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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...





Belmont Town Offices
143 Main Street, PO Box 310, Belmont, NH 03220 - (603)-267-8300
Town Hall Business Hours - Monday-Friday - 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Upcoming Belmont Town Hall
2018 closings 
7/4, 9/3, 10/8, 11/6, 11/12, 11/22, 11/23, 12/25
Please schedule your visits to our offices accordingly.

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Mitigate human-bear conflicts


USDA Wildlife Services works closely with the NH Fish and Game Department to mitigate human-bear conflicts throughout the state. They are reaching out to towns in NH in the hopes that they can get some information about black bears and mitigating bear concerns on town websites and Facebook pages.

Prime black bear habitat includes deciduous forests (oaks, maple, beech etc.), wetlands, and riparian (along rivers) zones. The natural areas surrounding your town provide very good habitat for black bears. Many human-bear conflicts arise when bears frequent properties to access food attractants that are found around homes. The most common attractants are birdfeeders, unsecured garbage, and compost piles which include food scraps. Livestock, such as chickens and pigs, can also attract bears when not properly protected. Electric fencing is the most effective way to protect livestock. In most cases removing the attractant the bear(s) are utilizing eliminates the bear problem. It is also helpful to harass bears with noise, such as banging pots and pans, or using compressed air horns to scare them away.  Read their Report for links to relevant sites. Photo NH Fish & Game

Belmont Hobby/Demo Day June 23 2pm-8pm Tioga Pavilion


Hobby Demonstration Event Offered in Belmont June 23   Daily Sun 6/21/18

Boil Water Order - Water System - Solar Village

On June 12th, the NH Department of Environmental Services issued a BOIL WATER ORDER for the Solar Village public water system.  This system is not part of or connected to the Belmont municipal water system.

Residents of Solar Village can learn from the DES Order.  Questions to NH DES can be directed to Jacqueline Howarth, 603-271-0672, Jacqueline.Howarth@des.nh.gov. 

Proposed Driveway Amendment Public Hearing

 
The Belmont Planning Board will hold a public hearing commencing at 6:00pm on Monday, June 25, 2018, at the Corner Meeting House, 16 Sargent Street, concerning a proposed full revision of the Belmont Driveway Regulations. Copies of the proposed revision are on file for public inspection at the Town Clerk's Office and Land Use Office located in the Town Hall, the Belmont Library and at www.belmontnh.org.

Draft of Proposed Amendments   Public Hearing Notice

Belmont Water Department Consumer Confidence Report - 2018


The 2018 Consumer Confidence Report has been issued for the Belmont Water Department.  The report details the quality of the Department's drinking water, where it comes from, and where you can get more information. This annual report documents all detected primary and secondary drinking water parameters, and compares them to their respective standards known as Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs).  Read More...




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