Plymouth County Commissioners' Office 11 S Russell St, Plymouth, MA02360 Plymouth County was created by an act of the Plymouth General Court, the legislative body of Plymouth Colony in 1685.…More The Plymouth County Commissioners' Office is located behind the 1820 Courthouse on South Russell Street in Downtown Plymouth. The building houses the commissioners' office, the Plymouth County Treasurer's Office, a parking department and other offices. The County Commissioners manage a multi-million dollar annual budget which provides services such as the Plymouth County Extention Office, which manages several youth programs including 4-H.
United Way of Greater Plymouth County 10 Cordage Park Cir, Plymouth, MA02360 Located in Plymouth's Cordage park, The United Way of Greater Plymouth's mission is "to assure by means of citizen…More leadership and action that the people of the greater Plymouth County area are provided with an efficient and effective network of human care services which is capable of meeting documented community needs. The mission of the United Way of Greater Plymouth County is to increase the organized capacity of people in the Plymouth County area to care for themselves and for one another."
Park Plymouth manages public parking spaces throughout the Downtown, Waterfront and North Plymouth areas. It is a…More seasonal parking program that operates from April 1 through December 1.
It also offers information on area transportation options and handles permits for local residents, merchants, employees, commercial fisherman and boat owners.
Morton Park Morton Park Rd & Summer St, Plymouth, MA02360 Morton Park is located off Summer Street about a mile and a half from Downtown Plymouth. This park has 200 acres of…More forest and shoreline on Little Pond and Billington Sea, making it the largest park in Plymouth. This is a great spot for picnicking and freshwater swimming. Residents can access the park with a Plymouth Beach sticker, and visitors can pay a $10-$15 parking fee. Lifeguards are on duty in-season. Dogs are allowed but must be leashed.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 430 Court St, Plymouth, MA02360 Located in Mayflower Park, on the Plymouth-Kingston line, the Plymouth Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of…More Latter-Day Saints serves the towns of Plymouth, Carver, Duxbury, Halifax, Kingston, Middleborough, Pembroke and Plympton. It is easy to get to and offers plenty of free parking in its lot.
Town of Plymouth Highway Department 159 Camelot Dr, Plymouth, MA02360 The Town of Plymouth Highway Department is responsible for maintaining and preserving all of the town's public ways and…More infrastructures, including paved streets, gravel roads, sidewalks, street signs, traffic signals and storm drainage systems. Located in the Camelot Industrial Park, the Town of Plymouth Highway Department offers ample free parking in its lot and is situated minutes from the highway.
Destination Plymouth 134 Court St, Plymouth, MA02360 Destination Plymouth is the central source of information for visitors of Plymouth. It offers information on…More sights and attractions, lodging, travel packages, golf, beaches and parks, dining and shopping, transportation, maps and directions. It oversees the Visitor Center and works in partnership with many other tourism and informational organizations in the area. Destination Plymouth is located in the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce building, which offers plenty of free parking and is just minutes from the highway.
The Plymouth County Treasurer's Office facilitates the collection of parking ticket payments for all of the…More towns in Plymouth County. In addition, they handle accounts receivables and accounts payables as well as the health group and payroll for the county.
Located in the old courthouse building in downtown Plymouth, the County Treasurer's Office offers metered parking on the street and in the lot across the street.
Plymouth Rock Bible Church 267 Carver Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Established 34 years ago, the Plymouth Rock Bible Church offers Bible study and worship services for Plymouth…More and the surrounding towns. It is conveniently located on Carver Road and features plenty of free parking. It is easy to get to and is just minutes from the highway.
Plymouth Travel 7 S Park Ave, Plymouth, MA02360 Located in the heart of Plymouth, Plymouth Travel is an old-fashioned travel agency where you can book your next trip in…More person. The agency specializes in getting the best prices for a variety of travel needs.
Plymouth Rock Holiness Church 1 Court St, Plymouth, MA02360 Plymouth Rock Holiness Church is part of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ. It offers one Sunday School…More class and two Sunday services. The church is easily accessible from all parts of Plymouth, and is just minutes from the highway. There is free parking on the street.
Plymouth County Convention & Visitors' Bureau 134 Court St, Plymouth, MA02360 The Plymouth County Convention & Visitors' Bureau works in conjuction with Destination Plymouth and the Visitors'…More Center to provide information on the sights and attractions in Greater Plymouth, Plymouth County and throughout the South of Boston region. It offers information on lodging, beaches and parks, special events, businesses and services, group tours, shopping, dining and transportation. It also provides maps and directions to local attractions and businesses. The bureau is located in the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce building, which offers plenty of free parking and is just minutes from the highway.
Plymouth United Methodist Church 29 Carver Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 The Plymouth United Methodist Church has been serving the Plymouth area since 1979 and offers Sunday School and…More worship services at two different times on Sunday mornings. It is located on Carver Road, between Samoset and Summer Streets and offers plenty of free parking in its own lot. It is easy to get to as it is located just minutes from the highway.
Howland Disposal Service 20 Roberts Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Howland Disposal Service is located in Plymouth Industrial Park by the Plymouth Airport. It is a disposal service for…More both residents and businesses of Plymouth. For residents, it offers garbage disposal, septic systems and Title 5 inspection. Services for businesses include restaurant grease trap disposal as well as roll-off services for construction projects.
Siever Field 112 Standish Ave, Plymouth, MA02360 Siever Field is located on Standish Avenue in North Plymouth and has a second entrance on Liberty Street. This park is…More named in honor of World War I veteran and Plymouth Park Commissioner John A. Siever. The park includes playground equipment, a basketball court and a recently renovated, 90-foot baseball field.
Located in the professional building at 345 Court Street, Plymouth Dermatology is composed of Jeffrey N. Farber,…More M.D., Anne-Sophie Gadenne, M.D., Frederick D. Wax, M.D., and Carrie Hansen, FNP-BC. The practice specializes in dealing with conditions and diseases of the skin.
Plymouth Dermatology has ample free parking in its own lot and is conveniently located to greater Plymouth. It is easy to get to and is just minutes from the highway.
Located in North Plymouth, Perry's Market is a full-service market that offers grocery items in all departments. In…More addition, it has a butcher shop, fresh produce and a liquor department with a selection of fine wines that has been called the best in Plymouth. Perry's has been serving the Plymouth area since 1936.
Just minutes from North Plymouth center and downtown Plymouth, it is easy to get to and offers plenty of free parking.
The Arc of Greater Plymouth 10 Cordage Park Cir Ste 208, Plymouth, MA02360 The Arc is a private, non-profit membership organization that provides supports for people with developmental…More disabilities and their families. It was founded in 1966 by parents and volunteers dedicated to promoting the dignity of children with developmental disabilities. The Arc of Greater Plymouth's service area includes the towns of Plymouth, Plympton, Hanover, Hanson, Carver, Duxbury, Marshfield, Pembroke, Halifax and Kingston. Its services include but are not limited to family support, employment services and supported living. The Arc is conveniently located in Cordage Park and offers ample free parking.
Plymouth County Development Council Convention & Visitors Bureau 170 Water St, Plymouth, MA02360 Located just south of Plymouth waterfront is The Plymouth County Development Council. The main function is to promote…More tourism for Plymouth and all of its attractions and history. Some of the things it promotes include sights and attractions, events, lodging, beaches and parks, dining, shopping, golf, health and beauty, visitor center, transportation, maps and directions and businesses and services.
Plymouth Liquors, with its wide aisles and attractive displays, offers a full inventory of all types…More of alcoholic beverages. In addition to beer, wine and liquors, the store carries groceries and bags of ice. Plymouth Liquors also hosts occasional tasting events.
The store is conveniently located in the West Plymouth Square Shopping Plaza, which has plenty of free parking and is minutes to the highway, downtown and other nearby shopping centers.
RE/MAX 40 Industrial Park Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Re-Max Paramount is located in the Plymouth Industrial Park at suite 300. There are 15 agents to help you buy or sell…More your property. This office serves Plymouth, Barnstable and Norfolk County. The website for this office allows potential buyers to take virtual property tours online.
Mabbett Park 115 Water St, Plymouth, MA02360 Mabbett Park is a small recreation area that offers scenic views of Plymouth Harbor. Its ammenities include…More several memorials, some benches for relaxing, and a paved trail for walking or jogging. It is located on the waterfront across from Isaac's Restaurant, and is close to many of the interesting shops, restaurants and attractions that Plymouth has to offer.
Council on Aging 10 Cordage Park Cir, Plymouth, MA02360 Plymouth's Council on Aging office is located just north of historic downtown Plymouth, in Cordage Park. The COA offers…More assistance to senior citizens, including nutrition and meals-on-wheels programs, hearing tests, legal assistance, social security and SSI assistance, social activities, I.D. cards and housing and employment programs at its Senior Center.
LEC Environmental 36 Cordage Park Cir, Plymouth, MA02360 LEC Environmental is an environmental consulting company in Plymouth. The company specializes in advising businesses and…More developers on land-use management, legal compliance and environmental conservation.
Entegee 10 Cordage Park Cir, Plymouth, MA02360 Entegee is an employment agency in Plymouth. It specializes in staffing and recruiting services for engineering and…More technology companies. Entegee's website allows job seekers to submit their resumes and browse job listings.
Micro Blend 130 Camelot Dr, Plymouth, MA02360 Micro Blend is automotive paint and minor body repair shop. It's located in industrial park on Camelot Drive in…More Plymouth. For more information, please call the number provided.
Haskell Field 43 Nook Rd, Plymouth, MA02360 Haskell Field is located across the street from the Nook Road entrance of Plymouth North High School. The Plymouth Youth…More Baseball and Softball teams make use of the 60-foot baseball diamond. The park also has a recreational basketball court. The baseball field is a memorial for Walter Bartlett Haskell, a chairman of the Park Commission.
The New Hope Chapel of Plymouth is a non-denominational Christian church that offers bible study, worship services,…More life groups and ministries. The chapel is located in downtown Plymouth and its services are held a few doors down at Memorial Hall on 83 Court Street.
There is free parking available in the area and you can check the New Hope Chapel of Plymouth's website for more information on where to park.
New Hope Chapel of Plymouth is conveniently located on Court Street and is just minutes from the highway.
Pilgrim Memorial State Park Water St., Plymouth, MA02360 The smallest park in Massachusetts is also one of the busiest parks in the state. Each year more than 1 million tourists…More come to Pilgrim Memorial State Park to visit Plymouth Rock, where the Pilgrims are said to have landed in 1620. The park includes a landscaped waterfront and a statue of William Bradford, the first governor of Plymouth Colony. The Mayflower II is moored at the State Pier within the park.