Annual Springtime Curbside Pickup of Yard Waste

 

The  Hampton Public Works Department will conduct the annual springtime curbside pickup of yard waste (leaves, grass clippings, pine needles, etc.) during the week of April 27 through May 1, 2015 on the regular rubbish day.

Residents are reminded to put this material in either biodegradable paper bags or loose in trash barrels and free of any trash or paper products because this material will be composted. Twigs, branches, or brush may only be taken to the transfer station and will not be picked up at the curb.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

 

The 2015 Spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection will take place on Saturday, May 30, 2015 from 8:00 am through 12:00 noon.  The drop off this year will be at the Public Works Facility at 11 Hardardt's Way.  Driver's License is required as proof of residency.  Limit per car – 10 gallons or ten pounds.

Zoning Review Subcommittee – Request for Letters of Interest


The Hampton Planning Board is in the process of forming an advisory subcommittee to review zoning districts and associated requirements for various locations in the Town.  Interested citizens of the Town should submit a letter to the Planning Board (attention Chairman Brendan McNamara) at 100 Winnacunnet Road.  Letters of interest must be received no later than 5:00 PM on May 5, 2015.  Questions may be addressed to the Town Planner, Jason M. Bachand at 929-5913 or via email at jbachand@town.hampton.nh.us.

The Planning Office has received two requests to review and consider the best uses for properties in the Town of Hampton, which may require rezoning of the subject parcels.  These requests involve parcels in the Liberty Lane/Exeter Road area and parcels west of Ashworth Avenue.  While the anticipated first tasks of the subcommittee involve the subject parcels, the intent is to maintain an active subcommittee that routinely evaluates zoning and potential land uses throughout the Town in an effort to encourage the conservation of natural resources and facilitate suitable land development. 

The Zoning Review Subcommittee will work with the Town Planner.  While it is anticipated that the subcommittee will meet 1-2 evenings per month, specific meeting dates and times will be determined once it has been formed.

Testimony on SB213 Meals and Rooms Tax Revenues.

 

Establishing a Committee to Study the Formula for Distribution of Meals and Rooms Tax Revenues.
 

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/Senate/committees/
committee_details.aspx?cc=S17

How To: Renew a Vehicle On-Line


Have you wondered, is there a better way while standing in line at the Town Clerks Office?  If so, here is your way out of the line. Click this “Link” to see how easily it is to renew your vehicles, get copies of Death, Birth and Marriage Certificates all online, on your schedule from the comfort of your Home, Work or wherever you may be!

Monthly TV Broadcast Schedule of Live Meetings

To stay up to date with any changes, please check out the Town Meeting Calendar at
http://www.hamptonnh.gov/?page_id=364

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Week 1

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

 

 

Energy Committee

7 pm

 

Week 2

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

 

Planning Board 7pm

 

 

Week 3

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

Hampton School Board 6:30 pm

 

Zoning Board of Adjustments

7 pm

 

Week 4

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

Budget Committee 7pm
Note 2

 

Zoning Board of Adjustments

7 pm
Note 3

 

 

Note 1.  Board of Selectmen adopt a summer schedule that is posted on the Town Meeting Calendar.

Note 2.  Budget Committee adopts a winter schedule that is posted on the Town Meeting Calendar.

Note 3.  Zoning board of adjustment keeps an overflow meeting just in case schedule cannot be handled in one night.

Non-Emergency News Delivery


The Town has Non-Emergency News delivery systems to help citizens stay informed.

Facebook Page: mark the Town's Web page as a "Like" using your Facebook account to pick up information.

E-mail Subscription: submit your email address to get messages.

Voice Calling System: add your cell phone or home phone to get a pre-recorded 30 second voice call.

Annual Springtime Curbside Pickup of Yard Waste

 

The  Hampton Public Works Department will conduct the annual springtime curbside pickup of yard waste (leaves, grass clippings, pine needles, etc.) during the week of April 27 through May 1, 2015 on the regular rubbish day.

Residents are reminded to put this material in either biodegradable paper bags or loose in trash barrels and free of any trash or paper products because this material will be composted. Twigs, branches, or brush may only be taken to the transfer station and will not be picked up at the curb.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

 

The 2015 Spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection will take place on Saturday, May 30, 2015 from 8:00 am through 12:00 noon.  The drop off this year will be at the Public Works Facility at 11 Hardardt's Way.  Driver's License is required as proof of residency.  Limit per car – 10 gallons or ten pounds.

Local Weather

 

Click here for Weather Conditions in Hampton.

Zoning Review Subcommittee – Request for Letters of Interest


The Hampton Planning Board is in the process of forming an advisory subcommittee to review zoning districts and associated requirements for various locations in the Town.  Interested citizens of the Town should submit a letter to the Planning Board (attention Chairman Brendan McNamara) at 100 Winnacunnet Road.  Letters of interest must be received no later than 5:00 PM on May 5, 2015.  Questions may be addressed to the Town Planner, Jason M. Bachand at 929-5913 or via email at jbachand@town.hampton.nh.us.

The Planning Office has received two requests to review and consider the best uses for properties in the Town of Hampton, which may require rezoning of the subject parcels.  These requests involve parcels in the Liberty Lane/Exeter Road area and parcels west of Ashworth Avenue.  While the anticipated first tasks of the subcommittee involve the subject parcels, the intent is to maintain an active subcommittee that routinely evaluates zoning and potential land uses throughout the Town in an effort to encourage the conservation of natural resources and facilitate suitable land development. 

The Zoning Review Subcommittee will work with the Town Planner.  While it is anticipated that the subcommittee will meet 1-2 evenings per month, specific meeting dates and times will be determined once it has been formed.

Testimony on SB213 Meals and Rooms Tax Revenues.

 

Establishing a Committee to Study the Formula for Distribution of Meals and Rooms Tax Revenues.
 

http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/Senate/committees/
committee_details.aspx?cc=S17

How To: Renew a Vehicle On-Line


Have you wondered, is there a better way while standing in line at the Town Clerks Office?  If so, here is your way out of the line. Click this “Link” to see how easily it is to renew your vehicles, get copies of Death, Birth and Marriage Certificates all online, on your schedule from the comfort of your Home, Work or wherever you may be!

Today on Channel 22

On-Line Vehicle Renewals

 

Monthly TV Broadcast Schedule of Live Meetings

To stay up to date with any changes, please check out the Town Meeting Calendar at
http://www.hamptonnh.gov/?page_id=364

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Week 1

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

 

 

Energy Committee

7 pm

 

Week 2

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

 

Planning Board 7pm

 

 

Week 3

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

Hampton School Board 6:30 pm

 

Zoning Board of Adjustments

7 pm

 

Week 4

Board of Selectmen Meeting 7 pm

Note 1

Budget Committee 7pm
Note 2

 

Zoning Board of Adjustments

7 pm
Note 3

 

 

Note 1.  Board of Selectmen adopt a summer schedule that is posted on the Town Meeting Calendar.

Note 2.  Budget Committee adopts a winter schedule that is posted on the Town Meeting Calendar.

Note 3.  Zoning board of adjustment keeps an overflow meeting just in case schedule cannot be handled in one night.

Hampton CRIMELINE 929-1222

 

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