Trick-or-Treat Guidelines

 

Town of Rollinsford

Guidelines for Trick or Treat

Friday, October 30, 2020

5 pm- 7pm

The Town of Rollinsford is not prohibiting Trick or Treat activities and encourages residents to follow the state recommendations set by the Governor’s Office.  The CDC lists trick or treat activities as High risk and residents need to take responsible action to prevent the spread of Covid 19 and ask themself if the possible risk is worth it.

If you are planning on Trick or Treating:

  • STAY HOME if you are not feeling well.
  • Wear a mask that that covers both mouth and nose. A costume mask alone is not sufficient.
  • Avoid large gatherings or parties and maintain a 6-foot distance from others not with your group, including when accepting treats.
  • Practice frequent hand cleaning-bring hand sanitizer with you and use it often.
  • Only go to those homes that you know.

If you are planning on handing out treats:

  • Do not participate if you are ill or are concerned for your health.
  • Turn on an outside light.
  • Wear a mask that covers both mouth and nose. A costume mask alone is not sufficient.
  • Maintain a 6-foot distance between you and the trick or treaters by placing a table or object on your driveway or lawn and place the candy on that item.
  • Clean the table/object frequently.
  • Set up so people do not need to touch your home’s door handles and doorbells.

Additional information and guidelines can be found at CDC. gov and ReadyNH.gov

Mandatory Water Ban: All Outdoor Water Use

As drought conditions persist and parts of Strafford County, including Rollinsford, have been elevated to “Extreme Drought”, the Rollinsford Water and Sewer District is placing a mandatory water ban on all outdoor water use. The ban is effective immediately and will be in place until conditions improve. Per this ban, the following activities are restricted within the District:

  • Watering of residential landscape areas (lawns or landscapes) *also prohibited townwide as of 9/28/20*
  • Washing of vehicles
  • Washing down paved surfaces
  • Filling of swimming pools

Please be advised that the water use restrictions will be enforced. The first offense will result in a written notice for failure to comply. A second violation will result in a $100 fine. A third violation will result in a $500 fine. If you observe violations to the ban or have any questions, please contact the District office at 603-742-8124 or via email.

Water Restriction Notice

Effective September 28, 2020, the Town of Rollinsford is enacting a water restriction prohibiting the watering of residential lawns due to the severe drought conditions that continue throughout most of the State. Parts of Strafford County including Rollinsford are now in an EXTREME drought. All residents within the Town of Rollinsford must comply with Level 3 restrictions found in Ordinance 2016-02 which can be found on the Town website. The Town encourages people to consider other ways to conserve water including not washing vehicles. For more information visit the NH Department of Environmental Services

Planning Board Workshop 9.29.20: Revisions to the Zoning Ordinance

The Planning Board will be holding a workshop on Tuesday, September 29th at 7:00pm to discuss potential revisions to the Zoning Ordinance. Revisions must be approved by voters at Town Meeting in March. Residents who are interested in revisions are encouraged to share their ideas with the Planning Board at this time.

Petition warrant articles for zoning amendments will be accepted between November 9th and December 9th.

The meeting will be held via Google Meets. Link to join the meeting: https://meet.google.com/yhe-idff-ocm

People may also participate by phone: 1 570-554-0287 PIN: ‪277 788 818#