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  • Dover NH

    The City of Dover, NH is a great place to live, work, and play. Dover is conveniently located in the seacoast area of New Hampshire. Settled in 1623, Dover is the oldest permanent settlement in New Hampshire and the 7th oldest in the United States.

  • Dover NH

    The City of Dover, NHis ranked one of the top 100 communities in the United States and one of the nation's top communities for young people.

    Source: CNN/Money and America's Promise Alliance

  • Dover NH

    The City of Dover, NHboasts superior municipal services, an exceptional school system, outstanding parks and recreation services, and numerous cultural destinations and events.

  • Dover NH

    The City of Dover, NHis the fastest-growing city in New Hampshire.

    Source: U.S. Census

  • Dover NH

    The City of Dover, NHis home to a vibrant and thriving business community.

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  • Holiday hours for city offices and facilities

    posted on: 7/2/2020

    City administrative offices, including City Hall, will be closed on Friday, July 3 for the Independence Day holiday. Regular hours will resume on Monday, July 6.

    The Public Library will be closed on Friday, July 3. The Library is currently operating on limited hours and is closed on weekends.

    The Fitness Center, located at the McConnell Center, will be closed on Saturday, July 4.

    The Dover Indoor Pool will be closed on Saturday, July 4.

    Inspection Services, located at the Liberty North End Fire Station, will be closed on Friday, July 3. Regular hours will resume on Monday, July 6.

    The Recycling Center on Mast Road is closed on Saturday, July 4.

    Independence Day, Saturday, July 4, is a parking holiday. Metered parking is not required on parking holidays.

    Trash and recycling pick-up schedules are not affected by the holiday this week.

  • Waste Management begins curbside trash and recycling collection in Dover July 1

    posted on: 6/27/2020

    Beginning on Wednesday, July 1, Waste Management, the city's new recycling and curbside solid waste vendor, will begin its five-year contract with the City of Dover. The City Council approved the new contract in February, following a five-year contract with Pinard Waste Services.

    "After an extensive review process, the City is excited to welcome Waste Management as its selected vendor for solid waste and recycling collection services," said Community Services Director John Storer. "Although residents will see Waste Management vehicles beginning July 1, very little will change with curbside collection of solid waste and recycling."

    For most residents and businesses, collection routes and days will remain the same, Storer said.

    "There may be adjustments on some streets as Waste Management refines its collection process, but the company is determined to make the transition as seamless as possible," Storer added.

    Waste Management will continue to collect curbside solid waste in City of Dover trash bags. Other trash bags will not be accepted. Although the cost of Dover trash bags will increase after July 1, bags purchased before July 1 will still be accepted. Beginning July 1, the retail price of City of Dover trash bags will be approximately $2.34 per 15-gallon bag and $3.91 per 30-gallon bag.

    All non-metal items too large to fit in a Dover trash bag, such as furniture, mattresses, toilets and carpets, will still require a bulky item tag. Bulky item tags can be purchased at the City Clerk’s Office, the Community Services facility on Mast Road, the Recycling Center and at most locations where city trash bags are sold. The cost of bulky item tags will increase to approximately $10 on July 1.

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City Council meeting, 6/24/2020

City Council meeting, 6/24/2020The regular meeting of the Dover City Council on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.

posted on: 6/25/2020

State of the City

State of the City 2020The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual State of the City Forum on June, 22. This year’s panelists were Dover City Manager J. Michael Joyal, Jr., Dover Economic Development Director Daniel Barufaldi, Dover Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Paul Haas, and Dr. Malcolm Rosenson, Wentworth-Douglass Hospital’s Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer.

posted on: 6/23/2020

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