105 Ramsdell Lane
Barrington, NH 03825

Barrington Town Hall (www.barrington.nh.gov)
Physical Address :
Stonehill Offices
333 Calef Highway
Barrington, NH 03825
Mailing Address:
PO Box 660
Barrington, NH 03825
Located on Rte 125 heading towards Rochester on the right hand side at the top of the hill.

Office Hours: (Please see the Town website link for office hours for each town department.)
Mon, Tues, Thurs:  8am-5:30pm
Wed.:                       8am-6pm
Fri.:                          CLOSED*
*This does not affect the Recreation, Library, Police, Fire, Ambulance, Highway or Recycling Departments.
Contact Information
Phone:             664-9007
Fax:                  664-5179
To email the Town Administrator directly, click here
John Scruton, Town Administrator
Board of Selectmen
Casey O'Brien*
Daniel E. Ayer
Susan Gaudiello
Dawn Hatch
Andrew Knapp

*Chairman - Casey O'Brien

Barrington Tax Maps Online
Barrington Master Plan 2004
Zoning, Site Review, and Subdivision Rules
Barrington Hazard Mitigation Plan 2011
Regional Master Plan 2015
Barrington Village Plan

Food Pantry
(Click Here for Website)
6:00-7:30 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY.
(Located beside the town gym in the last door on the left)
Drop off at the Barrington Police Department, the Pantry on Thursday nights, or call the Police Department at 664-7679 for more information or to arrange the pick-up or drop-off of a donation.  
Transfer / Recycling Center Hours
Summer: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturdays: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Winter: Tuesdays 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Summer Hours begin after Memorial Day
Barrington Schools (Click Here for Website)
Includes contact info, phone numbers, bus schedules & More!
SAU Office:
Address: 572 Calef Highway, Barrington, NH 03825
Telephone: 664-2715
Gail Kushner, Superintendent of Schools
Local High Schools:
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy: 942-5531 (website)
Oyster River High School - 868-2375 (website)
Dover High School: 516-6900 (website)
Barrington School Library Catalogs (website)
BMS Library Page (website)

Barrington Sports
Barrington Youth Association (Click here for Website)
Barrington Soccer Club (Click here for Website)

Organizations and Groups
Barrington Bloomers (Click Here for Website)
Contact Email:
Garden Club for the Town
Meet the 3rd Wed. of the month at the library fall-spring. Special trips and outings as planned.
Barrington Historical Society
President, Joel Sherburne
Meets Oct-May on the first Tuesday of the month at 7PM at Greenhill Chapel
Upcoming Events:
Winter Hiatus: Dec., Jan., Feb., March

No Events for 2016-17
Planned Yet

Greater Barrington Chamber of Commerce (Click Here for Website)
The chamber- has and continues to initiate projects that benefit our community such as high school scholarship awards funded by our annual Peeper 5k road race; Christmas toys for Barrington children; Citizen, Business Leader of the Year awards; and the annual golf tournament held at Nippo Lake Golf Course.
Save Our Groundwater (Click Here for Website)
Save Our Groundwater (SOG) is a New Hampshire Seacoast-based citizens action organization dedicated to protecting water in the public trust.
Barrington Conservation Commission (Click Here for Website)
The Barrington Conservation Commission was established "…for the proper utilization and protection of the natural resources and for the protection of watershed resources of said city or town…” (from RSA 36:A).  A devoted group of volunteers meets at the Barrington Public Library on the first and third Thursdays of each month to do what we can to fulfill this obligation.  Site Includes a PDF of the Inventory of  Barrington Natural Resources done in 2009. We welcome all interested parties.
Tibbetts Road Superfund Site Information
Tibbetts Road Five Year Review 2003
Tibbetts Road Five Year Review 2008
Tibbetts Road Five Year Review 2013
Tibbetts Road Superfund Site Meeting - February 20, 2013

The Tibbetts Road site occupies approximately 2 acres. The site was used for storing drums collected from 1944 to 1958. Many of the drums were leaking and rusted and contained thinners, solvents, antifreeze, kerosene, motor and transmission oil, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), grease, and brake fluid. The EPA removed all the deteriorating drums in 1984.