Town Hall Holiday/Summer Hours

Town Hall Offices will be CLOSED Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th.

They will be open Wednesday, July 5th from 9am – 1pm and then on Thursday, July 6th from 3pm – 7pm.

Town Hall Offices will be CLOSED on Fridays during July, August, and September.

 

 

 

Upcoming Select Board Meetings and Cancellations

The Select Board will meet onThursday, June 15th at 2:30pm in Non-Public Session to review elderly exemptions and veterans’ credits.
 At 3:30pm the Select Board will open and review bids for the culvert projects in public session. After opening the bids, if necessary, the Board will go back into non-public session to continue the review of exemptions and credits. The Select Board may conduct other business before returning to exemptions and credits, if deemed necessary by the Board.

The Select Board meeting of Monday, July 3rd is cancelled.

Parking at Town Hall During Drainage Project

Gagnon Construction has begun the exterior drainage work at town hall. Chief Ducharme has agreed to help provide parking logistics during the duration of the project. 

Gagnon Construction will be starting on the side of town hall where the RPD currently parks its vehicles. RPD vehicles and officer vehicles will be parked on Fourth Street during the duration of the project. Town Hall visitors and Town Hall officials/staff will continue to park in the front of the building. 

When work moves to the Main Street side of the building, Town Hall visitors and Town Hall officials/staff will park on the side of the building. We may be able to provide some parking in the front as well.  

If you are disabled or require some special assistance reaching town hall during this time please call town hall or the RPD.

The Select Board appreciates the town’s patience during the duration of this project and thanks Chief Ducharme and the RPD for its logistical help and RPD vehicle accommodation.

Advertisement for Bids: Culvert Work

Proposed Culvert Replacements Willey Street, Pine Street, Lower Mill OutfallTown of Rollinsford

Rollinsford, NH

 

Sealed Bids for the construction of the Proposed Culvert Replacements Willey Street, Pine Street, Lower Mill Outfall will be received at the Town of Rollinsford Town Hall, 667 Main Street, Rollinsford, NH 03869, until 3:30 PM local time on Monday, June 15, 2017, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read. Full project details are available online here, or in person at the Town Hall. 

Office Closure

The Select Board Secretary’s Office will be closed Thursdays until August 3rd. If you need assistance with Welfare or assessment cards, please call to make an appointment or stop in during office hours on Monday-Wednesday or Friday. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Water Ban Lifted

At its meeting on Monday, May 8, the Select Board removed the water ban restrictions relating to the drought situation in NH.   Based upon the state drought monitor updated on 5/4/17, Strafford County is almost completely drought-free with only the southern reaches of the county in an “abnormally dry condition.”

The Board appreciates the cooperation of all during the water ban and encourages us all to be mindful of this most precious of resources.

Stormwater Management Projects

The Select Board has contracted with Public Water Systems Services/Scott McGlynn to provide the following services:

  • PWSS will again be conducting water quality tests at the town’s three outfalls on the Salmon Falls River, an impaired waterway:  one set of tests will be done in the spring and one set in the fall.
  • PWSS will be installing check dams in Stockdale Circle in the deep gully that flows into Partridge Lane.   PWSS will check with homeowners prior to installing the check dams if S. McGlynn needs to cross onto owners’ properties.   The check dams are not permanent installations and will be providing the town with diagnostic feedback regarding the causes of the erosion and silt depositions that happen at the outfall across from the American Legion.

We anticipate that these services, except for the fall testing, will occur in the first two weeks of May.