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Emergency Public Health Regulation 2020-01 Regarding Campgrounds is now in effect
Please CLICK HERE for more information
Are you looking for a daily or seasonal Fire Permit? Visit 
Yes there is a $3 fee.
But consider it your way to help keep our firefighters just a little bit safer.
Budget Holdback Initiative (BHI):
The Pandemic is affecting everyone's bottom line.  And the Town is no different. Here are some of the things our Town Office staff are doing to save money from the Covid-19 Recommended Fiscal Plan. (CLICK HERE)

i. Retain balance of Employee Buyout Funds
ii. Restriction on Employee Vacation Buy-Downs
iii. Holding off on new employee hiring in Planning
iv. Controlling of spending of facility energy consumption (adjusting facility lighting & temperature controls)
v. Anticipated reduction in fuel expenditures due to reduction in cost/use
vi. Anticipated reduction in vehicle maintenance cost due to reduced use
vii. Evaluation of restriction of seasonal employee hiring
viii. Anticipated reduction of office supplies and printing
ix. Restrictions on purchase on all non-critical items and equipment
x. Restrictions and reductions in overtime (cannot compromise safety)
xi. Restriction of contracted services to only those deemed mission critical
xii. Earmarking funds not used for activities due to COVID-19 restrictions
xiii. Restricting use of legal services to TM or Designee approval
xiv. Not Re-painting Town Roads in 2020
xv. Reduction in contract scope of work (i.e. road sweeping, uniform services)
xvi. Accelerate action on Facility LED Conversion to reduce cost
xvii. Accelerate phone system conversion to reduce cost
xviii. Altering Town and SAU Dumpster pick-up schedule to reduce cost
xix. First Quarter savings on Street Light LED Conversion
xx. Leveraging State and Federal Emergency Programs to mitigate cost

In addition, the Town has established financial practices to track the cost associated with COVID-19 across all Town Departments for potential FEMA reimbursements and relayed this information to the SAU for their consideration. 

State General Election - November 3, 2020 
State Primary Election - September 8, 2020

New Voters and voters wishing to make changes to their status can still do so.
Call the Town Office: Mon - Friday at (603) 895-7024 or 895-7025 or 895-7026. During the Hours of 8:00AM – 12:30PM and 1:30 PM – 4:15PM to set up an appointment.

New Voter applications and changes to voter status will also be accepted on June 2, 2020 when the Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session at the Dudley Tucker Library from 7:00PM to 7:30PM.

This is the LAST DAY to CHANGE PARTY AFFILIATION before primary day, which is Tuesday, September 8, 2020.

New Voters must be 18 years old, a US Citizen or Naturalized, Domiciled in Raymond. Bring Proof of ID, drivers license, military/student photo, passport, naturalization papers and proof of residency, such as tax, utility or cable bill.

CLICK HERE for more information about Candidacy Information
CLICK HERE for Absentee Voter Information

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