News and Notices

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 Thursday, December 15th.

If you are unable to return the gift to the tree by 12/15/22, 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: hillfirechief@townofhillnh.org, or by telephone 603-530-2027.

Thank you all for considering this great cause this Holiday Season!

Please view the following links to view the 2022 General Election Results (11/08/2022) for our town: 2022Generalelectionresults1; 2022generalelectionresults2; 2022generalelectionresults3

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. Voting will be held in the Hill Public Library from 11AM – 7PM. Please select the following link to view the sample ballot: 2022generalelectionsampleballot20221006
Voters Guide: 2022 VOTERS GUIDE

September 24, 2022, for those seeking Fuel Assistance, please select the following link for information: https://www.energy.nh.gov/consumers/help-energy-and-utility-bills/fuel-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/

2022 NH State Primary Election results from the Town of Hill –
Democratic
2022NHStatePrimary Democratic
Republican 2022NHStatePrimary Republican

The NH State Primary will be held on Tuesday, September 13. Voting will take place from 11AM -7PM in the Hill Public Library.

Sample State Primary Democratic Ballot: 2022 State Primary Dem Ballot

Sample State Primary Republican Ballot: 2022 State Primary Rep Ballot

The Annual Town/School Election will be held on Tuesday, March 8, 2022.  Voting will take place in the Amsden Auditorium at the Jennie D. Blake School from 11AM – 7PM.  
Election Results: TownSchoolElectionResults20220308

To view the 2021 Town Report, please select the following link: Town of Hill NH 2021Annual Report

To view the MS-737 – Proposed 2022 Hill Budget, please view the following link: 2022MS737

To view the 2022 Town of Hill Warrant Articles, please view the following link: 2022TownWarrantArticles

Sample Town Election Ballot: 2022 SAMPLE Ballot.docx

The Town Ballot does have two ballot questions pertaining to the Hill Zoning Ordinance. For reference, the existing format can be found here: Existing ordinance format

To view the MS-27 Proposed 2022 Hill School Budget, please view the following link: 2022 MS 27 Proposed Hill School Budget 20220218

To view the 2022 Hill School District Warrant Articles, please view the following link: 2022 Hill School District Warrant 20220218

Sample School Election Ballot: 2022sampleschoolballot

The Budget Committee Public Hearing on the proposed 2022-2023 School Budget will take place on Wednesday, February 16, 2022 in the Amsden Auditorium in the Jennie D. Blake School at 7PM. To view the Proposed 2022-2023 School Budget in the Public Hearing Packet, please select the following link: FY23 BC school Hearing Packet 2.12.22

The Budget Committee Public Hearing on the proposed 2022 Town Budget will take place on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 in the Amsden Auditorium in the Jennie D. Blake School at 7PM.  To view the Proposed 2022 Town Budget in the Public Hearing Packet, please select the following link:  Town Budget Public Hearing Packet_v3FEB2022

September 23, 2021 – Due to the current state of disrepair, the bridge on Shop Road will be closed indefinitely.

Recount requests were received for the Selectmen 1yr term, the Library Trustee 1yr term, and a request was submitted by 10 registered voters to recount the results of the Hill School District Warrant Articles.  The recount(s) were scheduled and performed today, May 19, 2021.   The results for the Selectmen’s Office 1yr term did not change.  In regards to the Library Trustee 1 yr term, it was determined that 5 individuals (previously believed to be 3) received 2 votes each.  One individual was Lynn Christopher who is employed by the Library and not a resident, therefore was ineligible.  The remaining 4 names were placed in a ‘hat’ and one was drawn at random by an observer.  Congratulations to Frank Marsh on being elected as Library Trustee for 1 year!

The results of the School Warrant Article(s) recount were  Article 1:   113 No and 105 Yes.

Please select the link(s) below for the results of the 2021 Town/School Election held on May 11, 2021 

Results 2021 Town Offices 

Results 2021 Town Warrant Articles

Results 2021 School Offices

Results 2021 School Warrant Articles

 

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.

 

2020 General Election results: 2020GeneralElectionresults

2020 State Primary Election results: Republican 20200908Rep Democrat 20200908Dem

 

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!

 

2022 Town Meeting Minutes

2021 Town Meeting Minutes

2020 Town Meeting Minutes

2019 Town Meeting Minutes

2018 Town Meeting Minutes

2017 Town Meeting Minutes

2016 Town Meeting Minutes