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​     Welcome to the website for the town of Benton, New Hampshire. We are located in the "North Country" in the White Mountains about 60 miles south of Canada.
     Benton is a small rural village  which is bisected by the White Mountain National Forest. We have  myriads of hiking trails and ponds as well as some of the most beautiful fall foliage in the state.​  Benton’s Select Board meets at Town Hall, 221 Coventry Rd (Rte. 116), Benton, NH at 6:30 PM on the following schedule for the next few months:           July 22nd, August 5th & 19th, September 9th & 23rd. Tax collector and town clerk office is:
     
           TEMPORARILY CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Town Hall, 221 Coventry Rd, Benton, NH

Select Board Meeting:
July 22, 2024  6:30 PM

Benton Planning Board, Public Hearing:
August 19, 2024, 5:30 PM
Notice of Meeting and Public Hearing on Subdivision Proposal

August 19, 2024, 5:30 PM at Benton Town Hall

Notice is hereby provided pursuant to RSA 674 of a meeting and public hearing of the Benton Planning Board on August 19, 2024, to accept the minor subdivision application of Scott and Diana Roden for subdividing a 34.3-acre lot (Map 2, Lot 36) to create a new 3.02-acre lot at 172 Tunnel Stream Road in Benton.  After acceptance of the application, the Planning Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed subdivision. The Planning Board may act on the application after the public hearing or adjourn the meeting without further public notice.

     If you are interested in being a member of the Hazard Mitigation Plan/Community Wildlife Protection Plan Update Team or if you have comments or suggestions contact:

  sfmatz@gmail.com

      Nestled between the river towns of Woodsville and North Haverhill and the mountain towns of Easton, Landaff, Woodstock and Warren, our residents exemplify the Live Free or Die spirit, strong and fiercely independent but bound with a commitment to the community. Blustery winters, wet spring (we call it mud season here), pleasant summers and breathtakingly colorful autumn make Benton a quiet and special place.

      Most of our residents live here year-round but there are also many seasonal residents who love the serenity and beauty of the White Mountains. If you plan to make a trip to the area in the Fall make sure to include Benton while enjoying the foliage. Don't be upset if someone calls you a leaf-peeper. We look forward to seeing you,


Your Benton Select Board.

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