The Forest Advisory Committee as well as the Freedom Aquatic Invasive Species Committee are desperately seeking members to join their board.  Information about each committee and their meeting dates/times can be found on the town website under the Boards/Committees tab or attend their next meeting!

FAISC – 4/11 @ 7pm

FAC – 4/16 @ 6:30pm




Please be advised that on February 28, 2024, the Town of Freedom

will post all Town roads with the exception of the Ossipee Lake Road

from International Paper’s entrance to the Madison Town Line.

All postings will be set at a 6-Ton road limit. For additional information please call the Highway Garage at 539-6463.

Please visit the Town office Advisory Committee located under the Board/Committees tab for the latest information regarding renovation vs. build a new office.

Please use the link below to view the Zoning Ordinance Changes to be voted on the 2024 Warrant

Zoning Ordinance Changes

Please see the link below to the Presentation on January 11, 2024 showing the proposed New build and the Proposed Renovation of the current Town Office.  Included at the end of the presentation is the final cost comparison.  Earlier presentations and information can be found on the Town Office Advisory Committee section of the Website.

January 11, 2024 Presentation

Transfer Station Permits can now be purchased for the 24/25 season. Please visit the Transfer Station or Town Office to purchase. Permits are $20 for the first vehicle and $5 for additional vehicles.

Town of Freedom


Pursuant to the provisions of RSA 41:8, 41:11, 47:17, and any other applicable Revised Statutes Annotated, the following Board of Selectmen of the Town of Freedom hereby ordain as follows:

Parking Ban – In Effect from November 15 to May 1

From November 15th to May 1st of each year, no person shall park any motor vehicle on any public highway at any time in such a manner as to impede snow plowing, snow removal or road surface treatment operations, or emergency vehicle and/or equipment access.

Casella would like to help our town learn how to recycle better and help the environment!  Please watch the videos at the link below!

Recycle Better

The Carroll County Communication District is asking for your help in compiling more accurate data of internet service. If you could click this link and test your internet speeds. This will be used to corroborate existing information shown on current public maps. The data is collect anonymously. By submitting your response you will be helping us improve broadband mapping in NH. Thank you!

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