Public Works

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Highway Division

The Highway Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of the Town owned Class 5 roads, sidewalks, roadside vegetation management and associated drainage facilities. This totals 74 center line miles or 148 lane miles. This Division also administers construction and capital improvement projects and assists with traffic signage, pavement markings and parking management programs.  The Town of Raymond Highway Division takes great pride in its work


Parks Division

The staff of the Parks Division work under the guidance and direction of the Public Works Director. This division provides all maintenance and improvements to the towns parks, fields and grounds. The surface area of all the green areas combined totals 22 acres; all of which must be limed, fertilized, seeded, aerated, mowed and raked.

These areas consist of the following:


  • Middle School Fields are located at the Iber Holmes Gove Middle School off Epping Street and include soccer and baseball fields; basketball and tennis courts. These fields are fully irrigated from an on site pump, which draws from the Lamprey River.

  • Welch Fields are located off of Route 107. Currently the fields are used for baseball, tee ball and football. These fields are fully irrigated from an on site well.

  • Cammett Fields are located off of Onway Lake Road. These fields consist of soccer and baseball. These fields are fully irrigated from a pump system on site, which draws from the Lamprey River. The irrigation systems for all the fields consists of 12,000 feet (2.3 miles) of irrigation piping, 183 irrigation heads and 3 pumps.

  • Riverside Park is located off of Sundeen Parkway. This 65 acre complex offers walking trails, horseshoe pits, a large multi purpose field and plenty of wild life. Also added were community gardens, overlooks to the river & center of town and a dog park.

  • The Town Common located in the center of town ( Epping and Main Streets).


Town Cemeteries

Flowers, lights, shepherd’s hooks, flags and all other adornments shall be placed and kept within 1-foot of the headstone. Where there is no headstone or where the headstone is flush with the ground surface, all adornments shall be placed in line with abutting headstones.

This will allow for efficient maintenance of the cemeteries and will provide for a better appearance overall.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

For a full list of the Town’s policies regarding the cemeteries please see Cemetery Regulations  

This division provides maintenance to the town cemeteries consisting of mowing, raking, trimming, along with tree planting and access road maintenance.The division falls under the direction of the Public Works Director.

Anyone wishing to remove containers or flowers themselves must do so prior to spring or fall cleanup.

Questions about the cleanup should be addressed to the Public Works Department at  895-7036.

The town cemeteries that receive maintenance by this division are as follows:

  • Old Pine Grove Cemetery

  • New Pine Grove Cemetery

  • Bean Cemetery

  • Lane Road Cemetery

  • Ham Road Cemetery

  • Brown Road Cemetery

  • Lovering Cemetery

  • Prescott Road Cemetery

  • Batchelder Road Cemetery

  • Gile Road Cemetery


Trash and Recycling - Pay As You Throw

Curbside Collection of Household Trash and Recyclables

The Town of Raymond Pay As You Throw Program currently consists of a Waste Management trash truck and a Waste Management Recycling truck circulating through assigned neighborhoods four days a week, every week.  As of April 2019, the full program is paid for with dollars collected from the sale of the Town of Raymond yellow trash bags.  In order to participate in the recycling service, you must participate in the trash service by purchasing and using the yellow bags.  If you do not wish to or are unable to participate in the trash service, the Town of Raymond Transfer Station located off Prescott Road will also take recyclables as long as you have a permit sticker on your vehicle which can be purchased at Town Hall (scroll down to Transfer Station Resident Permit Program for details).  This facility is not licensed or permitted to receive household trash.


Should you have any issues with the curbside collection service, please contact the Public Works Department at either 603.895.7036 or

We can reach out directly to the Waste Management staff performing work in Raymond.  Efforts to reach Waste Management independently will not be successful as you will be connected with staff not familiar with this community or operation.​


Waste Management Contract

Waste Management/Waste Collection & Disposal Agreement, FSC Adjustment - January 2021

Collection Days, Delays & Holidays


Pickup of household trash and recyclables occurs on Tuesday through Friday.  Trash and recyclables are required to be placed at the curb by 7:00 a.m. of your collection day.  If there is a Holiday during the week, then collection may be delayed one day for the remainder of that week. *Always check the home page for the latest updates and changes in the schedule) Waste Management observes the following Holidays, resulting in a one-day delay in collection:

  • New Year's Day

  • Memorial Day

  • Independence Day

  • Labor Day

  • Thanksgiving Day

  • Christmas Day

Pick up Schedule by Days of the week



Waste Management collects all recyclable materials plastics (#1,2 & 5), glass bottles, aluminum, tin and paper and cardboard. Please note that cardboard which has not been broken down, or is larger than 2' x 2' will not be picked up.  Recycling is single stream, meaning all items can be placed into the same bin for collection.  

Print our the posters below and put them on your fridge!


Single Stream Recycling  

Most Common Contaminants to Recycling



Household Trash

Acceptable Town Trash bags come in 13-gallon or 33-gallon rolls.  The 13-gallon bags are $17.68 for a roll of 5, and the 33-gallon bags are $23.05 for a roll of 5.  Bags can be purchased at the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Office, Ace/Ben Franklin, Hannaford, or the Epping Market Basket.  Please note that bags placed at the curb for pickup must not exceed 35 pounds in weight or they will not be picked up.​



Transfer Station

The Raymond Transfer Station is located at 104 Prescott Road and operated by Casella Waste Systems.  It is open Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Below is a list of items accepted and their associated cost.  Any questions should be asked of the station directly at (603) 895-6273.  While the Transfer Station can take recycling materials, It is not licensed for Household Municipal Waste (Trash/Garbage)

A new 5 year Transfer Station Operating Agreement was signed on January 31, 2020.  With the new contract is a new Price List. The new rates became effective February 1, 2020. The price list establishes two pricing categories.  One column of pricing for Raymond Residents and a separate column of pricing for Non-Residents.​​

Disposing of Brush Materials at the Casella Operated Transfer Station



Household Hazardous Waste Day

Household Hazardous Waste Day is an annual event held in either September or October.  It takes place at the end of Industrial Drive, which is off Old Manchester Road, just north of Exit 4 off Route 101.  For information, please contact the Public Works Department at (603) 895-7036.

The Transfer Station Resident Permit Program

A Resident Permit can be obtained at the Town Hall office by mail or drop box.  Copies of the Permit Application Form will also be available in hard copy in the rack located in the foyer of the Town Office building.


Please note…..  you do not need a permit to use the Transfer Station.  You only need the permit to:

   1. Receive the reduced pricing on construction debris

   2. Dispose of recyclables

   3. Dispose of brush

   4. To gain access during Resident Only hours ( 2nd Saturday of each month - Noon to 4pm ).

Residents can use the Transfer station during any of the open hours above.   Raymond Resident Only Access occurs on the 2nd Saturday of each month from Noon to 4 PM.

Each Permit will be assigned to a vehicle registered in Raymond.  The Permit must be affixed to that vehicle windshield in order to become valid.

The Permit will cost $38.00 a year and will expire on the 31st of December each year and will be pro-rated for each month that has passed.


Permits are not for sale for time periods less than the remaining portion of the year at the time of sale.

Please download the pdf Application Form, complete the Form, include the current Fee and mail it in or drop it off in the drop box in the lobby of the Town Offices (you do not need prior authorization to use this drop box for Transfer Station Permits).  The Permit Application will be processed and the Permit mailed to you at the address provided.


Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the Permit program, please call the Public Works Department at 603-895-7036.


Building Division

This division is responsible for cleaning, repairing, and general upkeep of the town buildings (Safety Complex, Old Fire House, Town Office Building, Highway Garage & Maintenance Garage). This division falls under the direction of the Public Works Director.


Fleet Maintenance Division

This division has a very important function as it maintains all of the town's equipment such as the trucks, police cruisers, tractors, mowers, trailers, fire trucks, & sweeper to name but a few. The town owns approximately 65 pieces of rolling stock.

This division is also in charge of installing, repairing and replacing signs. The division fall under the direction of the Public Works Director.


Water Division

Public Notice

Copies of the Raymond Water Department’s 2022 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR’s) available HERE.  The 2022 CCR reflects water sampling results conducted in 2021.  In addition, copies may be requested by calling the Public Works Office at (603) 895-7050 or emailing:

Service Connection Application WITH Current Fee Schedule

Water Quality Table

Weston & Sampson Water Storage Facilities Evaluation - Final Report 2020

Lakeview Rd Storm water Treatment Analysis - May 2018



Contact Info

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday

7:30 am to 4:00 pm

David Fredrickson, Director                          603-895-7035             

Stacey Grella, DPW Assistant                       603-895-7036