Web site: http://woodstocknh.org

Population: 1,167 (1990); 1,139 (2000); 1,176 (2006)

Woodstock was first granted in 1763 as Peeling, after an English town, to Eli Demerit and others. Many of the settlers were from Lebanon, Connecticut, and acquainted with that town's minister, Reverend Eleazar Wheelock, who later founded Dartmouth College. The terms of the charter were not met, and in 1771 Governor John Wentworth regranted the town to Nathaniel Cushman and others. In this grant, the town was named Fairfield, after Fairfield, Connecticut. In 1840, the town was renamed Woodstock by act of legislature, after a historic palace in Woodstock, England.

Region: White Mountains
County: Grafton
Distance from:
o Manchester, NH: 80 miles
o Boston, MA: 133 miles
o New York, NY: 335 miles
o Montreal, Quebec: 225 miles

Municipal Information
Government: Selectmen
Planning Board: Elected
Police Department: Full time
Fire Department: Not full time
Nearest Hospital: Speare Memorial in Plymouth (17 miles)

Election Districts
State House District: 12
State Senate District: 2
Executive Council District: 1
U.S. Congress House of Representatives District: 2

Lincoln Woodstock Cooperative School District

Woodstock Fire Department
6 Main St
North Woodstock, NH 03262
(603) 745-3521

Woodstock Police Department
Lost River Rd
North Woodstock, NH 03262
(603) 745-8700

Moosilauke Public Library
Lost River Rd
North Woodstock, NH 03262
(603) 745-9971

Electric: NH Electric Coop
Gas: None
Water Supplier: Woodstock Water Dept.
Sanitation: Municipal, private
Curbside Trash Pickup: No
Telephone: Verizon
Cable television service: Yes

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