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  • January 1st Curbside Recycling Begins!

    Recycling is voluntary, zero-sort, collected curbside beginning January 1, 2015. Recycling can be placed in any container up to a 30-gallon size, clearly marked "RECYCLING” with a permanent marker in large letters, or a decal(s) can be obtained at the Town Clerk’s Office. Note: Recycling materials should not be placed in plastic bags as they will not be collected by our contractor, Casella-Bestway. Thank you – Questions, 267-8300, Ext. 124  More...


About Belmont

NH MapThe Town of Belmont is located in the southern portion of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region in Belknap County. The Village Area, located at the intersections of Laconia (State Route 106) and Gilmanton Roads (State Route 140) is four miles from Exit 20 Interstate I-93, seven miles south of Laconia and twenty-four miles north of Concord. More...





Town Offices December Schedule
The Town Offices will be closed at the following times in December.  

Town Offices CLOSED:
Friday, December 19th early closing-computer maintenance-closing at 1pm
Wednesday, December 24th early closing-Christmas Holiday-closing at 2pm
Thursday & Friday, all day-December 25th and 26th-Christmas Holiday



Belmont Police Offer Safety Tips for Holiday Package Deliveries
Police urge residents to take steps to protect deliveries.  More-Citizen 12/16/14
January 1st - Trash & Recycling Both to be Collected Curbside!

Reminder – Recycling is voluntary, zero-sort, collected curbside beginning January 1, 2015. Recycling can be placed in any container up to a 30-gallon size, clearly marked "RECYCLING” with a permanent marker in large letters, or a decal(s) can be obtained at the Town Clerk’s Office. Note: Recycling materials should not be placed in plastic bags as they will not be collected by our contractor, Casella-Bestway. Thank you – Questions, 267-8300, Ext. 124


The Selectmen announce the beginning of a new era in Belmont where both trash and recycling will be collected curbside at a substantial savings to the taxpayer. A new contract with Casella begins January 1, 2015.

Trash and recycling will be collected every week on your current collection day, initially the contractor may run separate trucks for trash and recycling collection however both trash and recycling will be collected the same day. Please continue to place your trash and recycling curbside by 7:00 a.m. on collection day. Residents who have municipal curbside trash and recycling pickup can check the Pickup Schedule for the correct pickup day for their street. 

You may use any container, up to a 30gal size, for recycling.  It does not have to be one of the recycling containers previously provided by the Town.    However, the container does have to be clearly marked "Recycling" or "Recycle" and recycling decals to affix to your existing containers are available at Town Hall for free. Please stop by the Town Clerk’s office to pick up your decal. For more information on items to recycle, refer to the Zero-Sort Brochure.

Non-trash items not eligible for curb-side pickup are accepted at Casella/Bestway Disposal, 43 Industrial Drive. No resident sticker is required. A fee may be charged.

Multi-unit residential and non-residential uses must contract with a private provider for services.  

Deck The Village - Holiday Event

 

Deck the Village


Thank you to all who joined us in the festive Belmont Village for this great Event!

  Citizen 12/9/14  Winni Echo 12/11/14
















 













The Belmont Bandstand, a historic resource, has been protected with assistance from the NH Land and Community Heritage Investment Program.


Belmont Police Explorers Busier Than Ever as Santa's Little Helpers
In preparation for the holidays, Santa’s Little Helpers are busier than ever this year, and help from the local community is always appreciated as they work to make things merry for Belmont boys and girls, from the tiniest of newborns to those who are 15-years-old.  Read More - Winni Echo 11/27/14



Winni Echo Courtesy Photo
:The Belmont Police Department and their Police Explorers program are busy all year long collecting donations for families in need for their Santa‘s Little Helpers holiday program. Shown with their buddy "The Grinch” at a recent community fundraiser are Officers Kris Kloetz, Adam Hawkins and Derek Gray.

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