Notices

  • PLANNING BOARD

    Notice is hereby given that the Eaton Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, April 17, 2024 at 6:15 pm at the Town Hall, 83 Brownfield Road, to consider the following:

    • A proposal by The Town of Eaton to trim and remove trees along two designated Scenic Roads pursuant to RSA 231:158. Scenic Roads affected by this proposal include all or parts of the Potter Road from Route 153 to the Conway town line and all or parts of the Foss Mountain Road.
    • A proposal by Eversource Energy to trim and remove trees along two designated Scenic Roads pursuant to RSA 231:158. Scenic Roads affected by this proposal include all or parts of the Potter Road from Route 153 to the Conway town line and all or parts of the Stewart Road from the Snowvillage Inn to its junction with the Foss Mountain Road, from there along the Foss Mountain Road to its junction with the Willis Bean Road and from there along the Willis Bean Road to its junction with the Peddlers End Road.
  • ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

    Public Hearings will be held on Monday, April 15, 2024 beginning at 6:10 pm at the Town Hall to consider the following:

    • Request from Kenneth and Marguerite Dean for a Variance to Article V, Section C.4 (b) at property located at 276 Cove Road (R01-036). Applicant seeks relief from the minimum septic tank setback.

    The meeting may be recessed for further deliberations.

  • FIRE PERMITS

    Fire permits are required and may be obtained from Dick Fortin (447-2391) or Larry Nash (447-2814).

    Eaton’s Fire Danger Rating Area (FDRA) Designation is “2”

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  • FIREWORKS

    Please be advised that fireworks are NOT PERMITTED on Town-owned lands

  • LAND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROJECTS

    Your construction project may require one or more permits from the NH Department of Environmental Services in addition to local permits. For projects that do not require a permit, there may be guidelines that you must follow during construction. It is the responsibility of the property owner and contractor to understand all local, state and federal laws for any given project. This Got Permits? chart is intended to include the most common building project types.