Incorporated in 1784, Sutton (pop. 1847) is located 25 miles northwest of Concord with easy access off of Interstate 89 and NH Route 114. Sutton encompasses an area of 36 square miles, with over 17,000 acres of predominantly forested open space. With its rolling hills, streams, ponds and lakes, Sutton abounds with rural character and 'rural characters' which make it a great place to live and visit.
Sutton Residents Only: If you wish to be notified by our local emergency response team in the event of an emergency situation or receive critical community alerts, please take a moment to fill in the CodeRed enrollment form. The link is the lowest button on the left.
Please note the following policy regarding animals in town buildings that no animals be allowed in town buildings with the exception of service animals.
ATTENTION SUTTON RESIDENTS:
Due to a conversion of software at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Town Clerk/Tax Collector office will be closed on February 20, 2017 and February 21, 2017. If all goes as planned, the office will reopen on February 22, 2017 with the Motor Vehicle’s system working and available.
Announcement: Hominy Pot Road will be closed beginning Thursday, December 1, 2016 from Lovers Lane to Mountainside Road. The road is being closed for the installation of a culvert and will be closed until project completion.
Public Service Opportunities:
The Budget Committee is seeking a new volunteer member.~ This temporary appointment will expire in March 2017.
If you are a Sutton resident interested in serving on the Budget Committee, please send a letter of interest to: Selectmen’s Office, Town of Sutton, 93 Main Street, Sutton Mills, NH 03221. For more information, please contact the Selectmen’s Office at (603) 927-2400.