Lisbon is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire. The population was 1,595, at the time of the 2010 census. The Town hosts an annual “Lilac Festival” on Memorial Day weekend. The primary settlement in town is located along U.S. Route 302 and the Ammonoosuc River in the southwestern corner of the town.
Planning Board Public Hearing – September 8th, 2016
The Town of Lisbon Planning Board will be holding a Public Hearing on the proposed amendments to the Town’s Subdivision Regulations on
Thursday, Sept. 8th, 2016 at 6:00 pm at the Railroad Station at 25 Central Street.
A copy of the proposed changes to the Subdivision Regulations can be found on the Town’s web site, or can be viewed in person prior to the meeting date at
Town Hall, 46 School Street, Lisbon NH.
Town Treasurer Needed !!!
The Board of Selectmen have regretfully had to accept the resignation of Arlene Hite as Treasurer due to a change in her residency, and the Board is looking for candidates to fill her unexpired term until Town Meeting in March of 2017. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest via USPS or e-mail to:
Town of Lisbon Treasurer Search
ATTN: Town Administrator
46 School Street
Lisbon, NH 03585
or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board will be accepting applications until the position if filled.
There is a $3,000 annual stipend, paid quarterly, for the position.
Details on the responsibilities of the Town Treasurer can be found on-line under RSA 41:26 through 41:29-a, which can be found here:
You may also contact the Town Administrator, Dan Merhalski, at 838-6376, ext. 12.
Board of Selectmen’s Response to Citizen’s Petition
The Board of Selectmen, after careful review of the issues presented in the petition presented at the meeting on July 11th, wish to address the accusations made in the petition regarding the Town Administrator.
Please find their official response below:
List of Town of Lisbon Employee Costs:
The Board of Selectmen, in an attempt to ensure transparency and in response to concerns about the costs of staff salaries, etc., have determined that it is in the Town’s best interest to disclose the total costs of Town employees, including their salaries, FICA, 457 and retirement plans, as applicable and in accordance with state law. Costs of health insurance are not included on the advice of legal counsel as they could be a violation of employees rights under HIPAA. Costs of overtime, special duties or court time are also not included.
Master Plan Community Survey Now Available!
Please look for the Town’s 2016 Community Survey to be appearing in your mailbox soon, or complete the survey below.
Please complete the survey by Friday, September 2nd, 2016.
Thank you for your assistance in this vital project.
RESIDENTIAL BURN PERMITS NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE
The Lisbon Fire Department has changed the way we issue fire permits. The residents in town are now able to get a fire permit online through the state. There will be a $3 processing fee. We are hoping this will make it much more convenient for the townspeople. To access this, please go to www.nhfirepermit.com.
For more information, please visit the Lisbon Fire Dept. Web page at http://lisbonfirenh.weebly.com/fireblog/changes-to-the-lfd.
Property maps online.
This program allows you to look at property cards, maps and print them.
Town Hall Hours
Selectmen Office: Mon – Fri 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Town Clerk/Tax Collector Office: Mon — Fri 9:00 am to 12 and 1:00pm to 4:00 pm. First Saturday of month 9:00 to 11:00
About Lisbon, NH
Governor Benning Wentworth granted a charter in 1763 under the name of Concord, opening the township which became Lisbon. No settlement was made under that charter, and in 1768 another was made under the name of Gunthwaite. At town meeting in 1824 is was voted to name the town Lisbon after Lisbon, Portugal. Read more!
46 School Street
Lisbon, NH 03585