Welcome to the Town of Mashpee! Come explore our rich history and vast open spaces. Enjoy our beaches and hiking trails then visit our world class shopping and dining. Whether you're a resident, business owner or visitor, there's something for everyone in Mashpee!
Affordable Housing RFP
The Mashpee Board of Selectmen is seeking proposals from qualified firms for the completion of an affordable housing study. If interested, please enter your company information via the following link and you will gain access to the RFP documents.
The week of May 20th, AmeriCorps volunteers
will be working with the Town on several projects, including creating pollinator gardens, bird boxes and trail kiosks. Other work will include trail creation, clean-up and clearing. If you are interested in participating, please contact the Mashpee Conservation Department at 508-539-1424.
The Big Fix
The Big Fix is a community service event coordinated by Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC). The vision of this event is to make home and landscaping improvements that will enhance the comfort, safety and quality of life for seniors, the disabled and veterans on Cape Cod and the Islands. Our mission is to engage community volunteers in performing small home repairs, cleaning and landscaping work at homes selected to receive assistance. The accumulation of small home repairs can become a burden to this population of the community. These minor repairs will have a major impact on the lives of these residents. Follow the links to either volunteer or apply to be a Big Fix recipient. http://www.haconcapecod.org/big-fix/
Great Neck Road North
The Town began improvement
work on Great Neck Road North this past fall. Initial work included drainage with road construction beginning in the spring. Construction of a new sidewalk from Route 130 to the Rotary is now underway. Installation of a traffic signal at the intersection with Lowell Road is scheduled for the end of April. Paving of the road, which will require a detour of northbound traffic, is scheduled for May 13-23. Full completion of the approximately $2 million project is expected by early June. The end result will include a signalized intersection at Lowell Road, improved sight lines and a continuation of the Route 130 sidewalks all the way to the Rotary.