Milford Oval Area Parking

DIRECTIONS TO 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.

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Ambulance Overview

Milford Ambulance is proud to serve the community of Milford, NH with two ambulances providing Advanced Life Support. The service has career, part-time and volunteer staff who are alltrained, certified and licensed to the same high standards. Career staff and part-time staff provide coverage from 6 AM until 6 PM from Monday to Saturday. The volunteer staff of over 30 personnel provides coverage from 6 PM until 6 AM and all day on Sundays.

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Facilities

Construction of Milford Ambulance's new facility began on April 22, 2013. The project was completed November 25, 2013 per schedule and on budget. Milford Ambulance moved in and began operating out of the new station on December 2, 2013.The facility is 8,200 square feet and cost $1.7 million.

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Nixle

The Milford Fire Department is now using NIXLE

NIXLE is a community information service provider built exclusively to provide secure and reliable communications. Its authenticated service connects city agencies to residents in real time, delivering information to residents of geographically targeted areas and neighborhoods. Information is available over cell phones, by text message, by email, and over the web.

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Tax Maps

2013 Tax Maps

The Town of Milford moved to a new Tax Map format in 2009 to allow for a uniform scale across all the maps of 1" = 300'.  The Map and Lot numbers of individual lots have not changed. All maps are in PDF form. For a CD of the Tax Maps please contact the Assessing Department.

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Safety Tips

Milford Police Department

The Milford Police Department is concerned with the safety and welfare of all citizens of Milford . In an effort to assure the safety of everyone living in our community we offer these tips and reminders:

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Granite Industry

PETER BURNS AND THE MILFORD GRANITE INDUSTRY

After Millford's incorporation in 1794 it had been known that there were vast ledges or quarries of siliceous rock such as granite within the town.  The exact date is not known of when granite was first quarried in Millford but it was sometime around 1810 to as late as 1833 when the first set of steps 16 feet x 5 feet x 7 inches was hauled by ox cart some fifteen miles to Nashua  and according to the Granite Town History was probably intended for use at a church.

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