Due to a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mandated runway/taxiway improvement project, the Town of Provincetown will temporarily close Provincetown Municipal Airport (PVC) from Wednesday, April 1, through Thursday, April 30, 2020.
To help manage the spread of the Coronavirus, and as a precautionary measure, the Town of Provincetown has closed all Town buildings to public traffic, with the exception of the Police Department and the Airport. Staff will continue to work regular busine...
Currently postponed till April 22 (State allows 30 days extension at a time).
Ultimately the Board will likely postpone till early June. Stay tuned for updates.
Last day to submit ballot questions: Tuesday, April 7, 5:00...
The Coronavirus is growing and in an effort to minimize exposure for staff, residents, and visitors, the Town of Provincetown is closing all town buildings (except the Police Station and Airport) to public traffic beginning March 14, 2020. Regular Town bu...
In an effort to keep Provincetown’s residents and businesses informed regarding ongoing COVID-19 developments, we continue to provide updates regularly on the Town’s website and Facebook.
With the peak season behind us, the Town is upgrading the existing parking systems and replacing several parking booths to prepare for operations in 2020. Construction work at the MacMillan Pier and Grace Hall municipal lots is expected to begin on Octobe...
Parking permits for the 2020 Season are available for online purchase here
For additional information, please visit the parking department page of the Town’s Website: https://www.provincetown-ma.gov/81/Parking
In accordance with the Town Charter, I submit for your review, the Town Manager’s Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2021. Our goal is to make continuous incremental improvements.
In service to our commitment to financial transparency, Provincetown strives to make accessible its financial information from department budgets and expenses to revenues and detailed transactions.
Commercial Street Parking BanThe Commercial Street Parking Ban will run April 1st through Oct. 31st 2020. All parking is prohibited on Commercial Street from Pearl Street to Central Street during this period.Street Sweep Schedule
Additional Area for Bay Scallops ONLY to Open for the Remainder of the 2019-20 SeasonThe area labeled on maps as CCB4.6 – Area in Provincetown Harbor East of Johnson Street will be open to the public for recreational harvest of Bay Scallops ONLY on