Welcome to the town of Freedom, New Hampshire

Est. 1832

News & Announcements

The office of the Tax Collector will be closed on Saturday, December 8. 



Tax Bill Notice

The tax bills were all mailed out on Tuesday, November 13th. If you have not received your bill yet, please contact the office of the Tax Collector at 603-539-5572.  Bills are due on December 17th.  You will be responsible for interest and penalties after that date if the invoice is not paid.



Old Portland Road Closure

Old Portland Road will be closed for 6 weeks starting Monday, October 29 from Albert Godfrey Road to Route 25 



Assessor work in progress

The assessing firm Rod B. Wood will be doing the 2018 measuring and listing of property which includes the following areas; Maps 45-52 and Maps 58-60.   This is the Loon Lake and Round Pond areas along with the village.  This also includes Contemporary Place and Liberty Village subdivisions and the Danforth Bay Campground.

The Selectmen would appreciate your consideration in allowing Mr. Wood to do the necessary work to assure you of a correct assessment.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the office Monday thru Thursday 8am until 3pm.”


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