*ASK THE BOARD VIRTUAL MEETING*
May 30, 10:00am
Due to the current pandemic and social distancing restrictions, the PBA Board will be hosting a virtual "Ask The Board" meeting. We would like to try the virtual meeting platform Google Meet, which will need to be downloaded on your device. If you are interested, provide us with your email at popponessetbeachassociation.com and we will send out the invitation for Saturday May 30, 2020 at 10 am.
Latest Update from the Board
Governor Baker's Guidelines for Beach Safety
Face Coverings and Masks: All beach visitors shall comply with COVID-19 Order 31: Order Requiring Face Coverings in Public Places Where Social Distancing is Not Possible. The order requires any person over the age of 2, whether indoors or outdoors, to wear a face covering or mask when they cannot maintain 6 feet of distance between themselves and others, unless they have a medical condition preventing them from doing so (see further guidance here:https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-state-of-emergency). Masks are not required to be worn while swimming.
Group Size: No groups larger than 10 are allowed to gather.
Click on the button below for full guidelines
** Spring Letter from the PBA Board**
Mashpee Selectmen Lay Out Plans For Funding Waste Water System
Town of Mashpee Noise Bylaw
A. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons occupying or having charge of any building, dwelling, shelter, boat, conveyance or premises or any part thereof in the Town, other than that section of any establishment licensed under MGL C.138, to cause or suffer or allow between the hours of 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. any unnecessary loud, excessive or unusual noises in the operation of any radio, phonograph or other mechanical sound- making device or instrument or reproducing device or instrument, or in the play of any band, orchestra, musician or group of musicians, or in the use of any device to amplify the aforesaid, or the making of loud outcries, exclamations or other loud or boisterous noises, or the loud and boisterous singing by any person or group of persons or in the use of any device to amplify the aforesaid noise, where the noise is plainly audible at a distance of one hundred fifty (150’) feet or more from the building, structure, vehicle or premises in which or from which it is produced. Any person violating this subsection shall be punished by a fine of fifty dollars ($50) for each offense.
B. Any person who is present in any building, dwelling, shelter, boat, conveyance or premises or any part thereof at any time when a violation of Subsection A occurs shall be deemed to have made, aided, caused, suffered countenanced or otherwise assisted in the making of said improper noises and shall be punished by a fine of fifty dollars ($50) for each offense.
PBA Homeowner Notice regarding Vista Pruning
Recently there have been some unauthorized vista prunings and snow fence installations by Popponesset homeowners, so this is a reminder to all homeowners that all vista pruning or any work ( ie, trimming and /or removal of any plantings along Deans Pond or the ocean) within 50 feet of a water body or vegetated wetland, within 100 feet of a wetland resource, including coastal and inland banks that approval is required by Mashpee ConCom. You are responsible for your landscapers who perform the work, so please make them aware of the rules and regulations on your behalf.
These are not PBA rules -- these are Town of Mashpee ConCom rules. Violation of the rules includes fines and mitigation at owner's expense.
Sailboats on Beach
In preparation for the Winter and Storm Season please remove all sailboats from the beach by Columbus Day, October 8th. Thank You
Sail Boat Registration
Homeowners in 2018 we are creating an inventory of sail boat on our beaches.
Can you please fill out form and included a photo?
In past years we have had to remove boats in storms or found boats on other beaches and want to notify owners.
No Dogs allowed on PBA Beaches
A friendly reminder that dogs are not allowed on PBA or Town of Mashpee beaches at anytime of the year.
To report animals on the Beach call Mashpee Animal Control
Offenders can be fined $50 by Mashpee Animal Control.
Parking in Popponesset
A PBA parking sticker permits a homeowner to park a vehicle with two wheels on grass and two on the street of their home.
Community House parking is only permitted during community house events and while using playground/ ball field. Beach parking is not permitted at anytime.
Violators are subject to towing, we need to keep streets open to emergency vehicles , allow traffic to flow safely and allow residents access to there homes.
PBA does issue parking passes for the community house in the event you are having a family/ friend event and driveway can not accommodate.
Please give us 1-2 business days notice.
Please email us at email@example.com
To request a pass.
2020 FISHERMAN’S LANDING PARKING PERMITS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR FISHERMAN WITH MA FISHING PERMITS BEGINNING IN MARCH 2020
For any Fisherman with MA Fishing Permits who wish to use the Fisherman's Landing Parking lot in the day, and then park at the Community House when the Fisherman’s Landing Parking Lot is locked from 9:30pm-5am, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your 2020 PBA Parking Permit at the beginning of 2020.
You will need to send a scan of your 2020 Massachusetts Fishing License and we will provide you a permit to place on your windshield to identify your car has permission to park, to prevent our security company from calling for a tow.
A reminder to all that the Fisherman’s Landing Parking will again be closed from 9:30pm – 5 am again this year.
Board Meeting Schedule
The new PBA 2020-2021 Board has been formed. See Popponesset Info tab above for listing of Board of Directors.
Homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend during 11am- 12noon to ask questions, offer to volunteer or bring up any concerns.
All meetings are held on Saturdays