UPDATE: The Town Hall is now OPEN
Due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 if you are still uneasy coming into the office you may still submit permit applications by mail or scan and email the applications to the Planning Department. Once the permit is approved, we will call and provide you with the cost. You can either mail a check made payable to the Town of Pelham or use a credit card over the phone (note: there is a 2.79% or minimum $1.50 convenience fee to pay by credit card).
If you are unable to submit your application by the methods listed above and still would rather not come in, there is a drop box in front of the Town Hall that you may leave applications. Any checks should be in an envelope marked "Planning Department".
Links to Permit Applications
We can be reached at 603-635-7811. The email address to submit applications is [email protected]
Temporary Outside Seating for Restaurants
On Tuesday May 26th, considering Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #40, the Pelham Planning Board voted to temporarily suspend its Site Plan oversight until such time as the Governor suspends his emergency orders.
Any restaurant owner interested in seeking permits for outside seating during the Covid 19 Pandemic, in compliance with Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #40, please read the following description of the permitting and Inspection process:
If you are interested in seeking approvals for temporary outside seating, please contact Jeff Gowan, Planning Director at 603-508-3084 or at [email protected]. He will answer any questions you may have and coordinate the safety inspection.
Is there ARSENIC in your well water?
This interactive app is designed to help people with a lab report containing water quality results from their private well to determine appropriate water treatment technology to remove one or more common groundwater contaminante found in NH.
Welcome to the Pelham New Hampshire Planning Department website. Inside you will find information for the Planning Department, the Planning Board, the Zoning Board of Adjustment, Conservation Commission, building application permits and forms, and Pelham's zoning ordinance and development regulations. This site serves as a reference for a very active town Planning Department, and while every effort is made to keep it current, you should always refer directly to the Planning Department office if you have any questions.