The Town of Barnstable is the Cape's heart of government. It's the largest town on the Cape and the hub for decision…More making.
Main Street in Barnstable Village is home to several county and state government offices including: the Department of Health and Environment, First District Court, Superior Court House, Registry of Deeds and Probate, Barnstable County Resource and Development Office, AmeriCorps Cape Cod Program, Massachussetts Office of Coastal Zone Management and the Barnstable County Sheriff's Office - Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
The Cape & Islands United Way is the largest funder of human service programs on the Cape and Islands beside…More the government. Every year more than 1 million dollars is given and 99 percent of funds raised stay on the Cape.
There are three areas the CI United Way focuses: nurturing and protecting children and youth, supporting and sustaining families and support for aging and vulnerable populations.
The all volunteer organization is professionally managed and independently governed by local leaders. In addition to leadership, more than 150 volunteers are engaged in furthering its mission.
The Huntingest Group provides management and maintenance of both residential and commercial condominiums on Cape Cod.…More It is responsible for the maintenance, day-to-day upkeep and repairs required for the proper operation of the condominium.
It reports directly to the condominium association or the governing Board of Trustees, and is the first place to call to report problems if it is the appointed managers of your residence or business.
Barnstable Town Hall 367 Main St, Hyannis, MA02601 Barnstable Town Hall serves as the hub for city government. The Assessing Division, Aminal Control, Community…More Development, Finance Division, Senior Services, Town Attorney, Public Works, the Town Clerk, the Planning Board and many other departments are based at Town Hall.
Sovereign Bank 55 Bassett Ln, Hyannis, MA02601 Sovereign Bank is one of the largest banks in New England and is now part of the Santander Group. It is dedicated to…More serving the needs of each local community. Its products and services include those for personal banking, as well as business, corporate, government and institutional. There is a 24 hour drive-thru ATM.
The Barnstable Superior Court hears civil and criminal trials. Located in the heart of Barnstable Village, the…More court's historic beauty is juxtaposition to its serious legal power: original jurisdiction in civil actions over $25,000 and first degree murder cases and for all other crimes.
Behind the court is the closed Barnstable County Jail as well as a small village of government offices including the Sheriff's office.
The Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board ensures the public sector education and training…More is equal to the private sector. The WIB develops plans and programs for maintaining the regional workforce development system and makes sure there is communication between labor market stakeholders.
It offers a grant funded Management Training Program for Cape Cod Businesses, Non-Profits, and Public Administration. In addition, it builds the Youth Council, a collaborative program for youth with business and education professionals, local government and community leaders.
Established in 1926, the Cotuit Fire Department is run as a selectman style government separate from the town…More municipality. It serves 6.6 square miles within the village and provides a variety of services including water, response to spills, leaks, electrical problems and down wires, rescue services and accident response, well being checks, lockouts and lock ins and educational programming plus its firefighting duties.
Barnstable Fire Departments also provide emergency medical services at the advanced life support level.
In addition to these services, the Cotuit Fire Department also sponsors a kids day with the other four fire districts and the Barnstable police.
Founded in 1935, the Barnstable Fire Department serves a 9.9 square mile fire district.
Like its…More counterparts, it has a selectman style governance separate from the town municipality, provides many of the same services including water, response to spills, leaks, electrical problems and downed wires, rescue services and accident response, well being checks, lockouts, lock ins and educational programming plus its firefighting duties.
Hyannis Fire Department, founded in 1896, is the oldest in the Town of Barnstable. Like the rest of the departments,…More it's run with a selectman style governance separate from the town municipality. Hyannis serves residents living within 8.9 square miles village. It is the busiest of the fire departments, which is not surprising considering it serves the most densely populated area in town.
Like its counterparts, it provides many of the same services including provides response to spills, leaks, electrical problems and down wires, rescue services and accident response, well being checks, lockouts, lock ins and educational programming plus its firefighting duties.
The Hyannis Fire Department also provides water and ice rescue.
In addition to these services, it puts on a yearly doc-u-drama for high school students to raise awareness about drunk driving and sponsors a kids day with the other four fire districts and the Barnstable police.