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SELECTMEN OFFICE HOURS FOR WEEK OF 9/13

MON 8-5

TUE 11-3

WED 11:30-5:30

TH 8-5

FRI CLOSED


The Danbury Board of Selectmen will hold a work session on Wednesday 9/22 at 6pm.

Danbury Town Hall

TOWN CLERK & TAX COLLECTOR SERVICES NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE


Payments can be made online with a checking account.

The Board of Selectmen meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6pm, 23 High St. Meetings are open to the public.

Selectmen's Office Hours

Monday 8-4
Tuesday 1-5
Wednesday 11:30-5:30
Thursday 8-4
Friday 8-12

Due to unforeseen cirumstances, office hours are subject to change. Please call ahead 768-3313.

Town Clerk/Tax Collector hours 768-5448

Monday 12-6
Tuesday 12-7
Wednesday 11-6
Thursday 9-3
Friday Closed
3rd Sat of Month 9-12

Board of Selectmen, Budget Committee & Planning Board Minutes Calendar

TOWN CLERK/TAX COLLECTOR WILL NOT HAVE SATURDAY HOURS THIS MONTH

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION 2021

PROPERTY TAX BILLS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE


Payments can be made online with a checking account.

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 603 768-5448

danburyclerk@comcast.net

BURN PERMITS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

***NOTICE***

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fire Warden, Merton Austin is asking that all permits be obtained through the online portal. Click the link below to be taken to the NH Online Fire Permitting site:

Online Burn Permitting System

A printer and a credit card are needed as permits must be printed and signed to be valid. The permits are $5.50 each (the fee for the payment vendor)

You must have a permit, and may obtain it online. If you can not access this system or do not wish to pay the fee, please contact Forest Fire Warden Merton Austin at (603)768-3677 or Jake Moran at (603)491-0121

Old Danbury NH

Danbury was not an original colonial grant, but was formed from part of the town of Alexandria to the north. In 1794, a group of Alexandria residents petitioned the state legislature to separate Alexandria into two towns due to the inconvenience of having a mountain divide the town, making it difficult for all the residents to gather in a single place.

The petition was granted in 1795, and the lower piece was incorporated as Danbury in that year. The name was suggested by a settler from Danbury, Connecticut. Later more land was added to Danbury from Hill and Wilmot.

In 1800 there were 165 people in Danbury, which on July 10, 1874 was transferred from Grafton County to Merrimack County. Today there are close to 1,300 people in Danbury.