- Marriage Licenses – Please contact the Town Clerk’s Office for an appointment 603-432-6105.
- Tax Payments – make your tax payment online, in the drop box at DMC, or via US Mail;
- Water/Sewer Payments – make your utility payment online, in the drop box at DMC, or via US Mail;
- Voter Registration – Registered voters can confirm their current party affiliation using the State of New Hampshire Voter Information Look-Up https://app.sos.nh.gov/Public/PartyInfo.aspx or by contacting the Town Clerk.
Tuesday, June 2, 2020 is the last day registered voters may change their party affiliation prior to the September 8, 2020 State Primary. Voters affiliated with a party can vote in that party's primary. Voters who are undeclared can participate in a primary by selecting that party's ballot when they check in with a ballot clerk at the polls.
Due to the current state of emergency, the governor has suspended the requirement that changes in party affiliation be done in person. Voters may change party affiliation by completing the Application to Change Party Affiliation and returning it to the Town Clerk before Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 5pm. You can utilize the drive-through window for transactions that must be done in person. The Town Clerk office is available to answer questions by phone at (603) 432-6105 or email at [email protected].
- Building & Health Permits – Please contact the Code Office at 603-432-6148 or apply online for building permit
- Planning Services – Contract the Planning Department at 603-432-6110 or click here to email the department
- Ambulance Billing – May be paid from your invoice or online
- Fire Prevention Permits – Please contact Fire Administration at 603-432-6751 or online at https://fctpermit.com/sites/Derry/derfire/user_login.asp
- Assessing - Please contact the Assessor’s Office for inspections/information 603-432-6104. Most assessing data is available on-line at http://gis.vgsi.com/derrynh/. Some inspection services have been modified. Submission of any form or application can be made at the Drive-Thru or placed in the drop box.
Typically, new applications for Elderly Exemptions and Veterans Credits must be hand delivered or postmarked by April 15th. Given the current situation, relief from that deadline is available. Applications that are received after the deadline but before the tax rate is set by the NH Department of Revenue Administration in the fall will be accepted and can be considered under the law. You should strive to submit your information by August 1st. Incomplete applications will result in a request for additional information and may ultimately be cause for denial. Applications that are received late may have total exemption or Credit amount applied to the December tax bill.