A town-wide valuation authorized by the Select Board and the NH Department of Revenue Administration has been completed. Preliminary Assessment Value letters with the new assessment for all properties located in Rollinsford were mailed mid August and informal reviews/appointments with Avitar were held the week of August 22, 2022. If you feel that the value of your property is not representative of the market value property as of April 1, 2022 or you have not received a letter, please contact the Town’s Assessor of Record, Avitar, at (603) 798-4419 or email [email protected]. If you have not received a response from Avitar within 3 business days please contact [email protected] or call (603) 742-2510 X320. The total value of the Town has changed, and the new tax rate will also change proportionately. Therefore, please DO NOT multiply the new assessment by last year’s tax rate. The new tax rate will not be set until October or November.
Flood Plain Ordinance Deliberation Minimum Lot Size Public Hearing
ADDENDUM TO AGENDA
Tuesday, December 5, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.
Rollinsford Grade School
The proposed amendments to the SECTION 7: LAND SPACE REQUIREMENTS TABLE Table 7: Lot Land Space Requirements Table for min. lot size are:
Urban Residential zoning district - increased from 15,000 sq ft to 30,000 sq ft; Suburban Residential zoning district - increased from 1 acre to 3 acres; and Country Residential zoning district - increased from 2 acres to 4 acres.
The Rollinsford Select Board will hold a public hearing regarding a proposed change to the Town Parking Regulations, Parking Ordinance 75-01, Section 1a Snow Emergencies.
The proposed changes to Section 1a Snow Emergencies would prohibit parking at any time on a public way for the duration of the snow emergency only.
Parking any motor vehicle on any public way within the Town of Rollinsford, New Hampshire shall be prohibited between the hours of 12:00 Midnight and 6:00 A.M from November 15 until April 1st until further notice. Any person in violation of this section shall be fined not more than $25.00 and shall have his or her vehicle towed away at the owner's expense if said vehicle is or may be hindering the removal of snow from town streets.
Section #1a SNOW EMERGENCIES:
The Chairman of the Board of Selectmen or Chief of Police shall have the power to declare a snow emergency whereby he may order that the all night parking ban will be changed to6:00 P.M. to 6:00 A.M for the duration of the snow emergency only.