Plowing and Shoveling Bids

The Town of Bartlett Board of Selectmen will be accepting bids for the plowing and shoveling of the Glen Fire Station, Bartlett Fire Station, and Town Hall properties for the upcoming winter season. Bid specs can be found on our website at under the Selectmen’s Office tab or at the Town Hall, 56 Town Hall Road, Intervale. SEALED BIDS MARKED “PLOWING” should be submitted to the Selectmen’s Office, 56 Town Hall Road, Intervale, NH 03845 no later than Monday, December 18, 2017 by 1PM. Proof of insurance required. Selectmen reserve the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids.

Winter Regulations are in effect

Please note that the Town of Bartlett parking ban is in effect that prohibits parking in any town road or right-of-way.  This ban is on 24 hours a day seven days a week between Nov. 1 and May 1.  Violators will be ticketed and possibly towed at the owners expense.  We appreciate your cooperation in this matter so that we can keep our roads clear during the winter.

Also please remember that you are NOT allowed to plow into or across a town road.  This causes ridges and ruts in the roads and is potentially dangerous to our plow drivers.  Snow plowing must be accomplished on your own property.  If you should accidently deposit snow in the town road, please clean it up as much as possible.

Assessment Update – 2017 Tax Bills


Tax bills were sent out November 29, 2017. If you have not received your tax bill yet, please allow a few days for it to arrive before calling the Tax Collector’s Office for a duplicate. Payment can be made online as indicated on your tax bill by going to, in person at the Town Hall or by mail. Please check our website for office hours. If you have any questions, please note:



This year the town underwent an Assessment Update as required every 5 years by the NH Dept. of Revenue Administration. The last complete revaluation was in 2011 and your assessed value has not changed since then until now (unless you had construction or changes to your property). The real estate market has changed a lot during this time period which is reflected in the new values.

There is a listing on our website of all the new values in Owner, Street or Parcel order. Go to the “Town Offices” tab at the top of the homepage, click on “Selectmen’s Office” and you will see it on the page along with a Manual that explains how the values were determined.

When reviewing your assessment, please remember that although it is broken down into land and buildings (in most cases), it is the total value that you must consider whether it represents fair market value. For example, we could have the land at $1,000 and the house at $199,000 for a total value of $200,000. As long as the total value of $200,000 fairly represents market value, it makes no difference how it is broken down. The amount of increase or decrease over last year also does not make any difference, but whether the current total assessed value represents what you could get for your property if it were for sale today.

If you feel that your value is not correct, you may file for an abatement prior to March 1, 2018. Please note, you are responsible for documenting your position as to why you feel your assessment is not correct. Simply stating it is too high or the acreage is wrong without providing adequate documentation will result in a denial. The burden of proof is on the property owner and filing an abatement does NOT stay the collection of the taxes. Abatement forms are available on our website, at the Town Hall, or by sending a self-addressed STAMPED #10 envelope to our office.

If you are inquiring about a Veterans Credit or Elderly Exemption, please note that your Bartlett property must be your primary domicile. The Elderly Exemption is also based on assets and income, not simply because you are a certain age.

Finally, please be courteous to our staff when contacting our office. We prefer that if you have concerns, that you put your inquiry in writing either by mail or email at so that when the Board of Selectmen review them, we hear it directly from you.