Welcome to Roxbury, New Hampshire
The Town of Roxbury, NH is located in Cheshire County, in the southwest corner of the State of New Hampshire. It is known to be the fourth smallest community in the State, with a population of less than 250 people. Its population has seen little fluctuation since its incorporation in 1812.
Roxbury is also home of The Otter Brook Dam and Lake / Recreation Area. It was built by The Army Corp. of Engineers from 1956-1958. With its small New England charm, Roxbury, New Hampshire is a wonderful place to live and a relaxing place to explore.
Town of Roxbury, NH
Selectmen's Office will be Closed
July 4th in observance of the Holiday. The Meeting will be held on
July 5th from 7 PM-9 PM.
Town Clerk/Tax Collector Office Closed July 4th and 5th in observance of the holiday. Office will be open Wednesday July 6th from
5 PM - 7 PM.
Farmers Market Returns
Nye Hill Farm will start offering produce at the Roxbury Town Hall again starting on Tuesday, June 28th from 4 pm-7 pm. Other Roxbury residents may choose to be venders of homemade, hand crafted or home grown items and sell their goods as well.
Nye Hill Farm hopes to have the following produce on the 28th. Rhubarb, peas, early greens, starter plants and more.
*Current Fire Danger*
No burning allowed without permit.
Permits available by contacting
Tim Mason, Fire Deputy Warden
(Click here for the daily danger class rating provided by Fire Mutual Aid's Facebook page.)
*Fire Rating Chart*
New Office Hours
Town Clerk &
Tax Collector Office
5:00 PM-7:00 PM.