Welcome To The Alstead, NH Website
Welcome to the website of The Town of Alstead, New Hampshire. Residents with a question about Town Government or Services should find this site a useful resource. Enjoy your visit to the site and feel free to contact us for additional content.
Alstead is a community that prides itself on several hundred years of rich history. From mills to mining, agriculture and industry, Alstead has generally been left intact as a pristine rural community. The town's history has shaped not only the land, but its creative, skilled and dedicated citizens. These residents, many whose families have lived in Alstead for generations, have a strong sense of stewardship of the land, pride in town services and community spirit and a strong passion for the rural atmosphere.
In accordance with the New Hampshire Laws of 2020, Chapter 14, the Moderator and 3 additional Election Officials are authorized to partially process Absentee Ballots prior to the actual day of voting.
In Alstead, Absentee Ballots for the General Election will be partially processed on Friday, October 30, 2020 beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the Alstead Town Offices. The procedures are established by the New Hampshire Secretary of State. Observers may attend.
Final processing of Absentee Ballots for the General Election will take place on November 3, 2020 in the Alstead Town Hall at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Click button below to renew car registrations, dog licenses, pay taxes or apply for vital records on-line
News & Notices
Town Clerk's office will be closed Tuesday November 3rd and Wednesday November 4th
Select Board's office will be closed Tuesday November 3rd
Select Board meeting Tuesday November 10 at 6:00. To attend via conference call dial 978-990-5000 access code 539083# Agenda
Due to COVID-19 the town hall will be closed to the public.
Fill out your 2020 Census online. There are various State and Federal Agencies that depend on the census information in determining what level or amount of services or benefits they would provide to Towns and States, especially in the instance of an emergency. So do your part and help us set the records straight. Thank you!! https://my2020census.gov/
Town Reports are available on this website, at the town offices and library. (click above image for the electronic version)