Due to the incoming winter storm, the transfer station will be CLOSED Saturday, January 29th.
Town Hall and the Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, January 17th in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
2022 Transfer Station stickers are now available for purchase at either Town Hall or the Transfer Station. The cost is $10 for the first and $5 for the second (limit 2 per household). You must provide a valid NH vehicle registration in order to obtain your sticker.
On September 15th the Transfer Station hours will move to the winter schedule.
Monday, September 13 is the final Monday evening that the Transfer Station is open until spring.
The winter Transfer Station Hours are:
Monday: 7am – 12noon
Wednesday: 7am – 12noon
Saturday: 8am – 2pm
Town Facilities (Library, Town Hall and Transfer Station) will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021 in observance of Memorial Day.
Monday: 2pm – 7pm
Wednesday: 7am – 12 noon
Saturday: 8am – 2pm
Transfer Station stickers will be available for purchase at the Transfer Station beginning Saturday, December 19th during regular transfer station hours. Stickers are $10 for the first sticker, $5 for the second. A valid vehicle registration must be presented for the purchase of each sticker.
Transfer Station Sticker Sales
Transfer Station stickers are currently available for purchase for the 2021 year. The Town Hall will be open for this purpose only on Mondays throughout the month of December. Residents can come to the Town Hall between 7am and 1pm on Mondays with their current vehicle registration. There is a limit of two stickers per household. Valid registration is required for each sticker. Stickers are $10. The second sticker within a household is $5.
Stickers may also be purchased through the vehicle registration process. Please submit separate payment for the stickers.
For the safety of Transfer Station Attendants and residents, residents must empty lawnmowers and other motorized equipment of all gas before recycling them as scrap metal. Fires have been happening at transfer stations in New Hampshire recently due to people failing to remove gasoline.