The 2024 Town/School Election will be held on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. Voting will take place in the Hill Public Library from 11AM – 7PM. Town Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 14, 2024 at 7PM in the Amsden Auditorium.
To view the sample Town Ballot, please select the following link: 2024sampletownballot
Annual School District Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 at 7PM in the Amsden Auditorium.
1/23/2024 NH State Primary Results:
We began the day with 695 registered voters. We added 28 new voters for a total of 723 total voters with 444 ballots cast. 61% voter turnout.
Holiday Giving Tree
The Hill Fire Department is 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 Tuesday, December 19th.
If you are unable to return the gift to the tree by 12/19/23, please contact Chief Moulton to make alternative arrangements for gift drop-off.
If you should have any questions regarding the Giving Tree, or if you prefer to make a financial donation to help those in need in our community, please contact Fire Chief Moulton at 18 Commerce St. Hill, NH 03243, by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone 603-530-2027.
Thank you all for considering this great cause this Holiday Season!
To view the 2023 Town Election Results, please select the following link: 2023 Town Election Results
To view the 2023 School Election Results, please select the following link: 2023SchoolElectionResults
2/27/2023 – For those unaware, the NHDES PFAS Removal Rebate Program for Private Wells is a one-time rebate is available for single or multi-use residential properties with a private well that have an exceedance of one or more of the four NHDES Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards (AGQS) for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and have not been offered an alternate water source (bottled water, treatment, or service connection) from a third party. Eligible applicants may be provided a rebate for up to $5,000 for the installation of PFAS treatment (point-of-use or point-of-entry) or up to $10,000 for a service connection to a public water system. Additional information about eligibility and how to apply can be found on the website. https://www.pfas.des.nh.gov/funding/pfas-removal-rebate-program-private-wells
January 12, 2023, Did you know that the State of New Hampshire offers a number of assistance programs that are administered through the Community Action Agencies? With heating and electricity prices high, our residents are seeing higher energy bills. These programs can significantly help our clients and residents.
Who is Eligible?
Households with incomes between 60% and 75% of the state median income may qualify for:
• A one-time credit of $450 for heating assistance.
• A one-time credit of $200 on electric bills.
Households with incomes below 60% of the state median income may be eligible for assistance through:
Fuel Assistance: https://www.energy.nh.gov/consumers/help-energy-and-utility-bills/fuel-assistance-program
Electric Assistance: https://www.energy.nh.gov/consumers/help-energy-and-utility-bills/electric-assistance-program
Gas Assistance: https://www.energy.nh.gov/consumers/help-energy-and-utility-bills/gas-assistance-program
September 24, 2022, for those who may be having difficulties paying mortgages, property charges, or utilities due to COVID 19 NH Homeowners assistance fund provides financial assistance to eligible NH Homeowners who have been financially impacted during the COVID 19 Pandemic. Please select the following link for more information: https://www.nhhfa.org/haf/
September 23, 2021 – Due to the current state of disrepair, the bridge on Shop Road will be closed indefinitely.
To view the 2022 Town Report, please select the following link: Hill_2022 Town Report
To view the 2021 Town Report, please select the following link: Town of Hill NH 2021Annual Report
To view the 2020 Annual Report on-line, please select the following link: Town of Hill NH 2020 Annual Report
March 18, 2021 – A Message from NH Electric Cooperative:
Thousands of New Hampshire Electric Cooperative members like you have told us they want high-speed internet service!
We’re happy to report that we’re working hard to make that happen. Part of that effort includes the creation of NH Broadband, the Co-op’s subsidiary dedicated to connecting all NHEC members who need access to high-speed internet.
We invite you to check out the new NH Broadband website: www.NHBroadband.com.One of the features of the new website allows Co-op members to enter their address and submit their interest in receiving NH Broadband service.
We are making plans to extend broadband Internet service to more NHEC members in 2021 and for the next several years until all members have access to this essential service.
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!