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Two Franklin projects win CRDC grants »

Downtown revitalization is goal of Mill City Park, PermaCityLife BY NHBR STAFF

Public Meeting with Hired Engineers for Whitewater Park »

Please consider joining us on April 12th at 7 pm for a free public meeting about the whitewater park’s next steps.

Welcome to Franklin's Municipal Website

If you're seeking to invest in a community, you'll find a difference here.  A stable, predictable tax rate coupled with reasonable real estate pricing makes this a destination for business and industry.  Our city is on the verge of dramatic change, even while we hold firm in our heritage and defend the natural wonder of this special place in the heart of New Hampshire.

The birthplace of Daniel Webster is located in the City of Franklin, among the first order of statesmen in all of American history.  It is also the birthplace of the Merrimack River — the economic, cultural, and historical lifeblood of New Hampshire.

We have a vibrant and fiercely proud community that is determined to rise.  We welcome any who are willing to dream and dare with us.  I urge you to visit our great city and join the Franklin Renaissance!

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Upcoming Events

April 24, 2018 - 6:00pm
April 25, 2018 - 7:00pm
April 28, 2018 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
April 28, 2018 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
May 2, 2018 - 7:00pm

Tax Deeded Property for Sale

The City of Franklin is selling land (.13 acres) with single family home located at 72 Pine Street
(map/lot #135-099-00). This property is currently assessed at $123,700 ($25,500 land/$98,200
building) and the minimum bid is set at $30,000. The property is being sold through a quitclaim
deed with no title warranties. The property is serviced by City water and sewer. If interested,
there will be one opportunity for a walk through of the premises on April 19th at 9am. The City
will accept sealed bids sent to City Hall, Office of the City Manager marked “Sealed Bid Pine”, 316
Central Street, Franklin, NH. Make sure to include your name/address/phone number and any
other contact information as well as your bid amount which should be in both numbers and
words. All bids must be received by the City Manager’s Office no later than April 27th at 4:00 pm.
For more information call City Hall at 603-934-3900. The City reserves the right reject any and all
bids.