For items other than household trash contact Chase and Merchant at 508-398-2116.
Cottage owner is responsible for the cost of the pickup.
a container which has your cottage number.
Secure the top so animals cannot spread garbage.
Salt Air Village office has moved back to 262 Old Wharf Road.
Which is the first building on the right upon entering from Old Wharf Road.
The office is at the rear of the house.
The American flag will be displayed when the office is open.
There is parking for the office in front of the garage.
To make an appointment contact Connie at the office using
Remember you can have your septic pumped at any time.
If the system is shared make arrangements with other owners.
A clogged field could cause major construction and expense.
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BOAT and TRAILER PARKING:
Boat parking in common areas was phased out in 2012 .
Boats with trailor not over 18 feet (total) such as wave runners etc can be parked in your cottage yard.
Remember each cottage is granted only one parking place.
At NO time may a visitor or renter bring a boat into the village.
You should make any renter or visitor aware of this.
DO NOT loose your bracelet. DO NOT pass on to others not in your cottage.
Logs are kept at the office to show which cottage and how many bracelets it has received.
As of September 6, 2010 (Labor Day), all members of Salt Air Village will be required to wear a beach bracelet supplied by Chase's Ocean Grove.
We have been advised there will be spot checks for the swim bracelets. Anyone found without a Chase's swim bracelet may be asked to leave Chase's beach.
Each Village member will be supplied with a number of this beach wear.
Bracelets will be given out at the Saturday, members only meeting. Other Salt Air Village members will have to pick them up at the Salt Air Village office.
Remember the use of Chase's beach is a privilege not a right.
Please make sure you have a swim bracelet before going to Chase's beach.
Have you been advised by your cottage insurance company about tree removal of any kind?
We will take each individual request into consideration.
It has been our policy to maintain healthy trees as part of the character of the village,
and to only trim or remove trees and branches that are unhealthy or damaged, or pose a particular threat that is brought to our attention.
If we decide to remove any tree or branches at your insurance companies request, and not as part of our regular maintenance program,
we reserve the right to bill you for the extra costs incurred for such work.
Be advised that no tree service is allowed to cut in Salt Air Village.
Except services provided by Salt Air Village.
To have your insurance problem resolved take the following steps.
a. Salt Air Village needs a copy of the letter of Substandard Condition for your cottage.
b. On your cottage insurance companies letterhead.
c. You can mail, e-mail or bring a copy of the letter to Salt Air Village's office.
If you care to send FAX to the office please call or e-mail for the FAX number.
There will be NO tree work done without a copy of the substandard condition letter.
You can contact the office
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Transfer Station hours are closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Open Thursday thru Sunday from 7 am to 5 pm, until May 28, 2018
OPEN: Seven (7) days a week from
May 29, 2018 until Sunday, September 30, 2018.
Hours are 8 am to 4 pm daily
CLOSED: All legal holidays including Easter and the day after Thanksgiviing.
Transfer Station stickers are effective May 1st to April 30th every year.
If you are visiting Dennis, you are welcome to use the Dennis Transfer Station to dispose of your household waste and recyclables as follows:
Bags/Barrels of household waste are $5.00 ea.
A Recycling Sticker (effective January 1, 2018) is required for those without a Transfer Station Sticker or have not paid a per bag fee for the recycling of bottles, cans, plastic, glass, food waste, bulky plastics and paper.
If you are not familiar with the Transfer Station, stop at the gatehouse for assistance.
The Village closes in October