Contact Info
Tim Martin, Road Agent
91 NH Route 4A
Wilmot, NH 03287

7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Highway Details

Tim Martin Road Agent
Joshua Hatch Highway Maintenance Foreman
Jeff Gove Highway Maintenance
James Hackeman Highway Maintenance
John Jevne Transfer Station Attendant
Monique Jevne Transfer Station Attendant
Mary Fanelli Highway Secretary

The Town of Wilmot Highway Department, under the direction of the Road Agent, is responsible for:

  • Snowplowing, sanding and salting roadways
  • Posting roads and bridges for weight limits
  • Issuing permits to travel on posted roads
  • Sweeping roadways
  • Maintaining and repairing culverts and bridges
  • Maintaining drainage ditches
  • Roadside brush cutting and mowing
  • Overseeing the town’s Transfer Station
  • Maintaining road signs
  • Fleet maintenance
  • Overseeing the Town mowing contract
  • Reviewing and approving driveway permits


The Highway Department is responsible for summer and winter maintenance of town roads and municipally-owned parking areas. Exceptions include Tewksbury, Piper Pond, and Hobbs Hill roads, which are not plowed in the winter; so-called Class VI town roads, which are not maintained by the town; state roads and highways; and private roads.  The Town road network consists of approximately 50 miles of roads, half of which are gravel and half are asphalt.  The Department has four full-time employees who work out of the Town Garage located at 91 NH Route 4A, one part-time secretary and two part-time Transfer Station attendants.

If you notice something in or on a Wilmot Town Road that needs attention, please contact the Highway Department.

Class VI Roads

Class VI roads are public highways that are not maintained by the town, but are the responsiblity of abutting property owners to maintain. In Wilmot these public roads were laid out in the 19th century and fell into disuse as the population shrank and farms disappeared. By statute, they become Class VI roads either through an article at town meeting or after the town does not maintain them for five years (RSA 229:5, VII). At town meeting, they may be entirely discontinued, which means the town gives up its easement, or they may be discontinued subject to gates & bars (RSA 231:45). In the latter case, the town retains its easement but ceases maintenance. Any landowner who wished to build on a Class VI road must go through an application process that involves both the select board and the planning board. Not all applications will be approved.

Road MapStatusDate discontinuedGates & bars?Warrant article
Chadwick Lane13RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Dickey Road4RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Fowler/Hanna Hill Road2, 3RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Kenniston Road
3RSA 231:45March 12, 1957Yes14
Kimball Lane
3RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Lajoie Road
1RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Mavicki Road1, 3RSA 231:45March 10, 1953Yes18
Morey Pond Road13RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Old North Road
1RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Patterson Road Ext.7RSA 231:45March 10, 1953Yes16
Piper Pond Road
2RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Pocket Road7RSA 231:45March 10, 1953Yes17
Poor Road4RSA 231:45March 10, 1953Yes15
Sawmill Road11RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Whites Pond Road3, 5 RSA 229:5, VIIWithout
Willow View Road1, 3RSA 231:45March 10, 1953Yes19

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