Notices

  • TOWN HALL MASK MANDATE

    Due to the concerning recent increase in Covid-19 in our area, Eaton Town Hall will resume requiring that masks be worn whenever inside the Town Hall effective September 7, 2021.

    By order of the Selectmen

  • PLANNING BOARD PUBLIC NOTICE

    The Planning Board will hold a work session on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 beginning at 3 pm to work on proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendments.

    The Planning Board will hold Public Hearings on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 beginning at 6:15 pm at the Town Hall to consider: Steep Slope Development application from Matthew and Tucker Watson (continued) and Subdivision application from Jeffrey Hertel (continued). The Public Hearings may be recessed for further deliberations.

  • POTTER ROAD CLOSED

    Potter Road in Eaton from Route 153 to Greeley Road will be closed from July 12th through November 15, 2021 for bridge construction.

  • HAZARD MITIGATION TEAM MEETING SCHEDULE

    Eaton’s Hazard Mitigation Team and Board of Selectmen will be meeting for the purpose of reviewing and updating the Town’s Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Team will meet using Zoom on the following dates:

    • Wednesday, November 17 @ 9:00 am

    If you wish to join these meetings, please contact Town Hall at 447-2840.

  • 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”

    To get the daily fire danger rating, click here

    To get more information on fire danger or to subscribe to the Daily Fire Weather emails, click here

  • FIREWORKS

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

  • REGULATION OF TOWN LAND USE

    The Board of Selectmen have adopted a new ordinance regulating the use of Town Lands. For the full Ordinance, click here

  • 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.