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Richmond residents may obtain a free sticker from the Town Hall by coming in with the registration of the vehicle that will be used at the transfer station. The vehicle must be registered in Richmond in order to obtain a sticker. A temporary pass may be issued for a new resident who has not yet registered their vehicle in Richmond. Hopkinton residents may obtain a sticker for the Richmond transfer station for a fee of $25 per year. They must present a Hopkinton registration for the vehicle they wish to use. No temporary permits are issued.
For tax payments: Payments may be made in cash, by check, or by credit card. Please be advised that there is a 3% technology fee for all credit card payments.
The Zoning Ordinance has information about the zoning district of the property, along with its minimum lot size and other dimensional requirements such as frontage and setback distances. The Land Development and Subdivision Regulations contain additional requirements to subdivide and develop land. The requirements of both of these documents must be met for a parcel to be subdivided.
The Planning Board approves subdivisions that create new lots. Subdivisions are categorized as either major or minor, and each of these has different stages of review. Before beginning any subdivision, it is advised that you make an informal appointment with the Town Planner to discuss the project and process.
The Planning Board reviews both development plans and land development projects.