Rollinsford Select Board
Rollinsford Town Hall
Tuesday, July 5, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.
Pursuant to RSA 31:95-b, the Rollinsford Select Board will hold a Public Hearing on the acceptance of the State Grant Funds for the purchase of body cameras for the Rollinsford Police Department.
For your convenience, the remote hybrid meeting information for this meeting and the Select Board meeting that will follow is listed below:
Phone: 1 661-772-9098 PIN: 549 030 565#
The regularly scheduled Select Board meeting will follow at 6:30 p.m.
Posted: June 28, 2022
Posted at: Rollinsford Town Hall and the Post Office Posted by: C. Boyle
Rollins Road is reopened to all through traffic. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Trick-or-Treating has been moved to Sunday, October 31st from 5-7PM due to forecasted inclement weather.
The Select Board is pleased to announce that effective Monday, March 29, 2021, Jonathan Uraskevich is the new Chief of Police for the Town of Rollinsford. Today begins a new era for the Rollinsford Police Department under the capable leadership of Chief Uraskevich. The Select Board is looking forward to working with the Chief and implementing common goals.
A winter parking ban will be in place starting today at 4 pm and will expire on Wednesday at 12 pm.
The Select Board has decided to engage with Municipal Resources Inc. (MRI) to lead the Police Department for the next few months starting January 1st while a search for a new permanent Chief is conducted.
Having an outside firm manage the Department in the short term will provide the Board with the insight needed to objectively determine the best path forward for Rollinsford. The Police Chief is one of the most important positions in a Town. Therefore, the Select Board will take the time to exercise due diligence in filling the vacancy. All current officers have been encouraged to apply for the permanent Chief position once it is posted.
The Town has already benefited from the experience and expertise of Sean Kelly of MRI through the outside investigation of a domestic violence incident earlier this year. Through that process it became clear that outside perspectives can be helpful in assessing Rollinsford’s needs. We don’t know what we don’t know!
The cost of these services falls well within the budgeted amount for the planned full-time Police Chief position because of the savings in not paying the associated benefits.
We hope you will all provide Mr. Kelly a warm welcome.
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:
If you are planning on handing out treats:
Additional information and guidelines can be found at CDC. gov and ReadyNH.gov