COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 questions or concerns? Call 2-1-1 or visit:


04.22.2021: The Town Hall will be open to public access beginning Monday, May 03, 2021.  Face masks will be required for all transactions and CDC guidelines will be in place.  Residents are encouraged to continue to do transactions online.  Residents not wishing to enter the Town Hall may call ahead or ring the doorbell for assistance. There is an after hours mail slot adjacent to the front door of the Town Hall for 24/7 drop-off.


Town Clerk/Tax Collector: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Selectmen's Office: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Building Inspector/Code Enforcement: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Police Department: Monday - Friday:  9:00 am - 4:00 pm (*Officers are on duty 24 hours a day)

Transfer Station: Wednesday, Saturday:  8:00 am - 5:00 pm

01.14.2021: NH DHHS has issued travel guidance for the public.The CDC has guidance for people traveling within the United States. Because travel increases a person’s chance of getting COVID-19 through close contact with others or contaminated public surfaces, anybody traveling should continue to avoid public transportation, avoid gatherings with people who are not immediate household members, keep a distance of at least 6 feet from others, wear a face mask when in public areas, and frequently sanitize their hands.  Recently published state recommendations can be found at:  Travelers/visitors to AND residents of NH need to self-quarantine for 10 days following the last date of any high-risk travel, which includes travel internationally (including to/from Canada); on a cruise ship; or domestically outside of the New England states of Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, or Rhode Island for nonessential purposes. 

01.04.2021:Town Health Officer / Emergency Management Director, Dennis Cote, is monitoring the latest statistics and health advisories. A reminder, if you have COVID-19 questions, travel questions, or other concerns please call 2-1-1 or visit:  

06.22.2020: Helpful information and links (click on the title): School Meals at Home, Transportation OptionsTemporary Eligibility and Program Changes (NH Dept. of Health and Human Services)NH P-EBT Frequently Asked Questions, Well-Being of Vulnerable Adults.

04.21.2020: A Reminder from the Town's Health Officer, Martha Wassell--On April 14, Governor Sununu reinforced that his Stay-At-Home order is in effect through May 4, 2020. No decision has been made yet on when there might be a gradual reopening.  Please be sure to wear a face mask when out in public; see the attached information sheet by clicking this link.

04.08.2020: From Martha Wassell, Town of Greenland Health Officer - Stay at Home

04.04.2020: The Town Hall remains closed to the public. Please see our website for mail and online options being offered virtually. Additionally, we are temporarily reducing the days Town Hall employees are physically present in the Town Hall to Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Employees will be working remotely Tuesday and Thursday, and will still be responsive to your questions and inquiries. This change is effective immediately. 

04.03.2020: Beware of COVID-19 scams. For more information, and instructions on how to report suspected fraud attempts, see the flyer from the NH Attorney General's Office.

04.03.2020: The Fire Department is trying to put together a list of Town residents who might require assistance during the COVID-19 period of isolation. Many people who have otherwise been quite self-sufficient might need support, especially if family members are at a distance and not able to be physically helpful, if needed. If you, or anyone you know, might fall into this category or would like to be on a list to have check-ins, please call the Town Hall at 431-7111 Ext. 1 and leave a detailed message with call back number. Town employees are working from home, but are retrieving messages. Please don't be shy about asking to be put on this list, which will be kept confidential; isolation can be a very debilitating experience.There are people in Town able and willing to help, which might mean picking up groceries or providing a phone check-in to make sure you're okay. If you would like to volunteer in any capacity, please also call 431-7111 Ext. 1 and someone will get back to you. We ARE all in this together. Please circulate this far and wide throughout Town!

04.02.2020: Complete list of Emergency Orders.

04.01.2020: Town of Greenland Transfer Station: New safety measures are being implemented at the Transfer Station, including limiting the number of vehicles at any given time. Vehicles should be prepared to stop at the barricade and wait to be waved through. Delays expected; please plan accordingly. The Transfer Station is open on Wednesday and Saturday, 8 am to 5 pm. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

03.31.2020: Today's Updated Information