P-Town Pier Corporation - Public Hearing on Rates

April 13, 2017 - 5 p.m. at Town Hall

The Provincetown Public Pier Corporation will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 5 PM, in the Judge Welsh Room of Town Hall, 260 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 to take public comment on our operations pursuant to Chapter 13 of the Acts of 2000 and consider changes to the pier regulations as follows.

Appendix B

Rate Category                                             Existing Rate                       New Rate

Taxi, Livery and Pedi-cab Fees 

Taxi                                                                $100 per season      $150 per season

Livery                                                            $50 per season        $150 per season

Pedicab                                                         $50 per season        $75 per season

Cruise Ship Port Charge                          $500                           $1,000

Per manifested passenger             (pax)               $1.00 

Vessels under 250 pax                                                                   $2.50 per manifested pax

Vessels over 251 and under 2000 pax                                        $5.00 per manifested pax

Vessels over 2000 pax                                                                    $8.00 per manifested pax

Harbor Regulations, Chapter 1

1-10-3             Vessels with passengers for hire on trips lasting more than 24 hours (i.e. cruise ships) shall pay port charges for use of the harbor and per passenger fees for use of the pier as listed in Appendix B. Cruise ship passengers in Provincetown Harbor may only disembark at the transportation terminal and Tee areas of MacMillan Pier.

Comments thereon may be submitted in writing to the Provincetown Public Pier Corporation, Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 or in person at the hearing.

Kerry Adams, Chairman

Provincetown Public Pier Corporation


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