Welcome to Washington

Washington, New Hampshire is a scenic small town in southwestern New Hampshire, with a scattered population of about 1,100. (It is not near Mt. Washington, the state’s highest mountain, which is located 100 miles north among the White Mountains.) Washington was settled in 1768 and on December 13, 1776 was incorporated as a town, taking the name of a soon-to-be-famous southern general. Washington has always been a very rural place, and the landscape is hilly, rugged, rocky, forested -- and lovely.

Should I call 911? Information to help you decide »

From Chief Atkins of the Washington Fire and Rescue Department: The state of New Hampshire Division of Fire Standards...

Planet Aid Boxes at the Transfer Station are removed for now, please hold your clothing donations. »

Dear Planet Aid donors and supporters, Small businesses and non-profits are being hit especially hard during this time...

Changes to the Recycling policy »

March 30, 2020    Please Note:Changes to the Recycling policy:

Selectmen's Advisory for Non-residents and Residents returning from out of State »

Monday, March 30, 2020.A message from the Washington Board of Selectmen to non-resident home...

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