Goshen Supervisors of the Checklist will meet Saturday March 4, 2023 from 10:00am to 10:30am to accept voter registrations.
No additions or corrections shall be made to the checklist after this session, until election day on March 14, 2023, except as provided in rsa 654:36, 37, 44
Trustees of the Trust Funds Public Meeting: Meeting Notice 03.21.23
Important upcoming dates for 2023
Jan. 25-Feb 3 – Filing period for town offices
Feb. 6 – Last day for petitioned warrant articles for town meeting
Mar. 4 – Annual school meeting 10:00 am @ Goshen town hall
Mar. 14 – Town & school election day voting 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Mar. 18 – Annual town meeting @ 6:30 pm
Goshen Town Office Filing Information
Attention – Town of Goshen Residents: Transfer Station Notice & 2022 Transfer Station Holiday Hours
Attention – The February 16th meeting has been CANCELED. The next PB meeting will be on March 2nd at 7:00 p.m. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Save the Date-Claremont Food Distribution March 2023
Household Hazardous Waste 2022 Collection
Fri, July 15 —Lebanon High School, 195 Hanover Street (off Rt 120)
Sat, August 6—New London Highway Garage, 184 South Pleasant
TIME CHANGE in New London—NOW Noon—3:00 PM
Sat, October 1—Lebanon High School, 195 Hanover Street
Household Hazardous Waste 2022 Collection PDF
Town of Goshen Mapping System Link
Town of Goshen Budget Committee: Notice of Vacancy
Welcome to Goshen, New Hampshire
Goshen, NH (incorp. in 1791) is located on the backside of Mount Sunapee. The South Branch of the Sugar River winds through our classic small town New England village, known as Mill Village. With a population of approximately 800, our community is governed by Town Meeting, with an elected 3 member Selectboard.
The website is the official source for municipal news and information for the Town of Goshen, New Hampshire.
The town of Goshen, a quintessential New England town, is nestled in the foothills of Mount Sunapee in Sullivan County.
It is comprised of Mill Village and Goshen Four Corners. According to information furnished by the State of New Hampshire Community Profiles, this area was first settled in 1768 when it was part of Saville.