News and Announcements



The 2019 Second Quarter Sewer Bills Were Mailed August 20, 2019

The 2019 second quarter sewer bills are due September 20, 2019.  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”.

The Pittsfield Historical Society Hosting “Cruising New Hampshire” 7:00pm Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 13 Elm Street

Michael Bruno, author of Cruising New Hampshire History will be presenting “A Guide to New Hampshire’s Roadside Historical Markers” at 7:00pm Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at the Pittsfield Historical Society building located at 13 Elm Street.    This event is hosted by the Pittsfield Historical Society and is free and open to the public.

F B Argue Recreation Area (Town Pool) Closing for the Season on Friday, August 23, 2019 at 4:00PM

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.

Below is information regarding metering outside water usage.  The complete “Sanitary Sewer and Waste Water Treatment Facility Rules and Regulations and Conditions of Service” can be found under the “Documents” tab – “Ordinances, Policies & Regulations”.… 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

Volunteers Wanted for Committee and Commission Vacancies

There are opportunities to volunteer for the following committees and commissions.  If interested, please fill out the attached application or pick up an application from the town hall.  Please return the completed application to the Selectmen’s Office and it will be distributed to the appropriate appointing authority.

Conservation Commission

Parks & Recreation Commission

Planning Board – alternate positions

Zoning Board of Adjustment – alternate positions

appointment application

SB volunteer policy

Budget Committee Members Wanted

The town is looking for volunteers to serve on the Budget Committee. There is currently one 1 year position and 3 year positions open.  If you are interested, please fill out a committee appointment application (link below or may be picked up from the Selectmen’s Office) and return it to the Selectmen’s Office at the Town Hall.

appointment application

SB volunteer policy

DMV Locations Adding Saturday Hours For Real ID Transactions

Certain DMV locations will be open from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. the second Saturday of each month for REAL ID transactions only.

NH DMV SATURDAY OPENINGS

https://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/dmv/driver-licensing/real-id/index.htm

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 6:00 PM 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

Who are our Legislators?

Pittsfield Legislators

NH Congressional Delegation

  • House of Representatives District 2

New Hampshire General Court

  • House of Representatives Districts 21,29
  • Senate District 17

Executive Council

  • District 4

Merrimack County