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1. Certificates of occupancy are not required for work exempt from permits under Section R105.2.2. Accessory buildings or structures.2. Accessory buildings or structures.Please contact the Building Department for more details.
The many accomplishments of this dedicated group are evident throughout the town. The Friends’ vision and hard work along with help from the Highway and Parks Department have made these projects possible.
The Friends of Oak Bluffs continue to work toward creating a beautiful community and fostering pride.
Learn more here. Friends of Oak Bluffs
An elevator and open staircases connect all three floors.
An acoustically designed conference room on the main floor will accommodate 60 people for large meetings and public events.
There are two restrooms on each floor and several small "kitchenettes" available for washing hands and preparing snacks and hot drinks.
Town offices are positioned throughout the new building so as to provide most townspeople one stop-shopping for their needs. For example, Building Inspectors, Board of Health and Conservation Commission are co-located on the lower level because they often need access to the same plans during an approval process. The Town Clerk has immediate access to a much larger Vault where vital public and town documents are safe guarded. On the main level, the Assessor and Tax Collector have counters that are ADA accessible.
The exterior of the building is designed for minimal maintenance, and the large south facing roof dormer is fully ready and wired for Solar panel installation, which when installed should make this energy efficient, all electric building, nearly self sufficient.
There are small conference rooms available on each floor to accommodate the many volunteer boards and committees that help make Oak Bluffs the special town it is.