The Bartlett and Jackson Selectmen would like to announce that the new recycling building project is underway at the Transfer Station. These improvements were approved at the annual meetings in March 2016.

During the next 4-6 weeks, work will be ongoing and although the majority of the major disruption will take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays when the facility is closed, some work will be necessary during the regular business hours in order to have Phase I complete by winter.

Temporary dumping areas and road traffic measures will be in place during this period and every effort will be made to indicate where and what should happen and how to get to the appropriate location. The “Dump Store” will also be closed during this period. Patrons’ patience and cooperation with the staff of the facility and those working on the project will be appreciated and will help facilitate a smooth operation which will result in improvements to the facility.

If there are any questions, please contact either the Bartlett or Jackson Selectmen’s Offices.


The annual Household Hazardous Waste Day will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2016 in conjunction with the Town of Conway. Bartlett residents can take up to 10 gallons of hazardous waste to the Conway Transfer Station located at 755 East Conway Road, Conway, NH between the hours of 8am and 11:30am. Flyers outlining the materials accepted are available on this website, at the Bartlett Town Hall, at the Bartlett Jackson Transfer Station, and will be distributed in the Conway Daily Sun.

NEW! Pay Your Taxes Online!

Town of Bartlett Tax Collector Cheryl Nealley is pleased to announce that you can now pay your property taxes online.  Simply go to the Town Clerk-Tax Collector page (under “Town Offices” tab at the top of the page) and click on the link to pay taxes online.  There is an additional fee for this service.  PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT available for vehicle registrations – it is for property taxes only.  The Town sends property tax bills out once a year usually during November depending on when the tax rate is set by the State.  If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl at (603) 356-2300.  Office hours are Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri 8AM-12:30PM and 1:30PM-4PM and Sat. 8am-11am.  Closed Thursdays and Sundays.