in the roadway, there will be lane closures with police details to direct traffic.  Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction work.

As always, please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through the road construction areas, and follow posted safety and detour signs.
*UPDATED* Road Work on Sea Street, South Street, and Ocean Avenue in Hyannis Construction activities during April 12-19 are scheduled to include pavement reconstruction in the intersection of Sea Street & South Street and extending up to 400 feet north, east, and west of the intersection, and also extending south to Nautical Road. After each section of road pavement is reconstructed, the contractor will install curbs and sidewalks along these areas. In addition, the contractor will continue installing curbs and sidewalks along Ocean Avenue and Sea Street between Keyes Memorial Beach and Nautical Road. The contractor will also adjust catch basins and manholes in these areas, install underground electrical conduit for street lighting, and perform other associated work. Businesses and residences along the work zones will remain accessible to traffic throughout the work. During active construction in the roadway there will be lane closures and detours with police details to direct traffic. Traffic may be delayed during this work, and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction area.

*UPDATED* Road Work on Route 149, Main Street, and River Road in Marstons Mills
Construction activities during April 12-19 are scheduled to include paving, installing curbs and sidewalks, constructing off-road stormwater treatment systems that will be landscaped later in the project, constructing a retaining wall on the east side of Route 149 opposite the gas station, and other associated work. Businesses and residences along the work zones will remain accessible to traffic throughout the work. During active construction in the roadway there will be lane closures and detours with police details to direct traffic. Traffic may be delayed during this work, and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction area.

*CONTINUES* Overhead Utility Line Relocations Route 149 & Main Street Marstons Mills 
Verizon has installed new utility poles in some locations along Route 149 between Route 28 and Lovell’s Lane, as well as on Main Street between Route 149 and the former elementary school. Eversource and Verizon will be relocating their overhead lines to the new poles, and when that is completed they will remove the old poles. This work is in conjunction with the Town project to improve these sections of roadway. The overhead utility relocations are not expected to interfere with traffic, although temporary lane closures with police details might be necessary in some locations.
*CONTINUES* Route 28 (Falmouth Road) at Bearse’s Way
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will continue their roadway improvements for the “Route 28 Intersection Improvements at Bearse’s Way.” The project includes traffic signal and pedestrian improvements, constructing retaining walls and medians, and road widening.  Traffic during construction operations will be delayed and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction work.  Specific traffic detours will be communicated as the work progresses and as updated information becomes available. The work hours will be 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

*CONTINUES* SNEP Grant Stormwater, Prince Avenue (next to Prince Cove Marina) in Marstons Mills 

The sand filter is completed and will be planted in the spring. The area is open to traffic.
*CONTINUES* Coastal Pollutant Remediation Grant Project Section (River Road, Marstons Mills and Putnam Avenue, Cotuit)
Work continues at new sites for future green stormwater control infrastructure placement.  Field work can include but is not limited to site visits, survey, soil borings, pulling manhole covers and wetland delineation. This work will continue through 2019.
*CONTINUES* Ropes Beach, Old Shore Road, Cotuit

Work on the retrofit stormwater system located in front of the sea wall may start the week of April 12th and will run to June 29. PLEASE NOTE:  Drivers who are traveling through the affected areas should expect delays, reduce speed, and use caution. 
*CONTINUES* SNEP Grant Stormwater - Cordwood Landing, Cotuit
Remaining work includes the plantings to be completed in the spring.  Area is open to vehicles. This is a “No Plow” area.
*CONTINUES* National Grid Upgrading Natural Gas Mains - Centerville
22 to 369 South Main Street, Centerville.   The work will include marking underground utilities, excavating utility trenches, installing new gas mains, backfilling the trenches and repaving.  As part of this project, National Grid will also replace the natural gas service piping that connects the main to the customer’s gas meters. Construction is expected to occur within the dates listed above, weather permitting. National Grid has committed to complete this project promptly and with minimal disruption to the community. Visit
ngrid.com/mainline to view a YouTube video on this gas main replacement process. A second video explaining the replacement of the service pipe to customer homes is available at ngrid.com/service line. National Grid will distribute written notifications to all affected constituents. Operations will start promptly at 7:00 AM and run until 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.  Reduce speed, and use caution. All scheduled work is weather dependent and/or may be impacted due to an emergency situation.
*CONTINUES* Road Work on Main Street and School Street in Cotuit
The DPW began crosswalk modifications on Main Street and School Street in Cotuit Village on April 1, 2019. The modifications will include removing, resetting and installing new granite curb; improving handicap accessibility; installing new stamped-asphalt crosswalks; installing a raised crosswalk across School Street in front of the US Post Office; creating a new three-way stop traffic pattern at the intersection of Main Street and Ocean View Avenue; repaving of disturbed sidewalk areas; and restoring any disturbed areas as needed. Work is currently scheduled to be completed by Memorial Day weekend, 2019. During active construction in the roadway there will be lane closures and detours with police details to direct traffic. Traffic may be delayed during this work, and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction areas.

*CONTINUES* Vineyard Wind Upland Route - Design Work

Vineyard Wind continues to collect their field data (both survey and boring) for their design work. Feldman Land Surveyors (Feldman) as surveyors for Vineyard Wind’s power duct bank project in Barnstable, will have a survey crew (using a Feldman truck with yellow flashing lights) on the streets of Barnstable next week for 3-4 days, to establish right of way lines and to obtain supplement mapping. Boring crew will be beginning their efforts at Covell’s Beach travelling north along the proposed duct bank route. The proposed duct bank route includes Craigville Beach Road, Strawberry Hill Road, Route 28 (crossing), Wequaquet Lane, Phinney’s Lane, Route 132 (crossing), Attucks Lane and Independence Drive. Boring work is estimated to be complete by April 30, 2018.
*CONTINUES* From the Army Corps of Engineers: Bourne Bridge Lane Restrictions

Maintenance work on the Bourne Bridge spanning the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne, MA, has started, and weather permitting, will continue through about May 23, 2019, according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New England District officials.  During the work, travel over the Bourne Bridge will be reduced from two lanes in each direction to ONE WIDER 12-FOOT LANE IN EACH DIRECTION. State and local police will be on duty at all times work is being performed to assist the motoring public.  The lane restrictions will remain in place 24 hours per day. Motorists planning to use the Bourne Bridge should be aware that travel delays are likely to occur during the morning and afternoon peak travel periods each day.  This bridge work is critical to maintaining the structural integrity of the bridges, which are a vital component to the transportation system of Cape Cod, the Islands and southeastern Massachusetts. Work will include the replacement of bridge joints on the roadway, repair of deteriorated steel and concrete, patching of damaged pavement surfaces, and replacement of waterproof membranes. Work crews will also perform maintenance work on the bridge lighting and drainage systems during this timeframe.  Traffic signs, message boards and bridge work alert emails will be used to help inform motorists about pending lane restrictions and bridge work. To sign up for bridge work alert emails send an email to CapeCodCanalBridges@usace.army.mil with the subject title "Bridge Work Alerts." An email alert is sent when there is a major change to the bridge work status or schedule.  Additionally, updates are available from the Corps' New England District via Facebook and Twitter: on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CorpsNewEngland; on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CorpsNewEngland. Or visit the District website at http://www.nae.usace.army.mil.


Recycling Notice

The Solid Waste Division is continuing to adjust its recycling operations to be the most efficient and fiscally responsible for its sticker holders. On February 4, 2019, the Transfer Station & Recycling Center began accepting source separated NEWSPAPER in a designated container in the Recycle Area. Source separated newspaper currently holds a higher value in the recycling market when separated from Mixed Paper. By separating Newspaper, we intend to lower the cost of disposal for Mixed Paper while increasing the return of value for Newspaper.  Source Separated Recyclables will now be separated into six categories. These categories will be:

  • Corrugated Cardboard (corrugated cardboard similar to shipping and Amazon boxes. Some items not accepted are soiled boxes or greasy pizza boxes)
  • Plastics (clean plastic jars, tubs, jugs and bottles. Some items not included are 5-gallon buckets, large kids toys, Styrofoam, plastic bags)
  • Mixed paper (paperboard, mail, magazines, office paper)
  • Newspaper (clean newspaper only, free of excessive ink, non-paper material and other mixed paper, no inserts)
  • Metal cans (clean aluminum, tin and steel food and beverage cans)
  • Glass (clean clear and colored glass bottles and jars. Some items not included are Pyrex, window and automotive glass).

Sticker holders will be responsible for separating their recyclable items and disposing of them into the respective containers. The largest concern with recyclables is contamination. Please clean and/or rinse any residue from all recyclables.  We will be installing updated signs and personnel in the Recycle Center will help with any questions and concerns. Please visit MassDEP’s Recyclopedia at https://recyclesmartma.org/ for more information on what recyclable items are widely acceptable.  We appreciate everyone’s patience and assistance.

Are You on the Town’s Reverse 911 System?
The Barnstable Police Department has an emergency notification system. This system was used during the recent winter storms.  Make sure you are on our list. Sign up here today. What is CodeRED and why is it important to me? CodeRED is an emergency notification service by which town officials can notify Barnstable residents and businesses by telephone, cellular phone, text message, or electronic mail about time‐sensitive emergency situations or important community alerts. The system is capable of sending messages only to specific neighborhoods or the entire town.  Only authorized officials are allowed access to use the system.  Frequently asked questions can be reviewed here.  Be sure to take a moment to learn more about this important notification system.

Barnstable Residents – become involved in your town’s government, apply for a position on a board, committee or commission
The Town of Barnstable has over 40 boards, committees, and commissions with approximately 291 seats. Our citizen participation is exemplary and the Town Council appreciates each and every member who serves. If you are a resident of Barnstable and are interested, please consider submitting an application. The appointments committee consists of five Town Councilors who interview applicants and make recommendations to the Town Council.  All Councilors then vote to appoint members at the Town Council meetings.  If you are a resident and registered to vote in the Town of Barnstable and are interested in serving on a board or committee, please visit our web page linked from the Town website and fill out the application. For a more detailed description and responsibilities of the committees listed, please contact the Town Council office council@town.barnstable.ma.us or phone 508-862-4738.


Looking for a Job?  The Town of Barnstable is a Great Place to Work.
To see what positions are currently available, click here.   Apply online by clicking on the job title you are interested in and click the “Apply” link.  If this is the first time you are applying using the online job application, you need to create an account and select a username and password.  After your account has been established, you can build an application by clicking on the “Build Job Application” link.  This application can be saved and used to apply for more than one job opening. 


Are you interested in the Bids and Request for Proposals (RFPs) the Town of Barnstable puts out?
Find all the Invitations for Bid and RFPs for the Town that are currently available to the public here.


Last Week’s Question: The Festival of Museums is taking place at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center on Saturday, April 6th.  Can you name three museums located in the Hyannis Main Street area of the Town of Barnstable? Rebecca Lawrence was quick with the correct response:  Cape Cod Maritime Museum, John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, and Zion Union Heritage Museum.


This Week’s Question:  Which two states celebrate Patriots’ Day? Please email your answer here.