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    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.

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    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.


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

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


    Source: U.S. Census

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

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  • Dover firefighters to be added to New Hampshire Fallen Firefighters Memorial

    posted on 9/24/2021

    Two Dover firefighters will be among the four added to the New Hampshire Fallen Firefighters Memorial during a ceremony in Concord this Saturday, Sept. 25.

    Dover Fire Chief James Smith, who was killed in 1925, and Lt. Ernest LeBlanc, in 1959, will be honored with Newington Fire Chief Darin Sabine, who died in 2019, and Goffstown Fire Capt. Steven Tower, who died in 2020.

    Current and former members of Dover Fire and Rescue will be part of the ceremony. Retired Dover Fire Chief Perry Plummer will be the keynote speaker. Perry has also served as the Director at New Hampshire Fire Academy, Director of New Hampshire Homeland Security, and Department of Safety Assistant Commissioner. Deputy Fire Chief Michael McShane and Newington Fire Chief E.J. Hoyt, a former Dover Fire lieutenant, will participate in the bell ceremony. Retired Dover Fire Capt. Dave McLean and current Fire Lt. Brendan Driscoll will play bagpipes at the ceremony....more

  • Crews to begin city-wide hydrant flushing Sunday, Sept. 26

    posted on 9/22/2021

    The Community Services Utilities Division will begin flushing fire hydrants throughout the City of Dover on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021. Hydrant flushing is expected to take six weeks.

    Crews will work at night from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.

    Hydrant flushing is essential to maintain water quality and allow adequate fire flows throughout the distribution system. No disruption of water service is expected. Residents may notice some discoloration of the water. This is temporary and does not pose any threat to public health.

    For more information, contact the Community Services Utilities Division at 516-6450....more

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City Council, 9/22/2021

council09222021The regular meeting of the Dover City Council on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021. 

posted on: 9/23/2021



Your Guide to the 2021 Municipal Election

Municipal Election 2021The City of Dover's Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 2. In this video, City Clerk Susan Mistretta discusses the election, including this week's important dates: the Supervisors of the Checklist are in session on Tuesday, Sept. 7, and the filing period opens Wednesday, Sept. 8.

posted on: 9/6/2021



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