News and Notices

2017 Holiday Tree and Food Drive

The Hill Fire Department in coordination with the Hill Girl Scouts are sponsoring a Giving Tree again this year for Hill residents. This program helps provide a better Christmas to Hill families who are experiencing a difficult time and that would appreciate some assistance during this holiday season.

The Giving Tree is located within the Hill Town Clerk/Tax Collector Office.

How the program works:

1. Take a tag off the tree that describes the desired gift as well as the age and gender of the child.
2. Purchase the gift.
3. Please bring the unwrapped gift back to the tree by Thursday, December 21st.

If you are unable to return the gift to the tree by 12/21/17, please contact Chief Ford to make alternative arrangements for gift drop-off.

Also, during this Holiday season the Hill Girl Scout troop with the Hill Fire Department is holding Food Drive to assist those in need. The food collection will be given to a local food pantry.

All non-perishable food donations may be dropped off at collection boxes located at the Hill Town Clerk/Tax Collector Office and the Jennie D. Blake Elementary School.

ALL FOOD DONATIONS SHOULD BE DROPPED OFF BY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2017.

If you should have any questions regarding the Giving Tree, Food Drive, or if you prefer to make a financial donation to help those in need in our community, please contact Fire Chief Dee Ford at 18 Commerce St. Hill, NH 03243, by email at: deputyford@hotmail.com, or by telephone 603-630-5795.

Thank you all for considering these great causes this Holiday Season. Any contribution is greatly appreciated!!

September 29, 2017 – Bunker Hill Road bridge is closed until further notice due to critical deficiencies.

Sidewalk Study Committee – As many of you are aware our sidewalks here in the village have deteriorated. The selectmen held a public hearing last year with low attendance. The Board brought the issue before the town as a warrant article earlier this year at Town Meeting at which time the article was tabled. There was much discussion and a suggestion was made that a study committee be formed. As a result, the Hill Selectmen are creating a Hill Village Sidewalk Study Committee. The Selectmen are seeking a minimum of two residents from the village area and a minimum of 2 residents from outside the village along with one member from the Select Board. If you are interested in serving on the Sidewalk Study Committee, please contact (934-1094) the Selectmen’s Office by September 19, 2017.

All dogs 4 months or older needed to be registered by April 30. If you have not done so already, please stop by the Town Clerk’s Office to register your dog as soon as possible!
Please select the link(s) below for the 2017 Town/School Election results

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2017 Town Meeting Minutes

2016 Town Meeting Minutes