News and Announcements



Pittsfield Downtown First Impressions Report Available Online

The Pittsfield First Impressions Steering Committee would like to thank all the citizens that attended the forum and invite everyone to a follow-up meeting on November 15 at 6:30 at the Town Hall. 29 people met to discuss the findings of the report  First Impressions Pittsfield Report and participated in discussions on key opportunity areas for improvement: Identity and Branding, Infrastructure, Business Diversity, Activities and Events, and Web Presence. … Read More

Information About Emerald Ash Borer

Attached are links to current information about emerald ash borer in New Hampshire including: risks,  preparedness plans and treating high-value landscape ash trees, disposal of infested material, movement of firewood, and best management practices.

Letter to municipalities

Ash treatment guide 10012018

Disposal of EAB generated waste

Ash materials from NH and VT to ME

Best Management Practices for EAB

This information, and more, is also available on NHBugs.org, which is the multi-agency cooperative website for forest pest information in New Hampshire. … Read More

The 2018 Third Quarter Sewer Bills Were Mailed October 18, 2018

The 2018 third quarter sewer bills are due November 19, 2018.  For more information about receiving  invoice notification by e-mail and/or paying invoices online, please contact the Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s office at 435-6773 ext 15, eanthony@pittsfieldnh.gov, or click on the “property tax” button under “E-Services”.… Read More

Supervisors of the Checklist in Session Monday, October 29, 2018 6:00PM – 6:30PM

Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session on Monday, October 29th at the Town Hall from 6:00pm – 6:30pm.  We will be making corrections and registering new voters for the November 6, 2018 State General Election.  This will be the last day to register to vote or make any corrections until election day.… Read More

Presentation on Vaping and E-Cigarettes Tuesday, November 27, 2018 7:00PM PMHS Lecture Hall

Pittsfield Middle High School FACS and Health teacher Mr. James Cobern is hosting a presentation for parents and community members regarding vaping and the use of  e-cigarettes.   The organization “Breathe NH” will lead the presentation in the middle high school lecture hall on Tuesday, November 27th at 7:00pm.… Read More

State General Election November 6, 2018 7:00am – 7:00pm at the Town Hall

The application for an absentee ballot for the State General Election can be downloaded by clicking on the link below, or may be obtained  at the town clerk’s office.  REMINDER:  Completed absentee ballots must be returned either by the Postal Service or recognized courier service, or hand delivered in person to the town clerk or deputy clerk only.… Read More

Comedy Fundraiser

It is that time of year again!!  This years comedy show fundraiser campaign is underway!!!  It is scheduled to be on Friday Nov 9th @7pm @ Pittsfield Middle School Gym doors will open at 6:00 PM.  Tickets are 10.00 each,  you may obtain tickets by calling 435-7535 or you may receive a phone call on behalf of the Pittsfield Police Association asking for a donation! … Read More

PUBLIC NOTICE – REVIEW OF PITTSFIELD’S BOUNDARIES

Town boundaries are required to be walked every seven years, with a record of the perambulations to be filed with the Secretary of State.  Pittsfield has six boundaries to keep record of; Barnstead, Strafford, Northwood, Epsom, Chichester, & Loudon.  The Board of Selectmen have initiated this statutory requirement with our neighbors and are starting with the town of Loudon on Thursday, September 13th.… Read More

Metering Outside Water Usage

Sewer is billed four times a year.  Usage is currently calculated at 0.076 per cubic foot of water consumption, as provided by Pennichuck Water Works, plus an $8.00 administrative flat fee per dwelling unit.  Any questions regarding your water usage should be directed to Pennichuck at (800)553-5191.… Read More

There is a new Police Chief in town!

Please join us in welcoming Chief Joseph Collins as the new Chief of Police.  We are very fortunate to have him at the department and we look forward to working with him in the years to come.  If you have not met him yet please feel free to drop in Monday-Thursday up until 4 pm to say hello!… Read More