Population (2000): 4,416

Location: 44.07681 N, 071.99713 W

Zip Code(s): ...03765 ...03774...03780...03785

Haverhill Town includes:

Woodsville, No. Haverhill, Mountain Lakes,

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....Located in the scenic Connecticut River Valley, Haverhill is currently developing a new business village, which will add to the community's diverse economy. Located just north of Dartmouth College, Haverhill is rich in history and features many covered bridges and natural sites. Set against a scenic backdrop of beautiful river and farmland, Haverhill now offers a variety of business opportunities and an excellent location to raise a family. --- townmanager@sau23.org

 

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County

Grafton

Labor Market Area

Littleton

Planning Commission

North Country Council

Tourism Region

The White Mountains

DISTANCE TO

Manchester, NH

105 miles

Boston, MA

158 miles

New York City, NY

294 miles

Montreal, Quebec

155 miles

MUNICIPAL & EMERGENCY SERVICES

Town Office Hours: M-F 8-5 p.m.

Type of Government

Selectmen/Town Manager

Annual Budget (2001)

$2,283,212

Planning Board

Appointed

Industrial Plans Reviewed By

Planning Board

Zoning

1988/00

Master Plan

1999

Capital Improvement Plan

No

Police Department

Full-time

Fire Department

District 3

Town Fire Insurance Rating

6/9

Emergency Medical Service

Volunteer

Nearest Hospital(s):

Cottage

Beds: 34

In: Woodsville

Distance: Local

Public Library:

Haverhill Library Association; Woodsville Library; No. Haverhill Library; Pike Library

 

UTILITIES

Electric Supplier

Conn. Valley; Woodsville; NH Elec.

Natural Gas Supplier

None

Water Supplier

5 Districts

Sanitation

Private septic

Municipal Treatment Plant

Yes

Curbside Trash Pickup

No

Mandatory Recycling

No

Telephone Company

Verizon

Cable Television Service

Yes

Charter Cable

Cellular Telephone Access

Yes

INCOME,

1990

Per Capita Income

$12,034

Median 4-Person Family Income

$31,516

Median Household Income

$26,269

DEMOGRAPHICS

Total Population

Haverhill

Grafton County

2000

4,416

81,743

1990

4,164

74,929

1980

3,445

65,806

1970

3,090

54,914

Population by Gender: 2000

Male

2,202

Female

2,214

Population by Age Group, 2000

Under age 5

217

Age 5 to 19

920

Age 20 to 34

775

Age 35 to 54

1,291

Age 55 to 64

435

Age 65 and over

778

Median Age

39.7

Total Households, 2000

1,755

Average Size: 2.38 persons

Total Families, 2000

1,147

Average Size: 2.91 persons

TAXES

2000 Total Tax Rate

$22.23

2000 Equalization Ratio

0.99

2000 Full Value Tax Rate

$23.49

2000 Property Valuation

Residential:

74.6%

Commercial:

16.8%

Other:

8.6%

HOUSING

2000 Total Housing Units

2,148

1999 Single-Family Units

1,367

Building Permits Issued

8

1999 Multi-Family Units

400

Building Permits Issued

0

1999 Manufactured Housing

367

TRANSPORTATION

Road Access

Federal Routes: 302

State Routes: 10, 25, 116

Nearest Interstate, Exit

I-91, Exit 16 & 17

Distance: 3 miles

Railroad

No

Public Transportation

No

Nearest Airport

No. Haverhill

Dean Memorial Airport

Runway: 2,500 feet

Lighted: No

Navigational Aids: Yes

Nearest Commercial Airport

Lebanon

Distance: 40 miles

LARGEST EMPLOYERS

TYPE

Number of Employees

Shaws' Supermarket

Retail grocery store chain

56

Grafton County Complex

Governmental unit

325

Cottage Hospital

Health care

210

Upper Valley Press/Transport

Printing, transport

125

Davidson Industries

Lumber

110

Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank

Financial Institution

74

EDUCATION/CHILD CARE FACILITIES

Primary & Secondary

Grade Levels

Number of Schools

Elementary

P-3.....(233)

1

Middle/Junior High

4-8.....(311)

1

High School

9-12.....(286)

1

Private/Parochial

7-12.....(36)

1

If no schools, district students attend:

Distance:

Regional Career Technology Center(s): River Bend Career & Tech Center, Bradford VT

Region: 04

NH Licensed Child Care Facilities,

2001

Total Facilities:

9

Total Capacity:

191

Nearest Community/Technical College: Berlin

Nearest Colleges or Universities: Plymouth State; College for Lifelong Learning-Littleton

LABOR FORCE

1990

2000

Civilian Labor Force

2,183

2,404

Employed

2,053

2,351

Unemployed

130

53

Unemployment Rate

6.0%

2.2%

COMMUTING PATTERNS

1990

Mean Travel Time to Work

21.31 minutes

Percent of Residents Working in Community

52.4%

Percent of Residents Commuting Elsewhere

47.6%

Percent of Nonresidents Commuting In

44.3%

EMPLOYMENT & WAGES

1991

2000

Manufacturing Industries

Average Employment

137

302

Average Weekly Wage

$372

$519

Non-Manufacturing Industries

Average Employment

1,023

1,324

Average Weekly Wage

$347

$451

Total Private Industry

Average Employment

1,161

1,626

Average Weekly Wage

$350

$464

Government

Average Employment

702

773

Average Weekly Wage

$384

$469

Total, Private plus Government

Average Employment

1,863

2,399

Average Weekly Wage

$363

$466

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

X

State Parks

Bedell Bridge

X

YMCA/YWCA; Boys Club/Girls Club

X

Golf Courses

Swimming: Indoor Facility

X

Swimming: Outdoor Facility

X

Tennis Courts: Outdoor Facility

Ice Skating Rink: Indoor Facility

X

Bowling Facilities

X

Museums

Weather Museum

X

Cinemas

Drive-In

Performing Arts Facilities

X

Tourist Attractions

X

Youth Organizations (i.e., Scouts, 4-H)

X

Youth Sports: Baseball

X

Youth Sports: Soccer

Youth Sports: Football

X

Youth Sports: Basketball

Youth Sports: Hockey

X

Campgrounds

X

Fishing/Hunting

X

Boating

X

Snowmobiling

X

Bicycle Trails

X

Cross Country Skiing

X

Hiking Trails

Kinder Memorial Forest

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