Harrisville is a small New Hampshire town centered around a uniquely preserved and historic 19th century industrial mill complex. Located in the heart of the Monadnock region it is comprised of 10 lakes and ponds, a rehabilitated brick and granite mill surrounded by a quaint village with a traditional New England general store and a summer farmers market. Our beautiful town, set just off Route 101 and nestled against a picturesque rural backdrop, boasts a vibrant community with active farms, people practicing traditional and digital-age trades, and a wealth of artists and artisans. It is a much-loved vacation destination for families escaping hot urban summers as well as a great place to live year-round, raise a family, or retire in peaceful quietude.

Announcements

UPDATE ON CHESHAM POND/DAM–The Dam Bureau has notified the town that it expects to begin refilling Chesham Pond during the first week of June. Poor soil conditions led to the need for a higher than anticipated wall. Water from Seaver Reservoir will help refill the pond, and NH Fish & Game will be notified about the partial drawdown there.

MEETINGS OF TOWN BOARDS (Meetings begin at 7:00 pm at the Town Offices unless otherwise specified): Select Board – Every Thursday**Conservation Commission — First Wednesday of the month; Planning Board – Second Wednesday of the month;  Zoning Board – Third Wednesday of the month; Historic District Commission – Fourth Wednesday of the month.  [**Effective May 31st the Select Board will hold its final meeting of the month on Friday mornings at 9:00 am, and not Thursday evenings.]

For a copy of the updated Zoning Ordinances, click here TOWN of HARRISVILLE ZONING ORDINANCES MARCH 2019

TOWN MEETING 2019 — ELECTION RESULTS AND MINUTES
2019 Town Meeting Election Results     https://www.harrisvillenh.org/2019/03/19/minutes-of-town-meeting-march-12-2019/
Click here to download the Town Report for 2018
https://www.harrisvillenh.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2019-Town-Report-Draft-v16-FINAL.pdf. Hard copies are available at Town Offices, the Post Office, the Library and the General Store.

To view the Streetlight Committee’s Interim Report and Slideshow from the September 24th Community Conversation, click here —  https://www.harrisvillenh.org/2018/10/18/streetlight-committee-interim-report-and-slideshow-9-24-2018/

For November 6 Election Results for Harrisville, click here     https://www.harrisvillenh.org/2018/11/07/harrisville-election-results-for-the-state-general-election-11-6-2018/

From the Town Clerk’s Office:  Requirements for Proof of Residency. Click here for details  https://www.harrisvillenh.org/2018/08/01/town-clerk-proof-of-residency-requirements/:

From the Conservation Commission: Information about Japanese Knotweed and how it can be managed can be found here:    https://www.agriculture.nh.gov/publications-forms/documents/japanese-knotweed-bmps.pdf  Information for homeowners about stormwater management can be found here:   https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/pip/publications/wd/documents/wd-11-11.pdf

From the Tax Collector’s Office:  Information about Prepayment of Property Taxes
Property owners of the Town of Harrisville may prepay their property taxes up to 2 years in advance as per a vote of the Selectmen and RSA 80:52. Click here for more information. https://www.harrisvillenh.org/2018/01/15/prepayment-of-property-taxes/

Minutes and Agendas