Burn Permits - Fire Department issued Open Burning Permits are now available online! Open burning will be from January 15, 2020, through May 1, 2020, as in year’s past. Each day during the open burning season, permit holders will need to register online on days they want to burn. You can find directions on the town website by going to the Fire Department page in the related link section midway down on the page. For anyone without access to a computer, permits can be processed at the station on a limited basis only.

National Grid -Planned Electric Outage Notification

Attention Lake Drive, Leigh Road, and Idlewood Avenue area Residence! National Grid has scheduled an electrical outage for an area that includes your municipality. The planned outage has the potential to interrupt 100 or more customers across all towns affected. This outage is required to upgrade the electric system that serves your area or to … Continued

Clarification and Key Points About Hamilton’s ‘New’ Trash Program

Hamilton’s “new” trash program was researched and proposed by the Waste Reduction Committee and supported by the Finance and Advisory Committee before the Board of Selectmen voted to adopt the new program. Though the program has been referred to as an “Every Other Week” (EOW) program, the name refers only to the no cost aspect … Continued

Fire Permits Now Available Online, Application is Fully Digital

The Hamilton Fire Department continues its online burning permits for 2020, this application system allows residents to apply for a permit and pay online. You can  start to signup as of  January 1, 2020. Open burning will be from January 15, 2020 through May 1, 2020 as in year’s past. Each day during open burning season, … Continued

Bi-weekly Trash Barrel Collection Returns January 5, 2020!

The Town of Hamilton will return to bi-weekly trash barrel collection beginning January 1st; trash will be picked up in your black barrel only on alternate weeks.  Starting on January 5, 2020, all other trash must be in blue bags. The weekly collection of compost and recyclables will not change, compost and recycles will continue … Continued