The initial phase of address updates is underway to comply with the Enhanced 911 (E911) Emergency Response System Addressing. The Community Development Office is hosting two Public Input and Listening sessions on: Read more
MAS offers a variety of training courses throughout the year including CPR, First Aid, ALS, BLS, PALS, and training on specific equipment. Whether you are an individual looking for a new career in EMS, a childcare provider, a business, a sports organization or some other group seeking initial training or refresher training give us a call.
It's The Law - RSA 227-L:17(II)
Anyone who wishes to burn clean, ordinary combustibles such as leaves, brush or untreated lumber, or have a camp or cooking fire must have written permission from the landowner and a fire permit from the local forest fire warden or local fire department in the town or city where the fire will be kindled. You must be at least 18 years of age to obtain a written fire permit.
Parents and Physicians Advised Not to Use SimplyThick Food Thickening Agent for Infants.
The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) informs consumers that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an alert not to use SimplyThick, a thickening agent for the management of swallowing disorders in preterm infants. Details Here
Pre-Season Open Swim
June 13-17 4-7pm
Regular Season Open Swim June 18-August 27
More info about Keyes Pool available here
Effective April 16,2011 revisions to the Subdivision and Individual Sewage Disposal System Design Rules (Rules) were adopted. Details.
Chronology of the BROX Property – A History of Commitment by the Town
Late 1990’s: The Brox Company approached the Town in the late 1990's to see if the Town was interested in purchasing 320 acres of undeveloped property. The BROX Company provided conceptual subdivision plans for approximately 90 new homes. The Town authorized a study committee to analyze the cost/benefit of Town ownership.
Tuesday January 11, 2011
Town of Milford Website
Welcome to the new Town of Milford website. Please take some time to explore the new site. Any questions or comments should be forwarded to Michael McInerney at the email below.