Our Town

From here you can access pay-on-line options with the Town Clerk and Tax Collector -- Selectman, Planning Board and Conservation meeting times, dates and minutes -- Tax and Property Assessor information -- current news -- and much more! 

We strive to give you as much information as possible on this site.  If you see areas for improvement, please let us know.  You can call us at 603-664-2192  x102 or send us an email. 



12 Mountainview Drive

Strafford, NH  03884

PH:  603-664-2192       FAX: 603-664-7276



(Updated 10.26.2016)



With the extended drought conditions we are experiencing, we would remind residents to please restrict their usage of water.  Wells, both dug and drilled, are the water source for nearly all Strafford residents.  We hear reports of both types of wells experiencing difficulty in recent days.  We are thankful that many residents are already well aware of the situation and are voluntarily conserving water.



Immediate opening.   Must be available to work on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 AM – 1 PM and Wednesdays 4-7 PM, as needed.  Hours will vary.   Your letter of interest/resume must be received by the Board of Selectmen, Town of Strafford, PO Box 23, Center Strafford, NH 03815 or by email to administrator@strafford.nh.gov on or before Monday, November 7, 2016. Certification would be a plus.  No phone inquiries please.




Office of the Town Clerk

In accordance with New Hampshire RSA 656 VII & VIII Notice is hereby given that the Public Test of the AccuVote Tabulator, to be used at the General Election on November 8th, 2016, will be held on Wednesday, November 2nd at 3:00.

The test is located at the Town Hall and the public is invited to attend.




Supervisors of the Checklist in Strafford


Supervisors of the Strafford Checklist will be sitting at the Town Hall on Saturday, October 29, 2016, between 11-11:30am for additions and corrections to the checklist per RSA 654:27, 28. No additions or corrections shall be made to the checklist after this session, until General election day, except as provided in RSA 659:12, RSA 654:8, II.  If you are registering as a new voter, a photo ID, proof of citizenship, age and residency in Strafford needs to be provided. 


654:7, I(a)  specifies that a 17 year old may register to vote if they will be 18 on the day of the next election following registration.



Carol Cooper, Martha English, Marilyn Roderick - Supervisors 




Party changes now accepted at the Town Hall.  Please see the Town Clerk to change your party.  This notice is valid until October 29, 2016. Please see the Supervisors of the Checklist notice above. 






**Can’t make it during these hours?

College student? Serving in the Military? Disabled? Snowbird?

Vote by ABSENTEE ballot!
Application –Click Here

 Track your Absentee Ballot:http://app.sos.nh.gov  

2016 Town Meeting Minutes - Click here 

  View the results of the September 13, 2016 Primary 

State Primary results - Democratic 

State Primary results - Republican  



MONDAY - October 10, 2016 - Columbus Day 

TUESDAY - November 8, 2016 - General Election Day  

(Open for voting only) 

THURSDAY - November 24, 2016 - Thanksgiving Day 


 You can now register your snowmobiles,

OHRV's and get fishing and hunting licenses at the Strafford Town Hall!

See Judy at the Tax collectors window and she will be happy to help you, 

or call 603-664-2192 x103 if you have any questions.



Retire your used and old flags at the Strafford Town Hall.

This program is presented  by Boy Scout Troop 23 - Click here for details



The Town's assessing Agent and Assistant will be continuing the process of verifying data on properties that have sold in the past (2) years, in addition to the appraisal of all new construction for ad velorem tax purposes and to check construction that was not complete as of April 2015.  Data verification of all properties within the Town boundaries will continue to be done on a cyclical basis.  Please give them your cooperation in this process.

Please be advised that refusing entry to an assessing agent could jeopardize your right to appeal on your assessment. 


 Statistical Revaluation Update

In accordance with New Hampshire State law and with appropriations voted at the 2016 Town Meeting, Strafford has been in the process of undergoing a Statistical Revaluation of all real properties within the Town boundaries.  KRT, the firm contracted to complete this work, is nearly finished.  In early to mid-September property owners will receive a letter from KRT notifying them of their property’s current assessed value.  The letter will also outline the process to follow should owners believe their property value is inaccurate. Informal meetings to discuss property values will be held in mid to late September at the Town Hall; the letter will direct property owners how to schedule an appointment should that be desired.  The Town website, www.strafford.nh.gov, will have updated information concerning the process as it becomes available.  As always, should there be any questions about the process, please feel free to call the Town Office at 664-2192 ext 107.


2016 Statistical Revaluation

The attached information has been provided to the Town of Strafford by KRT who conducted the 2016 Statistical Revaluation.  It should be helpful in understanding how the revaluation was conducted and in assisting taxpayers in reading property tax cards.  Property tax cards are available at the Town Office, by request.  Further revaluation information is available at the Town Hall or from the KRT website. 

Click here - Pages 1-14

Click here- Pages 15-25