New Residents - Welcome to Chester!
The Town Clerk’s office is the first stop for all new residents. If you have moved to Chester from out of state and would like to register your car, you will need the Title and a copy of your closing papers to show where you have moved. Please visit the Town Clerk listing for more information regarding Taxes, DMV, Marriage Licenses and Pet Licenses.
Helpful Information Regarding Your Community
Town Hall Mailing Address:
84 Chester Street, Chester, NH 03036
Located on the right hand side of Route 121 as you head North towards the Town of Auburn.
Taxes are due July 1 and December 1.
County Name: Rockingham
House of Representative District 79
Senate District 17
Senator Judd Gregg:
393 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-2903
Phone: (202) 224-3324
Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter
1508 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: (202) 225-5456
We are a recycling community and we urge you to participate as much as possible. The Transfer Station is located on Route 102, Raymond Road as you head towards the Town of Raymond. Hours: Saturday 7:00am – 2:00pm, Wednesday 6:00pm – 8:00pm. This is a drop off facility. Type of collection: cardboard, glass jars, bottles, magazines, metal cans, mixed paper, newspapers (no glossy inserts), phonebooks (remove covers), plastic (# 1 through #7), scrap metal, used motor oil, and yard waste.
There is also a local Trash Removal Services Company:
A.B.I. Waste Removal – Andrew Balch, Inc. (603) 625-8012. Weekly residential waste removal and recycling. Special jobs by appointment. Please call for a complete list of trash removal services. PO Box 246, Auburn, NH 03032.
Video: A Drive Around Chester NH
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|Chester American Legion Post 108||http://chesterlegion108.webs.com/|
|Eagle Tribune Newspaper||http://www.EagleTribune.com|
|Tri-Town Times Newspaper||http://www.nutpub.net|
|CTV-21 Public Access
|WMUR Channel 9 News||http://www.wmur.com|
|WNDS TV 50 News||http://www.wnds.com|
|New Hampshire Almanac||http://www.state.nh.us/nhinfo/|
|Southeast Watershed Alliance||http://www.southeastwatershedalliance.org/|
|Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission||http://www.snhpc.org|
|Large List of New Hampshire Schools||http://elsurfo.com/school/nh.htm|
|Large List of Things to Do in New Hampshire||http://elsurfo.com/todo/nh.htm|
|NH Outdoors – complete online guide||http://www.nhoutdoors.com/|
|New Hampshire Portal to
|http://www.nh.gov – Main Page|
|1-800-343-6432, 579 Tenney Mt. Hwy., Plymouth, NH03264, Billing: 1-800-698-2007www.nhec.coop|
|Public Service of
|1-800-662-7764, 24 hours|
|Granite State Telephone||1-800-559-9900, 600 South Stark Hwy, S.Weare 03281
9:00am – 4:30pm
|Parkland Medical Center||603-432-1500|
|Catholic Medical Center||603-668-3545|
|Chester Emergency – 911||Dial 911|
Parents and Children Safety Awareness Links
|Find A Family Resource Center In Your Area||http://www.wmur.com|
|Family Resource Centers around New Hampshire are providing families with educational programs and support services, which enhance their ability to raise healthy children in caring homes.|
|National Sex Offender Registry||http://www.familywatchdog.us/|
|Protect your family and community. Enter an address to view a map of registered sex offenders near you.|
|Sexual Assault Support Service||1 (888) 747-7070
Indicators of Sexual Abuse
|24 hour Hotline. exual Assault Support Services is dedicated to supporting victims/survivors in their effort to heal from the trauma of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse, while striving to prevent the occurrence of sexual violence in local communities and in society at large. Portsmouth, NH office.|
|National Center for Missing & Exploited Children||http://www.missingkids.com/|
|Publications: Straightforward safety tips and guidelines for parents to consider when talking to their children about personal safety along with recommendations to better safeguard homes and surroundings.|
|The Safe Side:
Stranger Safety Video
|Stranger Safety DVD. The Safe Side is dedicated to making kids safer. Founded by John Walsh and Julie Clark.|
|Locate Quality Child Care||http://www.childcareaware.org/en/|
|The Bureau of Child Care Licensing (BCCL)||http://childcaresearch.dhhs.nh.gov/|
|NOTE: please be aware that the BCCL site is NOT always promptly updated. It may list information or violations that were addressed by a provider but the site does not reflect the corrections.|
|SERESC – an educational consortium where educators, administrators, business professionals, and community members exchange ideas, solve problems and gain new skills||http://www.seresc.net
Community Alliance for Teen Safety: (603) 434-5251
Community Alliance for Teen Safety (CATS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) founded in 1996. Our mission is to promote safe habits for all youth by increasing awareness of high-risk behaviors, encouraging healthy choices, and fostering community alliances in Chester, Derry, and Hampstead. Our website offers a comprehensive resource guide organized by topics and we publish a monthly electronic newsletter.
41 Birch Street
Derry, NH 03038
ServiceLink Resource Center
ServiceLink is a statewide network assisting seniors, disabled adults and family caregivers. We can assist them in accessing the resources that will enable them to remain independent in their community. In addition to helping them connect with available resources, the ServiceLink Resource Centers are the entry point for New Hampshire’s Home and Community Based Care Program, and we are the state’s SHIP program which counsels people about Medicare and other health insurances. Our services are free and confidential. There are no financial eligibility guidelines to access our services. Please contact us if you need additional information. Our statewide toll free number is 866-634-9412. Or you can call the Salem office directly at 893-9769.The ServiceLink Resource Center of Rockingham County’s website can be found using the following link. www.rockinghamservicelink.com
Community Caregivers of Greater Derry
Providing support and assistance to the elderly and disabled of Derry, Londonderry, Chester, Hampstead, Sandown, and Windham so that they might maintain independence in their home and community environments.
58 East Broadway
Derry, New Hampshire 03038-2404