Deliberative Session Postponed

Town of Rollinsford

Legal Notice

Per Emergency Order #83 pursuant to Executive Order 2020-04, The Town of Rollinsford hereby notifies you of the following postponements:

Deliberative Session Postponement

The deliberative session originally scheduled for February 6, 2021 at 9:00 a.m., Rollinsford Grade School, Rollinsford, NH has been postponed until May 8, 2021.  

Official Ballot Voting Postponement

The second session of the annual meeting, to vote on questions required by law to be inserted on said official ballot and to vote on all warrant articles from the first session on official ballot originally scheduled  for March 9, 2021 at the Rollinsford American Legion in Rollinsford, NH has been postponed until June 8, 2021.

 

Budget documents have been posted at the Rollinsford Town Hall, Rollinsford Post Office, Rollinsford Grade School and American Legion Hall.   Documents can also be found  ONLINE HERE.

Updated Vehicle Registration Information

As a reminder, Town Hall is open this week, Tuesday and Thursday evening from 3PM – 7PM for voting related business only.

Town Hall will be closed on Tuesday, November 3rd for voting.

Voting will be held at the American Legion on Foundry Street from 7AM – 7PM.

Please refer to the new Vehicle Registration Procedures for all automobile registration related questions. If do not find the answer to your question in the updated document, please submit your question via email.

Thank you for continued patience during this unprecedented time.

Town Hall Phased Re-Opening

Town Hall has remained closed to the public since March. Starting today, August 25, 2020 will be open on Tuesdays from 3-7pm. Staff is still here working on other days. If your transaction can be handled via the drop box in the front door, we encourage you to continue to submit items that way. If you need immediate assistance with a transaction, you may come in on Tuesdays from 3-7. This is the first phase of the Select Board’s opening plan. Depending on how well it goes, they will consider opening the front office for all Town Hall hours.

During this time, the Town Hall will only be open for:

Voter registration, including absentee ballot applications

Vital records (birth, death and marriage licenses and certificates)

Motor vehicle registrations

If you need assistance with a matter that is not covered in the list above, please visit the Town website for more information. Those with questions may email or call the office at 742-2510

Visitors and staff must wear masks and maintain social distancing.

We appreciate your patience as we strive to offer services in a safe manner for the public and Town staff.

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.