The Assessor’s office is here to assist the public with inquiries into our public records relating to property record cards, tax maps, sales data, ownership information, abutter lists, and provide specialized reports and various other informational services.
Get information about the Building Department.
The Town’s Cemeteries are supervised and controlled by the Office of the Town Manager, with day-to-day operations and oversight performed by two Cemetery Superintendents. The Town has one operating cemetery, located on High Street, which contains 26 acres. All work is subject to funding approved through Town Meeting or by use of reserve funds. Through the year 1901, all the cemetery records for the Town of Hampton have been published and are readily available at the Lane Memorial Library and on the library’s website.
It is in the public interest to protect the valuable functions the freshwater and saltwater wetlands and wetland buffers in Hampton serve.
Peruse financial documents related to the town's finance.
We would like to welcome you to the Hampton Fire Department. Our Department consists of 46 members and is represented by a diverse work force of dedicated men and women.
Locate Human Resources related documents and applications.
Lane Memorial Library
The Lane Memorial Library offers a full range of services to meet the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the Hampton community within a renovated and expanded historic building that dates back to 1910.
The Legal Department provides cost-effective legal services to the Town through the Board of Selectmen, Town Manager, Department Heads, Town Officials, Boards and Commissions in the form of legal advice, opinions and document and contract review.
Parks & Recreation
Through the provision of recreation and parks services, we enhance the quality of life and nurture the health and well-being of our people, our community, our environment and our economy.
The Town Planner serves as the liaison between the Planning Board and the public, helping landowners understand the regulations for development and abutters to projects understand potential impacts.
On behalf of the men and women of the Hampton Police Department, welcome to our website and thank you for taking the time to learn about our organization. Our agency consists of 36 full time officers, 20+ part time officers, and 10 civilian staff members. The Hampton Police strives to provide the best level of service we can for our community.
The Department of Public Works is responsible for Highway, Sewer and Drain, Curbside Collection of Trash and Recycling, Transfer Station, Waste Water Treatment Plant, Vehicle Maintenance Operations. They are also responsible for Town wide infrastructure and roadway projects.
Learn about the tax collector's office and their duties.
The Town Clerk maintains town records among other duties.
The Town Manager, appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Board of Selectmen, serves as Chief Executive for the Town. The Town Manager is responsible for the proper administration of all the departments of Town government
The Welfare office helps with basic needs such as food and shelter.