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Capital Improvements Annual Review Commences

Belmont Planning Board
Capital Improvements Program

The Planning Board is accepting Funding Requests for the 2019-2024 annual CIP update.  The CIP, a multi-year schedule for capital expenditures is updated annually in response to the actual budget appropriated by the voters at the previous Town Meeting and requests for new or amended capital projects for the upcoming six years.  In addition to municipal officials, members of the public are also invited to suggest needed projects by submitting a completed CIP Funding Request Form. Forms may be obtained in the Belmont Land Use Office at the Town Hall or at Forms are due in the Land Use Office no later than Friday, August 10, 2018. The Planning Board will schedule a public hearing and once adopted, the CIP is provided to the Selectmen and Budget Committee for their consideration during the upcoming 2019 budget season.


Summer Concert - July 21st - 6:30-8:30pm

Household Hazardous
Saturday, July 28th

Household Hazardous Waste requires proper, safe disposal.  Bring your eligible household items to an upcoming collection day Belmont Fire Station, July 28th, 8:30am to noon

Other collection days/sites also available.  More Info
Household hazardous waste collection accepts a lot, but there are limits, too!  7/10/18 Daily Sun


Complete Your Survey Now!!
When you participate on Collection Day you are asked to complete a survey.  Click on the link above to complete your survey ahead of your visit to save time and keep our collection lines moving!  You can complete it on-line; then just print it out and bring it with you on collection day.

Volunteers needed!

If you have some time on July 28th and would like to assist, volunteers are needed for various tasks during the 8:30am-12pm collection at the Belmont Fire Station.  If you can help, please e-mail Lt. Tom Murphy at for more information or to sign up!

Public Hearing, July 23rd, 9am, Emergency Management Performance Grant
Public Hearing Notice
Belmont Board of Selectmen
Corner Meeting House
Monday, July 23, 2018, 9:00 a.m.
The Belmont Board of Selectmen will hold a public hearing beginning at 9:00 am on Monday, July 23, 2018 in the Corner Meeting House for the purpose of accepting the terms of the Emergency Management Performance Grant as presented in the amount of $11,569.00 for the purchase and installation of (2) Emergency Operations Center computers and for moving a communications  antenna from Liberty Hill Tower to Pikes Tower. The Board of Selectmen acknowledges that the total cost of this project will be $23,138.00, in which the Town will be responsible for a 50% match of $11,569. The Town has met its share of the match through improvements to the Dispatch Center in 2014-15.
Date of Notice: July 16, 2018

Summer Programs
Be sure to check out Summer Programs

Belmont Parks & Recreation

Belmont Library

Have a safe and fun summer!

Notice of Construction - South Road

On July 9th Busby Construction will commence Drainage Improvements on South Road.

Work is anticipated to last up to 4 weeks.

See notice for questions or contact information.

We apologize for any inconvenience and urge drivers to use caution.

Belmont Police Warn of Computer Phishing Scam

Belmont PD has seen a few social engineering/phishing cases recently and wanted to get the word out to help our citizens become more informed. At no point will any entity legitimately call you to let you know of a problem with your PC and then offer to fix it for you.  Read More...

Currier-Sanborn Conservation Area purchased by Belmont Conservation Commission
BELMONT The Belmont Conservation Commission has purchased the Currier-Sanborn Conservation Area, a significant parcel of conservation land between Silver Lake, the Winnipesaukee River, and Northfield. The property was purchased from the Sanborn Family Trust, descendants of the long-time owners of the property for $125,000.

The BCC used money from the Conservation Fund as well as grants to help offset costs to the Town. Grants were received from the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP), the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Aquatic Resource Mitigation Program, and a State Conservation Committee Conservation (Moose Plate) Grant.

The 85-acre property has a half-mile frontage along the Winnipesaukee River; a significant marsh/flood-plain forest regarded as one of the most significant wildlife habitats in the state; a portion of the Tioga River; frontage on Silver Lake; and it abuts another conservation parcel, the Tioga River Wildlife and Conservation Area, previously purchased by the Town. Together the parcels total 273 acres. The property is a mixture of woodlands, marsh, and floodplain-forest. As are all of the BCC managed properties, it is open to passive recreation, hunting, and fishing. The Five Rivers Conservation Trust holds a conservation easement on both of these parcels, collectively known as The Tioga Marsh, ensuring their undeveloped, protected status forever.
  Daily Sun 7/12/18

Currier-Sanborn Conservation Area purchased by Belmont Conservation Commission  Winni Echo 7/12/18

Winnisquam Marine largest pontoon dealer on East Coast

Winnisquam Marine, the largest pontoon boat dealer east of Illinois, now has a highly visible second location at the former Channel Marine property on the Weirs Channel. Crawford founded Winnisquam Marine in 1977 near Mosquito Bridge that crosses the channel on Lake Winnisquam in Belmont. Crawford says Winnisquam Marine was one of the first to recognize the growing popularity of pontoon boats and started ordering more of them around the year 2000, to cater to the growing market. Crawford says Winnisquam Marine sells between 300 and 400 boats a year, more than 60 percent of which are Bennington pontoon boats. He said there are five technicians working at the Weirs Channel location and another 13 working at the Winnisquam location.  Winnisquam Marine largest pontoon boat dealer on East Coast. Daily Sun 7/14/18

Old Home Day
August 11th

Road Race, Vendors, Parade
Information & Registration Forms

Belmont celebrates 50 years of Old Home Day Road Race in August  Winni Echo 7/12/18

Belmont Old Home Day will celebrate 50th running of road race Daily Sun 7/12/18

Belmont 10-Mile Road Race to Celebrate its 50th Year!  Daily Sun 5/24/18