All Current Alerts & Announcements

8.23.23 The recycle hopper and residential hopper have changed. They are clearly marked and any questions please see attendant.
On July 1, 2022 Transfer Station permits are increasing. $145.00 for a Resident Permit and $20.00 for a Second Sticker.
AS OF MAY 1ST, 2023 CITY HALL HOURS WILL CHANGE TO 7:30 AM TO 5:00 PM MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY, AND 7:30 AM TO NOON ON FRIDAY.
As of February 17th 2024 the Rockland transfer station will no longer accept ash from wood stoves, fire pits or any type of burning.

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  • The Rockland Police Department has a fleet of vehicles that allow for versatility in the community.

    Marked Vehicle: 3 - Chevy Tahoe's, 2 Ford Explorer's

    Specialty Vehicles:  6 Bicycles, Ford F150 Special Service Vehicle.

    Equipment: 2 - Electronic speed measurement message board, Taser 7's, Stalker DSR & Kustom Signal and Stalker DSR Radar systems, Axon Body Worn Cameras.

     

    Vehicles

    Ford F150 Special Service Vehicle

    This 2020 Ford F150 Special Service Vehicle is used for special details where you would like to blend in a little more like underage drinking details, speed enforcement, seatbelt enforcement or Electronic device enforcement.  This vehicle is patrol ready and equipped the same as the front-line units.  It also allows for the movement of road cones and sawhorses in emergency situations or in preparation for parades and festivals.

    3 - Chevrolet Tahoe

    The Police Department uses 3 Chevy Tahoe police vehicles that are 4-wheel drive patrol vehicles.  The size of these vehicles allows for the easy towing of trailers and movement of safety equipment.  These vehicles are equipped with all the standard equipment and used as front-line patrol vehicles.  With the 4-wheel drive and high ground clearance it allows for officers to get where needed, when needed in all weather conditions.

    2- Ford Explorer Interceptor Utility

    This vehicle will be equipped with all new state of the art equipment and will be used as a front-line patrol vehicle. It will come with improved power and performance, with no trade-offs when it comes to safety or interior passenger/cargo space when compared to the previous-generation vehicle. It’s smart for community budgets, too – with significant potential fuel savings and reduced CO2 emissions, potentially fewer fill-ups, and less downtime to keep both vehicles and officers on the road.