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About Belmont

NH MapThe Town of Belmont is located in the southern portion of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region in Belknap County. The Village Area, located at the intersections of Laconia (State Route 106) and Gilmanton Roads (State Route 140) is four miles from Exit 20 Interstate I-93, seven miles south of Laconia and twenty-four miles north of Concord. More...

Storm Stops Trash Pickups Early on Wednesday
Due to treacherous road conditions Waste Management will cease trash collections at 1pm, today, Wednesday, November 26th.  Roads that will not be collected include:  Portions of Perkins, Mile Hill and Dutile Roads; all of Horne, Badger Glen and Lamprey Roads. We apologize for this inconvenience.  Those roads will be collected on Friday, November 28th.
Temporary Shelter Established at Laconia Middle School

Temperatures will drop into the teens this evening. If you are without power, a temporary shelter has been opened at the Laconia Middle School, 150 McGrath Street, Laconia. Belmont residents are welcome.

November Town Offices Schedule
The Town Offices will be closed on the following days in November:
Wednesday, November 26th Closing at 2pm
Thursday, November 27th closed all day
Friday, November 28th closed all day
Please remember to register vehicles early as November 26th at 2pm is the last day for timely November registrations.

Belmont Police Explorers Busier Than Ever as Santa's Little Helpers
In preparation for the holidays, Santa’s Little Helpers are busier than ever this year, and help from the local community is always appreciated as they work to make things merry for Belmont boys and girls, from the tiniest of newborns to those who are 15-years-old.  Read More - Winni Echo 11/27/14

Winni Echo Courtesy Photo:The Belmont Police Department and their Police Explorers program are busy all year long collecting donations for families in need for their Santa‘s Little Helpers holiday program. Shown with their buddy "The Grinch” at a recent community fundraiser are Officers Kris Kloetz, Adam Hawkins and Derek Gray.

NH DES Voluntary MtBE Sampling Program in Belmont

The Town of Belmont encourages Property Owners to participate in a voluntary MtBE sampling program being conducted by the NH DES if your property is located near an area that is potentially vulnerable to gasoline contamination as shown on the map below.  The program has identified properties that may be served by a well located near an area that is potentially vulnerable to gasoline contamination and DES will be sending letters to those property owners. This is a voluntary program and the work will be performed at no cost to you.

Sample Letter          Map

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