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We Need Your Help to Save Our Beach!
Please mark your calendars for MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 at 7:30 PM, SELECTMEN'S MEETING. We need your help to advocate for the replenishment and improvement of the Seacoast Shores Association Beach. It is important that as many people come as possible, and if you cannot come either send a statement to be read in person or send an email asking for approval. Please click HERE for additional details.

Seacoast Shores Association Beach Proposal 


Selectmen's Meeting
Monday, September 9, 2019
7:30 PM

Please attend*, we need as much support as possible to save our beach!

We need to present a strong interest from all of our residents, requesting approval from the town to:

  1. Add sand to replenish the existing 250 feet of SSAI beach

  2. Replace impervious hardscape on the east end of Bayside Drive East with grass/plantings/sand which will improve drainage and protect coastal boundary

  3. Build a new pathway to the beach using environmentally approved materials to mitigate erosion, ensure public access and safe handicap access. Ensure width and surfacing allows for emergency and construction vehicles.

  4. Add new signage on beach channel

  5. Total Cost for Seacoast Shores Association: $80,000.00

  6. Cost to Town of Falmouth: $0.00

Proposed Beach Concept Plan 2020, Aerial View


Click HERE to view the SSAI Beach Committee Presentation Slides

What Can YOU Do?             

  1. Attend the Selectmen's Meeting on September 9 at 7:30 PM, voice your support!
  2. Talk to your neighbors and encourage them to attend
  3. If you cannot attend the meeting, write a letter or send an email to the Board of Selectmen
    1. Megan English Braga, Chairman:
    2. Douglas C. Brown, Vice Chair:
  4. Write a statement for someone to read at the Selectmen's meeting
  5. Pay your dues and encourage your neighbors to pay dues - 100% of the funding for the project comes from SSAI membership dues

*We only get one shot at this so it is imperative that everyone either attends or writes and email/letter