You are encouraged to call 911 to request an ambulance; the Life Squad will be dispatched at the same time.
Gorham provides emergency dispatch service for Fire, Police, and Life Squad.
If there is no response from the Randolph Police, contact State Police at 1-800-842-3411.
TOWN DIRECTORY – GENERAL INFORMATION
A building permit is required when: a building or structure is constructed, relocated, demolished, outside dimensions are altered, or when a project other than normal maintenance exceeds $4,000.00. Permit applications may be obtained from the Selectmen’s office or downloaded here Building Permit rev 9-12-12 (Word). All building permits are governed by the Land Use Ordinance.
A permit must be obtained from Becky Boothman or Alan Lowe for any outdoor fire.
Business use of a property is governed by the Land Use Ordinance and may also be subject to Site Plan Review by the Planning Board. Please contact the Selectmen’s office with questions.
Our cemeteries are public. Applications for plots can be obtained from the Trustees (or from the Selectmen’s office which will submit them to the Board of Cemetery Trustees).
The Conservation Commission meets at 7 PM at the Town Hall. All meetings are open to the public.
Dog licenses must be obtained or renewed by the end of April each year.
A driveway permit is required for driveways entering a Town road. Permit applications may be obtained from the Selectmen’s office.
Please swim only at the Ravine House Pool.
Residents may rent the Pavilion for private functions and parties. Contact the Town Office for information.
FIRE PERMITS – see BURNING PERMITS
FIRE STATION / MUNICIPAL BUILDING (not staffed) 466-3911
The Forest Commission meets at 7PM at the Town Hall on the first Wednesday of the month. All meetings are open to the public.
The land use ordinance is available at the Selectmen’s Office or download here
Hours: Monday 10 AM to Noon; Wednesday & Thursday 3 PM to 8 PM; Saturday 10 AM to Noon
MUNICIPAL BUILDING, Pinkham “B” Road (not staffed) 466-3911
The planning board meets at 7PM at the Town Hall on the first Thursday of the month. All meetings are open to the public.
Call the Chairman for dates and times of meetings. All meetings are open to the public.
Please see information under Trash.
Please notify The Road Agent at 466-5185 if you have any issues or concerns with the road conditions.
Randolph belongs to the GRS Cooperative School District. District information can be found at the SAU20 website http://www.sau20.org/minutes/coop.php .
The Selectmen meet at 7PM at the Town Hall on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. Please contact the office to set up an appointment to meet with Selectmen. All meetings are open to the public.
A sign permit is required for freestanding and signs attached to buildings. Signs are regulated by the Land Use Ordinance. Permit applications may be obtained from the Selectmen’s office.
Subdivisions are controlled by the Land Use Ordinance and the Subdivision Regulations. Copies of both are available at the Selectmen’s Office. Download here Land Use Ordinance rev 03-08-2011 (PDF), or Site Plan Review Regulations 4-09-07 (PDF). or Subdivision Regulations rev 01-06-2011 (PDF) or Subdivision Application.doc (Word). Application or questions should be made to the Planning Board.
The tax collector is available by appointment.
The Town Clerk (or Deputy) is available at the Town Hall form 9 AM to 11 AM every Monday, and 7 PM to 9 PM every Wednesday. Please arrange to do your business at these times.
Household trash is picked up every Tuesday, beginning at 7 AM. Due to Bears and Crows, do not put out trash before Tuesday Morning.
SPECIAL NOTICE: Items containing mercury must not be placed in your trash These include: florescent blubs (including compact bulbs), thermometers, thermostats, mercury button cell batteries, some switches and relays. They can be disposed of on hazardous waste collection day. http://www.avrrdd.org/avrrdd-hazardous-waste-hazardous-household-waste-nh.html . Florescent bulbs may also be dropped off at the recycling center http://www.avrrdd.org/avrrdd-transfer-station-nh.html
Do not include construction debris, yard waste, brush, metal, or wood – these may be taken to the AVRRDD facility (see Bulky Waste).
Do not place hazardous waste in your trash. Hazardous waste will be collected at the special times during the year. – see info on hazardous waste at : http://www.avrrdd.org/avrrdd-hazardous-waste-hazardous-household-waste-nh.html
Recyclables must be separated and are collected on the first Saturday of each month. (Note the change in day) Recycling Brochure (pdf)
Recycling bins are available at Town Hall for $6 each.
Recyclables may also be dropped off at the AVRRDD recycling center – see info at http://www.avrrdd.org/avrrdd-recycling-center-nh.html.
Bulky Waste, Scrap Metal, Scrap Wood, Brush, Construction Debris, Tires, Refrigerators, and Air Conditioners may be taken to the AVRRDD recycling facility on Rt. 110, Berlin. A permit is required and is available for personal use to residents and land owners from the Town Office. A fee is charged for tires and items containing refrigerant. See info at http://www.avrrdd.org/avrrdd-transfer-station-nh.html.