Town of Farmington, NH
365 Main St.
Farmington, NH 03835
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8:30am to 5:00pm
Thursday 8:30am to 7:00pm
Friday 8:30am to 12:30pm
Farmington is proud of its past, but always looks to and plans for the future. Today, Farmington is a healthy mix of industrial, retail, and service sector business, with a robust downtown that still reflects its past in a quaint and attractive setting. State of New Hampshire Routes 11, 153, and 75 intersect the town, providing important links to the Northeast and Canada.
Route 11 serves as the industrial corridor in Farmington, where thriving companies like Samco, Inc., Energy Resources Group, Cameron’s Sod Farm, and Pike Industries are located. Route 153 leads to the downtown. Along the way one will pass the Sarah Greenfield Business Park, one of two business & industrial parks now containing four thriving businesses.
In the downtown, Farmington’s anchor is TD Bank along with a myriad of other service, retail, and eating establishments.
In addition to a diverse economy, Farmington is a great environment for families and children. Sports and other activities abound through the school district and the Town of Farmington Parks and Recreation Department. Seniors are well served as there are recreational activities for them as well. Three municipal parks, ball fields, a public golf course, and conservation areas along the Mad River and other nature walks in town ensure a little bit of everything to pique your interest!
Finally, as the “Gateway to the Lakes Region” of New Hampshire, and a breath away from the Seacoast, Farmington offers the best of two worlds. From lounging on the beaches of Maine and New Hampshire to hiking the forests, swimming or water skiing the lakes of New Hampshire’s interior, Farmington is the ideal location to work, live, and raise a family.
|US Congress||District 1|
|Executive Council||District 2|
|State Senate||District 6|
|State Representative||Strafford County District 2|