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Heritage Commission
Contact TypeContact Information
Chair/ Secretary
Vice Chair
Mary Ann Hill
Phil Chura
1 Drinkwater Road
Hampton Falls, NH 03844
603 926-1848
Meets the second Monday of each month at 9:00 am, Town Hall.
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Members (volunteers appointed by the Board of Selectman)
Chairperson/ Secretary
Vice Chairman
Mary Ann Hill
Phil Chura
Louis Gargiulo
Commissioner/ Selectman
Establishment & Mission:
The Hampton Falls Heritage Commission was established in March 2008.  Its purpose is to recognize and protect our town’s resources that are valued for their historic, cultural, aesthetic, or community significance.  We are also enjoined to aid the Planning Board in any decisions on an historic property in town.

Commissioners are volunteers appointed by the Board of Selectmen.  Each, except for the Commissioner/ Selectman, is appointed for a three year term.  Alternates are also appointed for a three year term.  We are governed by the NH RSAs.

Alternates Welcome!
If you are concerned about our heritage, want to learn about our town’s history and development, please consider joining us.  We are currently working on an historic building survey, research information and publishing our information.  We welcome Commission alternates that can contribute their time to help preserve our historic assets.

Contact the Chairman or the Secretary if you are willing to help.

The Heritage Commission is charged with conducting an historic resources survey for the town.

We have succeeded in placing the 1835 Greek Revival Church/ Old Library building and the 1877 Town Hall on the State Historic Register.  We will be consulting with the NH Division of Historic Resources to identify other historic buildings that could also be nominated for the State Register.


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Town of Hampton Falls, 1 Drinkwater Road, Hampton Falls, NH 03844
(603) 926-4618
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