Town Office – This is the official Nelson Town Government Website
250th Celebration of Nelson
A Sense of Place
Click Below to view schedule of events
Nelson Dog Owners:
We currently have 75 dogs that remain unlicensed for 2017, ALL DOGS MUST BE LICENSED ANNUALLY BY APRIL 30th. Beginning June 1st, late fees will be assessed and after June 20th, a $25.00 civil forfeiture fine will be issued to owners for each unlicensed dog. Please………..come in and license your dogs!!
Annual Town Meeting – Voting Tuesday March 14, 2017 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM Nelson Town Hall
Town and School Election Results Click below
Annual Town Meeting – Business Meeting Saturday March 18, 2017 10:00 AM Nelson Town Hall
Click below for 2017 Town Warrant or 2017 Nelson Town Budget
Nelson School Warrant and Budget
Please be advised that a number of residents have received Scam telephone calls. Callers are identifying themselves as representatives of the IRS. In recent weeks other callers have identified themselves as Eversourse representatives. All have demanded money. THESE ARE SCAMS! Hang up and alert your police department. Click to see more info from the Nelson Police Department scam-alert
2017 Town Elections will be held March 14, 2017
The Business Meeting will be held on Saturday March 18, 2017 at 10:00 AM
Click below to view open Town Positions
Watch video for visually impaired voters –
Nelson Zoning Ordinances
Located below in View and Print section
April 19, 2016 The Town Wide “Reval” began with a Public Meeting and presentations from NH DRA and Avitar Associates outlining the process to be completed by the end of 2016.
Notice for Nelson Dog Owners
Click below to view 2016 Warrant, and MS-636
Nelson’s Historic Ballot Box
Please review the New Terms for Town Hall Rental
See Contract Below
***On May 12, 2015 the Town of Nelson proudly received the 2015 Preservation Merit Award for Revitalization of the Nelson Town Hall. This award was presented by the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance at their Annual Preservation Achievement Awards ceremony held in Concord. The NH Preservation Alliance also recognized the following project partners: Richard Monahon,Architect, Paul Hemmerich, Architect, Ingram Construction Corp., John Waitt Design & Drafting LLC, Trexler Engineering, and Monadnock Folklore Society. Representing the Town at the ceremony: David Upton, Chair of the Select Board, Edie Drinkwater, Administrative Assistant, Russell Thomas, Project Clerk of the Works, Sandy MacKenzie, Chair, Fund Raising Committee, Bert Wingerson, Town Archivist, and Accepting the award, Lisa Sieverts, Town Buildings Committee Recording Secretary. Check out the News and Events at : http://www.nhpreservation.org
View and Print:
The Town Offices are located in the Old Brick Schoolhouse, in the center of the Village. This was active as a school until 1946. It has been retrofitted to accommodate the modern day needs of small town government, but still holds considerable charm within. The Selectmen, Town Clerk, and Town Administrator all conduct their business here, as do other town boards unless a public hearing requires the larger space of the Town Hall next door.
Please click on the appropriate links to the right for more information about individual town boards.
Edie Drinkwater is the town’s executive administrative assistant. She can answer any questions you might have about how the town office works, and she can provide information about building permits, and other items requiring town interaction or approval.
Town of Nelson Tax Maps
Hover, then click on map link to open