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 Welcome to Westmoreland, New Hampshire

 

Upcoming Events:

  1. Public Hearing: Town & School Budget – Friday, Feb5, 7pm, Town Hall
  2. Presidential Primary: Tuesday, Feb 9, Town Hall, voting from 8am to 7pm.
  3. Town Elections: Tuesday, March 8 – Town Hall, voting from 11am to 7pm.
  4. Town Meeting: Wednesday, March 9, School, 7pm.
  5. School District Meeting: Friday, March 11, School, 7pm.

If you are interested in helping to count ballots following voting, please contact Moderator Bob Moore at 399-4310.

Do you need a ride to the polls?  A volunteer has offered to drive you to the Westmoreland Town Hall to vote!  Please call the Selectmen’s office at 399-4471 to make arrangements.

TOWN REPORTS

Beginning this year, Town Reports will no longer be mailed to each household. Town Reports will be available by Tuesday, March 1 at the following locations:

Town Hall – Mon 7:30am-8:30pm, Tues 8-4:30, Wed 8-4:30 &

6-8:30pm, Thurs 7:30am-4:30pm, Fri 8am-4:30pm

Library – Tuesday & Thursday 10am-7pm and Sat 9am-1pm

Jingles Christmas & Country Shop – Tues to Sat 10am-5pm,

Sunday 11am-4pm, closed Monday

Recycling Center – Wed & Sat, 8am-3:45pm

Town & School Meetings

 

If you have a neighbor who can’t get out, please drop one off to them.

 

 

Friendly Meals – February

 

Dog Crates

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EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM (ENS)  –  REVERSE 911

The Department of Safety, Division of Emergency Services and Communications has instituted a new free service that will give communities the ability to deliver important, potentially lifesaving messages to its residents.  The system will allow everyone in town or within a given geographical area to be warned of an emergency that is going on.  If there is a traffic accident or fire that could cause traffic to be diverted, flooding that has caused a road to be closed or an emergency at our school, residents can be given the information they need in time to react and protect themselves and their loved ones.

Everyone with a land-line (home phone) is already in the system.

You now have the option to register and be notified on your cell phone &/or by email.

Use this link to register:    www.nhe911.org/selfregistration

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To get on a list to receive pertinent notices, please e-mail the Selectmen’s office at townofwestmoreland@myfairpoint.net

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The first settlers came up the Connecticut River in canoes from Northfield, Massachusetts in 1741, after the original charter was granted by the Massachusetts governor in 1736. A subsequent charter was granted by King George II of England in 1752, and the town was incorporated under the name of Westmoreland in honor of an English Lord of that name. Westmoreland, while basically an agricultural community, supported many mills and other small industries during the late 1700’s and throughout the 1800’s. In 1800, the population was recorded at 2,066. Today’s population is 1,747 and includes residents of the Cheshire County facilities located in Westmoreland. Further interesting history may be found in The History and Genealogy of Westmoreland, NH published in 1976.  A copy may be purchased from the Selectmen’s Office.

Westmoreland students attend kindergarten through 8th grade at the Westmoreland School and 9th through 12th grade at Keene High School in Keene, NH

 

Downtown Westmoreland

Downtown Westmoreland