Town Office:

93 Main Street, Sutton Mills, NH  03221


NH Primary Results – September 8, 2020

Democratic Primary Results             Republican Primary Results

Absentee Voter Information

The General Election is to be held on November 3, 2020.    If you wish to vote by absentee ballot, applications are available at the Town Clerk’s Office or can be obtained at the following link:

Absentee Ballot Application Form

Additionally, the State of New Hampshire just changed the absentee voter laws to allow a voter to request an absentee ballot for both the primary and the general solely due to his or her concerns about COVID-19.  Thus, for this primary and election, you need not expect to be out of town or otherwise unavailable to vote in person.  The purpose of the law was to allow voters to avoid crowds on election day, if they wished to do so.  The Town Moderator encourages all voters to consider voting absentee

If you would like additional information on the election process, please contact Carol Merullo, Town Clerk/Tax Collector, at 603-927-2401 or visit the The New Hampshire Secretary of State, Elections Division website at:

The following link is updated on a regular basis by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services LINK FOR NH INFORMATION REGARDING THE CORONAVIRUS


Beginning July 20th, the Pillsbury Memorial Hall Town Clerk/Tax Collector and Select Board offices will re-open to the public with some changes to accommodate best practices as we continue to follow the Governor’s and CDC’s guidelines for COVID-19.  The office of Planning and Zoning will continue to serve the public by appointment only.

  • Please continue to call town offices with questions.   We encourage you to continue to schedule an appointment prior to your visit.  Walk-in visitors will be seen after completion of scheduled appointments. 
  • Please continue to use our online and regular mail options for tax payments and vehicle registrations.
  • The Town Clerk/Tax Collector and Select Board offices will admit one visitor (or family unit) at-a-time in an effort to observe social distancing protocols. 
  • Masks to enter the building are required.  If you do not have a mask, we will provide one for you, or if you prefer, we will complete your transactions while you wait outdoors.
  • Mask, practice social distancing, wash your hands regularly, and use hand sanitizer. And please stay home if you are sick!
  • Restrooms will remain closed to the public.
  • Please BYOP (Bring Your Own Pen) and use the hand sanitizer provided.

Many of our public meetings are being conducted online or through call in.   Refer to Board agendas for attendance guidelines.

For specific information on the Library’s re-opening, please call 927-4927.

If you have any questions, please call us at the phone numbers below. Thank you for your patience!  We can do this together (6-feet apart)!

Select Board Office at 927-2400 or email at

Town Clerk/Tax Collector at 927-2401 or email at

Planning and Zoning Administrator at 927-2402 or email at

Police (non-emergency) at 927-4422 or email at

When seconds count, you can count on

CodeRED is a FREE emergency notification service provided to all residents within Sutton that will notify you of emergency information through phone calls, text messages, emails, social media and the CodeRED Mobile Alert app. The system will be used to keep you informed of local events that may immediately impact your safety. As a local resident, Sutton Police Department encourages you to take action and register your cell phone for this service and verify your home location during the enrollment process so we may target notifications that directly impact your home or business.

  • Missing Children
  • Wildfires
  • Public Health Crisis
  • Criminal Activity
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Emergency Evacuation Notices

ENROLL TODAY! Click the CodeRED icon above.

The 2020 Census is underway! As of July 15, 2020, Sutton has had 47.4% of residents respond and now is the time to get this number up! Your response is important as it impacts funding for things like hospitals, schools, roads and bridges, and more. It also makes sure that Sutton receives equal representation in Congress and fair representation at the local and state levels.

You can respond online, by phone, or by mail! Count everyone where they would normally have lived on April 1, 2020, even if they were staying somewhere else. This includes babies, young children, foster children, and nonrelatives who live with you. If your college students are home because of COVID-19, they should still be counted “where they usually live and sleep most of the time”. For most students, that means in their college town.

Responding now will help minimize the need for the Census Bureau to send Census takers out in the community to follow up. While the Census Bureau continues to carefully monitor the COVID-19 situation and follows the guidance of federal, state, and local health authorities, Census works will be following up in person at properties in New Hampshire this August that have not yet responded.

If you haven’t received a Census ID in the mail: You can still respond! While on the 2020 Census Response web site, select the link under the login button that says, “If you do not have a Census ID, click here.” You will be asked to enter your address.

Seasonal residents and properties should still respond: If you live at multiple places throughout the year, count yourself at the address where you live and sleep most of the time. If you split your time evenly between two or more places, count yourself where you were staying on April 1, 2020. However, a census response is required from each and every property. For a property you own but only use part of the time, enter “0” for the number of people living at this property. You will be able to select “Seasonal” as the primary reason.

To respond or get more information visit