This official website of the Town of Ashland, New Hampshire, provides information about the town government and the community for residents and visitors.
Ashland is a picturesque rural community, gateway to the Lakes Region and on the southern edge of the White Mountain National Forest. The community of Ashland is bordered on the west by the Pemigewasset River and on the east by Little Squam Lake. Ashland offers historical places, outdoor recreational opportunities, local artists and businesses to visit, as well as dining, shopping, and other services.
News and Notices
Special Open House
to Wish Chief Randall
the Best on His Retirement
June 20 (Thursday) — Booster Club — 5 to 8 PM
Summer Meeting Locations — Selectboard, Planning Board & Zoning Board meetings in June, July & August will be in the Water & Sewer Conference Room, at the Utility Building, 6 Collins Street.
Town Clerk / Tax Collector Hours
- June, July, August — Fridays — Open 7:30 to 11 AM
Ashland 4th of July Events — Master Schedule
- July 3: variety of events on the ball field, beginning at 4:30 pm. Fireworks at 9:30 pm.
- July 4: Pancake breakfast (7-10 am). Parade line-up at 8 am. Parade begins at 10 am.
- Parade Rules Invitation to Antique Cars
Community Garden Plot Sign-Up is happening now!! Sign-up lists to reserve a plot are at the Town Library and the Town Hall. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days — August 4 in Littleton and September 28 in Plymouth. FREE TO ASHLAND RESIDENTS. Read flyer here for location, times and list of items that can be collected.
REAL ID — The DMV has added hours on selected Saturdays at selected locations for obtaining the new, federally compliant driver license. Read this Press Release for additional information.
Sidewalk Replacement for Main Street (Gordon to West St.) is in a design phase and will be updated periodically at BOS meetings. An updated design presented May 21 showed suggested changes near West Street and Gordon Street, suggested addition of locust and sugar maple trees, and the removal of bump outs near Gordon Street. A previous design was presented on May 7. Large-scale versions of the engineering design are available for viewing upstairs in the Town Hall.
Japanese Knotweed, Best Management Practices here