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Population: 5,811 (1990); 5,892 (2000); 6,336 (2006)

This territory was part of a large plot of undivided land in the Pemigewasset Valley. Many of those named in the 1763 charter were soldiers from the Seven Years' War who had come from Hollis. The town was named after the original Plymouth colony in Massachusetts. In 1792, the southwest portion of the town was separated, and with a portion of land from Groton, incorporated as Hebron. Plymouth State University was founded here in 1871 as a normal school, evolving as a teachers' college, a state college, and now a state university.

Region: Lakes Region
County: Grafton
Distance from:
o Manchester, NH: 61 miles
o Boston, MA: 113 miles
o New York, NY: 300 miles
o Montreal, Quebec: 200 miles

Town Hall
6 Post Office Square
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-1732‎

Municipal Information
Government: Selectmen
Planning Board: Appointed
Police Department: Full time
Fire Department: Full time
Nearest Hospital: Speare Memorial

Election Districts
State House District: 15
State Senate District: 2
Executive Council District: 1
U.S. Congress House of Representatives District: 2

Plymouth Regional High School
86 Old Ward Bridge Rd
Plymouth NH 03264

Plymouth Elementary School
86 Old Ward Bridge Rd
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-1152

Plymouth State University
17 High St
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 535-5000‎

Plymouth Fire Department
42 Highland Street
Plymouth, NH 03264
603-536-0035 (fax)

Plymouth Police Department
334 Main Street
Plymouth, NH 03264
Phone: (603) 536-1804
Fax: (603) 536-4008

Speare Memorial Hospital
16 Hospital Rd
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-1120‎

Pease Public Library
1 Russell St
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-2616

Electric: NH Electric Coop
Gas: None
Water Supplier: Plymouth Village Water
Sanitation: Municipal
Curbside Trash Pickup: No
Telephone: Verizon
Cable television service: Yes

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