Harrisville Highway Department
NH DOT Survey
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is conducting a pilot study of three intersection conflict warning system (ICWS) installations in 2021, including systems in Peterborough, Chesterfield, and Pelham.
The NHDOT invites input from all New Hampshire residents, travelers, and others that use our roadways through an online survey. Tap here to get to it: Intersection Conflict Warning System (ICWS) Pilot Study Survey (surveymonkey.com).
Survey responses are not restricted to the pilot communities, and broad NH input will help inform future decisions on this type of device. If your department has social media, a municipal newsletter, or other means of sharing this survey with your community, it would be appreciated.
Tap here for their flyer to help better understand the project and the survey.
Anyone desiring to construct, alter, repair or relocate a driveway to an existing or proposed roadway in the Town of Harrisville shall first apply for and obtain a permit from the Town Road Agent; or from the State of New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NH DOT) if the proposed driveway is located on any state road within the Town of Harrisville.
Before any driveway construction is begun, the property owner or an authorized agent must secure the written permission of the Road Agent by filling out and submitting a Driveway Permit Application and Checklist form.