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General Information

Culverts & Closed Drainage Systems Report  LRPC 2020
Unpaved Road Assessment LRPC2020-2021
Road Surface Management System, LRPC 2021
Layouts, Partitions & Perambulations - 1792 - 1859  Record
Discontinued Roads Record 1862-1994
Discontinued Roads Map
Laws Governing Discontinuance of Highways Local Government Center 2004
Posting Town Highways  Local Government Center 2023
Range Roads NHDHR 2002

Crystal Springs Road
     Improvements 1948
Guinea Ridge Road
Guinea Ridge Road - Resurface 1946
Loon Pond Road
Ordinance-Loon Pond Road Parking 1950
Meadow Pond Road
     Is Gilmanton Going to honor commitment to fix Meadow Pond Road?  03/26/2019  Laconia Daily Sun

     Road Damage - 05/14/2006 Pic 1  Pic 2
     1948 Town Road Aid Project - widen causeway and rebuild bridge

Meeting House Road
  • Smith Meeting House Road  The original Smith Meeting House Road ended at Eliphlet Gilman's house (now 254 Meeting House Road, Tax Lot 419/029). It was extended 25 Feb 1779 due to the 1770 Province Road construction. The extended Smith Meeting House Road followed a straight line, up a steep hill (former Range Road) and connected with Province Road. Part of this extension was discontinued 18 Mar 1893. Thank you Paula Gilman and Jon Hall.
Middle Route (aka Camp Leo Road)
     Complaint 1950
Route 106
Route 107 (Province Road)
  • Records show that the old scouting trail officially became Province Road around the years of 1768-1772 and was so-named because it was the result of the actions of Governor John Wentworth and the provincial legislature, the only carriage road in western New Hampshire built through such a process. One of the earliest highways in New Hampshire, Province Road was authorized in 1765 as a supply route from the tidewater port of Durham to the colony's northern settlements in the Coos and surveyed in 1770. The section of the road through Gilmanton was built in 1770 nine years after the township was settled. Friends of Mt Sunapee 1999
  • Steep Frisky Hill Climb a Memory - Herbert Beede
Route 140
     Partial IW Relocation (Year? 1960s?)  Pic1   Pic2   Pic3   Pic4    Pic5  Virginia Jahnle Collection

     NH Route 140 Corridor Study, LRPC July 2013
Route 140/107 Intersection
South Road

Stage Road
Thistle Road 1947

Per Mile Costs 1949
State Gas Tax Funding 1949
Wages Report 1946
Wages Report TRA & SAC 1948

Mud Season
Spring Road Conditions 1938

Road Agents
1949 Road Agent Resignation

IW Village (1960's?) Virginia Jahnle Collection