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NOTICES

Town of Rehoboth

Municipal Announcements

Monday, February 19

PRESIDENTS DAY

FEDERAL HOLIDAY

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Tuesday, Feb. 20

CONSERVATION COMMISSION

7 PM - Town Office


BOARD OF SELECTMEN

7 PM - Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center


BOARD OF HEALTH

7 PM - Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center


ANIMAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

7:30 PM - Blanding Library


Wednesday, Feb. 21

PLANNING BOARD

7 PM - Town Office


REHOBOTH 375 COMMITTEE

7 PM - Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center


COUNCIL ON AGING

7 PM - Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center


Wednesday, Feb. 28

BOARD OF SELECTMEN

WORKSHOP MEETING

7 PM - Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center


Friday, March 30

GOOD FRIDAY HOLIDAY

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Sunday, April 1

Due Date for Rehoboth

Taxes, Census, Dog Licenses

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Monday, April 2

Spring Town Election

8 AM to 8 PM

Precinct 1: Town Office

Precinct 2: Senior Center

Precinct 3: South Fire Station


Monday, April 16

Patriot’s Day State Holiday

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Tuesday, May 1

Due Date for Rehoboth

Taxes, Census, Dog Licenses

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Monday, May 14

Spring Town Meeting

7 PM - DRRHS Auditorium


Monday, May 28

Memorial Day

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Wednesday, Aug. 1

Due Date for Rehoboth

Taxes, Census, Dog Licenses

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Monday, Sept. 3

Labor Day Federal Holiday

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Thursday, Sept. 6

State Primary Election

8 AM to 8 PM

Precinct 1: Town Office

Precinct 2: Senior Center

Precinct 3: South Fire Station


Monday, October 8

Columbus Day

Federal Holiday

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Monday, October 29

Special Fall Town Meeting

7 PM - DRRHS Auditorium


Thursday, Nov. 1

Due Date for Rehoboth

Taxes, Census, Dog Licenses

Closed:  Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Tuesday, Nov. 6

State Election

8 AM to 8 PM

Precinct 1: Town Office

Precinct 2: Senior Center

Precinct 3: South Fire Station


Monday, Nov. 12

Veterans Day

Federal Holiday

Closed: Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Wednesday, Nov. 21

Pre-Thanksgiving

Town Offices close at noon


Thursday, Nov. 22

Thanksgiving Day

Closed: Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Friday, Nov. 23

Post-Thanksgiving

Closed: Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Monday, Dec. 24

Christmas Eve

Closed: Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Tuesday, Dec. 25

Christmas Holiday

Closed: Town Office, Senior Center,

Schools, Library


Monday, Dec. 31

New Year’s Eve

Town Offices close at noon

At-a-Glance REHOBOTH

LOCAL

EVENTS

For complete details:  Calendar Page

MUNICIPAL

The list below includes posted meeting times for municipal boards, committees, and councils.  Info may change.

Sunday, Feb. 18

SUNDAY NIGHT JAMMERS
COMMUNITY DANCE

7 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


Tuesday, February 20

TUESDAY TOT TIME

10 AM - Blanding Library


Thursday, Feb. 22

KNIT ONE, PURL TWO

NEEDLEWORKERS GROUP

6:30 PM - Blanding Library


Friday, February 23

SURF & TURF RAFFLE

7 PM - American Legion Post 302


REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

8 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


Saturday, Feb. 24

ARTS IN THE VILLAGE

THE BOSTON TRIO

7:30 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


Tuesday, February 27

TUESDAY TOT TIME

10 AM - Blanding Library


Wednesday, Feb. 28

STORY AND CRAFT TIME

10 AM - Blanding Library


Thursday, March 1

SPAGHETTI SUPPER

FUNDRAISER FOR

375 PARADE

4 to 6:30 PM - American Legion Post 302


Saturday, March 3

CELEBRATING REHOBOTH

HISTORY & GENEALOGY

ALL-DAY SYMPOSIUM

10 AM to 4 PM

Carpenter Museum and Barn

Goff Memorial Hall


Monday, March 5

FREE INFORMATION MEETING

ON HOME ENERGY SAVINGS

1 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


ANNUAL MEETING

REHOBOTH LAND TRUST

7 PM - Carpenter Museum


Wed., March 7

BLANDING BOOK CLUB

7 PM - Blanding Library


Thursday, March 8

KNIT ONE, PURL TWO

NEEDLEWORKERS GROUP

6:30 PM - Blanding Library


Friday, March 9

REHOBOTH CONTRA DANCE

8 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


Saturday, March 10

REHOBOTH-SEEKONK

RABIES VACCINE CLINIC

AND DOG LICENSES

9 AM to 12 PM

Seekonk Public Works Garage

Route 44 and Lake Street . Seekonk


BUILDING WITH LEGOS

10:30 AM - Blanding Library


Sunday, March 11

ALL YOU CAN EAT

BREAKFAST

8 to 11:30 AM - American Legion Post 302


Sunday, March 11

AUDITIONS FOR

REHOBOTH TALENT SHOW

1 PM - DRRHS Auditorium


Tuesday, March 13

Wednesday, March 14

Thursday, March 15

ANNUAL MARCH MADNESS

CHILDRENS BOOK SALE

10 AM to 8 PM

Blanding LIbrary/Goff Memorial Hall


Thursday, March 15

COMMUNITY CPR and AED

CERTIFICATION CLASS

5 to 8 PM  -  Goff Memorial Hall


Monday, March 19

COMMUNITY CONVERSATION

ON SUICIDE PREVENTION

6 to 7:45 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


Wednesday, March 21

NEATTA MEETING

7 PM - Francis Farm


Saturday, March 24

47th ANNUAL REHOBOTH

FIREMEN’S BALL

6:30 PM - Hillside Country Club


Saturday, March 24

ARTS IN THE VILLAGE

CONCERT -  MYER DUO

7:30 PM - Goff Memorial Hall


Sunday, March 25

AUDITIONS FOR

REHOBOTH TALENT SHOW

1 PM - DRRHS Auditorium


Saturday, March 31

ANAWAN FIRE ASSOC.

ANNUAL CLAM BOIL

6 PM - Seekonk Rod and Gun Club

61 Reed Street . Rehoboth

Monday, April 2

Spring Town Election

8 AM to 8 PM

Precinct 1: Town Office

Precinct 2: Senior Center

Precinct 3: South Fire Station


Voter Registration

Monday-Thursday, 8 AM to 4 PM

Friday, 8 AM to 12 Noon

Town Clerk - Town Office

148 Peck Street, Rehoboth

Residents may also register to vote by mail online or by calling the Town Clerk’s Office at 508 252-6502, Extension 109 or 110.


Absentee Ballots

Absentee ballots are obtained by written request only and must have the voter’s original signature. Absentee ballot application forms are also available online for an individual request. Or for a request by a family member, go here. Any questions regarding voter eligibility or requests for mail-in absentee ballot applications may be directed to the Town Clerk’s Office. If you are not sure about your registration status or what precinct you vote in, check your voter status on the Secretary of State’s website.  If your registration indicates your voter status as inactive, please contact the Town Clerk’s office.


Town Annual Report

Available online on the town website


Mail Drop Box

Residents can now ‘drop off’ forms, fee and payments in a convenient mail box installed at the town office outside the front entrance. Please do not enclose cash money, only checks.


Dog Licenses:

Males/females: $20

Neutered/Spayed: $10

Available at the Town Clerk’s office Monday thru Thursday from 8 AM to 4 PM and on Friday from 8 AM to 12 Noon. If paying by check, please make sure it is made payable to Town of Rehoboth. You can pay online.  Dog licenses are due annually by April 1. Whether renewing online, via mail, or in person, dog license applications must be accompanied by a current year rabies certificate (with a vaccination date covering the current licensing year) and proof of spay or neuter [if applying for the $10 licensing fee] unless the documentation is already on file in the Clerk’s Office.  Dog owners should note that the license(s) will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is included with the postage (71¢ for one dog tag, 93¢ for two dog tags and $1.15 for three dog tags).


Property Assessment

You can access property information from the Rehoboth Board of Assessors.

Click here.


Open Burning

Open Brush Burning

Season from January 15 thru May 1

Burning season will run through May 1, 2018. The Rehoboth Fire Department issues permits for open burning seven days a week from 9 AM to 12 Noon at Fire Station 1, 334 Anawan Street (back entrance door). $5 per permit, paid by check or money order only. Please be cognizant of the rules and regulations. Burning is only allowed until 4 PM on approved days. Fine of up to $50 for open burning first offense. Please call 508-252-3725 with questions.


Old Flags

Veterans Services Office

Old and worn American flags should never be thrown in the trash.  They should never be burned in your back yard.  Give them to either a civic organization or veterans’ organization that conducts a dignified disposal ceremony.  The Veterans’ Service Officer at Town Hall has a box for old flags.


Town Medical Alert

Residents with special medical needs or disabilities can sign up, on a voluntary basis, for a medical alert list.  During emergency situations, such a severe weather events and loss of power, the town’s emergency services would like to know who might need special medical consideration, particularly those with oxygen dependency, ventilators, mobility issues, seizure disorders, visual or hearing impairment, etc. Parents or guardians of those with special needs or developmental disabilities are also encouraged to sign up.  Patient privacy laws pertain to any information provided. Email Rehoboth Ambulance or go to rehobothambulance.org