The Rindge Conservation Commission invites the public to get outside and enjoy the last days of summer on Sunday, September 20th while exploring Miriam Hunt Memorial Forest. read more
News & Notices
The Town of Rindge is seeking a Deputy Tax Collector. This is a part time position, applicants must be a Rindge resident. This position covers the Tax Collector's office for illness, vacation, certification week, convention and various workshops. Responsible for general office work under the direction of the Tax Collector. Appointment to the office shall be sworn in by the Town Clerk. Hours and pay will be determined. ...read more
To receive an absentee ballot you will first need to fill out the Absentee Ballot request form. Follow this link to go to the fillable form.
Print this out and bring to the office or mail it. We will need an original signature on each form for each voter. Once we receive the completed form we will either hand you the ballot in the office or mail it out to you that day. The instructions will be with it, as well as 2 envelopes to return it to us at the office. The smaller envelope will need to be signed and then all documents and that envelope will need to go in the largest envelope. You will then mail it back to us or hand it to us at the office. You MAY NOT drop it in the drop box. It must be mailed or hand delivered to the Town Clerk or her Deputy. You can follow your ballot on the sos.nh.gov website. If you do not see activity in 48 hours, please let us know. We will follow up and try to find out what needs to be done.
DEADLINE for Absentee Ballots is 5pm the day of election. Remember they must be mailed or handed to the Town Clerk or Deputy. We will check the mail after 1pm and be at the office at 4:55pm on the day of election to receive any ballots that may come in at that late hour.
If you have any further questions, please email me at email@example.com or call 603-899-5181 x107.read more
There are new capacity limits for town meeting locations due to social distancing and remaining under 50% capacity. Please see the following numbers:Meetinghouse-holds 36Recreation Building-holds 42Board of Selectmen Conference Room-holds 15Fire House Meeting Room-holds 20 ...read more
All Rindge town buildings are open to the public effective 6/18/20 except for the Town Office. Please check with each building as some guidelines may vary slightly. The Town Office will open Monday 6/22/20 with normal hours.Social distancing must be adhered to, there are red x's marking the floor at each level (6 ft apart) and masks are recommended. Enter at your own risk. There are tables with hand sanitizer at each entrance and signage with guidelines for the building operations. Please respect the space of others and be patient with our new recommended guidelines. ...read more
See: How to Apply for WelfareStep 1: Download, print and fill out the application or pick an application up at the town office.Step 2: Gather the required paperwork listed on page 1 of the application.Step 3: Call town office at 899-5181 Ext. 101 to set up an appointment*During COVID: In-person ...read more
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Attention Rindge Citizens and Contractors:
Please take a moment to check the fee schedule that was approved by the Selectmen on May 27, 2015.
NH Handfree Electronic Device Lawread more
Probably the first concern of new residents is their automobiles. If you are coming from another state and your vehicles are 2000 or newer models, we need to convert your out of state title to a NH Title. We will need the original title OR current registration if you have a loan on the vehicle. You will need to fill out an address change form and bring in proof of residence such as a utility bill or rental agreement, etc. We cannot accept P.O. Boxes as proof of residency.As of January 1, 2015 motor vehicles year 2000 and newer need titles, a vehicle that is 1999 or older, a person must present to the clerk at the time of registering either a previously issued New Hampshire certificate of registration or copy thereof (temporary registrations do not meet the requirements of previously issued), a valid title (NH or out of state) or a vehicle identification verification form (VIN Verification) completed by an authorized agent named on the form (these forms may be obtained at the Town Clerks Office or from the police department) and a bill of sale. Vehicles 2000 and newer need a title and a bill of sale.Most passenger vehicles can be completed at the town level, heavier vehicles, over 26,000 lbs. have to be completed at a State DMV Office. After you have established your residency and registered your car, it is time to transfer your out of state license to a NH license at the nearest DMV. Keene 15 Ash Brook Court, Keene, NH 03431 and Milford 4 Meadowbrook Drive, Milford NH 03055 both do licensing on Mon - Friday; the fee for the license is $50.00 and both are open 8:00am to 4:30pm. When transferring your license you will need proof of residency; your N.H. vehicle registration is acceptable proof, also you will need your birth certificate and one of the following: Passport, Baptismal Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Social Security Card or Military I.D.~If you are coming from another town in NH, you will still need to bring proof of residency and your prior registration before we can renew or transfer your registration. If someone else other than the owner of the vehicle comes in to register, they must have the prior registration and written permission from the owner of vehicle to perform that transaction along with a piece of mail showing the physical address in Rindge. The Right to Privacy Law prevents any person who is not on a registration to receive any information.~Payments may be made by cash, check, Master Card, Visa, Discover & American Express (2.75% convenience fee is added to the total for credit or debit transactions).read more
The Town of Rindge is inviting proposals for contract at the Selectmen's Office, 30 Payson Hill Rd, Rindge, NH for winter sand. Each bid must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly identified with the Bidder's name and marked "Town of Rindge Bid #20-1 Winter Sand". See below for more details.read more
Anyone wishing to get a copy of a birth, marriage or death record, and this includes genealogy searches, must pay a $15.00 search fee for each record - whether it is found at this office or not. Birth records after 1900 are not open to public. You must prove you are a direct relation. If you are looking for a death record, be sure the person died in NH. If they were a resident, but died in MA or some other state, we will not have that record. You would need to get it from the state in which that death occurred. Marriage & Death records are not open to public after 1936 without the same proof of relationship.
Marriage License filing fee is $50.00. You will be asked to fill out a 2 sided form with information about you and your parents. You will also fill out a form asking how many copies of the Marriage Certificate you will want after your wedding. The cost is $15 for one copy and $10 for each additional copy. You will need this for changing your name on your driver's license and with the Social Security dept.
You must provide: 1.) original documents of birth from your city or town where born (raised seal required) 2.) if widowed or divorced, those documents which have been filed and have a docket date and signature of the filing clerk/death certificate. If your divorce took place in MA be sure to bring in the page that says ABSOLUT. This is required. 3.) a photo ID such as a driver's license or passport.
Since a marriage filing takes about 30 minutes, we ask couples not to show up less than a half hour before closing. See hours above.
You can request the paperwork ahead of time via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). This cuts down on your wait time in the office and gives you time to fill in the paperwork without feeling rushed.
Payments may be made by cash, check, Master Card, Visa, Discover & American Express (2.75% convenience fee is added to the total for credit or debit transactions).
The next item most people ask about is, "What do I do about my dog?" All dogs from the time they get their first rabies shot as puppies, must be licensed. Fees are: $9.00 not altered, $6.50 altered & $6.50 for puppies under 7 months old, first dog owned by a senior citizen (65+) $2.00 and $20.00 Group license (4+ dogs). Please bring documentation from your veterinarian showing rabies inoculation with rabies tag number and the expiration; also if the dog has been neutered or spayed, bring that documentation. Without these papers we cannot license the dog. If during the move you lost these documents, I will accept a fax or email from the veterinarians' office directly to my office; fax is 603-899-2108, email: email@example.com. Though cats must have a current rabies shot, we do not license them. Also the leash law is in affect (RSA 466:13-a); no dog shall be allowed to roam freely from their yard, each time dog is found roaming the dog officer may charge $25.00 per incident per dog. Every year the dog license must be renewed by APRIL 30th. Please check your rabies expiration in March to make sure it is current, I cannot renew the license if shot has expired.read more
The Town Clerk will be issuing Dump Stickers and Punch Cards for the Transfer Station online (rindgenh.org), by mail (with self-addressed stamped envelope) or via the mail slot in the green back door of the town offices. Seniors (65+) $10 and all others $30 for dump stickers. Punch cards are in denominations of $5, $10 and $20. Checks should be made out to the Town of Rindge. You can mail them in to 30 Payson Hill Rd, Rindge, NH 03461, purchase them from the Town Clerk during normal business hours OR drop them in the mail slot in the green door at the back of the town offices. Please be sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope.