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May Newsletter now available

The May edition of the Belmont Community Newsletter and Calendar is now available.  Past editions available at www.belmontnh.org/belmontnewsletter.asp
Belmont Police Department - Drug Take Back Day - Saturday, April 29th


In addition to the permanent Prescription Collection Box located at the Belmont Police Station, the Department will be participating as a collection location for Drug Take Back Day this Saturday from 10am - 2pm at the Belmont Police Station at 16 Fuller Street.  
For full details on Saturday's event view this message on the web  

Also, read more about the Department's permanent Prescription Collection Box initiative.

Belmont PD taking part in Drug Take-Back Day  Winni Echo 4/26/17




Private Water Well Testing Opportunity - Meeting May 3rd - 6pm



See Full Details  
 
The first step to keeping your family safe is to test your well water for arsenic and other contaminants.  Belmont residents will receive a $50 discount on a Standard Package.

Belmont Conservation Commission
Today's Conservation Stewards for Tomorrow's Generation




Construction continues on Dollar General

 
 
 April 20, 2017
 
 April 7, 2017
 
 March 23, 2017


Dog Licensing

Dog licenses are due to be renewed by April 30th… If that fact slipped your mind hurry down to Town Hall and mark that errand off your list. We give the month of May as a grace period with no extra penalties or fees to get our furry friends licensed. You can stop in our office, mail in a check with last year’s license number or (as long as your dog’s rabies infor-mation is up to date) you can go on our town’s website, www.belmontnh.org and renew the license online and we will mail the tags to you. Please keep in mind that starting in June there will be a late fee, a $25 civil forfeiture fee per dog and possible court date added to the amount of your dog’s license.
Local Town Clerks issue reminder to license dogs  
Winnisquam Echo 4/6/17

Job Opening - Director of Public Works

The Town of Belmont seeks to fill the position of Director of Public Works. The Public Works Director provides leadership, management and technical expertise for two departments: Highway and Sewer Department. The director supervises and manages 8 full-time, 1-2 seasonal part time employees and occasional subcontractors. This is a full-time exempt position with a generous benefit package. The Town of Belmont is an equal opportunity employer. For more information and a full job description please view the full listing for this position.  May 15

2017 Belmont Old Home Day - Summertime Fun!

Belmont NH Heritage Photo

Belmont Old Home Day
Saturday -  August 12, 2017
"Summertime Fun"

Celebrate the Summer Season in Belmont!!


Belmont Old Home Day is scheduled for the 2nd Saturday of August. Our theme for this summer’s celebration is "Summertime Fun”.

Vendors reserve your space now as we welcome crafts, information booths, novelties and concessions to be a part of this fun-filled day!

More Info will be posted as it becomes available.  Visit the Old Home Day page. If you have any questions, please contact Gretta Olson-Wilder at 603-998-3525 or send an email to events@belmontnh.org.

Farmers Market Days Return in 2017

Farmers Market Days!

June 25th       July 30th      August 27th     September 17th
Belmont Ride Share (Park & Ride), 798 Laconia Road (Rte 106)

Market Brochure

Farmer's Market Days include a demonstration, live music, produce, crafts and baked goods.  Vendor space available for a nominal fee.  More Information 




Local State Highway Road Projects

Delays on Rte 106 and the Laconia Bypass can be expected.
Motorists traveling on two prime routes in the Lakes region will encounter some travel lane shifts and delays as work resumes on the rehabilitation of Route 106 in Belmont and Laconia and a section of the Laconia Bypass.  Busby Construction of Atkinson is the general contractor for the $7.2 million project to be completed shortly before Halloween, according to the contract.  More Info on our Road Projects Page


NH Route 140 Guardrail Replacement
Commencing on April 5, 2017, through June, 2017, CWS Fence & Guardrail will be replacing substandard cable and beam guardrail along NH Route 140 (Gilmanton Road, Main Street & Depot Street).  Please use caution while driving in these areas.


Belmont Community Wide Yard Sale - Saturday, May 13th


Belmont Community Wide Yard Sale
Saturday, May 13 - 9 am

Registration Form


Belmont Historical Society Program - May 16th, 7pm
The Historical Society will be hosting several interesting programs in 2017.  Be sure to mark your calendar and join us!

The Founding Fathers: What Were They Thinking?
Tuesday, May 16th, 7pm
Belmont Corner Meeting House, 16 Sargent Street

In 1787 delegates gathered in Philadelphia to address a wide variety of crises facing the young United States of America and produced a charter for a new government. In modern times, competing political and legal claims are frequently based on what those delegates intended. Mythology about the founders and their work at the 1787 Convention has obscured both fact and legitimate analysis of the events leading to the agreement called the Constitution. Presenter Richard Hesse explores the cast of characters called "founders," the problems they faced, and the solutions they fashioned.