Town of North Hampton
 Friday Folder for May 8, 2020
For Up to Date COVID19 Information:

 Bulky Goods Collection Day: May 16, 2020
8:00am to 5:00pm
Twice a year, in May and again in October, the Highway Department sponsors a bulky goods collection day at the Cherry Road Brush Dump for North Hampton residents only. A Brush Dump sticker or a current North Hampton vehicle registration is required as proof of residency. Residents may purchase stickers at the Town Administrative Offices for $1.00. Fees are charged for disposing of allowed items and are listed below. Call the Highway Department at (603) 964-6442 for more information.

Charges for Metals and Bulky Items

  • Couches, Chairs, Washing Machines, Dryers, Stoves/Ovens, etc.: Each $10.00
  • Hot Water Heaters, Furnaces, Box Springs & Mattresses, etc.: Each $10.00
  • Carpets & Pads, Lawn mowers, Snow Blowers, with gas and oil removed: Each $10.00
  • Refrigerators, Freezers, Dehumidifiers, and Air Conditioners: Each $20.00
    [Due to chlorofluorocarbon (CFCs), Freon Removal]
  • Complete Computers, Microwave Ovens, Copy Machines, Televisions: Each $20.00
    [Our Cost for Disposal: These items can no longer go to the Landfill]
  • Computer Monitors: Each $10.00
  • Large Propane Cylinders over 20 lbs.: $20.00
    20lb. Propane Cylinders: $5.00
    Small Propane Cylinders: $1.00
Items excluded from dumping are: tires, batteries, paints, thinners, gas, oil, fertilizers, pesticides, and demolition material.

Please Note:

Any items not on this list and/or questionable items will be reviewed on site and a charge will be determined by the attendant.
All items must originate from the Town of North Hampton.
Residential Use Only
Administered by: The Town of North Hampton Public Works Department

Heritage Commission

Wondering what to do to preserve your barn?
Here's your opportunity for some free
(but donations welcome) professional advice!
New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is offering
Virtual Barn Assessments

News from the Town Clerk

North Hampton Historical Society

The Historical Society has two new blogs on our website
Let's Do Some Family History Projects - get tips about researching your family history...and get started.

An Historical Society Success Story - read about the Gilead Historical Society. Do you have any ideas about what we could do in North Hampton?


This Week on Channel 22
Volunteers Needed for Open Positions on Boards and Committees
Open Positions after March 10, 2020 Elections
  • Agriculture - 3 members
  • Conservation Commission - 2 members; 1 alternate member
  • Economic Development Committee - 7 citizen representatives
  • Heritage Commission - 1 Alternate Member
Please submit your letter of interest to Interim Town Administrator Michael Tully at


Emergency Notifications and 911

The Town of North Hampton encourages you to sign up for emergency alerts with your contact information to receive emergency notifications.  

Such alerts include evacuation notices, missing child alerts, and boil water notifications.  Based on your personal preference, alerts will be delivered via phone call, text message, email or a combination of all three.

North Hampton Public Library Is Currently Closed to the Public
Check out their online features at
North Hampton Recreation Department
Effective immediately the Town of North  Hampton is ready to assist seniors in Town by delivering to their homes any necessary food or  supplies, as well as simply checking in on  them.

In addition we can accept monetary donations  as well as gift cards and or nonperishable  items.

If you are a senior in need of anything, know  of seniors in town who could use these ser vices, or you would like to make a donation,  please email jmanzi@northhamptonnh-nh. gov  or call 964-3170

 I n response to the COVID-19 outbreak and in an attempt to "flatten the curve" and promote "social distancing" Dearborn Park is closed until further notice. This includes  playground, courts, and ball fields.

As always please call 911 for any emergencies.

North Hampton Dog Park Committee

The North Hampton Dog Park Committee is conducting a survey to gather community input on the interest in creating an off-leash dog park within the Town of North Hampton, NH. All feedback is valuable, whether or not you are a current/former dog owner or would like to provide suggestions or ideas. The survey will only take approximately 5 minutes to complete. All participants will be entered to win a Beach Plum gift certificate.
Follow the link below to fill out the survey:

North Hampton Business Association


Building Permits
Building Permits are posted on a weekly basis to the Town of North Hampton's website.
To view permits, please click this link:

Other Local Links

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