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Town of Raymond Corona COVID-19 Information

For Ray-Mote Recreation Activities CLICK HERE

4/23/20 2020 COVID-19; Recommended Fiscal Plan (April 20, 2020)  CLICK HERE

4/17/20 Keep campgrounds closed, some towns tell governor  Click HERE


Raymond COVID-19 Residents-in-Crisis Call Service Project Good Morning  

Good Morning Project Criteria:

1. You live alone, or with another person who is unable to render aid in case of an emergency.

2. You are not in regular contact with another person

3. You must reside in the Town of Raymond

4. You must call the Raymond COVID-19 Residents-in-Crisis Call Service 603-895-7017

Monday – Friday between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM.

5. You must notify the Raymond COVID-19 Residents-in-Crisis Call Service if you will be away

from your house for any reason and therefore will be unable to make your scheduled calls to the

Raymond COVID-19 Residents-in-Crisis Call Service.

CLICK HERE for an fillable application and agreement form.


From Senator Jeanne Shaheen:

This is an incredibly stressful time for families, workers and small business owners. Assistance is urgently needed, which is why I’ve been fighting in Congress to help Granite Staters get through this crisis. I worked on bipartisan legislation to deliver much-needed aid to New Hampshire, and as implementation of this corona virus response legislation is under way, it’s important to understand how this new law will impact you and your families, as well as be informed of other resources that are available to you to help you weather this crisis and stay safe. To see more CLICK HERE

Emergency Orders

For a Link to all Emergency Orders issued by Governor Sununu  Visit


Letter from Town Manager Joseph Ilsley reference Campgrounds and Town recreation Facilities CLICK HERE.

Letter from Town of Raymond to Governor Sununu regarding Pawtuckaway State Park. CLICK HERE

Union Leader article CLICK HERE


Stay at Home is NOT Shelter in Place  Click HERE for information from Selectman & State Representative  Kathleen Hoelzel

For a List of "Essential Services as defined under Emergency Order 17 isssued by Governor Sununu yesterday visit


How To ??? - Car Registrations, Dog Licensing, Vital Records, MV Licensing, Library resources and others. Please CLICK HERE


The Town Hall is not closed; just restricted to the public. 

The staff is working diligently to ensure the continuity of critical operation and working with State agencies on Covid-19 response.

In addition to coordinated state actions, the Town Hall is working to keep engagement with the public through Ray-Mote Recreation, Remote Library Operation and the stand up of a local Resident in Crisis Call Center.

In short, we are here and fully engaged in In the rapidly evolving Covid-19 response actions while keeping an eye on the pulse of the community.


For business hours of various departments CLICK HERE


NH Department of Motor Vehicles Transitioning to Appointment Only Services. For More Information CLICK HERE

NH Business and Economic Affairs has a website now up specifically designed to address business-related COVID-19 issue. CLICK HERE

A Message from Eversource regarding Contractors.  CLICK HERE

A Message from the local Raymond Ben Franklin CLICK HERE


Town of Raymond Remote Service Continuity of Operation Plan ​(Or How to conduct Town office business during this Emergency) CLICK HERE   For a video presentation of this plan CLICK HERE

New NH DMV License and Registration Extension Options CLICK HERE

A Note to Eversource Customers.  CLICK HERE

What do to do if you feel sick.  Courtesy of the Raymond Health Officer CLICK HERE

The NH Coalition for Community Media has produced a few helpful videos about COVID-19  You can view them at RCTV On demand site

The State has  a dedicated web page with up to date information on COVID-19 in New Hampshire. Please use this website as a resource throughout this period.

Governor Sununu Press conference on COVID-19 3/16/2020 CLICK HERE

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Impact Town of Raymond Press Release 3/13/2020 - CLICK HERE

Raymond Police Department Press Release 3/16/& 17/2020 CLICK HERE
Town Press release 3/17/2020

Effective today, Tuesday, March 17, 2020 the Town Hall and Town Buildings will be closed to the public. In addition, Town Parks, Town Lands and Cemeteries, will be restricted to gatherings of no more than 10 people until further notice.

Tomorrow Town Officials will be developing ways for citizens to conduct necessary business and will be releasing a message to residents with specific guidelines for continued services. If possible, please go to and RCTV Ch 22 for continuing updates. If you need to speak to a staff member in person, please call 603-895-7018.


Thank you for your cooperation throughout this evolving situation, we are committed to safeguarding the health and safety of our residents, our community and our employees.

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