Welcome to Hadleigh Woods

Welcome to Hadleigh Woods   

 Our Beautiful Adult Community
 is located in Windham, NH.




Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Town officials have closely monitored the guidance issued by our State
and National governments, as well as the medical experts. We have made adjustments to our town operations as
situations evolved, sometimes even daily. Throughout these past months, we have been committed to providing
the highest level of service to our community. We are being mindful to do what has been necessary to ensure the
health and optimal safety of our employees as well as the residents of Windham, and to help control the spread
of this virus. As the Governor announces the gradual re-opening of certain businesses around the State, we would
like to take this opportunity to update the residents of Windham on the status of Town operations.

As of today all Town offices continue to be closed to the general public. We will continue to operate to the
greatest extent possible through electronic services, as most interactions and transactions for our residents can
be done online or arranged via phone, or by email
. For those transactions that cannot be handled remotely,
residents should continue to call ahead to one of our offices. Employees will be able to assist you either "curb
side" or by appointment with the appropriate Town personnel to complete your transaction. Please see spe
information about each department below.

While the buildings will remain closed for the time being please be assured that staff has been meeting to develop
a plan to be able to re-open the offices to the general public when it is safe to do so. Any such plan will consider
closely the guidance issued by the State ofNH DHHS, the CDC, and our local Emergency Management officials.

If you have non-emergency COVID-19 related questions, please call 2-1-1 (a state hotline manned 2417
specifically for such questions).

For your convenience, while most of our operations continue to proceed per our Press Release last updated on
March 28th (see 
here), I would offer the following as it relates to several of our departments.

·         The Transfer Station remains open and operating on their normal schedule of 7:30AM to 5:30PM,
Wednesday - Saturday. Additionally, the seasonal yard waste program has begun and more information
can be found 

·         The Town Clerk has put together a detailed explanation of how one can obtain their vehicle registrations,
dog licenses, register to vote and other services provided by their office; which can be found 

·         The Tax Collector can be reached between the hours 8AM and IPM at 432-7731. Realtors or others
seeking information on current or past property tax payments can find that information 

·         Property tax cards and abutter lists can be found on our website here. The Tax Assessor may be contacted
at 434-7530 between the hours of8AM and 4PM should you need assistance with tax credits
or other related issues

·         Community Development can be reached at 432-3806; please contact them regarding electronic
submission of your plans, applications and permits; or with questions, scheduling inspections or
accessing property files.

·         Nesmith Library book drop is now open and is being emptied twice a day. Please do not overfill. Please
l or email (info@nesmithlibrary.org)thelibrarytoarrangedropoffofoversizedorunusualitems.No
 book donations are being accepted at this time


·         Those in need of welfare assistance are encouraged to reach out to our Human Resource Director via
email to 

·         Currently, there are no Recreation classes/activities planned, and our beach, playgrounds, and basketball
courts remain closed. Athletic fields are open but not for group use, games or activities where social
distancing cannot be practiced. Further, our Memorial Day service and parade has been cancelled, and
the annual fireworks and Town Day postponed. The Parks 
& Recreation Director is available to answer
any questions
/concerns and can be reached at 965-1208 or via email to Recreation@WindhamNH.gov.

·         Please bookmark our COVID-19 pageon our website, where one can find links to information from the

Town and State, including all the Governor's Executive Orders.

Should you have a general question and you are not sure who to call, please contact our ADMINISTRATION
 office at (603) 432-7732
. On behalf ofthe Selectmen and all our town staff, we thank you all for your continued
support and patience. Stay safe and be well.

PHONE: (603) 432-7732


As a reminder, people who have returned from CDC Level 3 travel advisory countries are being monitored by Public Health Authorities and must stay home for 14 days after their travel. Those people returning from CDC Level 2 travel advisory countries are being advised to monitor their health and limit interactions with others for 14 days after returning to the United States.

Household members such as family members, including children, of symptom free quarantined individuals are not required to be quarantined. As long as they remain symptom free, they can leave the home and can go to public places like school and work. If the person being quarantined develops illness, household members must then stay home on quarantine.

People who develop symptoms (e.g. fever, cough, or shortness of breath) should first seek health advice by phone from either the NH Division of Public Health or Human Services at 603-271-4496 OR call your doctor’s office or emergency room before you arrive and tell them about your symptoms.

Given the increasing numbers of infections globally and around the United States, all persons should:
• Stay home and avoid public places when sick (i.e. social distancing)
• Cover mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing
• Wash hands frequently
• Avoid being within 6 feet (close contact) of a person who is sick
• Avoid sharing drinks, smoking/vaping devices, or other utensils or objects that may transmit saliva
• Disinfect frequently touched surfaces


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