News and Announcements

NH Department of Revenue Administration Launches Property Tax Relief Program

“The NH Department of Revenue Administration announced the launch of the State’s annual Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief program and is accepting applications through June 30, 2018.  New this year, NHDRA is offering two opportunities for interested taxpayers to receive hands-on assistance in completing applications during workshops on May 22nd and June 21st at NHDRA offices in Concord.”  For more information click on the following link:   NH Dept of Revenue Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief

State Primary September 11, 2018 7:00am – 7:00pm at the Town Hall

Please see the attached “Notice to Voters” for more information regarding the September 11, 2018 State Primary and Declarations of Candidacy. 2018 State Primary notice to voters

No Political Party Changes after June 5, 2018 for the State Primary

VOTERS!  Have you checked your Party affiliation?  Registered voters cannot change their party after June 5, 2018 for the State Primary on September 11, 2018.

Check your party online: “Voter Information Look-Up” at OR  see the posted voter checklist at the town hall.

Party changes may be made by filling out a new voter registration form with the town clerk’s office during regular business hours or with the Supervisors of the Checklist when they meet Tuesday, June 5, 2018 from 7:00pm – 7:30pm at the town hall.

Citizen of the Year

It is time to make nominations for Pittsfield’s 2018 Citizen of the Year. Please let us know who you feel deserves this honor for their actions and activities benefiting our town. A panel of former Citizens of the Year will decide from the nominations submitted who will get this honor. Please send your nomination as to who and why your nominee should be honored to Citizen of the Year, P O Box 173, Pittsfield N H 03263. Nominations must be received by June 13, 2018.

2018 First Quarter Sewer Invoices Were Mailed April 28, 2018

The 2018 first quarter sewer invoices are due May 30, 2018.  For more information about receiving your invoice by e-mail and/or paying invoices online, please contact the Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s office at 435-6773 ext 15, or click on the “property tax” button under “E-Services”.

Pittsfield Housing Standards Opening

Pittsfield Housing Standards has an opening for a member of their board. This member needs to be a landlord owning a residential rental property within the town of Pittsfield who is also a legal resident and a registered voter in the town of Pittsfield. If you have any questions, please call Kim at 435-6773 ext 21.

Friendly Reminder: Dogs Need To Be Registered By May 1st.

Dogs 4 months old or older must be licensed by May 1st each year under State Law RSA 466:1

Fees : $9.00 for unaltered dogs
$6.50 for neutered/spayed dogs
$2.00 for 1st dog with an owner over 65
$20.00 for group license of five or more dogs
There are three ways to license your dog(s). For all cases we need record of the current rabies vaccination.

  • Come into the town hall and see the town clerk
  • Online by clicking on the purple “dog licensing” icon
  • By U.S. mail

In the event your dog has passed away or you no longer own your dog, please notify the town clerk by phone: 435-6773 ext 15 or by email:
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our office.

Police investigation

The Pittsfield Police Department is aware of the situation involving social media posts that were made today about our school. We are actively investigating this incident and are working directly with the Pittsfield School Administration, the students parents and the Merrimack County Attorneys Office. The student will not be allowed back to school until we have completed our investigation and the school has conducted its own administrative process. We will also have an increased police presence at the school tomorrow as a precaution and to provide a safe environment for the students and staff while we continue the investigation.

Jeffrey M. Cain
Chief of Police

Police department public notice

The Pittsfield Police Department has reached a staffing level that will not allow us to continue 24/7 police coverage, so we have been working with numerous outside agencies to maintain the 24/7 coverage and safety in our community to the best of our ability. You may see some of these outside agencies helping in our town, covering open shifts on detail. We are working diligently on this situation and will do everything we can to provide continuity of police coverage for our community while we fill our vacancies and re-staff our department.


Jeffrey M. Cain
Chief of Police

Police Employment opportunities

The Pittsfield Police Department is currently accepting applications for Full and Part-Time Police Officer Positions. Applicants must be 20 years of age or older, possess a High School Diploma or GED Equivalent, and have a valid Drivers License. College degree or military experience preferred. Applicants will be required to pass a written exam, medical exam, physical fitness test, oral board, extensive background investigation, polygraph test, and psychological evaluation. Competitive salary and benefit packages. Applications can be obtained on-line at or at the police station. For further information or questions please contact Sgt. Joseph DiGeorge at 603-435-7535 Ext 12.

Employment Application

Pittsfield Police Department
59 Main St
Pittsfield, NH 03263