Lincoln & Woodstock New Hampshire Relocation Information "Thank You" for requesting Relocation Information from the Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber of Commerce. If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to contact us at: Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber of Commerce PO Box 358 Lincoln, NH 03251 603-745-6621 email@example.com www.lincolnwoodstock.com This relocation packet was assembled by Tiffany Avery, a School -To-Work student from the Lin-Wood High School & is updated by a chamber staff yearly. Much of the enclosed information was provided courtesy of Main Street Media, Inc Publication, A Profile of the Western White Mountains (2002) Shared Town Information Lincoln Communications Center: Handles all emergency calls for Lincoln through 911 number. Offers "Good Morning" call service to home-bound elderly residents. Non-Emergency: 745-2238 Schools: SAU 68; Cooperative School District (Lincoln-Woodstock): Grades K-12: Lin-Wood Public School, Lincoln, 745-2214 Lincoln-Woodstock Recreation Department: 745-8673 Many year-round programs for adults and children: Aerobics Arts & Crafts Basketball Downhill & X-C skiing at Loon Mtn. Family Attractions Fishing in East Branch and many streams and ponds Franconia Notch State Park: Flume, Basin, etc. Hiking Indoor Soccer Kancamagus Recreation Center Karate Little League Hockey Rink North Country Center for the Arts: Musical Performances PeeWee Soccer & Basketball Senior Citizen Trips Ski Races Softball Summer Camp Snowmobiling on National Forest Trails Swimming Walleyball & Volleyball Four Screen Cinema Rescue: Lin-Wood Ambulance: 911 Medical Services: Lin-Wood Medical Assc., 745-8136, Main St., Lincoln, Dr. Rodney A. Felgate, MD North Country Home Health Agency, 444-5317, 536 Cottage St., Littleton Lincoln Family Health Center, 745-2777, Main St., Lincoln Banks: Northway Bank: 745-2488, Rt. 3, N. Woodstock Citizens Bank: 745-2211, Rt. 112, Lincoln Center North, Lincoln Laconia Savings Bank: 745-3200, Rt. 112, Lincoln Churches: Pemi Valley (American Baptist/UCC) 745-6241, Woodstock St. Joseph Catholic Church, 745-2266, Lincoln Loon Area Christian Ministry, 745-6883, Lincoln Church of the Messiah (Episcopal) 745-3148, N. Woodstock Storage: Woodstock Plaza Self Storage, 745-6500, Rt.3, N. Woodstock Phone: Verizon 800-585-4466 Cable: Time-Warner Cable 603-224-8344 Radio: WLTN 96.7 Oldies, WMTK-FM 106.3 Classic Rock, WOKQ 97.5 Country, WPKQ 103.7 Country, WSCY 106.9 Country, WPNH-FM 100.1 Rock, WHOM 94.9, Easy Listening Special Events: Mountain Dew "Get Vertical" Challenge Finals, Loon Mtn., MARCH White Mtn. Motor Sports Park, Woodstock, MAY- OCTOBER Annual Track Car Weekend, Lincoln, JUNE Free Concerts at Soldier's Park, N. Woodstock, JUNE-AUGUST Motorcycle Week, Laconia, JUNE Summer Splash Community Day, JUNE Olde New England Day, N. Woodstock, JUNE Olde New England Day Brewfest, N. Woodstock, JUNE 4th of July Celebration, JULY NCCA Musical Performances, JULY-AUGUST Annual Rubber Ducky Regatta, SEPTEMBER New Hampshire Highland Games, Loon Mtn, SEPTEMBER Many events are held in conjunction with the towns of Lincoln-Woodstock and the Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber of Commerce. Town of Lincoln Information Population: 1,271 (2000 Census) Area: 127.3 sq. mi. Elevation: 811 ft (Town Center) 4698 ft (Mt. Bond) County: Grafton Zip Code: 03251 Community Median Income: $22,000 (1990 Census) Tax Information: 2006 Net Valuation: $303,071,814 (as of 2001). 2006 Tax Rate: $8 ($3.84 Town, $1.12 County, $3.84 School) 2006 Tax Rate $18.84, 2001 Assessment Ratio 100 percent Town Offices: Main St, PO Box 25. Town Clerk/Tax Collector: Monday-Friday 8:00-4:00, 745- 8971. Selectmen's Office Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30. Administrative Assistant: Susan Chenard, 745- 2757 2006 Selectman: Deanna Huot (Chair), Peter Moore and Patricia McTeague. Meet weekly Monday evening (except holidays) at 5:30pm Planning Board: Meets 2nd & 4th Wednesday, 6pm Planning Administrator: Stacey Havlock, 745-8527 Zoning Ordinance: 1986, revised 2000. Zoning Board meets as needed. Master Plan 1986 Police Department: Ted Smith, Chief. Emergency 911, non-emergency 745-2238 Fire Department: Emergency 911, Non-Emergency 745-2344 Utilities: Town Water: Yes, Town Sewer: Yes, Landfill: Lincoln-Woodstock Solid Waste Facility (transfer station) Electric: NH Electric Coop Library: Lincoln Public Library, Church St. 745-8159 Childcare: Lincoln-Woodstock Community Childcare Center: 745-2200 Dates & times were current at time of publication. Please call each office for more specific or up-to- date information. Town of Woodstock Information Population: 1139 Area: 58.4 sq. mi. Elevation: 701 ft. (Woodstock) 4180 ft. (Mt. Jim) County: Grafton Zip Code: N. Woodstock 03262, Woodstock 03293 Community Median Income: $27,625 (1990 Census) Tax Info: 2005 Net Valuation: $248,308,691. 2005 Tax Rate: $12.782 ($5.23 Town, $1.12 County, $4.10 School, $2.23 State School) 2005 Assessment Ratio: 100 percent Town Offices: In town building on Rt. 112, Office hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Town Clerk, Judy Welch. Administrative Assistant Sandy Dovholuk at 745-8752. Tax Collelctor hours are Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 745-9233. 2006 Selectman: Joel Bourassa, James Fadden Jr., R. Gil Rand. Meet Tuesdays 6:30pm Planning Board: Meets 2nd Monday at 7pm Zoning Ordinance: Flood plain zoning ordinance, 1991. Shoreland protection ordinance, 1993. Master Plan 1987. Telecommunications ordinance, 2002. Conservation Commission: Meets 2nd Monday of each month, 6pm Police Dept.: Douglas Moorhead, Chief. 911 (Grafton County Dispatch). Non-Emergency: 745- 8700 Fire Dept.: William Mellett, Chief. To report a fire: 911 (Grafton County Dispatch). Non- Emergency: 745-3521 Rescue: Lin-Wood Ambulance. Emergency: 911 Utilities: Town Water: Yes, along Rts. 3 and 112. Town Sewer: Yes, in village area/Rt. 3 only. Landfill: Lincoln-Woodstock Solid Waste Facility in Lincoln. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun 9-5, closed Wed. Electric: NH Electric Coop Library: Moosilauke Public Library, in Town Building. Librarian: Don Goyette. 745-9971.