Welcome to the town of Freedom, New Hampshire

Est. 1832

News & Announcements

TRANSFER STATION NOTICE
The Transfer Station will be closed for maintenance on Wednesday, July 10, Thursday, July 11 and Friday, July 12th.                          We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause and appreciate your patience.
The Transfer Station will be open on Thursday, July 4th.

Alternates for Planning Board

The Freedom Planning Board is looking for volunteers to serve as alternates on the board.  In order to learn about the zoning ordinance and the Planning Board’s work, alternates should be willing to attend meetings regularly.
Please call Anne Cunningham at 539-4924 with any questions.


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Transportation and Disposal of
Municipal Solid Waste

 The Town of Freedom is seeking proposals from qualified Vendors
to provide transportation, disposal, and recycling services.

RFP packets are available at the Town Office
Monday-Thursday 8am-3pm at 33 Old Portland Road, Freedom, NH
or 603-539-6323.   Proposals will be accepted until noon on Monday,
August 19, 2019 and will be opened at 7pm that evening at the regular
weekly meeting of the Board of Selectmen.  The Town of Freedom
reserves the right to accept or reject any and all proposals.


Campfire permits are now obtained online.  Go to www.nhfirepermit.com to complete the application.  Please note there is a $3.00 fee and renters must obtain written permission from the property owner.  Brush permits are not available online.

The Town of Freedom Tax Collector is seeking an individual to fill the
position of part time Deputy Tax Collector.

Applicants must be residents of Freedom and willing to work varied hours.

No phone calls -please send resume to
P.O. Box 458 Freedom, NH  03836.


Our Town

Town of FreedomIn between the Lakes Region and the White Mountain Region of NH, Freedom is a small town surrounding a little village. Take a walk through the village on a Saturday evening and you’ll encounter few cars, but enjoy the white picket fences, well-kept homes and large barns that hint of the towns history.

Freedom? In 1831 the village of North Effingham voted to secede from Effingham, and in 1832, the new town celebrated its independence by changing its name to “Freedom“.

For a tangible taste of Freedom history, visit The Historical Society’s charming museum where lemonade and cookies are served to visitors on summer afternoons. Members can also provide a quick sketch of the history of Freedom as seen in the houses standing along the quiet village streets.

Every year in August the community of Freedom celebrates “Old Home Week”, a New Hampshire tradition that was officially recognized by Proclamation in the New Hampshire State Legislature in 1913.

In the Village you’ll find the Town Hall, a Protestant church, Masonic Lodge and the Freedom Village Store: a non-profit, volunteer run store where you can get a cup of coffee, buy a newspaper and catch up with your neighbors. Just around the corner, the Public Library is open several days a week.

Town Office and Bandstand