|Chatham's 2009 real property tax rate is $3.74
The Chamber of Commerce is full of community information such as dining, lodging, shopping and more.
Town Hall Website is great for information on the police department, fire department, schools, recreation, beaches and more.
Chatham Massachusetts was incorporated in 1712, the quaint sea side village is located at the southeastern tip of Cape Cod. The town consists of four villages. Originally populated by the Native American tribe of the Monomoyicks. William Nickerson, an English colonist, made the first land purchase from Sachem Mattaquason of the Monomiyicks which consisted almost all of Chatham. Fishing had been the towns primary industry. In the late 1800’s however, Chatham began to become a popular vacation destination for wealthy clientele which helped to grow and sustain its economy. The town remains a popular destination for vacationers, retirees and year round residents. Its beautiful harbors, Stage Harbor & Chatham Harbor and beaches along with it’s popular Main Street make Chatham one of Cape Cod’s treasured towns. Pleasant Bay and Morris Island offer beautiful wildlife and scenery.
Public Library website. The library known as the Eldredge Public Library is located at 564 Main Street Chatham. Phone: 508.945.5170
Chatham Seaside Links 209 Seaview Avenue Chatham MA
Eastward Ho County Club 325 Fox Hill Road Chatham MA