The Milford Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session at the Town Clerk’s Office at the Milford Town Hall on Friday, October 30, between 7:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. This will be the last time currently registered voters may change their party affiliation prior to the Presidential Primary, the date of which is still uncertain. New voters are welcome to register at the Town Hall up until 10 days prior to Election Day or at the polls on Election Day.
26th Annual Milford Great Pumpkin Festival! Oct. 9th - 11th Columbus Day Weekend | Hours: Fri Oct 9th 5pm - 9pm, Sat Oct 10th 10am - 9pm, Sun Oct 11th 10am - 3pm | Fireworks - Live Bands - Food - Crafts - Carnival Rides - Bouncy Houses - Haunted Trail and More | For more information please click here
Hydrant flushing will begin in East Milford 10/5/15, progress through North & West Milford, and is expected to continue through 10/23/15. Should you have questions, please call 249-0667.
Your patience while the Water Utilities Department maintains your water system is appreciated. WATER DISCOLORATION MAY BE NOTICEABLE
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. (“Tennessee”) is scheduled to hold additional public open houses for the proposed Northeast Energy Direct Project in New Hampshire. Please find the details of these five upcoming open houses below.
Transcript of the 7/30/2015 Scoping Meeting held in Milford, NH re Northeast Energy Direct Project under PF14-22. Link to Transcript
The Town of Milford has a vibrant business community, which significantly contributes to the character of Milford. In an attempt to recognize some of our outstanding local businesses the Milford Planning Board would like to invite you to take this opportunity to nominate one of our local businesses for a Distinguished Site of the Year Award. Winners will be honored at the December, 2015 Planning Board meeting and through the local media.
This is a tentative (weather & other factors permitting) timeline/schedule of major construction projects for the Town of Milford. Information will be updated when needed.
Two of the Milford Board of Selectmen met with representatives of Kinder Morgan to understand what they wanted. The Board of Selectmen has asked Kinder Morgan to make a public presentation to the Board of Selectmen in early January; this presentation will be televised so that the town can understand what the project is. This is just the beginning of at least a year long process. The pipeline goes through 17 towns in Southern NH and there will be public hearings and open houses, one of which is planned for Mid-January in Milfo