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The Town of Merrimack Police Department is seeking applicants for 3 full-time Police Officer positions and to create an eligibility list for future openings.
Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED from an accredited institution. Candidates not certified must pass minimum written, oral, and physical agility testing. Qualified applicants will be invited to the written and agility... Read More
Access to our online streaming service Kanopy has been temporarily interrupted. Our staff are working to restore connection with the service and will make updates to this page once the interruption has been resolved.
In the meantime, remember that popular movies and TV shows may still be streamed with your library card via... Read More
New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) invites tenants and community service providers to an online presentation on Fair Housing laws. These public education sessions will review state and federal housing laws and the protections they provide tenants from discrimination based on race, color, national origin, disability, sex, religion, familial status, age, marital status, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
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The Stormwater Foreman is responsible for the supervision, inspection, and maintenance of public works stormwater infrastructure. This position works within the framework of established practices, MS4 permit requirements, Town subdivision regulations, public works construction standards, and department policies. Provides direct and close supervision of a crew of laborers, equipment operators, and semi-skilled workers in stormwater operations, winter... Read More
On Monday, January 11th, and Tuesday, January 12th, restoration work will be conducted on the steps of the original entrance to the Merrimack Public Library building. A police detail will be on hand to help with traffic between 9:00am and 3:00pm, as traffic on the corner of the D.W. Highway and Baboosic Lake Road may be impacted by this work. (The Library's original entrance faces the D.W. Highway.)
The Library... Read More
Effective January 4, 2021, due to a staffing shortage, the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's office will only be offering services contact-free/remote for the week of 1/4/21.
Please see the Town's website for more information on transacting business "contact-free".
At the time of this posting (1/4/21), the Town... Read More
The Town of Merrimack is accepting applications for the full-time position of Operator II for the Department of Public Works - Wastewater Division. This is skilled work in the operation of a sewage treatment plant of a pumping station on an assigned shift. Work involves responsibility for the operation of pumps, air compressors, chlorinators, and other appurtenances at a treatment plant or pumping stations. The employee of... Read More
The trusted investment research center Value Line has released their annual review of the 2020 Dow Jones Industrial Average and will begin offering in... Read More
The New Hampshire Humanities To Go program will present The Civic Reckoning That Was 2020 (and What It Means for Teaching and Learning Civics) over Zoom on Friday, January 8th, at 5:00pm. This interactive online program on the civic principles at the center of 2020 will be led by... Read More
The Merrimack School District has released their list of Holiday Helpers to help connect you to resources available for fuel assistance, housing, and mental health support this holiday season. View available resources below or click... Read More