Cape Cod’s scenic beauty and 559 miles of coastline are truly a national treasure. There is a reason the Cape was named one of ABC's Good Morning America's "10 Most Beautiful Places in America!" Special attention is given to the conservation of our environment and natural resources. Click here to learn more about businesses and organizations using green business practices. Click here to view the archived email updates from the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Find out more about Energysage, and how your home or business can save money using solar energy!
Cape Cod is also known as Barnstable County. The regional government supplements the services of the municipal governments in our 15 towns. Most towns have several villages and these provide historical identities in their own right (for example, Hyannis is the largest village in the town of Barnstable!) Click here for a list of federal, state, county and municipal resources. Find information available through the Cape Cod Military, Veteran and Family Collaborative.
Cape Cod offers a wide selection of faith-based resources, including religious organizations & schools, churches, synagogues and houses of worship.
Cape Cod is widely recognized as a safe, welcoming place for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender community to both visit and live! In fact, Provincetown is PlanetOut's three-time consecutive Travel Awards winner for "Best Domestic Gay Resort Town” and has been voted Best Gay Beach Resort by gaycities.com. The Cape is also a popular destination for same-sex weddings. Click here for the Cape Cod & Islands Pride Pages, the GLBT resource guide for all of Cape Cod and the Islands. And click here for a roster of special LGBT events throughout the year, coordinated by the Provincetown Business Guild.
Business owners realize they live in one of the most beautiful and protected environments in the world. Keeping it that way has always been a priority, but there are also economic benefits to going “green.” Click here to find out more about the Cape & Islands Green program, and to find a listing of local businesses with a green designation! You can also take the Green Challenge with Cape & Islands Green for your business. Email to find out more! Email [email protected] to sign up to receive the Cape & Islands Renewable Energy Collaborative e-newsletter.