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State of New Hampshire        

     Press Release

DMV WILL BEGIN OFFERING REAL ID COMPLIANT CARDS IN JANUARY

CONCORD, NH – The New Hampshire Division of Motor vehicles will begin offering REAL ID complaint driver licenses and non-driver identification cards on January 3, 2017. New Hampshire citizens are not required to obtain a REAL ID complaint driver license or non-driver identification card and will need to opt-in if they chose to participate.

For those who currently hold a valid New Hampshire driver license or a non-driver identification card, there is no need to immediately replace it.  Current valid New Hampshire driver licenses and non-driver identification cards, whether REAL ID complaint or not, will continue to be accepted for federal identification purposes until October 1, 2020.

“We are happy to add the REAL ID complaint credential as an offering to our customers,” DMV Director Elizabeth Bielecki said. “Since all current licenses and non-driver ID’s will still be accepted by airport security and for entrance into federal buildings until 2020, we want to be sure that those who can wait until their regular renewal do so to avoid creating longer than usual wait times at our DMV locations.”

In order to obtain a REAL ID driver license or non-driver identification card, customers must apply in person at any DMV location.  Documents to prove identity and residency must be provided at the time of application.  The most commonly used documents to prove identity include a social security card and either a certified copy of a birth certificate or an unexpired passport.  Proof of residency, such as a valid, unexpired New Hampshire driver license or non-driver ID, utility bill or property tax bill, will also be required.  A complete list of acceptable documents and additional information on REAL ID can be found on the DMV website at NH.GOV/DMV

Epsom Town Clerk

Motor Vehicle Registration  Click Here to License Your Dog! Vital Records  Voter Look Up

The Town Clerk is responsible for Vehicle Registrations, Dog Licenses, Elections, Vital Records, Wetland Permits, Telephone Pole Licenses. The Town Clerk also issues Dump Stickers. The Town Clerk is an elected position, with a three year term. Dawn Blackwell has served since April 6, 1998.

Processing Your Motor Vehicle Registration at the Town Hall:
When registering at the town hall you need to only write one check for your registrations.  Please make your check payable to the Town of
Epsom. Please bring in your old registrations.

Please note: vehicle registration renewal letters are no longer sent.

TOWN OF EPSOM

NOTICE OF BALLOT COUNTING

RSA 658:31  

 Counting of blank ballots and testing of the ballot machine for the November 8, 2016 General Election will take place on Monday, October 31, 2016 at 1:00 PM at the Town Office. The public is welcome to attend.


For Your Information:
2016 Ballot Results
2016 Deliberative Session Minutes
Official Ballot Annual Town Election March 8, 2016
Candidates List 2016
Useful Links:
Tax Collector
Motor Vehicle Registration Procedures
Dog Licensing Rates
Voter Information Lookup

2015 Town Report
2014 Town Report
2013 Town Report
2012 Town Report
2011 Town Report

2015 Ballot Results
November 8, 2016 General Election Sample Ballot
2015 General Election SAMPLE Ballot
General Election Results November 4, 2015
2015 Filing Notice
2015 ELECTION RESULTS

  Town Clerk/Tax Collector  
Dawn Blackwell
603-736-4825 | dawnepsom@metrocast.net
 
  Deputy  
Livia Acdan
603-736-4825 | liviaepsom@gmail.com
 
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As of MONDAY, August 1, 2016
the Selectmen's Office Hours and the Town Clerk / Tax Collector's Hours are Changing

Town Clerk / Tax Collector's Office

Visit for Car Registrations, Dog Licensing, to Pay Taxes, Marriage Licenses, Birth Certificates, Elections

 and Dump Stickers

AS OF August 1, 2016 Monday

8:00am - 1:00pm

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Tuesday

10:00am - 3:00pm

Wednesday

CLOSED

Thursday & Friday

8:00am - 3:00pm

2nd & last Saturday

8:00am - 12:00pm

IF there is a holiday on the preceding Friday or following Monday, then the Offices will be Closed on that Saturday.

Sunday CLOSED

Town Clerk's Office

736-4825


SELECTMEN'S Office

Visit for Assessing, Mapping, Zoning Compliance, Planning Board and Zoning Board

Monday

10:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday

10:00am - 3:00pm

Wednesday

8am - 1pm

Thursday & Friday

8:00am - 3:00pm

2nd & last Saturday

8:00am - 12:00pm

IF there is a holiday on the preceding Friday or following Monday, then the Offices will be Closed on that Saturday.

Sunday CLOSED

Selectmen's Office 736-9002


Public Notices

WINTER NOTICE
Effective immediately & until April 1, 2017, no parking will be allowed on Town Roads between the hours of 7PM & 7AM or during a snow storm. 
AND...
 no snow will be plowed across or into any road in the Town or subject to a $500.00 fine per RSA 236:20. (Per order of the Board of Selectmen).

 

Dear Epsom Volunteers:

 

The Town of Epsom Selectmen is seeking volunteers to create an Economic Development Team.

 

In the past we have had several members volunteer for this activity and we are grateful for their time and experience!

 

We are now starting up again to encourage some economic growth in our Town, especially with some potential of water to be available near the Circle.

 

We need your expertise, time and effort to help our Town grow in the right direction.

 

Please consider this opportunity and contact the Town Office for more information.

 

Thank You!   


EPSOM TOWN NIGHT
Saturday, February 11th
Parents & Kids will unravel the USA Flag on the ice!
www.manchestermonarchs.com
or contact Selectman Chris Bowes for more info

Webster Park will closed for logging and clean up until further notice.


PLEASE
Refresh the Site
by Pressing the "F5"
"Function" Button


DARE PROGRAM GRADUATION

will be held on January 26th at 6pm

at the Epsom Central School

 

EPSOM FILING NOTICE

 

Several positions in the Town of Epsom will be up for election on March 14, 2017.  If anyone is interested in any of the following positions, he or she may file with the Town Clerk from January 25, 2017 to 5:00 pm on February 3, 2017.  Hours for filing are Mondays from 8:00 to 1:00 and 4:00 to 6:00, Tuesdays from 10:00 to 3:00 and Thursdays and Fridays from 8:00 to 3:00.  Someone will also be available on Friday, February 3rd until 5:00 pm.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call Dawn or Livia at 736-4825.     

 

3 Budget Committee Members for three years

1 Cemetery Trustee for three years

1 Library Trustee for three years

1 Moderator for two years

1 Overseer of Public Welfare for one year

1 Planning Board Member for one year

1 Planning Board Member for two years

2 Planning Board Members for three years

1 Road Agent for two years

1 Selectman for three years

1 Treasurer for one year

1 Trustee of Trust Funds for three years

 

 

Office Admittance Policy 


The Planning Board is looking for individuals interested in becoming volunteer members.  Please contact Vice Chairman John Hickey at 736-9002 or 608-7101 or jay.hickey@epsomnh.org if you have a question and / or if you are interested in becoming a member. Thank you for your interest and town support.

 


 

BiomonitoringNH is conducting a targeted public health study looking at two chemicals that might be in your well water (arsenic and uranium) and whether those chemicals are getting into your body. Participants receive FREE well water testing. Click here to learn more! 

 


 

EPSOM's FUTURE

The Board of Selectmen seek your opinion or ideas for the future potential use of the Meeting House.

Please click for poster.
Please submit your ideas to the Town office email:
Epsomtown@metrocast.net

 


NEW from our Police Department Drug Awareness... Click for Signs and Symptoms


 

BCEP Info on Plastic Containers & Rigid Plastics



Visit the Police Department Page for information on SCAM Alerts*Please report any scam calls to your local police department using our non-emergency number 736-9624


Right to Know Request Form



 
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Mailing Address:  PO Box 10, Epsom, NH 03234-0010

Selectmen's Office Phone: 603-736-9002

Town Clerk / Tax Collector's Office Phone: 603-736-4825

 

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