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, and a rehabilitated brick and granite mill surrounded by a quaint village with a traditional New England general store. 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.


Historic District Commission – Public Hearing on new regulations continued to Tuesday, November 23, at 7:00 pm at the town offices. The HDC will continue discussion on proposed regulations affecting historic district property owners. Commission members encourage all property owners to review HDC Regulations Draft 9-28-2021, also available in hard copy at the Town Offices. 

REMINDER – Winter Parking Ban and Snow Removal Ordinance – goes into effect December 1. Effective annually December 1 through April 15 any motor vehicle parked on the streets or public ways in the Town of Harrisville between 12:01 am and 6:30 am or that interferes with snow removal operations at any time will be towed away at the owner’s expense.   Additionally, placing snow or ice, or causing snow or ice to be placed, upon the traveled portion of any road for any purpose, except as provided under RSA 236:20, is a violation of town law subject to a fine of not less than $100.00.   Town of Harrisville Winter Parking:Snow Removal Ordinance

Mandatory Dialing Change – Beginning October 24, 2021, all NH and VT residents must dial 10 digits (area code + phone number) for all local calls. Long distance calls will continue to require 1+area code+phone number. Emergency (911) and other three digit codes may still be dialed. Any pre-programmed speed dials in home phone systems or mobile devices will need to be changed.

New Town Clerk Office Hours Tuesdays from 2-6pm; Wednesdays* from 10am-2pm (* No Motor Vehicle Transactions on Wednesdays.); Thursdays 8am – noon, and the last Saturday of each month from 9am –11 am.  Closed Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11. Please we ask all registration RENEWALS be done BY MAIL and NEW VEHICLE/BOAT registrations and titles be done in person.  

Tax Collector Office Hours: Tuesdays from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and Fridays from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Call 827-5546 (ext 3) or email taxcollector@ harrisvillenh.org with questions. There is a Drop Box for payments located next to the Tax Collector’s window.

From the Conservation Commission – A schedule of free webinars on conservation and environmental issues –https://nhlakes.org/explore-lakes-webinars/

Covid Vaccination Walk In Clinic Informationhttps://www.cheshiremed.org/patients-visitors/covid-19-vaccination

Covid Vaccine – Vaccination registration is available through www.vaccines.nh.gov or call 2-1-1 for guidance.

POST STATE OF (Covid) EMERGENCY PROTOCOLS. Please click on the attached guidelines from the Health Officer and Emergency Management Director in response to the Governor’s ending of the Covid19 State of Emergency – post emergency protocols

Town Meeting 2021. Thank you to all who participated. All Warrant Articles passed. Click here to view the Certified 2021 Town Budget Certified Warrant for 2021

Silver Lake Boat Ramp Parking. A citizens advisory committee formed in April following a Public Hearing to monitor activity around the Silver Lake Boat Ramp during the summer 2021. Findings and recommendations will be presented to the Select Board fall 2021. The Public Hearing was conducted to present and discuss information and parking regulation proposals: Click here to download presentation of the Silver Lake 4-8-2021 – PLAN Authority for Regulation-Ordinance at Silver Lake 4-2021 Final Power point slides Silver Lake 4-8-2021 – Pg 1-10. Silver Lake Boat Ramp Parking Map and Signage, Revised, April 20, 2021. Original Silver Lake Boat Ramp Parking Map and Signage, April 16, 2021.

2021 Recycle Center/Beach Stickers are available from the Select Board Office or by depositing a self addressed stamped envelope with check or cash in the amount of $10 (checks payable to Town of Harrisville) in the lock box at the Recycle Center. Please be sure you include your name and address. One sticker per household..

Common Threads. Click for June July 2021.

Broadband/Fiber High Speed Internet. Call Consolidated Communications or click here to sign up for services http://consolidated.com/harrisville.

Harrisville Public Library. Click here for Library Hours and Services. Call 827-2918 or email sweaver@ harrisville.lib.nh.us with questions.

150th Celebration is scheduled for July 22-24, 2022. Merchandise for the 150th anniversary is available! Click here for the order form and price list 150th Merchandise Order Form

Burn permits Permits are required in order to burn brush outside. To obtain a permit online, click on the following link to the State Division of Forest and Lands Online Burn Permit. To obtain a burn permit from a Harrisville Fire Warden, click on the Fire Department page for contact information.

To complete an application for employment with the town, click here Job application, HV

Zoning Ordinances can be found here Harrisville Zoning Ordinances March 2021

Meeting Calendar & Zoom Links

All Board and Committee meetings begin at 7:00 pm at the Town Offices unless otherwise posted: Select Board – Thursday nights and the last Friday morning (9:00 am) of each month; Conservation Commission – First Wednesday of the month; Planning Board – Second Wednesday; Zoning Board – Third Wednesday; Historic District Commission – Fourth Tuesday; Library Trustees – Third Wednesday at 4:00 pm