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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...





NH State General Election - November 4th
The State General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at Belmont High School which is located at 255 Seavey Road. Polling hours are 7AM-7PM. This election, we will be voting for our Governor, U.S. Senator, and State Representative among other offices.

The last day for voter registration at Town Hall is October 25, 2014; otherwise you 
may register at the polls, make sure to bring photo ID and proof of domicile in Belmont.

We are expecting to get our absentee ballots mid month, but you may submit a request in writing, must have a written request per voter, any time now. When the absentee ballots arrive, we will mail your ballot to you at the address you specify. We look forward to seeing you at the polls!

A Sample Ballot is available for review.

"Emergency Lane" Status Public Hearing - November 3, 2014
Jefferson Road Loop, Lakeside Drive, Wakeman Road & Bayview Drive

The Board of Selectmen will hold a Public Hearing upstairs at the Corner Meeting House, 16 Sargent Street, Belmont, NH, beginning at 5:00 p.m., on Monday, November 3, 2014 for the purpose of receiving public input regarding the public need for conferring "Emergency Lane” status upon certain private roads in the vicinity of Lake Winnisquam, specifically Jefferson Road Loop, Lakeside Drive, Wakeman Road and Bayview Drive.  Proposed Map for Emergency Lane Status


Belmont Historic Bandstand Restoration Saluted

September 28, 2014  Local leaders, State officials and members of the preservation community met to salute the restoration of the historic Belmont Bandstand on September 28, 2014.  Daily Sun Feature 9/27/14  Daily Sun 9/27/14   Citizen 9/28/14   Daily Sun 9/30/14  Photo:Karen Bobotas/Daily Sun

Restoration of the 1908 Bandstand began in October of 2013 and continued during 2014, with funding for repainting and a new cedar shake roof supported by an LCHIP matching grant. Historical restoration specialist JR Graton of Northfield, painter John Thompson of Alexandria, architectural conservator Brian Powell of Building Conservation Associates, and traditional stonewall builder Kevin Fife of Canterbury - with initial help from Cullen Concrete of Tilton and Busby Contractors of Atkinson comprised "a first rate team for the project" according to Heritage Commission chairman Linda Frawley.  

Photo/Belmont Heritage Commission -  A vintage granite foundation stone, carefully selected and hand-chiseled by Kevin Fife (standing), was set this week as the first step for the Belmont community landmark. Fife is a 1981 Belmont High School alumnus. JR Graton assisted with placement. 


The Bandstand is the third Belmont historic preservation project funded by LCHIP in recent years. It is included in a recently released video presentation available at www.lchip.org.

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