Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below for the most frequently asked questions.

Q:  Where do I find property and tax information?
A: Each town/city in the county maintains property records and tax information.  Contact the town/city hall.


Q: Who is my State Representative and State Senator?
A: Visit the New Hampshire General Court website.


Q: How do I apply for a business license?
A: The New Hampshire Secretary of State licenses businesses.  The county does not have licensing requirements.


Q: Where do I find vital records such as birth, marriage, death, and genealogy records?
A: The New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records has those records. 


Q: How do I become a Notary Public or Justice of the Peace?
A: The New Hampshire Secretary of State issues those licenses. 


Q: Where do I go for assistance with fuel, food stamps, and referals in the county?
A: Visit New Hampshire Service Link, your local welfare office, or Rockingham Community Action.


Q: Where do I find information about the court county clerk?
A: Visit the New Hampshire Judicial Branch for local district, superior, and supreme court locations and contact information.


Q: Where do I go for assistance with Apostilles and Certifications?
A: Visit the New Hampshire Secretary of State for more information.


Q: What are the marriage requirements in the state?
A: Visit the New Hampshire Secretary of State for more information.


Q: Where do I find consumer protection information?
A: Visit the New Hampshire Department of Justice/Attorney General for more information.


Q: What towns and cities are in Rockingham County?
A: Visit our "About Rockingham County" page for a listing of the 36 towns and 1 city in Rockingham County.


Q: How do I register to vote, receive an absentee ballot, or file for an office?
A: Visit the New Hampshire Secretary of State for more information.


Q: I have a question about schools in the county?
A: Visit the New Hampshire Department of Education for more information.


New Hampshire State Agencies

New Hampshire House of Representatives, State Senate, and Legislation Information

United States House of Representatives and Senators for New Hampshire

New Hampshire Laws (RSA)

New Hampshire Service Link: a statewide network for community based connections for elders, adults with disabilities and their families

New Hampshire Department of Transporation Travel Information 511

New Hampshire Health and Human Services Public Information on Twitter