Phone: (603) 875-2550 Text: (603) 267-4302

100 Main Street ~ PO Box 960  Alton NH  03809-0960    

Town of Alton
Employment Opportunity

Videographer: The Town of Alton is looking for a non-employee On-Call Videographer to video tape our annual Town Meeting deliberative Session held at Prospect Mountain High School and any meetings scheduled where a videographer is needed. The average length of the Deliberative Meetings are approximately five to six evening hours and the other meetings may vary in length. The hourly rate of pay is $16.50. Knowledge of cameras and video recording devices is required. The Town provides all equipment. Interested parties are asked to submit a letter of interest to the Board of Selectmen through one of the following methods: via email to the Deputy Welfare Officer at, or hand deliver to the Deputy Welfare Officer between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, at the Town Hall (1 Monument Square) or via mail to the Deputy Welfare Officer, Town of Alton, PO Box 659, Alton, NH 03809. The Town of Alton s EOE.

[posted 03/23/2017]

Town of Alton, NH

Volunteers Needed

The Town of Alton is seeking volunteers to be part of a Subcommittee of the Board of Selectmen to study the feasibility of a recreational type facility in the Town of Alton. Various things to be looked into would be a location, structure(s), internal and external uses, cost, and whether the project is feasible. The members of this Subcommittee would be appointed by the Board of Selectmen and would report to the Board of Selectmen as an ad hoc committee of the Selectmen. If you are interested in being a member of this volunteer Subcommittee, please drop off or mail a letter of interest to Elizabeth Dionne, Town Administrator, at PO Box 659, Alton NH 03809, or via email to administrator@alton.nh.qov. General questions may be directed to the Town Administrator at 875-2113.

[posted 04/20/2017]


Our library always welcomes new friends of all ages. We encourage
everyone to consider joining the Friends of the Gilman Library.
Throughout the years, the Friends of Gilman Library have sponsored
numerous fundraisers and programs to benefit the library.  Founded in
1980, the Friends have proven to be a real asset to the library. Being
part of this wonderful group is a great way to be together with old
friends, meet new people, support the library, and give back to the
community. As is the case for many of us, it can be difficult to find
the time to fit one more thing into our busy schedules. However, we
would like to get this group going strong again. If interested, please
visit the circulation desk, give us a call, or send us a quick text or
email. We would be more than happy to add your name to the sign-up
sheet. You will be asked to provide your name, contact number, and the
time of day that is most convenient for you to attend a meeting. Please
consider joining us as we make new friends. Feel free to encourage your
friends to take part in this wonderful opportunity that is sure to
benefit everyone involved!

Visit to learn more about being a
friend of the library.

Gilman Library, 100 Main St., Alton

[posted 04/20/2017]