Light Up the Town!

LIGHT UP THE TOWN of ROLLINSFORD
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
SPONSORED BY: SALMON FALLS FAMILY FUN DAY

If you are looking for a family activity why not decorate your home and/or yard and send family day committee your information, so we can judge your decorated home. There will be three prizes awarded 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
So, get your creative ideas ready and start decorating. Judging will be on Sunday, December 17th at 6PM. We will post our winners with your permission on Rollinsford town website.
Send your details to Denise Knowles at family-day@comcast.net include your Name, Address and Telephone number before Wednesday, December 13th to be judged.

Many thanks go out to our 2017 Business donor as well as our residents who donated funds to Salmon Falls Family Fun Day. We could not have family day without their support.

Cutter Family Limited Partnership Upper & Lower Mills

Rollinsford Police Benevolent Association, American Legion Post 47
Sons of American Legion Post 47, Martel-Roberge Auxiliary Unit 47
Post 47 Motorcycle Riders, Town of Rollinsford, Wentworth Greenhouse,
Woodland Homeowners Association, Woolley Plumbing & Heating, Atlantic Recycling Equipment
Fogarty’s Restaurant & Bakery, Janco Electronics, Inc., Mr. Electric-Dennis Burke
Phipps Landscape LLC, St. Anne’s Guild, Rollinsford Firemen’s Association
Suzanne Huard & Judith Nelson, Priscilla Stephens, Michael & Caitlin Rollo
Ken Ward, Erin & Rob Cavanaugh, Macy Dube, Barbara & James Printy

RPD Requests Public’s Assistance: Route 4 Collision

The Rollinsford Police have identified the driver of the vehicle involved in the hit and run collision that
occurred on Portland Avenue on November 7th which seriously injured a Rollinsford resident.  The driver
has been identified as   Stephen Spofford, age 50, last known address in Somersworth.  Police have an
active warrant for his arrest and are asking the public’s help in locating him.  We have reason to believe that
he knows we are looking for him.  Please call the Rollinsford Police Department at 742-2724 if you have seen
him or know where he is.

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New Transfer Station Fee Schedule

Ordinance 93-1 Transfer Station – Fee Schedule

  • Effective January 1, 2015, transfer station stickers will cost $10 per sticker; the stickers will be in effect for one calendar year.   The cost of an additional sticker will be $5.
  • Effective November 20, 2017, transfer station disposal fees have changed per the chart below.   
Type Item Current Fee
Construction and Demolition
Minimum Fee $5.00
Small Pickup/Small Trailer $20.00
Full Size Pickup (6 ft Trailer) $35.00
Full Size Pickup (8 ft Trailer) $45.00
One Ton Dump $60.00
Shingles
Per Square (3 bundles or 10×10  roof area) $10.00
Bulky Items
Sofa $25.00
Sleeper Sofa $35.00
Stuffed Chair $15.00
Mattress:  King $20.00
Mattress:  Queen/Double/Single $15.00
Box Spring:  King/Queen $15.00
Box Spring:  Double/Single $10.00
Carpet/Carpet Pad $15.00
Car Seats $5.00
Vacuums $5.00
Electronics
TV:   20″ or larger $10.00
TV: < 20″ $5.00
Computer Monitor:  CRT $10.00
Computer Monitor:  Flat screen $5.00
Computer Tower $5.00
Fax Machine $5.00
Printers $5.00
DVD/VCRs $5.00
White Goods
With freon (e.g. refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners) $20.00
Without freeon (e.g. dehumidifers, humidifers) $15.00
Microwaves $10.00
Fluorescent Light Ballast $5.00
Propane Cylinders
<= 20 Pounds $2.00
Tires
Car/Pickup $3.00
Car/Pickup Wheel $5.00
Construction Truck $20.00
Heavy Equipment $50.00

Per Action of Select Board, 11/20/2017

Winter Parking Ban

The town wide Winter Parking Ban begins November 15 and ends April 1. 

Town Ordinance 75-01 prohibits parking on any street between the hours of 12 am and 6 am.  Vehicles found in violation will receive a ticket. Vehicles found hindering snow removal operations will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.  The parking ban is in effect regardless of the weather conditions.

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