Litter Patrol Clean Up 5.13.23

SAVE THE DATE for the Rollinsford Conservation Commission‘s third Litter Patrol Clean Up event: Saturday May 13th from 9-11 AM. We’ll meet at town hall to pick up vests, bags and pickers. Take one hour of your day to patrol your neighborhood or an area you’ve noticed around town. There are many roadside areas more noticeable now since all the snow has melted. Just leave your filled blue bags on the side of the road and they’ll be picked up. Thank you for your support!!


  The Rollinsford Conservation Commission & Beautify Rollinsford Project will host a Hill Garden planting day on May 20, 2023 at 9AM. We will be adding 45 shrubs, trees and other plants to the Hill Garden and we need your help! Please consider volunteering for an hour or two anytime throughout the day. Bring a friend, a shovel, a bucket to carry away extra dirt and lots of good energy. Thank you for your support!
Questions? Please email Maggie McCauley

Garden Club Updates

Composting Talk

The Rollinsford Garden and Local Sustainability Club and Friends of the Library are hosting a talk by Mr. Fox Composting on April 13th @ 6:30 pm in the Community Room at the Rollinsford Public Library. This is a great way to learn about options in composting and the value it has in your community. Contact Michele Small with any questions 603-988-3222

Garden Beds

Rollinsford Community Garden also has garden beds available to rent at the garden site on Foundry Street. The beds are 4 X 12 and the annual fee is $25.00. Please contact Michele Small at 603-988-3222 or at [email protected] for more information if interested.

SRPC Kickoff Event for POP!

Strafford Regional Planning Commission Is Inviting You to a Kickoff Event for Promoting Outdoor Play! (POP!)

Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) invites you to participate in a fun, family-friendly summer challenge for its Promoting Outdoor Play! (POP!) project. It is primarily aimed towards children and families but includes everyone. SRPC hopes to get you outdoors to explore the amazing recreation spots we have here in our region, and has spent a year collecting information on more than 300 sites! View them all in the POP! Online Map Viewer. Partners include The Childrens Museum of NH and Goodwin Community Health, and the project is funded by the NH Children’s Health Foundation.

SRPC will be holding its event kickoff on Tuesday, Jul. 20 at the Rotary Arts Pavilion in Dover at around 11AM, or just after the summer kids concert series concludes! There will be prizes throughout the summer for participation in our POP! Summer Recreation Passport Program, and for those who log their adventures using the POP! Digital Map Viewer. SRPC hopes to see you there!

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RFD “Drive-Thru” Fundraiser 5.1.21

Join the members of the Rollinsford Fire Department Association for a “Drive-Thru” fundraiser on Saturday, May 1st from 11am-2pm. The menu will include hotdogs and burgers ($3 for a single item, $5 for two) and each meal will also include a bag of chips and a water.

We look forward to seeing everyone and thank you for your support!

CHAT Project Forum 4.22.21

Join Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) as they partner with the towns of Lee, Madbury and Rollinsford on a community Zoom forum to gather feedback on their Communities for Healthy Aging Transitions (CHAT) project. This forum was previously planned for Mar. 30 but has been rescheduled. This project seeks to identify strengths towards and opportunities for each regional community providing an inclusive, welcoming, supportive, and healthy environment for people of all ages.

To accomplish this SRPC wants to hear from the people that know Rollinsford best, those who live and work in town. Using virtual public engagement tools like Zoom’s breakout rooms and live interactive polling, SRPC will lead a discussion to best understand what residents value about their communities, and opportunities for making it even better.

Please join this interactive opportunity for providing input which will now be held on Thursday, Apr. 22 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. The best part – you don’t even have to leave your house-and you can still participate and share your thoughts!

SRPC looks forward to CHATting with you! Register online at, and contact communications and outreach planner Shayna Sylvia at [email protected] with any questions.

Can’t wait to share your thoughts or won’t be able to make the session, take the online CHAT survey.

Meetings 2.25-3.1

Recreation Committee Meeting: Thursday, February 25 at 6:30pm The public is welcome to join the meeting by following THIS LINK or by calling +1 732-820-7176 PIN: 311383821#.

Supervisors of the Checklist Meeting: Saturday, February 27 from 11:00 to 11:30 a.m Members of the public wishing to join the meeting can do so via Zoom HERE. Voters wishing to change party affiliation may do so at Town Elections on June 8.

Select Board Meeting: Monday, March 1 at 6PM The public is welcome to join the meeting by following THIS LINK or by calling +1 929 205 6099 Meeting ID: 994 9536 4441 Passcode: 990611