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Pittsfield NH Public Notices


This is a list of current public notices that may require action by the citizens of Town of Pittsfield.

Want to add to a public notice? Contact the Pittsfield Website Committee

Pittsfield Public Notice

The Town of Pittsfield will be inspecting the municipal sewer mains by closed circuit television video camera starting on December 2, 2014. The camera inspection will require high pressure cleaning of the sewer lines prior to running the video camera. The high pressure cleaning process flushes the sewer lines; during cleaning, structures that are not properly vented may experience a vacuum that removes static water from fixture traps, such as toilets and sinks. The static water can be replaced by running the faucet or flushing the toilet when the cleaning is done. Any unauthorized drainage connections to the sewer main may experience flooding of wash water and septage. Should you have any questions, please contact the Pittsfield Wastewater Treatment Plant at 603-435-8857.

Pittsfield Zoning Board of Adjustment

The Pittsfield Zoning Board of Adjustment is seeking residents interested in serving as Alternates (2) on the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Interested residents should submit a letter of interest to Pittsfield Town Administrator, Town Hall, 85 Main Street, Pittsfield, NH 03261.

Register to Vote

Anyone who would like to register to vote may come to the Town Clerk’s office in the Town Hall to fill out a voter registration form during regular business hours, and it will be given to the Supervisors to confirm the applicant is legally qualified to vote in our community (RSA 654:12) during their next scheduled meeting. The last day to be added or make any changes to the checklist before the Nov. 6 General Election is October 27th during the Supervisors’ meeting. People may also register to vote on Election Day.

Anyone wishing to register to vote must show proof of their identity, age, citizenship and domicile. The most common form of proof is a photo ID in the form of a NH driver’s license with a Pittsfield address, but other forms may acceptable. A more complete list can be found in RSA 654:12.

If an individual has an out of state photo ID or a NH photo ID that does not have a Pittsfield address, the applicant may also fill out a domicile affidavit or, in Pittsfield, other acceptable alternative proof of domicile includes a copy of a utility bill or statement from their landlord in addition to the photo ID.12.

Volunteers Wanted

The Pittsfield Emergency Management Operations Center is looking for volunteers to man shelters in the event of emergencies, whether natural causes (weather related) or human caused.  This is an excellent way to help your community when needed.  Training in basic first aid by the American Red Cross, and how to properly manage the shelter will be provided.  Questions or volunteer submission of interest should be sent to the Emergency Management Operations Center (EMOC) Shelter Coordinator Merrill Vaughan’s email or contact him at his cell phone 603-344-0264.

Concord Regional CrimeLine Needs Your Help!

If you know of a crime that has been committed, contact the Concord Regional CrimeLine at (603) 226-3100 or you can go online at  In either case, you will be completely confidential and may receive a reward of up to $1,000.  If you see a crime in progress, DO NOT attempt to intervene and call 911.  Any information you can safely pass on to the 911 dispatcher will be appreciated. Then you can call CrimeLine with the information you provided to the 911 dispatcher. 

Attention Pittsfield’s Troops!

Names for the Veterans Memorial at Dustin Park

The American Legion, in conjunction with the Pittsfield Historical Society, is attempting to undertake the challenge of honoring all military personnel sent out from Pittsfield.  Those who have served during times of declared war or conflict will have their names engraved on the monument at Dustin Park dedicated for this purpose.  We are looking specifically for men and woman who have served after Vietnam. Click here for Survey!

Tax Relief for Renovations!

Does Your Downtown  Building Need Renovation? RSA 79E can provide temporary TAX RELIEF. Please Read More!


The Boston Post Cane was the brainchild of Edwin A. Grozier, publisher of the now defunct Boston Post, a large circulation newspaper. In 1909 he sent gold-headed canes to the Board of Selectmen in 700 towns throughout New England. Likely the idea was to publicize his newspaper. Manufactured by J. F. Fradley Co., the canes had a 14-carat head with the inscription, “Presented by the Boston Post to the oldest citizen of [the town’s name]”. The selectmen were asked to present it to the oldest person in town, as long as they remained there, and upon death, pass it on to the subsequent oldest person.

Unlike many towns, Pittsfield retains its original cane. To avoid losing it, in 1999 the select board asked Paul Richardson to make a case so that it could be properly displayed in the town office. Six replicas were purchased and are now given to the oldest person to keep permanently. Bertha Hammen received the first one in 2003.

Through the years the cane has been passed along intermittently. There have been times when it was returned but not given out for several years. Unfortunately the town does not have a list of the persons to whom it has been given. Pittsfield Historical Society Historian Larry Berkson is putting together a list and would appreciate receiving any information about recipients. He can be reached at or (603) 798-3984.

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~ Public Notices ~

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Board Member Vacancies
The Town of Pittsfield is seeking residents to serve on the following boards:
BCEP Solid Waste Committee
Budget Committee

Parks & Recreation
Planning Board
Zoning Board of Adjustments
Please submit a volunteer appointment form to the Town Administrator
Appointment Form

Pittsfield Fire Department

Does your house have a number on it and is it clearly visible from the road? The Pittsfield Firefighters Association can help. More

Volunteers Needed for the Emergency Shelter

The Emergency Managment Shelter Director is looking for volunteers to help in times on emergency.  Read More.

Sanderson Trust Fund
Click Here for the printable application for the Sanderson Trust Fund.

Concord Regional CrimeLine
Needs Your Help to stop crime! More.

Keep Our Kids Safe!
Take action to prevent underage alcohol parties – Call TIPP (603) 226-3100

Food Pantry in Need of Donations!

Don't wait for a food drive! Bring in donations of any size. Click Here for a list of needed items!

Senior/Disabled Resident Call-in Program

Want the fire dept. to check on you daily? Click Here!

Neighborhood Watch

Call John Webber 435-7535. Click Here for more info and the Volunteer Citizens Patrol

Restaurant Owners

interested in providing kitchen scraps to local farmers for fertilizer or animal feed. Please contact. More

All Burning Requires a Permit!

Stop by the fire station or call 435-6807 for burning conditions and permits.

Click Here for more info

Also see Cable Channel 24! Send Request for Ch.24

~ Things to do ~

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The First Congregational Church

is pleased to present a Christmas concert Friday, December 12 at 7 p.m. More.

Candlelight Christmas Eve

Make your plans for a wonderful candlelight service Wed, Christmas Eve, 7 pm, at the First Congregational Church. More

Weight Lost!

Tops is a not for profit take off lbs sensible program meeting are on Tues. More

Walk The Historical Trail!

Click Here for Guides/Maps


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