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Senior Holiday Lights Tour



Hosted by the Goffstown Police Department

December 15, 2017 5:00pm to 8:30 pm

Caring Hands Transportation and the YMCA Allard Center will be picking seniors up at the following locations: Meeting House Apartments, Edward J Roy Apartments, Medvil Coop at the Donald Drive Club House, Partridge Lane Clubhouse and MEMBERS of the PUBLIC can attend the event by parking at the Goffstown Town Hall parking lot.

Buses will arrive promptly at 5:00pm. From there we will tour holiday lights in Goffstown. After the tour, light refreshments will be served at Stark Hall, 3 Church Street. Enjoy holiday caroling with the Goffstown High School Chorus and a visit from Santa Clause.

Your bus will return you to your original pickup location by 8:30 pm.

We hope that you will join us. Space is LIMITED and Pre-Registration is required to attend this event.

Please contact Officer Jacqueline D Pelletier for registration at (603) 497-4858 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cable Franchise Renewal – Public Input

The Town of Goffstown is beginning negotiations with Comcast to renew the Cable Franchise Agreement. As part of the renewal process, public comment is requested pertaining to Comcast’s compliance with the terms of the existing franchise, applicable law, and quality of the service (signal quality and response to customer complaints). Additionally, areas for comment include Comcast management & technical expertise, financial capability, and legal ability to operate a cable system.

A copy of the current cable franchise agreement (2013-2018) is available for review during normal business hours at the Administration Office, Goffstown Town Hall, or online here.

Public input is strongly encouraged. Written comments can be addressed to:
Derek Horne, Assistant Town Administrator
16 Main Street
Goffstown, NH 030345
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Message From the State of New Hampshire

NH Homeland Security & Emergency Management Director Perry Plummer asks the owners of homes or businesses that sustained damage as result of the October 29th-30th storm to report the damage to 2-1-1 or 1-866-444-4211.