PUBLIC HEARINGS

The Town of Rollinsford Select Board will be holding two public hearings on Monday, January 14, 2019 at the Rollinsford American Legion on Foundry Street. The first, at 6:00 pm, will be regarding the bonding of approximately $2.4 million dollars for a new combined Police Station/Town Office facility at 472 Silver Street. The second will commence at 6:30 pm or immediately following the previous public hearing and will address proposed changes to the Housing Standards Ordinance in reference to nuisance properties. Details of both proposals are available at the town office.

The Select Board’s regular weekly meeting will commence immediately following the public hearings at the same location.

RPBA Annual Monarchs Hockey Game

The Rollinsford Police Benevolent Association’s annual Manchester Monarchs trip is scheduled

for January 11, 2019.  The game is scheduled to begin at 7 pm.  Tickets to the game are FREE and include a meal voucher ticket.  For those who do not wish to drive to Manchester, free bus transportation will be provided to and from the game.  Tickets are limited and are available by contacting Chief Robert Ducharme at 742-8549, ext. 303 or at rducharme@rollinsfordpolice.org.
Tickets to this event go fast so order your tickets early.

Winter Parking Ban

A winter parking ban goes into effect November 15th and prohibits vehicles from parking on any street between 12 AM and 6 AM regardless of the weather conditions. Vehicles found in violation are subject to ticketing and towing at the owner’s expense. Vehicles found hindering snow removal operations will be ticketed and towed at the owners expense.

To receive notifications of daytime snow emergency parking bans, click here

Holiday Food Baskets

Once again the Rollinsford Police Benevolent Association will be distributing full holiday meal baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas to those less fortunate.  The RPBA is looking for donations of frozen turkeys, canned goods, boxes of stuffing, cash or grocery store gift cards.  For more information about the program, or should you know someone who could use a holiday food basket this season, please contact Chief Bob Ducharme at 742-8549, ext 303 or via email.

Drug Take Back Day 10.27.18

On Saturday, October 27, the Rollinsford Police Department will be participating in the DEA Take Back Drug Campaign.  The PD will be open from 10 am to 2 pm so residents can drop off unwanted, outdated, medications, pills, etc.,  no questions asked.

If  you are unable to make it to the pd that day, you can make arrangements for pickup or drop off at the pd that is convenient to you by calling our dispatch center at 742-2724 or by emailing Chief Bob Ducharme.

Lets keep these items out of the hands of people who should not have them.

Church Street: New Stop Sign

Drivers on Church Street are reminded to be extra cautious as a new stop sign has been installed on Church Street at the intersection of Jesse Doe Road coming from the direction of St Mary Church. With the installation of this sign vehicles travelling on Church Street coming from Main Street will have the right of way when turning left onto Jesse Doe Road.

Emergency Alert System Test

On Wednesday, October 3, beginning at 2:18 pm, there will a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System and the National Wireless Emergency Alert System.  Some cell phone subscribers may receive a message that reads THIS IS A TEST OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM.  NO ACTION IS NEEDED, along with an alert tone.
The WEA and EAS systems provide national warning in the event of dangerous weather, missing children,and other critical situations, and provides the President with the communications capability to address the nation during a national emergency.
Do not be concerned if you receive the message as it is ONLY A TEST