Welcome to the Town of Derry, New Hampshire. We are situated an hour from Boston, an hour from the seacoast, and an hour from the base of the great White Mountains of New Hampshire.
May 27, 2013
Memorial Day Service and Parade
"Paying back those who paid forward."
Under the combined direction of American Legion Post 9, VFW Post 1617, Derry Parks &
Recreation Department and Derry Community Television.
Memorial Day Activities
0700 Meet at respective Post Homes
0730 Memorial Services at Holy Cross Cemetery
0830 Memorial Services at Forest Hills Cemetery
0900 Memorial Services at GAR Monument
0930 Memorial Services at Post Homes
1000 Parade Form-Up at Hood Commons
1100 Parade Start
1130 Memorial Service at MacGregor Park
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Child Car Seat Checkup and Recycling Event
Weather Permitting 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
55 Crystal Avenue, Derry, NH
Bring your used car seats for proper disposal.
Event sponsored by Safe Kids New Hampshire 877-783-0432,
Derry Police Department 845-5619 and
Community Alliance for Teen Safety 434-5251
Boards & Commission Openings
1 Alternate Expires 2016
Zoning Board of Adjustment
1 Alternate Expires 2014
1 Alternate Expires 2015
Southern NH Planning Commission
1 Alternate Expires 2016
Apply in person at Town Clerk’s Office or online
Derry Parks and Recreation
Summer Registrations - Starting May 6, 2013
The Recreation department is scheduled to begin accepting Summer Registrations on Monday, May 6, 2013. Programs are to include: Kayak Lessons, American Red Cross Swim Lessons, Adult Tennis Clinic, Youth Tennis Camp, Grasshopper Baseball, Adult Yoga, Gallien’s Beach
Passes, Lil’ Samurai Judo, and MORE! For additional information, please contact the Derry Parks & Recreation Department at (603) 432-6136.
The Derry Parks & Recreation Department is committed to providing citizens of all ages and demographics with the opportunity to participate in a variety of community programs, events, athletic leagues and activities. Thank you for supporting your local Derry Parks and Recreation Department!
Granite State Future - Moving Southern New Hampshire Forward
The Town of Derry, working with Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC) and other communities in our region, will look at the big picture and consider the impacts of land use and transportation on our economic development, our health, our costs
and our natural and cultural resources. This project will culminate with a shared vision for New Hampshire's future - how we can improve our communities, regions, and the State. This vision will be outlined in our regional comprehensive plan. Your input is valuable and an important component of this project. For more information click here. |