TOWN OF HEBRON
The Hebron Town Office Building is now open to the public. Masks are required when entering the building and we ask that social distancing is practiced in the lobby. The Board is encouraging the public to utilize email, phone, mail, and online services as much as possible to reduce the public traffic in the Town Office Building..
The Select Board will meet at regular scheduled meetings in the Town Office Building and ask that social distancing is practiced. Standard minutes will be recorded and publicized as required. Comments from the public may be made by email, phone or letter and will be read into the minutes and discussed.
The Town Clerk, Tracey Steenbergen, checks phone messages and emails daily. Vehicle renewal registrations can be done through the mail. Dog registrations, Beach Permits, and Bristol Transfer Station Permits can also be processed through the mail. A form is on the Town of Hebron website: https://www.hebronnh.org to request Bristol Transfer Permits to be mailed. If a vital record or marriage license is needed, please contact the Town Clerk at 744-7999 or email at email@example.com to make arrangements.
The Tax Collector, Carol Bears, is encouraging that taxpayers make payments through the mail or place the payment in an envelope and deposit into the Tax Payments mail slot located to the right on the building as you enter the porch. ACH payments can be made online clicking on the Tax Payment button on the Home Page of the town website. This link brings you to a Tax Kiosk where the property can be located by Name, Address, or Tax Map/Lot. The amount owed on this site does calculate penalties owed to that date.
The Police Chief, Travis Austin, will still be available by contacting the non-emergency number (603)744-5509. The phone will be answered by Police Dispatch and the information will be given to the officer on duty if someone is away from the office. For all EMERGENCIES please call 911.
The Fire Chief, John Fischer, will be available by phone when at the Public Safety Building at (603) 744-9468. The Public Safety Building will be locked to the public to protect the employees. For all EMERGENCIES please call 911.
The Library Trustees offers porch side service and information can be located on the Library page.
The Hebron Health Officer, Jim Gickas would like to pass the following along to the public with regards to concern with Public Safety and Health:
If you are looking for information about COVID-19:
NH DPHS: https://www.nh.gov/covid19/
If you have general questions on COVID-19 to this phone number: 2-1-1
Callers will reach a phone menu, and then select the ‘COVID’ option to reach a live operator. Callers should expect to wait patiently for many minutes to reach an operator.
If you have concerns that you may have been exposed to COVID-19 due to travel or potential exposure, please call the numbers below to contact the NH Division of Public Health Services.
During the day, call 603-271-4496 (office hours from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM) or 603-271-5300 (only after hours). Caller should expect to leave a message with an operator, or leave a voice mail, and wait patiently for a return call within a few hours.
If you are sick (i.e. symptomatic with fever, cough or shortness of breath), please call your healthcare provider:
If they don’t have a provider, they can call an urgent care clinic and ask for an evaluation.
If your employment has changed as a result emergency order issued by Governor Sununu as a result of the COVID-19, you are encouraged to File A Claim For Benefits at the State of NH Department of Employment Security website: https://www.nhes.nh.gov
The Hebron Select Board would like to thank the residents and public for adhering to the above to protect the health and safety of all.