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MV Town Websites

Town of Edgartown

70 Main Street, Edgartown, MA

Tel: 508-627-6110

Edgartown’s historic downtown recalls its prominence as a 19th century whaling port while the busy harbor provides year round passenger service to Chapppaquiddick and the mainland. Facing the Atlantic, South Beach is its southernmost boundary. Town administrative offices offer information on dockage, trash pick-up, building, shell fishing and other permitting.

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Town of Oak Bluffs

56 School Street, Oak Bluffs, MA

Tel: 508-693-3554

Oak Bluffs, the Island’s oldest resort community welcomes seasonal pleasure craft and ferry service to its east facing harbor. Home to the historic Flying Horses Carousel, an expansive town beach and quaint gingerbread cottage community. Town administrative offices offer information on dockage, trash pick-up, building, shell fishing, yard sale and other permitting.

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Town of Aquinnah

65 State Road, Aquinnah, MA

Tel: 508.645.2100

At the Island’s westernmost point lies Aquinnah where the fossil-rich thrust of the Gay Head Cliffs reflect their bright, striated colors in the Atlantic. Ancestral home of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah). Town offices and administration, fishing and building permits, trash pick-up, etc. call 508-645-2300. Tribal information: 508-645-9265

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Town of Chilmark

Beetlebung Corner, Chilmark, MA

Tel: 508.645.2100

Ancient stonewalls, rolling sheep-grazed meadows and breathtaking views to south shore beaches define the town of Chilmark. Menemsha is the township’s still-active fishing port and harbor, where (unusual on the east coast), the sun sets into the sea. Town administrative offices offer information on dockage, trash pick-up, building, shell fishing and other permitting.

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Tisbury / Vineyard Haven

51 Spring Street, Vineyard Haven, MA

Tel: 508.696.4200

On the Island’s north shore, Vineyard Haven (Tisbury) is the Steamship Authority’s year-round car ferry port serving Woods Hole. Consequently, its business community is among the most active of the Island’s six towns off-season. Town administrative offices offer information on dockage, trash pick-up, shell fishing, building, yard sale and other permitting.

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At the Island’s agricultural heart lies West Tisbury. Though lacking a true harbor, the town is home to several beautiful beaches including Lamberts Cove as well as Polly Hill Arboretum and numerous wild life sanctuaries. Town administrative offices offer information on shell fishing, building and yard sale permits, trash pick-up and other permitting.

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