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September 27 – Public Hearing Two Town Ordinances

The Board of Selectmen will hold a public hearing at 6:15 at the Town Hall on Tuesday, September 27th to discuss two town ordinances:

  1. Proposed Disorderly Residence Ordinance – New Proposal
  2. Proposed Animal Control Ordinance – Proposed Revision

Town Crier for June 25

The Pittsfield Youth Workshop Board of Directors will meet on Wed, Sept. 28 at 6:15pm at the Workshop on Park Street

Congratulations to the 2016 PMHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees – Ogden Boyd, Jr., Jeff Jones, and Wylie Mousseau.  An induction ceremony followed by a reception was held at the High School on Sat., Sept. 17.  The Hall of Fame Committee would like to encourage all to nominate past female and male athletes from PMHS.  Nomination forms can be found on the Athletic page on the school website: http://www.pittsfieldnhschools.org.

The Read, Meet & Talk bookclub will meet for an exciting book discussion on “A Man called Ove” by Fredrik Backman. The book club meets at the Pittsfield Senior Community Center Tuesday, September 27th  at 10:30. Stay for a leisurely lunch afterward.

Congratulations to Pittsfield Middle High School for receiving the Division IV Sportsmanship Banner.  This is the NHIAA’s most prestigious award and is given to the school who receives the highest sportsmanship rating for the fall, winter and spring athletic seasons.

In partnership with the U.S Department of Homeland Security and the State of New Hampshire, the Pittsfield Police Department is proudly participating in the “see something/say something” campaign.  It takes a community to protect a community.  Please report any suspicious activity to the Pittsfield Police Department, together we can keep our town safe.

The Pittsfield Youth Workshop will have Drop-In Hours Mon – Fri from 3pm – 6pm. PYW will be organizing board games on Mondays, cooking classes will start Wednesday October 5th, and on Thursdays, Arts & Crafts activities.  One day each month, the PYW computers will be shut down and we will be working together on a community service project. During these days, we ask that the youth who come to Drop-In participate fully in the activity we have planned.  For more information, contact Zach Powers or Paula Martel at 435-8272.

If you have enjoyed the beautiful hanging flower baskets around town, would you consider making a donation to help to defray some of the costs.  The flower baskets are maintained by a group of volunteers. If you would like to make a donation, please send your check payable to Hanging Flower Baskets Fund to Donna Keeley, 256 True Road, Pittsfield 03263.

Economic Development Plan

2016 Pittsfield Economic Development Plan FINAL (1.9 MiB)

Josiah Carpenter Library Monthly News ~ Sept 2016

The library will be closed on Monday, September 5th for Labor Day!
Have a safe and fun filled weekend.

Josiah Teen Book Worms Discussing “Carry On” by Rainbow Rowell on Thursday, Sept.8th   between 7-8:30 pm at the library

Preschool story hour will resume Thursdays September 8th 10:00 am – 11:00 am Join Mrs. Grainger & Ms. Rosalie for a fun filled hour of stories, crafts and a snack.
Ages 2 – 5

September 17th Mrs. Grainger visits Blueberry Express Daycare to read stories from the library from 10:00-11:00 am Read More

Police Department Promote “See Something/Say Something” Campaign

In partnership with the U.S Department of Homeland Security and the State of New Hampshire, the Pittsfield Police Department is proudly participating in the “see something/say something” campaign.  It takes a community to protect a community.  Please report any suspicious activity to the Pittsfield Police Department, together we can keep our town safe.

myPittsfield Newsletter Now Part of Town Website

The first edition of the Pittsfield Community News was sent and is now a weekly feature of pittsfieldnh.gov. Formerly the myPittsfield News, the newsletter will continue to be sent to the previous subscribers. New subscribers can sign up here. The newsletter is only for community news and will be updated to include town news in the future.

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myPittsfield.com Volunteer Content Now on pittsfieldnh.gov!

The community content located at myPittsfield.com has moved back to the town website. myPittsfield.com will now bring you to the Community Services page. If you are providing service to the citizens, operating a non-profit organization or interested in promoting an event in Pittsfield, NH, please submit your info, pictures and links to website@pittsfieldnh.gov.

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

TOPS meeting every Tuesday night at 6:30 Pm at the Barakah Center on Fairview Rd. Pittsfield NH.
For more Info call Pat 435-5333.

Senior Center

The Senior Center is located in the Pittsfield Community Center, 74 Main Street, Pittsfield, NH and serves the towns of: Barnstead, Chichester, Epsom, Loudon, and Pittsfield NH.

Any question, please call Carol Schiferle, Director at  435-8482 or E-Mail

mailto:cschiferle@bm-cap.org
RTS Poster September 2015RTS Poster Aug 2015

Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00am – 2:00 pm, Lunch:  Weekdays at 12:00 noon

Programs: Meals-on-Wheels and Door-to-Door Transportation

Senior Center Activities Newsletter: September 2016 Newsletter

Menu: September 2016 Menu