NON PERISHABLE FOOD & TOILETRIES NEEDED

Message from the Rollinsford Police Department:

With our neighbors starting to lose their jobs, we would like to assist the Seeds of Faith Food Pantry in the collection of donations of non perishable food items and toiletries. Starting this Saturday and every Saturday thereafter from 9 am to 12 pm, the PD will be available to receive donations. Items may be dropped off at our garage door and someone will then bring them inside to be delivered to the pantry. If you are able to make a monetary donation, please place the check made out to the RPBA in the secure drop box at the front door of the town hall or mail to the RPD, PO Box 438. If you can spare anything it will certainly help out your neighbor who may not be so lucky during this trying time. Thank you.

Snow Removal Reminders

Now that we are in snow season, residents are reminded that the pushing or placing of snow from driveways across or onto public ways or sidewalks is prohibited by NH RSA 236:20 and Town Ordinance # 15.01, and carries a minimum fine of $100.00.

Jessica’s Law requires all motorists to remove all snow from their vehicles prior to travelling on a public way. The fine for this offense is a minimum of $310.00. Please remove all snow off your vehicle.

Trick or Treat 2019

Trick or Treat is scheduled for Wednesday, October 30th, 6 pm-8 pm.

The Police Department will be delivering reflective Halloween bags and glow sticks to the students at RGS.  The PD will be open for Trick or Treat and will have goodies for the kids.  Officers in the cruisers will also have goodies for the kids.
We remind all to be safe on Trick or Treat.  Only go to those homes with outside lights on, and have parents check candy before eating it.  Watch for vehicles as you travel down or across any roads.  The drivers may not see the children in the costumes.

Update from RPD: Recent Burglaries

The Town of Rollinsford is now being targeted for burglaries. In two weeks there have been 3: Rollins Road, Somersworth Road, & Beccaris Drive. Additionally we have received 2 reports of someone going to a home late at night, ringing the doorbell and then fleeing: Somersworth Road and Heritage Drive.

We have been diligent in stopping people and vehicles who appear to be out of place. We ask that you report ANY unusual activity to us immediately.

If you have a home surveillance system and have video of anything unusual around your home or the road in front of your home, we ask that you forward it to Chief Robert Ducharme at rducharme@rollinsfordpolice.org.

Thank you.