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Town Hall Lights Up Blue and Red Support First Responders and Healthcare Workers

To honor First Responders during the pandemic, The Town of Fairhaven will be replacing the traditional white lights on Town Hall with red... more ››

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Recycling Center Hours for April

For the month of April, the recycling center will only be open during the following times:

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Signs Placed in the Public Way

As a general reminder, please be aware that signs placed within the public road right of way, which is 8 (eight) feet in from the curb,... more ››

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Four Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Fairhaven

The Fairhaven Health Department was notified we currently have four (4) cases of COVID-19 in Fairhaven. Our Public Health nurse is in... more ››

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Buoy, A COVID-19 Symptom Checker Tool Released by Governor

This tool is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you are experiencing a life-threatening... more ››

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Annual Town Election and Annual Town Meeting Postponed

Please be advised that at their March 23, 2020 meeting, the Board of Selectmen due to the current events, voted to change the date of the... more ››

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Fairhaven Resident Tests Positive for COVID-19, Currently in Quarantine

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, the Massachusetts Department of Health (DPH) notified the Fairhaven Board of Health that a Fairhaven resident... more ››

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Recycling Center Open 3/25 Morning

Please be advised that the recycling center will be open on Wednesday morning from 8:15AM - 12PM.In accordance with the Governor’s COVID –... more ››

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UPDATE: Governor Baker Extends Order for Non-Essential Businesses to Cease In-Person Operations

Revised: On March 31, 2020 - Governor Baker extended the order to May 4, 2020.

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Town Offices Closed to Non-essential Personnel, Starting March 23 Until Further Notice

After consultation with the Board of Selectmen and the Board of the Health, Town Administration decided that as of March 23, 2020, Town of... more ››

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BPW To Read Water Meters 3/21

Please be advised that the Water Department will be reading meters tomorrow, Saturday, March 21, in North Fairhaven and the Center of Town.

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Town of Fairhaven Public Meeting Protocols

Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the Town of Fairhaven has revised its Public Meeting Protocols. Please see below for the updated protocols ... more ››

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Town Building Closures: Updates

We understand the inconveneice and interruption of services due to closing Town building to the public. We are working hard to continue to... more ››

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Governor Announces Emergency on Three Week School Closures, Prohibiting Gatherings of 25 of More

The Baker-Polito Administration announced a three-week suspension of school operations for educational purposes at all public and private... more ››

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Town Buildings Closed: Effective 12PM, March 16, 2020

March 16, 2020 - After reviewing additional measures issued by Governor Baker the Town of Fairhaven is taking the... more ››

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Online Bill Payment, Dropbox Encouraged

We are encouraging Taxpayers to utilize online payment or the dropbox for upcoming payments due.ONLINE PAYMENT:... more ››

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Council on Aging Closed 3/16 Until Further Notice

Beginning March 16, 2020, the Fairhaven Council on Aging will be closed until further notice. 

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Coronavirus Update

The Fairhaven Health Department continues to monitor the global outbreak of COVID-19. We are in close communication with the Massachusetts... more ››

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DRAFT Route 6 Corridor Study Available for Public Comment

SRPEDD is pleased to announce that the DRAFT... more ››

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Early Voting Presidential Primary Election: Feb 24-28

The Early Voting period for the upcoming March 3 Presidential Primary Election starts on Monday, February 24 and goes until Friday,... more ››

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