The Salem town seal, with its motto, "Industry, Commerce, Recreation," serves as a perfect backdrop for the community's unique assets - location, accessibility, unspoiled natural resources and a pro-business attitude. It's a combination that will serve as a guide to prosperity well into the new century.
Salem mixes small town, rural living with the advantages offered by a city. Add to that being located in "the most livable" state in the country, one of the most favorable business climates anywhere, easy access to Boston (not to mention the entire Northeast and Canada) and an educated, highly motivated and dedicated workforce and you have the ideal place to live, work, and raise a family.
But don't take our word for it - come visit and talk with those who have already discovered the benefits for themselves.
Find out information all of Salem's boards and committees including meeting times, minutes, and representatives.
2013 Town Report
2014 Proposed Budget information
Board of Selectmen Meeting Agenda April 14th, 2014
North Policy Water Main Project - see DPW
Arlington Pond Weed Treatment Notice
Kelley Library Library Trustee Vacancy
Other Boards and Committee Vacancies
Lancaster Fund Grant Application Period Open
Winter Parking Ban in effect Nov 15th through April 15th
New Town Hall Works Hours Effective June 3, 2013
Revised 2013 Winter Drawdown Schedule
**Important ** Teague Drive Bridge Closure
Recreation Spring Brochure
Mosquito Control Program Public Notice
Daily Water Level Report - See Utility Department Page
Water Consumption suggestions
2014 Calender Land Use Boards
Renew your Motor Vehicle Registration online
Renew your dog licenses online.
Link to Salem NH State Representatives
View Our Complete Events Calendar
2014-2023 Board of Selectmen Adopted Road List - 10 Year Road Program
Rte. 93 Rebuilding Project
July 1, 2013 deadline approaching for the installation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors in existing Multi-Family dwellings (3 or more units) for compliance with New Hampshire State Fire Code (Saf - C 6000 ). Call Fire Prevention Bureau for more information 890-2200.