Important Public Health Notice
Community Response to COVID-19
Reduced Public Access for all Town Buildings
New Update: March 26, 2020 3:40pm
Governor Sununu issues Stay at Home order Link to WMUR
Town will maintain essential services: Police, Fire/EMS, Highway, Town Clerk/Tax Collector, Human Resources and Administration via phone, interenet and mail.
New Update: March 23, 2020 1:30pm
Deering volunteers have made non-perishible food bags for people affected by covid-19 (coronavirus). The bags are available for pick-up or delivery. Please call town administrative office between 8am - 4pm to arrange.
The Town of Deering Selectmen and Emergency Management Team continue to monitor updates from Federal and State officials regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). In light of the recent recommendations and State of Emergency announced by the Governor, our town departments are adjusting accordingly. To protect the public and staff from exposure and ensure continuity of service we are implementing several proactive steps.
The Board of Selectmen in cooperation with Town Clerk/Tax Collector voted March 17th, effective March 18th, to protect public health during the COVID-19 Emergency, to limit access all town buildings to essential employees, officials and visitors by appointment. With exception to public meetings posted pursuant to RSA 91-A, the meeting must be open to the public in the public space noticed.
We will continue to transact your non-emergency business via phone, email, mail and internet services Monday – Thursday 8:00am to 4:00pm. We regret any inconvenience this may pose. It is in the best interest of the town residents and state to protect public health and maintain continuity of services.
All Deering Fire Stations are closed to the public unless it is a medical emergency. If you have an emergency please call 911.
We encourage people to use the online Tax and Clerk payment systems. Most applications and forms for other transactions are available for download on our website.
The Deering Police Department will be limiting face-to-face contact with the public. Non-emergency business transactions should be handled over the phone by calling (603) 464-3127 or (603) 464-3600. VIN verifications and fingerprinting services will be suspended until further notice.
- If you have an emergency please call 911.
- Appointments for Emergency Welfare Services can be made by calling 603-464-3248 between 8:00am-4:00pm or by calling 603-464-3600 after hours.
- For administrative services, package deliveries or general questions please call 603-464-3248 between 8:00am-4:00pm
- Call the Town Clerk/Tax Collector between the hours of 8:00am-4:00pm 603-464-3224 for assistance
Please see our new website page COVID-19 that will be updated frequently with links to information and resources. A link tab can be found on the home page top banner. Please also subscribe to News and Updates by clicking on the link in the Citizen Action Center - GET NEWS and UPDATES.
All public meetings will be postponed until after April 11th.
The Library will be closed for visitors. We encourage you to use the free book shelf in the Town Hall first floor lobby or the Little Free Library outside of Town Hall. We are suspending all requests to use the Town Hall Meeting spaces until further notice.
We are in contact with Hillsboro-Deering SAU 34 and will provide links to updates about at home learning and nutritional support.
For NH COVID-19 Hotline call 211 or visit the NH 211 WEBSITE
For emergency only call 911
Please call 603-464-3248 if you need assistance
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