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239 Rt25C Updated Photos as of June 19, 2020:



Clean up has begun at 239 RT25C!

All monetary donations to assist with the cleanup cost should be mailed to: Town of Piermont C/O Board of Selectman P.O. Box 67 Piermont, NH 03779. *Please just note on your donation “cleanup cost”*



Tax bills mailed on Thursday, May 28, 2020 with a due date of Monday, July 6, 2020.
Due to COVID-19 Tax Collector office is closed to the public.
Please utilized the drop slot in the Town Clerk/Tax Collector door for payments.
If you need an appointment to see the Tax Collector please call 603-272-6979 or 603-272-4306


COVID-19 Election Information & Instructions:

Communication from Secretary of State Bill Gardner on Emergency Order #43
Application to Change Party Affiliation fill-in

COVID-19 Instructions to public May 18 2020 (1)

FAQ Supervisors Pre Primary Final


Our special Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Garden Program scheduled for Monday, May 25, 2020 has been postponed to Memorial Day, May 31, 2021. Our program for this year was to include World War 2 Tank crew member Ken Uline, who was selected as our Grand Marshal. Also, columnist, author, and Viet Nam Veteran Gary Moore as our Guest Speaker, plus that popular band, the Summertime Marching Band of Monroe, a band that actually marches and plays a wonderful suite of patriotic music. Also, the Piermont Village School band and chorus, who were so magnificent last year.

So, due to the bad coronavirus 19 in our midst, we have moved the entire card of Memorial Day events to next year’s Memorial Day in order to appropriately honor our veterans and their sacrifices with our program of a parade, Memorial Garden services, BBQ Lunch, Book Sale and other events.

Piermont veterans will still be honoring our service dead by visiting Piermont cemeteries and placing wreaths each location. Our deceased brothers and sisters in uniform will not be forgotten.



Transfer Station will remain open for normal business hours


Due to COVID-19 the Town Office Building will be closed to the public. In the event you need to drop  documents off to the Selectmen, please utilize the drop slot located on the door of the Town Clerk’s Office. All operations will remain the same. To contact please phone us @ 603-272-9181 or email us at

Due to COVID-19

The Town Clerk’s Office Will be CLOSED to the public until further notice

Please renew registrations by mail or by drop box on the door. We will MAIL them back to you. Please call and leave a message for any other transactions.


PO Box 27

Piermont, NH 03779


Corona Virus Information Click Here


Waste Collection 2020 Saturday, July 25, 2020 


Click HERE for NH Primary Information


                *2019 Emergency Operations Plan is complete*

Find it here or in the Emergency Management tab 2019 Emergency Operations Plan


**Town Clerk and Tax Collector Office Hours Have Changed**

       Town Clerk:                                                                                          Tax Collector:

Tuesday        3:30 pm to 6:00 pm                                        Friday 1:00pm to 6:00pm
Wednesday  9:00 am to 6:00 pm.



****OLD NEWS****

USDA Wildlife information regarding bear encounters!

The USDA’s Wildlife Services works closely with Fish and Game to mitigate bear conflicts around the state. We’ve received a significant amount of calls about bear problems around NH, and thought it would be helpful to pass along some information about how residents can prevent conflicts with bears. Prime black bear habitat includes deciduous forests (oaks, maple, beech etc.), wetlands, and riparian (along rivers) zones. The natural areas surrounding your town provide very good habitat for black bears.  Many human-bear conflicts arise when bears frequent properties to access food attractants that are found around homes.  The most common attractants are birdfeeders, unsecured garbage, and compost piles which include food scraps.  Livestock, such as chickens and pigs, can also attract bears when not properly protected. Electric fencing is the most effective way to protect livestock.  In most cases removing the attractant the bear(s) are utilizing eliminates the bear problem.  It is also helpful to harass bears with noise, such as banging pots and pans, or using compressed air horns to scare them away.

The below listed links and youtube videos can assist in mitigating bear encounters!

Bears & Chickens:

Use an electric fence to keep bears away from your chickens.

Bears & Birdfeeders:

Take your feeders down.


Dumpsters 2:

Ashley Bray

Biological Science Technician

USDA Wildlife Services


*****JOB VACANCY*****

For the current listing for Job Vacancies, go to the Job Openings tab on the home page for this website.


Transfer Station Cost Updates.2019


TAX BILLS WERE DUE : Thursday, July 18, 2019.

The 2018 Town Report and E911 Town Ordinance has been posted on the Documents Tab!

The Town would like to congratulate Gail Bachus in being appointed as the new Deputy Town Clerk!

2018 Town Meeting Election Results

Click on links below to view documents from February 8, 2018 Budget Hearing:

Budget Hearing -2018 Revenues 

Budget Hearing 2018 Expenditures

Budget Hearing Donation Requests 2018

Budget Hearing Encumbrances 2017

Tax Payments can now be made online

Town of Piermont property owners can now make their property and sewer tax payments online. Please visit the Tax Collector’s webpage and click on the Property Taxes Review Online button.

Online Assessing Records are now available

The Town of Piermont’s Assessing Data is now available online.  The data can be accessed by clicking on the link located on the Assessing Department’s webpage.

Tax Data available online

The Town of Piermont’s Tax Data is available online.  The data can be accessed by clicking on the link located on the Tax Collector’s webpage.

Transfer Station/Recycling Center:

Town Trash Bags are now available for purchase in Town Clerk’s Office;