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  • The Master Plan Survey indicates that Wilmot residents have a strong desire to preserve the historic character of Wilmot. Of particular note is the Town Hall.
  • It is widely agreed that the historic features of Wilmot contribute greatly to the character of the Town, making it an attractive and interesting place to live. In that regard all prudent measures should be taken to preserve the history of Wilmot.

2017Initial feasibility study for town hall project.
March 2018Master plan suggests renovation of town hall
March 2018Listening potluck.
May 2018Listening potluck.
December 2019Public listening session.
March 2020Public listening session.
Winter/Spring 2020LCHIP advice: leaving building in floodplain most fundable.
March 2020Town meeting votes to repair town hall without raising it.
June 2020First LCHIP proposal asks to leave building in floodplain.
November 2020LCHIP proposal is not funded.
Winter/Spring 2021New LCHIP staff advice: raising building is most fundable.
May 2021Town meeting votes to allow new LCHIP submission.
June 2021Second LCHIP proposal asks to raise the building.
November 2021Second LCHIP proposal is funded.

The Town of Wilmot, NH is accepting Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) for a Police Department Space and Staffing Needs Assessment (full document below).

A complete response to this RFQ must include (5) five copies of a bound submittal along with an electronic submittal. Statements of Qualification will be received until 3:30 p.m. EST on February 1, 2023. They should be mailed or hand delivered to:

Town of Wilmot, PO Box 72 (mail) / 9 Kearsarge Valley Road (delivery), Wilmot, NH  03287 – Attention: Meghan Foley, Town Administrator

Proposals will be opened at the next regularly scheduled Board of Selectmen’s meeting, estimated to be on Wednesday, February 7, 2024.

The Town reserves the right to (1) reject any or all responses, (2) select a firm or individual who has submitted a fully responsive Statement of Qualifications and who is determined by the Town to be a professional, qualified firm or individual to be in the best interest of the Town, (3) reserves the right to waive defects and informalities of the submissions, or (4) take whatever action or make whatever decision it determines to be appropriate. The Town assumes no obligation in this general solicitation of Statement of Qualifications and all costs and expenses of responding to this RFQ shall be borne by the interested firms or individuals.

Questions regarding this RFQ may be directed to Meghan Foley at The deadline for questions will be 3:30 p.m. EST on  January, 18, 2023.

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