Drug Take Back Day on Saturday at Mason Police Dept.

Drug Take Back Day is on Saturday, October 28, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Mason Police Department, 38 Darling Hill Road.

NO questions asked! All prescription and non-prescription medications accepted. Just drop drugs into a box which will be sealed at 2:00 and incinerated on Monday.

Prevent medications from being accessible to youngsters and entering Mason’s precious water supply.

Sponsored by the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency, Mason Police Department, and the Mason Conservation Commission.

For further information, call Mason Police at 878-1111.

Speed limit on Mitchell Hill Road reduced

Please be advised that, effective immediately, the speed limit on Mitchell Hill Road has been reduced to 25 MPH.

At the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Tuesday, July 25, 2017, the Board issued the ordinance that changes the speed limit on Mitchell Hill Road from 35 to 25 MPH. The authority for this measure is conferred upon the Board of Selectmen under RSA Chapter 31, Section 39, and
RSA 265, Section 63. The road agent has been directed to post signage.

Drug Take Back Day on Saturday

Drug Take Back Day is on Saturday, April 29, from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the Mason Police Station, 38 Darling Hill Road, in the center of town.

Dispose of pills, liquids, inhalers, creams, over-the-counter meds, nebulizer solutions and pet medications safely. NO questions asked. Medications may be in original containers or plain bags.

Sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency, Mason Police Department and Mason Conservation Commission.

Questions? Contact Mason Police Department at 878-1111.

Drug Take Back Day to be held on Saturday

Drug Take Back Day is on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 10am – 2pm  at the Mason Police Department, 38 Darling Hill Road. Dispose of pills, liquids, inhalers, creams, over-the-counter meds, nebulizer solutions and pet medications safely. NO questions asked. Medications may be in original containers or plain bags.

Sponsored by Drug Enforcement Agency, Mason Police Department and Mason Conservation Commission.

Questions? Contact the Mason Police Department at 878-1111.

Reminder: Drug Take Back Day tomorrow

Drug Take Back Day will be held on Saturday, April 30, at the Mason Police Department. Safely dispose of prescription and non-prescription medications from 10:00 until 2:00. No questions will be asked.

This semi-annual, national event is sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agent; at the local level, it is cooperative effort of Mason’s Police Department and Conservation Commission.

Questions? Call Mason Police at 878-1111.

Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Apr. 30

Drug Take Back Day will be held on Saturday, April 30, at the Mason Police Department. Safely dispose of prescription and non-prescription medications from 10:00 until 2:00. No questions will be asked.

This semi-annual, national event is sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agent; at the local level, it is cooperative effort of Mason’s Police Department and Conservation Commission.

Questions? Call Mason Police at 878-1111.

Drug Take Back Day to be held on Sept. 26 at the Mason Police Dept.

Drug Take Back Day in Mason, NH, will be held on Saturday, September 26, from 10 AM until 2PM at the Mason Police Department, 38 Darling Hill Road. Residents are invited to return their unwanted, unneeded, or expired prescription drugs for safe disposal, with no questions asked.

Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are at alarming rates, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Keep loved ones and friends safe by cleaning out the medicine cabinet, the primary source of entry into illicit drug use.

The Conservation Commission stresses that drugs flushed down toilets eventually enter the water supply, so let us protect this precious resource as everyone is Mason has a private well.

This event is co-sponsored by Mason’s Police Department and Conservation Commission as part of a national program by the Drug Enforcement Agency.

For further information, consult www.dea.gov, Mason Police at 878-1111, or Conservation Commissioner Barbara DeVore at leahcha@yahoo.com or 732-3761.

Mason Police Department relaunches masonpolice.org

Mason Police Department relaunches masonpolice.org

The Mason Police Department has updated and relaunched the site, http://masonpolice.org. Here you can find information about the department, forms, and other public safety information, and also access press releases and bulletins. Through the web site, you can contact the department with a general inquiry or comment, submit a crime report, and request extra patrols in a particular area.

If you subscribed to receive email announcements from the Town of Mason on or before June 16, 2015, you are automatically subscribed to receive email announcements from the Mason Police Department, and no action is required on your part. If you want to opt out of communications from the Mason Police Department, send email to admin@masonpolice.org.

Please note that when you are browsing the Town of Mason’s web site and click on links pertaining to the Mason Police Department, your browser will automatically redirect you to the new site, http://masonpolice.org.

 

Available online: Mason PD press release regarding recent arrest & scam alert

Available online: Mason PD press releases regarding recent arrest & scam alert

The Mason Police Department has issued two press releases, the first regarding the recent arrest of Joseph Thibodeau, and the second regarding a phone scam that was reported by a Mason resident. They are available on the Police Dept. page: http://masonnh.us/police-department-press-releases-2/