Meeting Information

SELECTBOARD MEETING LOCATION
2529 Route 25A, Orford, NH

Selectboard meets every 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 5:30 PM in the Town Office to conduct Town business

CULVERT REPLACEMENT ON TOWN ROAD #100 AT ARCHERTOWN BROOK

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 @ 7:00 pm, in the Niles Room, Orford Town Office, Orford, NH

Please join us for an informational presentation by the engineers from Dubois & King as they present the plans and costs to replace the culvert on Town Road #100 at Archertown brook. This project is expected to be undertaken this summer or early fall (2020).

This is a FEMA funded replacement for the culvert that was washed out during rain events in 2017.  The replacement culvert design and placement are required to meet specifications as directed by New Hampshire Department of Environmental services (NH DES).

We look forward to seeing you at this presentation.

Leadership

John Adams, Board Chair
(603) 727-8886
jqadams@orfordnh.us

Tom Steketee, Board Member
(603) 728-8169
tsteketee@orfordnh.us

Fred Kidder II, Board Member
(603) 359-2028
fkidder@orfordnh.us

The Rivendell Review Committee’s (RRC) Impact Summary can be found under Documents at the bottom of this page

Contact & Hours

SELECTBOARD OFFICE – The Selectboard’s office is located in the Town Office
Mailing Address: 2529 Route 25A, Orford, NH 03777
Phone: 353-4889
Fax: 353-4489
email: orfordselectmen@orfordnh.us
Esther Dobbins-Marsh, Administrative Assistant
Office Hours:
Monday thru Thursday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

2020 US Census

Once every decade, the federal government conducts a census of the entire population to count everyone in the United States and record basic information about them. Our nation’s founders believed this data was so important that they mandated the decennial census in the Constitution.

Easy and Convenient – In 2020, for the first time ever, the U.S. Census Bureau will accept responses online, but you can still respond by phone or mail if you prefer.

Confidential and Secure – Strict federal law protects your census responses. It is against the law for any Census Bureau employee to disclose or publish any census information that identifies an individual or business. Census Bureau employees take a lifelong pledge of confidentiality to handle data responsibly and keep respondents’ information private. The penalty for wrongful disclosure is a fine of up to $250,000 or imprisonment for up to 5 years, or both. No law enforcement agency (not the DHS, ICE, FBI, or CIA) can access or use your personal information at any time. Data collected can only be used for statistical purposes that help inform important decisions, including how much federal funding your community receives.
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KEY MILESTONES FOR THE 2020 CENSUS

March 2020—The public can begin responding to the 2020 Census online at 2020census.gov. Replying by mail or phone will also be an option.
April 2020—Every 10 years, we observe Census Day on April 1.
June 2020 through July 2020—Census takers go door to door to count people who have not responded to the 2020 Census. Census takers are Census Bureau employees and will provide proof that they are official government personnel.
December 31, 2020—By this date, as required by law, the Census Bureau reports to the President of the United States the population count and the apportionment of seats in the U.S. House of Representatives to each state.
2021—Initial 2020 Census data are made available to the public on www.census.gov