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The 2020 second issue Tax Bills are being sent
 with a due date of December 21, 2020.

The new 2020 tax rate is $17.95 per $1,000 of assessed valuation.
If you do not receive your tax bill by the end of November please contact the Tax Collector’s office at (603) 744-8454 so a duplicate can be issued.

** Please be advised that if you are a new property owner or made a recent address change, we may not have your current mailing address. 
  • You can pay your bill online at: under Tax Collector Online Services.
  • Mail it to PO Box 538, New Hampton, NH 03256 with check made payable to the "Town of New Hampton" and the bottom portion detached.
  • Make an appointment to pay in person by calling the Tax Collector at 603-744-8454.
New Fire Chief

Pictured: Fire Chief Lang with Police Chief Tyrrell
The Town of New Hampton is pleased to announce that Kevin Lang has been named as the new Fire Chief, as Chief Michael Drake has retired.
Chief Lang had joined the New Hampton Fire Department in 1980.  He subsequently left the department for a period of time, only to return in 2008 when Fire Chief Drake came back to serve as the Chief.  Kevin had served as the Deputy Fire Chief since 2010.  His certifications include: Advanced EMT, CDL-A Driver, Level II Firefighter, Forest Fire Warden, Engineer and ICS & NIMS Certified.  Chief Lang said he looks forward to ensuring the safety and welfare of the local citizens and guests, enjoys all things mechanical, and resides in New Hampton. 


Christmas Tree Lighting
Town Common, Main Street, New Hampton
Saturday, December 5th at 6:00 PM

Santa will arrive to help with the tree lighting
and give a Christmas message to the children, without leaving his vehicle.

Please maintain social distancing while remaining in your family bubble
and per the Governor’s orders, face masks are required.


 The Town Offices will be closed on
Thursday and Friday, November 26th & 27th

in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

The History Corner

What could it be?

Here is a puzzler for the holidays. Cleaning the attic of the Gordon-Nash Library we found this “contraption,” which we donated to the New Hampton Historical Society (and the members were thrilled with the gift). Any guesses as to what it might be?
 Please send your answers to the NHHS at 
For more information on the history of the town, please visit the New Hampton Historical Society website at
Kent Bicknell
Historian, NHHS
Curator of Special Collections
The Gordon-Nash Library at New Hampton School
November 20, 2020