Welcome, this is the official website for the Town of Hudson, NH, USA. Hudson is located on the east bank of the Merrimack river. It covers approximately 29 square miles and is home to about 25,000 people. Hudson offers quiet open spaces and an abundance of recreational opportunities including two golf courses, the Robinson Pond recreation area, passive recreation including trails and walking paths at Benson Park, a skate park, and a number of sports fields and facilities. In addition, Hudson has developed into a small industrial and commercial center thanks in part to its proximity to critical highways: the F. E. Everett Turnpike on the west and Interstate 93 on the east. _____________________________________________________________________________

Lower Merrimack River Local Advisory Committee Volunteer Needed

The Lower Merrimack River Local Advisory Committee (LMRLAC) is a primary mechanism for implementing the New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program (RMPP). The guiding principle is to preserve the character and integrity of the Merrimack River and its half mile wide corridor by protecting the natural, historic and scenic resources and to ensure its continued utilization as a multiple use river.

NH State Primary September 9

The NH State Primary Election is Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sample ballots are available below:

sample Democratic ballot

sample Republican ballot

All elections are held at the Hudson Community Center, 12 Lions Ave, Hudson, New Hampshire.

Polls are open from 7:00am – 8:00pm

Ottarnic Pond Warning

Public Notice

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) has issued a cyanobacteria lake warning for those who recreate on Ottarnic Pond. The August 1, 2014, warning will remain in effect until additional samples reveal cyanobacteria levels have diminished. For additional information see the attached press release and information sheet.

Town Engineer Position

The Town of Hudson, NH is accepting resumes for the position of Town Engineer. Working under the direction of the Town Administrator, the Town Engineer will be responsible for planning, organizing and directing the Town’s engineering function in support of the Town’s business requirements. Duties include managing the engineering function for the Town, supervising the engineering staff, reviewing and inspecting development projects, administering the Town’s water and sewer services, and managing the Town’s EPA Storm Water Management Program.

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