NON PERISHABLE FOOD & TOILETRIES NEEDED

Message from the Rollinsford Police Department:

With our neighbors starting to lose their jobs, we would like to assist the Seeds of Faith Food Pantry in the collection of donations of non perishable food items and toiletries. Starting this Saturday and every Saturday thereafter from 9 am to 12 pm, the PD will be available to receive donations. Items may be dropped off at our garage door and someone will then bring them inside to be delivered to the pantry. If you are able to make a monetary donation, please place the check made out to the RPBA in the secure drop box at the front door of the town hall or mail to the RPD, PO Box 438. If you can spare anything it will certainly help out your neighbor who may not be so lucky during this trying time. Thank you.

Update Regarding Transfer Station Protocol

We appreciate everyone moving through the Transfer Station as quickly as possible, not stopping for a friendly chat, and handling their own waste.

There is one more precautionary change we are implementing effective Wednesday, March 25th.

The Transfer Station will not be accepting cash. Please pay by check whenever possible.

If you have any bulky items to dispose of, including demolition debris, which has a fee for disposal, please see the Attendant. If you are not able to pay by check, the Attendant will issue something that looks like the receipt you once received but it is now a bill. The staff will retain a copy for Town records. Payment by check or cash may be submitted to the Town Office via the drop box in the front door, or via mail at PO Box 309. DO NOT MAIL CASH. We appreciate checks for all transactions whenever possible. Checks should be made out to “Town of Rollinsford.”

Payments are due in 60 days though there is no fee for late payment. However, payments are expected by the end of November so we can close the books on 2020 properly. Your cooperation is appreciated.

Thank you for continuing to adapt with us through these extraordinary circumstances.

Select Board Meeting 3.23.20

The Select Board will be meeting on Monday, March 23rd at 6:30pm at the Town Hall.

We ask that those who are feeling unwell in any way not come to the Town Hall. Public seating will be in the hallway while the meeting takes place in the conference room. We apologize, but this is necessary to maintain proper social distancing. Those who would like to attend the meeting by phone are welcome to call 1 662-426-4694‬ and enter PIN: ‪776 315904‬# Please identify the mute button prior to calling and mute your phone until there is a public comment period. Then unmute your phone to comment.‬

We appreciate your patience as we try to adapt to new ways of carrying on essential functions during these extraordinary times. If you have any questions, please call the Town Office at 742-2510 or email

COVID 19 Update 3.17.20

Coronavirus COVID-19 Announcement:
Change in Town Functions

Town Hall is closed to the public for at least two weeks. Staff are working on-site during open hours. We accept cash or check only for all purposes.

Please deposit items for processing in the drop box in the front door of the Town Office or mail them. We will mail registrations, Transfer Station stickers and other items back to you. Please include a phone number or email address in case we need to reach you. We apologize in advance for the delay caused by the manner in which we need to interact under the circumstances. Please allow extra time for processing and submit items for processing earlier than you might usually.

There will be no meetings for the next two weeks with the exception of the Select Board meeting on Monday, March 23rd. Meetings must always be open to the public. However, if you feel ill in any way, we ask that for the foreseeable future you do not attend meetings or enter any public buildings. Comments to committees and boards can be made in writing through the office and will be passed on to the appropriate committee. If you leave contact information and you require a response, someone will respond to you.

Transfer Station protocol: The Transfer Station will remain open. However, we ask that for the safety of the employees and one another, that you do not stop to talk with neighbors or employees. Keep moving! Unfortunately, during this time, the employees have been directed NOT to assist people with their waste. We apologize for this but feel it is in everyone’s best interest.

You may email us at the links below. Or call the office at 742-2510.

Town Clerk
Tax Collector
Town Administrator

For vehicle registrations:
Please use the mail-in renewal notice. You may mail it in or use the drop box. Have a new or new-to-you vehicle? Please call or email the Town Clerk. Registrations will be mailed back to you. Once the registration is processed, it is in the State system (so the police will know you are current if you are pulled over.)

Building Permits:
Please print them at home by going to the website and putting “building permit” in the search bar on the homepage. If you cannot print please let us know and we will put one in an envelope on the door with your name on it or put it in the mail. Once filled out, mail it in or put it in the drop box. They are typically available on Tuesdays. Please call the office to find out if it is ready and the amount due. Submit payment by mail or in the drop box and we will mail the permit back to you. Questions? Call the office or email admin@rollinsford.nh.us

Tax payments:
Please mail them in or put them in the drop box. Call the office or email taxcollector@rollinsford.nh.us

Other:
For all other purposes, please call or email the office.

We appreciate your understanding during these unprecedented times. If we all take precautions now, perhaps we can reduce the duration of the inconvenience.

Cancellations & Closures 3.16.20

Rollinsford Public Library:

After careful consideration the Board of Trustees of the RPL has decided it is in the best interest of the community and our employees to close the library at this time. Employees will be available on the phone from 10-12 Mon-Thurs to help you access online materials that are available with your card and to answer questions.

ZBA Site Walk for 3.16.20:

The ZBA Sitewalk for  the new subdivision at 658 Silver St. originally scheduled for Mon. 3/16 at 6pm has been POSTPONED.

 

Select Board Meeting 3.16.20

The Select Board members will be attending a training at 7:00 pm Monday, March 16th at the Fire Station.

There will be a Select Board meeting at 7:30 pm at the Fire Station on Monday night following the training.

COVID-19 Preparedness Announcement

The Town of Rollinsford is keeping abreast of the Coronavirus situation as it develops. We are taking steps to reduce the risks of infection to you and our staff by disinfecting surfaces daily. Based on the information we have at this time, we are asking people to change the way they normally go about their business with the Town as follows:
Please avoid visiting the Town Hall as much as possible. As much as you can, please email or call for information and questions instead of dropping by. When in proximity of other people, keeping a distance of six feet away is considered safe for the protection of each person.
Vehicle registrations: Please use the mail-in renewal notice you receive in the mail for vehicle registration renewals. You can mail them in or put them in the drop box in the front door of Town Hall. Only new vehicles require a visit in person.
Dog licenses: Please renew by mail or drop box.
Need a Transfer Station sticker? You can do this by mail or drop box as well by including a photocopy of the vehicle registration along with $10 for the first sticker in the household or $5 for an additional sticker. Stickers will be mailed back to you.

Please follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control at https://www.cdc.gov/ If you have any signs or symptoms, please avoid public buildings.
The Department of Health and Human Services has information on their website including statistics which are updated daily at https://www.nh.gov/covid19/
Call 211 for information and inquiries about COVID-19. Please do not call to test the line. It is for questions and information about COVID-19 only.