DMV in Milford

To the Townspeople of Milford, NH: 
I am writing to bring to your attention to two agenda items from the most recent Governor and Executive Council meeting (November 8, 2017) about which you will want to be informed. The items are as follows: 


Sale of Town Owned Land

On Monday, September 25, 2017 the Milford Board of Selectmen in accordance with NH RSA 41:14-a voted to sell town owned land located at 124 Prospect Street, Milford, NH 03055. The 0.27 acre property is depicted as Map ID: 35-31 and has an assessed value of $4,800. The lot was formerly used for a water storage tank that has been removed.

The town will accept sealed bids for this property. Envelope must be properly marked as “Sealed Bid”. Bids must be submitted in person or via USPS mail and shall be addressed to:


Target shooting on Town Community Lands "BROX" is prohibited

No person shall target shoot with a firearm on the town owned property known as The Town Community Lands "BROX".

If a person is reported to be target shooting on posted town property they could receive a warning from the police. If the same person is reported to be target shooting a second time on the posted town property, they could receive a trespass notice, which notifies the individual that they are no longer allowed on the property. Should a third time occur, the person could be arrested and charged with Criminal Trespassing.


Aggressive Marketing Tactics - Certain Energy Suppliers

Eversource has created a short video on how residents and businesspeople can respond to the ongoing problem of aggressive marketing approaches by certain competitive energy suppliers. 

Some of these marketers are falsely claiming to represent Eversource in an effort to pressure a response or threaten action. Eversource never resorts to this type of communication with our customers. 


Town of Milford Parks

A reminder that Town Parks close at 10:00pm and Town Ordinance 4.04.070 all dogs in the public lands of Adams Field, Emerson Park, Kaley Park, Keyes Park and Shepard Park must be securely and physically attached to a leash or other tether no longer than 16 feet.  Dog owners, Please remember that you are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Thank you


Directions to Parking on the Milford Oval

From Nashua: take Route 101A West into Milford. Stay straight and 101A will take you right to the Oval.
From Keene: Take Route 101 East to Milford. Take the  Route 13 North exit towards Milford. Route 13 North will take you to the Oval. Route 13 North will take you to the Oval.
From Concord/Manchester: take Routes 93, 293 to Route 101 West. Take the Route 13 North exit.