Earth Day is April 22nd
Epsom will conduct their annual town-wide roadside clean-up.
In honor of Earth Day the Epsom Conservation Commission is
offering volunteers who assist with roadside clean-up a Christmas
Sapling. Sign up at the Library,
pick up your trash bags or supply your own.
Contact the Conservation Commission with the area that you cleaned
up, who volunteered and how much trash you collected. You will be
eligible for a Christmas Tree Sapling. Saplings will be
available starting April 19th at the Epsom Library.
You can leave your information at the Library,
firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Epsom Conservation
Commission, P.O. Box 10, Epsom, NH 03234-0010.
The Board of Selectmen has approved the BCEP
disposal form asking for authorization from BCEP to dispose of
un-sorted trash from the roadside clean-up from April 19th
BCEP has authorized residents collecting
roadside trash to deliver the unsorted trash to BCEP.
BCEP has the following guidelines:
First and foremost, the District staff has final say.
District will not accept material, that staff believes are from
other than roadside cleanup, at no charge. Additionally, items
such as paint or other liquids or tires, must be separated and not
combined with other trash. No hazardous or 'unknown' materials will
be accepted as BCEP is not permitted for that. District
staff will have final say on what is, or is not accepted, and at
Thank you for your help in cleaning our roadsides as well as
adhering to BCEP's guidelines!
NH's Hands Free Law takes Effect July 1, 2015
Please see Police Department's Tab for more information...
The Food Pantry
at the Old Town Hall 1598 Dover Road is Open Wednesday's Noon to 2pm &
Saturday's 10am to Noon