In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Town of Bartlett has closed the Town Hall to the public, however staff will be available to transact business during normal business hours as best we can. Many transactions can occur online, so please check throughout this website first before contacting offices.
In order to conduct business, we are using the following procedures:
TOWN CLERK – TAX COLLECTOR
STARTING APRIL 1, 2020 – OFFICE HOURS WILL BE 8AM-1PM MON/TUES/WED/FRI
Car registrations – March renewals can be done by calling the office or online. April renewals can be done by mail or online. New cars will need to be done by appointment. Please email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 356-2300 for assistance or instructions.
Transfer Station stickers – application forms are on our website and can be obtained by mail by including a self-addressed, stamped envelope. There are also forms outside the front door at the Town Hall. Stickers will be mailed to you. There is no fee for the sticker.
Birth or Death Certificates – These can be done online via the Vital Records button. Please email at email@example.com or call (603) 356-2300 for further assistance.
Marriage Licenses – These will be done by appointment only, so please email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 356-2300 to arrange a time.
Dog Licenses – If you registered your dog last year, it can be done online via the Dog Licensing button and you will need your dog’s license number from last year. For new registrations, please email at email@example.com or call (603) 356-2300 for further instructions.
Assessment cards, property file information, or any other information from our office can be obtained by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (603) 356-2950 for more information and how to obtain it. Deeds are available online at www.nhdeeds.com (Carroll County). Septic plans are available from NH Dept. of Environmental Services at www.nh.gov.
Most application forms are on our website so please check the Documents section of this website first before contacting our office.
Selectmen’s Meetings are suspended at this time. If you have an emergency or something that needs to be addressed, please email, mail, or call the office.
COVID 19 TRANSFER STATION CHANGES
Due to the potential for spreading the COVID 10 virus, the Transfer Station will NOT be accepting clothing for Planet Aid and the Dump Store will be closed. We will also be practicing social distancing, so please excuse our long distance interactions and possible yelling of directions to you.
UPDATE – Tuesday, March 24, 2020 will be the LAST DAY for the immediate future that the Bartlett Transfer Station will be accepting any items that you must PAY A FEE to deposit such as TV’s, refrigerators, construction debris, etc. in order to minimize person to person contact for the protection of the public and our employees. For the time being, Bartlett will continue to accept and require mandatory recycling as well as regular household trash.
UPDATE – Friday, March 27, 2020 -Transfer Station stickers are MANDATORY.
The recent adherence to displaying a transfer station sticker is not a new policy – residents and taxpayers have always been required to display a sticker when using the facility.
Due to some facilities closing and/or going to limited hours, people from other areas or states are coming to the Bartlett Transfer Station and attempting to use our facility.
We want to make sure that the Bartlett portion of the Transfer Station is used by Bartlett residents and taxpayers only. The only way to ensure this is through the proper displaying of a Transfer Station sticker. Our attendants cannot be expected to know everyone.
No Bartlett resident or taxpayer will be denied the ability to dump once, however, you will be asked to make sure to get a sticker for future visits. You may obtain a sticker by getting a form at the Transfer Station or to the right of the front door at the Town Hall or they are on our website at www.townofbartlettnh.org. Attendants CANNOT issue stickers, they do not have them. Fill out the form and either mail it in or leave it in the mailbox outside the front door of Town Hall (not the one at the road) and your sticker will be mailed to you. Be sure you have provided your mailing address on the form.
Your cooperation in these trying times will help us all get to the end of this crisis.
If you have an EMERGENCY, dial 911.
For other inquiries, please email email@example.com or call (603) 356-5868 which will connect you with the non-emergency dispatch at the Sheriff’s Department where you can leave a message.
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FROM THE NH DEPT. OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
NH Health Officers,
It’s likely that you’re getting many questions about the novel coronavirus situation, or COVID-19. The DPHS phone lines have been very busy, and we’d like health officers to refer people to the correct resources. The information reported here may change, so please visit the trusted websites and read email updates each day.
In the best-case scenario, a citizen would get information from a trusted source and avoid calling the phone lines. If they need more information, they can call 211 with general questions, or call NH DPHS for suspect-case questions, or if they feel sick, call a healthcare provider. Please note that the hours of the phone lines for the NH DPHS have changed.
Direct people who want to learn more about COVID-19 to these two trusted websites:
Direct people with general questions on COVID-19 to this phone number: 2-1-1
Callers will reach a phone menu, and then select the ‘COVID’ option to reach a live operator. Callers should expect to wait patiently for many minutes to reach an operator.
Direct people to immediately report any suspect cases of COVID-19 (via exposure or travel) to the DPHS at these phone numbers:
During the day, call 603-271-4496 (office hours from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM) or 603-271-5300 (only after hours). Caller should expect to leave a message with an operator, or leave a voice mail, and wait patiently for a return call within a few hours.
Direct sick people (i.e. symptomatic with fever, cough or shortness of breath) to call their healthcare provider:
If they don’t have a provider, they can call an urgent care clinic and ask for an evaluation.