Town of Belmont, New Hampshire
Town of Belmont
New Hampshire
Town of Belmont, New Hampshire
Town of Belmont
New Hampshire

Belmont Town Offices

143 Main Street, PO Box 310, Belmont, NH 03220 - (603) 267-8300

Town Hall Business Hours - Monday - Friday - 7:30am  to 4pm.

Upcoming Belmont Town Hall Closings for 2024


05/27, 07/04-07/05

09/02, 10/14, 11/11

11/28-11/29, 12/25

Please schedule your visits to our offices accordingly.

Click to view full calendar of upcoming meetings and events


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.

Current News and Notices

Please note if you are using our website on a mobile device/cell phone, you may need to scroll to the bottom of the screen to see information such as our hours of operation, holiday closings, and quick links to Registrations, Payments, Maps, Applications and Meetings.


Town of Belmont 2024 Road Ban Posting (PDF)


Requests for absentee ballots for voting for March 12, 2024 must be accompanied by an application:

2024 Absentee Ballot Application Local Election (PDF)

2024 Town of Belmont Voter's Guide (PDF)

Hard copies of the Voter's Guide may be picked at the Belmont Town Hall during regular business hours.

4 Leisure Lane Auction Ad 2024 (PDF)

4 Leisure Lane Auction Brochure 2024 (PDF)

4 Leisure Lane Summary 2024 (PDF)

Belmont Conservation Commission presents:

Invasive Species Presentation 03/06/2024 (PDF)

The Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Office will be closed for training:

Tuesday, March 26th for lunch only from 12:30-1:30pm 


Thursday, March 28th (all day)

Summer Camp Flyer 2024 (PDF)


Summer Camp Calendar 2024 Preliminary (PDF)


2024 Summer Camp Registration & Online Payments -


Summer Camp Registration Form 2024 (PDF)

Lakes Region Transportation Survey

Your input is needed!


Lakes Region Planning Commission, in partnership with Mid State Regional Coordinating Council and Central New Hampshire Planning Commission, is currently conducting a transportation survey for the Mid State Region. This survey will provide us with a valuable snapshot of our region’s current needs. LRPC looks forward to responses from our residents to give them a better idea of our needs. Currently, the survey is planned to be closed at the end of March. Thank you for your time!

LRPC Rider Survey QR Code

Lakes Region Planning Commission Transportation/Rider Survey 2024 PDF


2024 Primary Election Results

2024 Democratic Primary Results (PDF)

2024 Republican Primary Results (PDF)

2024 Trash & Recycling Calendar & Guide

2024 Calendar and Guide (Click for PDF)


Updated 2023 tax cards for all Belmont properties have been uploaded to our website, and can be accessed through the AxisGIS system:

Cards may be searched by property address, owner name or map and lot number.  Once you locate the property you are looking for, click on VISION PROPERTY CARD under the Documents section (see example below).

2023 Tax Rate

The Town of Belmont's 2023 tax rate was set in coordination with
the NH Department of Revenue Administration. 
This year's total tax rate has been set at $17.47, which breaks down as follows:

Town $5.86
Local School $9.47
State School $1.25
County $0.89
2023 Tax Rate $17.47


Tax bills have been printed and should have arrived in your mailbox.  Tax bills are also be posted on the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's web page.  Tax bills were due December 18th, 2023.

We have finished generating over 4,500 PDF documents for the final 2023 Vision Property Tax Cards and those have been posted to our website through the GIS Maps system.   



2024 Revaluation FAQ

The Town of Belmont will be conducting a 5-year town-wide Revaluation for 2024.

Please refer to the following documents for more information on frequently asked questions, the timeline, a press release and how to read your tax card:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Revalue FAQ-2024 (PDF)

Press Release - 2024 Town of Belmont Property Revaluation (PDF)

Vision Property Tax Card Sample with Explanations (PDF)

Job Openings

Finance/Human Resources Clerk

We are seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented, organized, communicative, and respectful professional to fill the part-time (+/- 32 hours per week) position of Finance/HR Clerk. 

Duties include A/P, payroll and human resources administrative/clerical tasks.

Municipal experience, public finance administration experience, and proficiency with finance software (BMSI a plus) and Microsoft Office preferred. Associate degree in accounting or related field or at least two years of municipal experience preferred, however any combination of education and experience will be considered. Wages commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Application is available online at The Town of Belmont is an EOE. Submit cover letter and resume to: Town Administrator, Town of Belmont, PO Box 310, Belmont, NH 03220, or email to by 2/23/2024.  

Finance/Human Resources Clerk Job Posting (PDF)

Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer

            The Town of Belmont is seeking a full-time Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer.  Responsibilities include building plan review, residential and commercial property inspections, enforcement of local and state regulations relating to building codes, issuing building permits and associated certificates, interpreting, and explaining codes to the general public and managing code enforcement issues. Must maintain current knowledge of Town ordinances, IBC and all other applicable codes, State laws and Federal regulations relating to building and code enforcement.

5 years’ experience in the construction or building field, or any equivalent combination of education and experience which demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Possession of or ability to obtain ICC certifications within 1 year of hire. Municipal experience as a building inspector and/or code enforcement officer preferred.

We offer a competitive salary dependent upon qualifications and experience plus a full benefits package. The Town of Belmont is an EOE. Submit cover letter and resume to: Town Administrator, Town of Belmont, PO Box 310, Belmont, NH 03220, or email to by 2/16/2024.   

Date of Posting: Friday February 2, 2024

Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Job Posting (PDF)

Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Job Description (PDF)

Parks & Rec is hiring!


Please see our job descriptions and information:


Camp Director Job Description (PDF)

Assistant Camp Director Job Description (PDF)

Summer Camp Councilor Job Description (PDF)

Lifeguard Job Description (PDF)

Park Attendant Job Description (PDF)

Belmont Fire Department 
Firefighter ALS Provider  

The Town of Belmont Fire Department is seeking 2 qualified candidates to fill immediate openings for the positions of Full Time Firefighter/ALS Provider (minimum AEMT. Paramedic Preferred.) These individuals will perform responsible firefighting operations, emergency medical care, and other related duties that apply. 

▪ High school diploma or GED (Associates Degree Preferred) 
▪ Certification as a Pro Board Firefighter I (must become certified at Firefighter II Level within one year.)  
▪ Nationally Registered EMT (must become certified as AEMT within one year.) 
▪ Possession of or ability to readily obtain (within one year,) a valid driver’s license issued 
by the State of New Hampshire for the type of vehicle or equipment operated (CDL-B)  
▪ Eligible under State of NH Administrative rules, 701.01, 701.02, 702.01, 702.02 or a lateral transfer that meets rule 703.01.  
▪ Pass a criminal and driving background check 
▪ Pass an NFPA 1582 pre-employment physical 

This position will work an average 42-hour week. The schedule consists of one 24-hour shift (0700-0700) followed by three days off on a rotating basis.  Do not attach copies of certifications.  A transcript from the NHFA or similar educational institution will be accepted as proof of certifications.  No email submissions accepted. These are Union positions.  The Town of Belmont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. These positions are 3 year grant funded positions. 

23-03-13 FF_ALS_Grant Posting.PDF

Cover letters and resume must be submitted to: 
Firefighter/ALS Provider Hiring Process 
Attention: Assistant Chief Deborah Black, PO Box 837 Belmont NH 03220 

2023 Annual Report



2023 Annual Report (PDF)

February Newsletter

The February Newsletter is available here.

Previous Editions can be found here...

Bulky Item Collection & Disposal

Town of Belmont Residential Customers ONLY

On the 1st Wednesday of each month,

Casella Waste will collect your bulky items curbside.

Piles of debris, trash, yard waste or a single item too large for one person to collect


A request for pickup must be made in advance by calling Town Hall at 267-8300, Extension 118 or 124. You will be asked to list the items you want picked up, you will be advised what the cost is, and

You will need to drop off a check made payable to the Town of Belmont prior to the collection day.


Important Notice

Dont' put bad/stale beer down the drain even in small volumes!

Please click here for the full artcle.

2023 - 54th Belmont Ten Mile Road Race

Results of the 10-Mile Road Race held on 08/12/2023 can be found at:

Not Everything is Flushable!!!

During this time of crisis it is important that we be mindfull of what is flushable and what is not. Check out the DO NOT FLUSH list to protect your sewer and septic system.

A "Flushable" label does not mean it is SAFE for your septic system or sewer. 

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Public Notices


In accordance with the provisions of NH RSA 79:10 I (b), the Belmont Board of Selectmen, as the Assessing Officials for the Town of Belmont, will sign an Intent to Cut relative to property located at 36 Horse Point Road, Tax Map# 201-011-000-000 on Tuesday, February 27, 2024.


Date of Notice: February 23, 2024

Town of Belmont  
Supervisors of the Checklist Meeting Notice 

Posting date: 02/26/2024 -------- REMOVE date: 03/02/2024 


The Belmont Supervisors of the Checklist will be in  public session at the Belmont Town Hall, 143 Main Street, Belmont NH on the following dates and times, to accept new voter registrations, and to make additions, changes, and corrections to the voter checklist. You can also register to vote and make changes at the Town Clerks office Monday thru Friday 7:30am - 4pm  .


March 2, 2024, Saturday 11:00am-11:30am at 
Belmont Town Hall 143 Main Street, Belmont NH 

Supervisors of the Voter Checklist 
Brenda Paquette, Donna Shepherd, Nikki Wheeler 

Town of Belmont
Board of Selectmen / Cemetery Trustees
Public Hearing
Wednesday, March 20, 2024 at 10:00 am
Belmont Mill, 14 Mill Street

The Town of Belmont NH Cemetery Trustees have identified 7 cemeteries that are not owned by the Town, and under RSA 289:19-21, propose to have them declared neglected/abandoned:

Gile Cemetery - 229 Jamestown Road - M/L 232-006 – oldest stone--Mary Gile deceased 09/18/1828

Woodman Cemetery – Hurricane Road – M/L 222-004 - oldest stone--Frances Adelaide Woodman deceased 10/01/1845

Leavitt Cemetery – Leavitt Road behind Smith’s Orchard – M/L 211-074 - oldest stone--Lewis S Leavitt deceased 01/14/1814

Farrar Cemetery – Province Road – M/L 226-026 - oldest stone--Jeduthan Farrar Sr. deceased 06/1784.

Prescott Cemetery – Northbrook Road – M/L 205-008 - oldest stone--Col. Dudley Prescott deceased 08/03/1815

Weymouth Cemetery (Burial Ground) – Brown Hill Road – M/L 229-040

Swallow Cemetery – Swallow Road M/L 203-004

Direct descendants or other interested parties of the ancestors or properties above should contact the Belmont Selectboard at (603) 267-8300 xt 118 as soon as possible to discuss this matter. The SelectBoard may declare the cemeteries abandoned after the public hearing if descendants grant permission or no descendants are located.  Those will become municipal cemeteries managed by the Cemetery Trustees.