The Proposed New Station
THANK YOU, TOWN MEETING VOTERS!
Town Meeting voted overwhelmingly in favor of supplemental funding for a modern, functional, energy-efficient, and safe police station to serve the community and our visitors.
A formal groundbreaking took place Tuesday, July 12, 2022. It’s been many decades since we’ve built a public facility in town.
The Town has signed a contract for the construction of the new Police Station. The successful bidder is M. O’Connor Contractor of Boston. This firm is an experienced contractor of public facilities; they have completed police stations in Bourne, Carver, Westport, Walpole, and Waltham.
We are pleased to have such a well qualified GC on our project. Construction is expected to begin in July, and be complete and ready for the Police Department to occupy in October of 2023.
Community policing is a core value of Provincetown’s finest. “We recognize that police cannot effectively deal with issues alone, and partner with others who share responsibility for resolving problems,” says Chief Jim Golden. “Our primary goal is working cooperatively with individuals, groups of people, and organizations to identify and resolve issues with the potential to affect the livability of our community.