Milford Town Hall will be Closed Monday May 29th in Observance of Memorial Day.
The Town of Milford has installed four LED streetlights, they are located on Union Street between Lincoln and George Streets. We would like input from residents on which is the prefered color temperature of the street lights. The following link will take you to the Street Light Survey.
EFFECTIVE: MAY 1 – OCTOBER 1, ANNUALLY-
This mandatory program is a means to help manage our water distribution system. Withdrawing water from the Town’s aquifer in a controlled manner allows us to protect against seasonal fluctuation and ensure there is available water for; everyday needs, lawn watering and fire protection. The program is as follows:
Starting Monday, April 10th, Mill Street will be closed for approximately six weeks. Maxymillian Technologies will be completing the remaining clean-up of the site and materials followed by the top pavement.
2017 Boat registrations will be available in the Town Clerk's Office
Just bring in your photo identification and prior years registration (if you have it) and we can get the paperwork out of the way so you will be ready to put your boat in the water when the ice melts. No waiting for your registration to get mailed back to you. Get it done early and conveniently at the Town Clerk's Office.
**Please make checks payable to Town of Milford**
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.
While our crews are always watching for road issues (i.e., pot holes, road debris, signs etc.) we don’t always find them all. Please help us catch the ones we have missed. Report
Chronology of the BROX Community Lands – 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.