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Town – $14.29 per 1,000 in value
Sandwich Water District - $ .66 per 1,000 in value
North Sagamore Water - $.91 per 1,000 in value
Community Preservation Act - 3% of the Town tax
Report an unplowed road after an event totaling three or more inches of snow using SeeClickFix
Some streets adjacent to one another are on different routes, plowed by different drivers, resulting in different plowing times during the storm. Also, depending on the type of storm, the Town may clear the main subdivision road without plowing the side streets. Please refer to the Level of Service section of the Winter Maintenance Policy regarding plowing priorities.
The Town does not repair damaged mailboxes caused by snow plowing. The Town will only repair or replace mailboxes if evidence shows that the actual plow blade hit the mailbox. The Town is not responsible for damage to a mailbox from snow being plowed onto it. If the plow blade damaged your mailbox please contact the DPW (508-833-8002) and we will inspect the mailbox after the storm. Mailboxes should be located 18 inches from the edge of road to minimize damage from snow plowing. Residents should contact the Postal Service to determine proper location of the mailboxes.
You need to purchase either an annual Transfer Station sticker or a One-Time pass to access the Transfer Station.
One-Time Passes and Non-Routine Tickets can be purchased at the Tax Collector's Office by cash or check only or at the Transfer Station solar Kiosk by cash or credit / debit card.
Yes, any method of access to dispose household solid waste requires the use of Sandwich Pay-As-You-Throw bags.
No, only household solid waste and everyday recycling can be disposed with a One-Time Pass.
By using a trailer or hiring a local disposal contractor. Only stickered vehicles are allowed access to dispose bulky-items.
Compost is typically screened and made available to Transfer Station sticker holders mid-May.
The Sandwich Transfer Station does not operate a "swap-shop". Instead, users are encourage to donate their reusable items at a recycling organization.
Brush and demolition can be disposed at an alternative facility. Household hazardous waste can be disposed at annual collection events.
Oil or gas soaked rags can be disposed at one of four annual Upper Cape Household Hazardous Waste Collections organized by the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension.