PUBLIC NOTICES:

2019 Bristol Town Meeting Video

Video on Select Board page (click here)

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2019 Town Meeting Information

The first session of 2019 Town Meeting is March 12, 8am-7pm, at the Old Town Hall, 45 Summer Street, for voting on Warrant Articles 1-10.

The second session of Town Meeting is March 16, 9am, at Newfound Regional High School, 150 Newfound Road, for voting on Warrant Articles 11-23, including the operating budget.

The 2019 Budget and Financial Trends document includes highlights of the proposed 2019 operating budget (not including the water & sewer funds), historical data of the operating budget (not including the water & sewer funds), the full operating budget, revenue report, Town Meeting Warrant, tax rate impact of the Warrant, tax rate comparison, tax rate history, net appropriation history, and assessed valuation history. Paper copies of this document can also be found at the Town Office.

Documents

Town of Bristol - 2019 Annual Town Meeting Warrant

2019 Proposed Zoning Amendments

2019 Bristol Candidates Forum Video

MS-737

2019 Budget and Financial Trends

2018 Bristol Town Report

Sewer to the Lake Warrant - Handout

Sewer to the Lake Warrant - Slides

Informational Meeting regarding Sewer Lines to the lake - Pt1

Informational Meeting regarding Sewer Lines to the lake - Pt2

Preliminary Engineering Report

Environmental Review

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Bristol, New Hampshire, incorporated in 1819, is a beautiful New England town that encompasses the southern portion of Newfound Lake, the fifth largest lake in the State.  Bristol is located just twenty five miles northwest of Concord, New Hampshire, New Hampshire's capital. Bristol offers all the benefits of small town living, remaining close to major recreational attractions and business centers.  The Town of Bristol has a year round population of approximately 3,300 and a seasonal summer population of approximately 6,500 inhabitants.  Town employees, those involved in local government and all of the many volunteers who give so generously of their time are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our residents, businesses, and visitors.  We welcome you to our Town website!

Bristol has come a long way in 10 years and has a lot of improvements still to come! Check out the presentation that Select Board Chair Rick Alpers, Historic District Commission Member Dorcas Gordon and Town Administrator Nik Coates have made to tell the Story of Bristol Reborn. Stay tuned for an ucoming presentation in the community, too.

THE STORY OF BRISTOL REBORN

Check out this article by UNH Extension on Bristol

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EVENTS

BICENTENNIAL COMMITTEE

COMMUNITY EVENTS COMMITTEE

COMMUNITY EVENTS CALENDAR

COMMUNITY EVENTS BROCHURE PAGE 1

COMMUNITY EVENTS BROCHURE PAGE 2

FIREWORKS COMMITTEE

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TOWN OFFICE CLOSINGS (Holiday Schedule)

TV Schedule

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Bristol Mapping Information

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