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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...





Belmont Road Projects and Maintenance Scheduled

Village Road Paving - Saturday, September 20th
Street Paving in the Village will take place on Saturday, September 20, 2014 beginning at 6:00 a.m. This will include High Street, Gale Street, a portion of Sargent Street and Lawrence Court. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Chip Sealing Town Road Maintenance Underway
"Chip Sealing” is a common pavement maintenance practice that extends pavement life and provides a good driving surface.  The Town is currently chip sealing in many areas of the community.  Since some Town Residents may not be familiar with the chip seal construction method, a Fact Sheet is available to answer some frequently asked questions.

Area roads recently treated with Chip Seal will be swept beginning on Wednesday, September 17, 2014. 

Important Kidde Smoke Alarm Recall
Walter Kidde Portable Equipment Inc. ("Kidde”) in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall to replace certain Kidde AC/DC smoke alarms and combination smoke/carbon monoxide alarms. A copy of the joint recall announcement can be seen by clicking hereThis replacement program was initiated because the units may not perform as designed following a power outage. If a power outage occurs at the same second that a unit is performing a sensor health check, the units may go into a "latched” mode, causing them not to alert to the presence of smoke. The unit will sound if it receives a signal from an alarm in the same interconnected system. Once power is restored, a latched unit will sound an alert, regardless of the presence of smoke or carbon monoxide, until power to the alarm is completely removed.

Phase 2 of Bandstand Restoration


Phase 2 of the Bandstand restoration, funded by the Land & Community Heritage Investment Program including painting and cedar shake roof replacement has resumed after a short delay to accommodate Old Home Day festivities and weather considerations.
Winnisquam Echo 9/11/2014




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