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Wareham, MA

Home to almost 30,000 full-time residents, Wareham is a rapidly growing town in Plymouth County. Every summer, as many as 20,000 tourists visit Wareham, but the town does not rely as heavily on the tourist trade as many other communities on Cape Cod. When the residents of Wareham, MA need […]

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Plymouth, MA

As one of the oldest towns in the United States, Plymouth enjoys a special position in the nation’s history. Plymouth was settled and incorporated in 1620 by the colonists who arrived on the Mayflower. Like many towns on Cape Cod, Plymouth’s natural beauty and long history attract numerous tourists during […]

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Eastham, MA

Often referred to as the gateway to the national park known as the Cape Cod National Seashore, the town of Eastham has been a popular summer resort since 1830. The town’s full-time population of approximately 5,000 swells during the summer months with the arrival of part-time residents and tourists. Whether […]

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Orleans, MA

Steeped in history and with access to both the Atlantic Ocean and Cape Cod Bay, Orleans began attracting tourists and summer residents during the last half of the 19th century. Whether they are full-time residents or business owners, the people in Orleans, MA know that they can trust Dirtworks to […]

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Chatham, MA

Located on the elbow of Cape Cod, Chatham is bordered on the south by Nantucket Sound and on the east by the Atlantic Ocean. The area’s scenic beauty, gentle climate and historic significance attract many tourists, and in the summer, Chatham’s population can grow from approximately 6,100 full-time residents to […]

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Yarmouth, MA

Town leaders and business owners know that when the local economy relies heavily on tourists, every effort must be made to make a favorable impression. This includes having adequate, well-maintained parking lots and streets. When the people of Yarmouth, MA need asphalt paving, parking lot striping, asphalt repairs, sealcoating, site […]

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Barnstable, MA

Barnstable, the seat of Barnstable County, has the largest population and covers the largest area of any city on Cape Cod. In 2010, the official tally was 45,193 residents, and the city covers a total area of 76.3 square miles. Barnstable encompasses several villages, including Hyannis, Osterville, Barnstable, Hyannis Port […]

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Provincetown, MA

It may be hard to believe, but until the late 1800s, there were no formal streets in Provincetown. Transportation was by foot or by sea, and residents were familiar with the paths leading through the town and to their boats. The situation would begin to change when Provincetown began attracting […]

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Dennis, MA

With an area spanning the entire width of Cape Cod from Nantucket Sound to Cape Cod Bay, it is not surprising that Dennis is known as a seaside resort. Tourists flock to Dennis to enjoy the town’s colonial mansions, numerous beaches and natural beauty. When property owners in Dennis, MA […]

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Osterville, MA

One of Barnstable’s seven villages, Osterville is situated on Nantucket Sound and famous for its numerous oceanfront estates. The population is approximately 3,500 people, but seasonal residents and tourists swell the population during the summer months. Residents of Osterville, MA often rely on Dirtworks for their asphalt paving, sealcoating, driveway […]

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Truro, MA

The town of Truro is composed of the villages of Truro and North Truro. Situated on the Outer Cape, Truro is a popular destination for summer vacations, and at the season’s height, up to 20,000 visitors can arrive in this town of approximately 2,000 full-time residents. When people in Truro, […]

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Wellfleet, MA

There are many challenges when a town has a rich history and a population that can increase by 600 percent during the summer, but Wellfleet’s 2,750 full-time residents are up to the task. When Wellfleet, MA needs help with their asphalt paving, sealcoating, asphalt repair, milling, parking lot striping, snow […]

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Brewster, MA

Brewster, MA is known for its numerous recreation areas, including several beaches and boat landings on Cape Cod Bay, a variety of hiking trails and the Roland C. Nickerson State Forest Park. Therefore, it is no wonder that the town attracts tourists who want to enjoy the outdoor activities, soak […]

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Hyannis, MA

A village with more than 14,000 residents and a bustling tourist industry needs quality pavement. Therefore, when people in Hyannis, MA need asphalt paving, parking lot striping, driveway paving, asphalt milling, sealcoating, asphalt repair, excavations or site work, they often turn to Dirtworks for high-quality results at reasonable prices. Hyannis, […]

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Mashpee, MA

Mashpee is located in Barnstable County, and since the 1970s, the population of the town has rapidly increased. To support the growth, residents and business owners in Mashpee, MA often request paving, site work and excavation services from Dirtworks. Our services include asphalt paving for driveways, streets and parking lots […]

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Harwich, MA

Thanks to its beautiful beaches along Nantucket Sound and easy access to the Cape Cod National Seashore, Harwich has become a popular tourist destination as well as a thriving residential community. Like many towns on Cape Cod, Harwich is comprised of several villages, including Harwich Center, Pleasant Lake and Harwich […]

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Falmouth, MA

Whether they come to Falmouth to explore historic sites, conduct oceanic research, marvel at the numerous glacial erratics or just enjoy the seaside, the town attracts many visitors every year. In addition, Falmouth has almost 32,000 year-round residents who enjoy a thriving theater scene, a variety of water sports and […]

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Bourne, MA

Bourne, a quiet community with approximately 19,800 residents, is known as the gateway to Cape Cod since all three bridges that cross the Cape Cod Canal lie within the town’s boundaries. Bourne includes five census-designated places: Buzzards Bay, Sagamore Beach, Pocasset, Sagamore and Monument Beach. Most of Bourne is on […]

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Sandwich, MA

Tourists arriving in Sandwich may not be aware that they are visiting one of the two oldest towns on Cape Cod, but the more than 20,600 people who call Sandwich their home tend to be acutely aware of the town’s place in the area’s history. Whether they are the owners […]

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