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Public hearing on the 2021 Proposed Budget (Jan. 28)

The Town of Mason Board of Selectmen will conduct a Hearing on the 2021 proposed budget on January 28, 2021 at 07:30 PM EDT Time via the Zoom platform.  A draft version of the budget is available online:

This meeting is on the calendar along with details on joining the meeting via Zoom.

Filing period for elected offices opens on Jan. 20

The filing period for the Town of Mason Elected Offices opens on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 10 am through Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5 pm at the Mason Town Clerk’s Office during regular office hours in the Mann House, 16 Darling Hill Rd., Mason, NH. Hours are Tuesday and Wednesday 10 to 5 pm and Thursday 10 to 4 pm. We will be open that last Friday, January 29, from 3 to 5 pm and you must appear in person.

Elected Office Openings

  • Town Clerk/Tax Collector 3 year term
  • Treasurer 3 year term
  • Selectman 3 year term
  • Library Trustee 3 year term
  • Trustee of Cemeteries 3 year term
  • Trustee of Trust Funds 3 year term

Hours for the Selectmen and Town Clerk

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Mann House remains closed to the public. Residents must make an appointment to enter the Mann House, and must wear a face covering while inside the building.


The Board of Selectmen’s office monitors mail, email, phone messages, and the drop box at the Mann House.

Regular hours: Monday – Thursday: 9am-3pm

Building Permits: Forms are available online. Use mail or the locked drop box to submit the completed forms and applicable fees. 

Timber: For Intent to Cut and/or Reports, use mail or the locked drop box.

Town Clerk

The Town Clerk’s office monitors mail, email, phone messages, and the drop box at the Mann House.

  • Phone: 878-3768
  • Fax: 878-4892
  • Email:
  • Mail: 16 Darling Hill Road, Mason NH 03048

These hours remain in effect until further notice:

  • Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 10am – 5pm
  • Thursdays: 10am – 4 pm

For property tax payments and registration renewals for motor vehicles and dogs, use mail or the locked drop box.

For new vehicle registrations requiring plates, call 878-3768 for an appointment.

Eversource to replace transmission structures in Mason

Eversource and its contractors will be performing maintenance on the 367 transmission line located in Mason. Recent ground and aerial inspections conducted on the 367 line identified structures that require replacement for various reasons including woodpecker damage, cracking, rotting arms and deteriorated steel mechanics. Based on this inspection data, Eversource plans to replace a total of 19 existing wooden transmission structures with new, self-weathering steel structures in Fitzwilliam, Mason and Greenville in the second half of this year. 

367 Structure Replacement Program – Mason

  • 2020 SCHEDULE:
    • July – Winter 2020.
    • Start of Construction letter (attached) mailed July 1, 2020 to abutting property owners. Additional phone calls and/or emails: July 2020
    • Work pad “civil construction” estimated start date: July 2020
    • Structure replacements estimated start date: July/August 2020
    • Restoration activity is depending on weather and ground conditions: late 2020 or Spring 2021
  • PROJECT SCOPE: Replacing 10 wooden transmission structures with new, self-weathering steel structures of similar height.
  • PREVIOUS YEAR ACTIVITY: In 2019, 10 structures were replaced. In 2018, 2 structures were replaced.
  • LOCATIONS:  Pratt Pond Road, Wilton Road and Starch Mill Road
  • CONTACT INFORMATION: Residents with questions or concerns can email Lydia Morton directly ( or email or call 1-888-926-5334 for more information.

Mason Public Library announces curbside pickup

Mason Public Library is now offering curbside pickup for patrons!

Mason Public Library began curbside pick up Thursday June 11th. This service will continue every week. To request books, email or call 878-3867 and leave a message by 3 pm on Wednesday. Include book titles or categories (such as “three books on dinosaurs), your name, and a phone number where you can be reached. You will receive a call or email back, confirming that your request was processed. Pick up times are Wednesday 2-8 and Thursday, 2-4 pm. Each patron will have a bag labeled with their name, on the black plastic shelf outside the library door.

If do not have a library card and want to borrow titles from Mason Public Library, contact the library by email or phone and the librarians will assist you.

Mason Public Library offers online resources to make borrowing easier:

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