Have you been contacted by someone claiming you are owed money by Rockingham County, and asking you to sign a contract or pay a fee to recover the “unclaimed money?” There has been a rise in unclaimed property scams recently, and while some are legal companies, it is never necessary to pay a company to “find” or “collect” money that is owed to you by a government agency.
Rockingham County makes every effort to contact individuals and organizations who have uncashed funds issued from the County, in order to reissue the funds. Funds that go uncashed are eventually turned over to the New Hampshire State Treasury, in accordance with RSA 471-C. (please see: https://www.nh.gov/treasury/unclaimed-property)
For more information about these scams and “collection” companies, and tips for protecting yourself, please read this helpful article by the AARP: ‘Found’ Money for a Fee? Beware of New Surge in Unclaimed Property Scams
Download: 2016 Annual Report
On August 19, 1998, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency published the Consumer Confidence Report Rule, which took effect on September 18, 1998. This Rule requires that all community water systems provide a yearly consumer confidence Report (CCR) to their consumers each year prior to July 1st.
We are proud to report that, again, there were no violations. Download: 2017 Rockingham County Water Quality Report
Download: Q1 2017 Rockingham County budget
The 2017 Rockingham County budget was voted and approved by the County Convention on Wednesday, March 1. You can access the budget from the “Documents” section, or by following this link: 2017 Approved Budget
The 2017 Commissioners Proposed Budget is now available. Download: 2017 Commissioners Proposed Budget
Rockingham County is partnering with Southern NH University to bring College for America to our employees. College for America (CfA) allows employees to pursue a fully accredited college degree program for only $3,000 per year. College for America is part of Southern NH University, an accredited, nonprofit college designed for working adults with busy lives. The program offers associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs to employees at a discounted price.
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*** High quality: College for America is part of Southern New Hampshire University, an accredited, nonprofit institution founded in 1932.
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