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No. Residents may transport their trash to the Transfer / Recycling Station, or contract pickup with a private company.
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As town-owned land, the Common is public property and cannot be exclusively reserved for private functions. You are welcome to conduct your ceremony there if you'd like, but we cannot prevent other individuals from using the area simultaneously.
The members of the Board of Selectmen are not regularly in the office, however, any concerns can be handled by the Administrative staff and/or the Town Administrator. If listed in the local telephone directory, the Selectmen may be reached at their homes, if desired.
Passes are available to Windham residents at the beach. There is no charge, however proof of residency must be presented (i.e. tax bill, vehicle registration, etc.)
Walking around the "Figure 8," the length is a 10th or two over a mile. The perimeter is just under.
Most departments, with the exception of the Police and Fire, are closed on all federally observed holidays. Any unexpected closings will be posted, at a minimum, here on the official website.
No, we cannot. However, if you contact the Administration Office of the Sisters of Mercy at 603-893-6550, they can assist you.
No. Applications for new / renewal passports are available from the Salem NH Post Office. You may contact them at 685-2005 for more information.
Yard sales do not require a permit. A permit is required to conduct a raffle, and can be obtained from the Administrative Offices. Ice cream truck and other vendors should contact the Chief of Police regarding any permitting requirements.
Yes, with the exception of Deer Leap (PDF) and Foster's Pond (PDF); subject to adherence to all other regulations. See the NH Fish and Game Hunting site for more information.
No. All properties in Windham are on private septic systems. With the exception of some limited areas in Town on community wells serviced by Pennichuck Waterworks (Phone: 882-5191), all are also on private wells.
If work is available, the Town of Windham is usually able to help fill your student's service needs. Please contact the Administrative Offices at 603-432-7732 for more information.
Tax bills are mailed twice a year, generally in June and November, and are due 30 days from the date of notice. Property taxes are assessed as of April 1 each year, and the tax bills represent an entire year billed in two installments.
Contact the Administrative Offices at 603-432-7732.
Voting takes place at Windham High School, and the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.