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Town Fields Closed 7/11/17 for Fertilization

Please be advised that ALL Town fields (Searles, Nashua Rd, Rogers, Griffin Park, and Tokanel) will be CLOSED on July 11th for fertilization of the fields. Please stay off the fields. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Notice from the Highway Agent - Paving

Residents are advised that the State of NH DOT will be conducting paving operations on Route 28 beginning at 6:30 AM on Wednesday, 6/21. Operations will continue throughout the day and possibly resume on 6/22, if necessary.

Vacancy for Alternate Member Zoning Board of Adjustment



The Town of Windham is currently seeking candidates to fill vacancies for Alternate Zoning Board of Adjustment Members. The role of an Alternate Zoning Board of Adjustment Member is to hear appeals from any order, requirement, decision or determination made by an administrative official and administers special provisions in the ordinance dealing with variances and special exceptions.

Alternate members participate in discussions at meetings and vote on applications in the event that regular members are absent. Alternate Zoning Board of Adjustment members are expected to attend regularly scheduled Zoning Board meetings, workshops, and training sessions.

You must be a permanent resident of Windham to be considered. Alternate Zoning Board of Adjustment Members are appointed by the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Meetings are generally held in the evenings on the Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month. The term will begin July 2017.

If interested, please submit a letter of interest to: Community Development Department, c/o ZBA Administrator, 3 N Lowell Rd, Windham, NH 03087, by June 26, 2017. Interested candidates will be requested to attend the 7/11/17 Zoning Board of Adjustment Meeting to introduce themselves to the Zoning Board and to entertain any questions. If you have any questions feel free to contact Nancy Bilodeau, ZBA Administrator at (603) 432-3806 or nbilodeau@windhamnh.gov.


Windham's 275th Schedule

Come celebrate with us this summer for Windham's 275th! Please see the attached schedule, which will be updated throughout the summer.

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Volunteer Opportunities

The Board of Selectmen is currently accepting letters of interest from Windham residents to fill positions on various Town boards and committees. Letters should be submitted to the Town Administrator, 3 North Lowell Road, or via email to TownAdmin@WindhamNH.gov no later than June 14, 2017 for consideration. Interviews with the Board of Selectmen will then be scheduled for a future meeting. Please be sure to include your address and a daytime phone number. Questions should be directed to the Town Administrator, 432-7732. (Note: Some of the expiring positions are currently held by individuals who may choose to seek re-appointment.

CABLE ADVISORY BOARD – 2 ALT VACANT: One 1-yr and One 2-yr term. Meets the second Thursday evening of every other month. Oversees the operations of the Cable Studio and other cable-related services of the Town, particularly as liaison to the local cable provider.

CONSERVATION COMMISSION – 1 ALT VACANT: One 1-yr term. Meets the second and fourth Thursday evenings of each month. Deals primarily with issues such as wetland and aquifer protection and review of subdivision plans for compliance; negotiates land purchases for approval by the Selectmen.

HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE – 1 CITIZEN VACANT: No set term limit. Meets as needed or required. Deals primarily with resident/departmental highway safety concerns. Reviews requests for recommendation to the Board of Selectmen.

HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION – 1 ALT VACANT: One 2-yr term. Meets the second Thursday evening of each month. Commission is charged with oversight of the Town’s designated historic districts, and the preservation of historic resources.

LOCAL ENERGY COMMITTEE – 1 REG and 2 ALT VACANT: Two 2-yr & One 2-yr terms. Meeting time varies. Primary role is to advise and assist the Town and its residents on reducing their energy usage and costs

RECREATION COMMITTEE – 3 ALTERNATES VACANT: One 3-yr; One 2-yr; One 1-yr term. Meets the third Thursday evening of each month, with some additional days for field inspections. Handles the recreational activities of the Town, including the Town Beach. Works with various associations involved with sponsoring activities.

REG = Regular Member, ALT = Alternate Member

Notice to East Nashua Road Residents

April 26, 2017
To the residents and property owners on East Nashua Road:

This letter is to inform you of upcoming work to be done by the Highway Department on this road. This will be a road reconstruction project as done last year further down the road. This year we will be working from Bedros Street to Londonderry Road to complete the project. Several items will need to be addressed prior to the actual start of roadwork.
Due to the intended roadwork several trees will need to be removed while others will need to be limbed and brush will need to be removed along the shoulder area. This is necessary to provide safe clearance around the utility lines, operating room for heavy equipment and adequate sight distance at driveways and intersections for daily traffic upon completion of the work. Again the town highway department will be marking these trees as necessary and will be happy to meet with any of you to further discuss this and or any other concerns you may have in regards to this project.

Actual roadwork will consist of removing stumps and brush, removal of existing pavements, and unsuitable materials from the roadbed. Then any necessary drainage work will be done, shoulders will be shaped as needed and new gravels will be put in place and compacted. Binder pavement will be installed and driveways and intersections will be tied in to the new pavements. Finish pavement will then be completed and shoulders will be graveled or loamed and seeded as necessary to finish the work.

As we spoke to earlier there are several items to address to get this project underway and so we would rather take a little more time in the beginning to get everyone in agreement and have a better job upon completion. We are hopeful we can get going sometime in late May or early June and have the project complete within eight to ten weeks depending on weather and scheduling with different subcontractors. This may lead to some traffic delays during the working hours and we ask for your cooperation and patience with those working on the project. We will make every effort to cause as little disturbance as possible but with roadwork things don’t always go as fast or as well as everyone would like. Hopefully once the work is complete it will be a vast improvement to the present conditions and all will be happy and forgive us for the mess during the ongoing roadwork. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter and as always we look forward to talking with you and addressing any concerns or answering your questions in general about this project.

Jack McCartney
Windham Highway Dept.

Notice of Upcoming Road Work

April 26, 2017

To Whom It May Concern:

Please be advised of upcoming paving work to begin in late May or early June on Blossom Road starting at Nashua Road and ending at Park Street, all of Tulley Street, all of Fordway Extension to the Derry town line, all of Balmorra Road, and all of Governor Dinsmore Road to the left of Searles Road. The work will consist of reclaiming the existing pavements, regrading the roadbed, compacting the materials, adjusting basins as necessary and then two layers of new asphalt put in place. All driveways will be adjusted to meet the new pavements as needed and shoulders will be either graveled or loamed and hydro seeded to complete the work. There may also be some brush and or tree work done as needed to accommodate the equipment, improve site distance and remove low hanging limbs. Equipment may also be left overnight on the shoulders of the road and hopefully within the Right of Way.

There will be delays as the work progresses of maybe a few minutes due to equipment and men in the road but there will be one lane open for travel at all times possible. We ask that you please be cautious of the workers and watch for the flaggers as they try to direct the traffic through the work areas.

If you have any questions or concerns prior to the start of or during the work phase please call the highway department at 603-216-5676. Thank you for your time and considerations.

Jack McCartney
Windham Highway Dept.

2017 Adopt-A-Spot Information

We would like to invite you to participate in the 2017 Adopt-A-Spot Program.  This Program provides businesses, volunteer groups, non-profit organizations and residents of the community, an opportunity to help improve designated areas of Town that could benefit from some love, care and attention.

We have “clean-up” spots and “garden” spots available for you to adopt and maintain through the month of September. 

For those who want to support the Program and help keep Windham beautiful but just can’t commit the time to do the work yourself, we have you covered.  You can “adopt” a spot for a one-day clean-up during the month of June.

We are accepting applications for our 2017 Adopt-A-Spot Program now through June 1st.

This is a great way for your business or non-profit organization to become involved in the community, help improve the overall physical appearance of the town, and is something we can all take pride in!

To see the spots available for adoption or for more information about the Program, please contact Cheryl Haas, Recreation Coordinator, at 603-965-1208 or chaas@windhamnh.gov.

The 2017 Adopt-A-Spot Program would not be possible without the generous support of many local Windham businesses and participants.  Thank you!