The official source for municipal news and information for the Town of Goshen, New Hampshire.
Documents, agendas, etc. can be found under the department tab at the top of the homepage and then by clicking on the relevant department. Forms can be found under the forms tab on the homepage. Each department page contains relevant regulations and guidance that will not be found on the forms page. Please check both the forms page and the departmental page to ensure you have all the necessary information.
IMPORTANT REMINDERS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
UPCOMING MEETINGS AND AGENDAS: All meetings have been cancelled until after May 4th.
PUBLIC NOTICE GOSHEN SCHOOL DISTRICT SAU #102:
The Goshen School District, SAU #102 School Board Meeting, April 6, 2020, 6:00 PM
will be held remotely via Zoom. For more information click HERE.
Please note: Goshen School District information may be found on the SAU#102 page.
The town of Goshen, a quintessential New England town, is nestled in the foothills of Mount Sunapee in Sullivan County. It is comprised of Mill Village and Goshen Four Corners. According to information furnished by the State of New Hampshire Community Profiles, this area was first settled in 1768 when it was part of Saville. The town was incorporated in 1791 when the southern portion of Wendell, what is now Sunapee, was combined with territory taken from Fishersfield (Newbury), Lempster, Unity, and Newport to form a new town. It was probably named Goshen because many residents had relatives in Goshen, Connecticut, and had served in a Revolutionary regiment with soldiers from that same town. One of the state's best-kept secrets, Gunnison Lake, fondly called "The Goshen Ocean" by local residents, is a tranquil spot for canoeing and bird-watching. For a pleasant walk, take the Ruth LeClair Memorial Trail, a three-mile loop around the lake.
Goshen Town Hall
54 Mill Village Rd. North
Goshen, New Hampshire 03752
Tel: (603) 863-5655 Town Clerk's Office
(603) 863-5080 Selectmen's Office
Fax: (603) 863-6139
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