Did you know that dogs must be registered with the Town Clerk by April 1st of each year? Under NH RSA 466:1 Procuring License; Tag. – Every owner or keeper of a dog 4 months old or over shall annually, cause it to be registered, numbered, described, and licensed for one year in the office of the clerk of the town in which the dog is kept, and shall cause it to wear around its neck a collar to which shall be attached a metal tag with the following information thereon: the name of the city or town, year of issue of license and its registered number. The tag and license shall be furnished by the clerk at the expense of the town. Regardless of when the license is obtained, the license shall be effective from May 1 of each year to April 30 of the subsequent year. You must show a current rabies certificate and the fees are $6.50 for spayed/neutered dogs, $9.00 for unspayed/unneutered, and $2.00 if the owner is over 65 yrs. old. If you have any questions, please contact the Town Clerk’s office at 356-2300.
THE SAND PILE FOR RESIDENTS’ USE IS LOCATED AT TOWN HALL IN THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING NEAR THE SALT SHED INDICATED BY A SIGN WITH ORANGE FLAGS:
NO SALT IS TO BE TAKEN. SALT IS ALREADY MIXED IN WITH THE SAND. NO ONE SHOULD BE IN THE SALT SHED.
SAND MAY NOT BE TAKEN FROM THE MAIN PILE. FOR SAFETY REASONS, NO ONE SHOULD BE AT THE MAIN PILE AND TO ALLOW ACCESS BY THE HWY DEPT.
SAND MAY BE TAKEN BY A BARTLETT PROPERTY OWNER OR RESIDENT TO BE USED ON THEIR BARTLETT PROPERTY ONLY. THIS APPLIES TO RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.
A COMMERCIAL OPERATOR, INDIVIDUAL, CONTRACTOR WHO MAINTAINS PROPERTIES FOR A FEE MAY NOT TAKE ANY SAND. NOTE: SAYING THEY DON’T CHARGE FOR SAND DOES NOT QUALIFY.
SAND MAY ONLY BE TAKEN IN THE WINTER MONTHS FOR USE IN SANDING DRIVEWAYS.
Your cooperation in complying with this policy is appreciated.
NH Fire Service and Emergency Medical Services Committee of Merit awarded Bartlett Fire Captain Travis Chick a Fire Unit Citation Award at a ceremony held on Monday, September 28, 2015 at the Concord Auditorium in Concord, NH. The award was presented to Chick for his actions during a fire at the Woodland Pines condominiums last April when he saved the life of the resident who was occupying the unit. Bartlett Police Officer Cheryl Harris and Jackson Fire Captain Anthony Giovanni were also recognized for their efforts at this fire. Congratulations Travis, Cheryl and Anthony!