- Burning Season starts January 15th and runs through May 1.
- Permits will not be accepted before January 15, no exceptions.
- The forms may be printed here, completed and brought with a CHECK ONLY payable to the Town of Hamilton
- Only one address is allowed per permit. If you plan to burn in more than one location, a separate permit must be purchased for each location.
- Please list the Property Phone number, rather than cell phones. Put cell phone numbers as the Party Responsible.
- The Property Phone number is what will be used to renew the permit daily.
- This form is for business owners that have updated off-hours contact information to have on file at the Emergency Center.
- All information gathered is STRICTLY Confidential.
- Absolutely NO information is shared with anyone.
- This form is intended for the home owner in order to have Emergency Contact information on file at the Emergency Center.
When Should You File a Report
You should file a report if you’re the operator of a vehicle involved in a crash where the damage to any one vehicle or property is over $1000, or if there is an injury to any person, even if a police officer was on the scene. You should file the report within 5 days of the date of the crash.
When Should You NOT File a Report
You should not file a report if the crash occurred on a private road, driveway, private parking lot or other private way.
Why this Report is Important
Data from this report is used for many purposes including:
- Identifying locations with a large number of crashes.
- Improving dangerous highways and intersections.
- Developing highway safety public information programs.
- Developing programs to save lives and reduce highway injuries.
Where to send completed reports:
- Mail or deliver one copy to your local police department in the city or town where the crash occurred.
- Mail one copy to your Insurance Company.
- Mail one copy to the RMV at the following address:
Registry of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 55889
Boston, MA 02205-5889
The disability indicator program is voluntary for both the community and it’s residents. The disability indicator form was created by a group of several different organizations representing the mobility, hearing, speech and sight impaired communities.
The information provided on the disability indicator form enables a special code to appear on the 911 call takers screen which alerts the call taker that a person residing at that address may require special assistance during an emergency.
The 9-1-1 Contact Card is useful information for family members, kids, and you to have at hand in the event of an emergency. When the simplest of questions may be hard to answer; due to the to stress of the situation, or for callers who may not have or be familiar with the actual information, such as the address or phone number they are calling from. Among other important information.