Regulations & Ordinances

Subdivision and Site Plan Review Regulations  (June 2018)

Sutton Zoning and Building Ordinance-2023

Master Plan (2005)

Sutton Master Plan Update 2021

Sutton Master Plan Maps Update 2021

Sutton Master Plan Update 2021 Appendix October 2022

Building Permit Forms

Building Permit Fill in form 2020

Building Permit Application (printed form) 2020

Residential Energy Code Application

Planning Board Forms

Application for Subdivision 07-11-2023

Application for Site Plan Review 07-11-2023

Application for Subdivision Check Lists (March 2019)

Conditional Use Permit Application 07-11-2023

Driveway Access Appeal Application 07-11-2023

Voluntary Merger Form

Zoning Board of Adjustment Forms

ZBA Application (September 2018)

Highway Department Forms

Driveway Access Regulations

Driveway Access Application


Miscellaneous Forms

Tax Abatement

Intent to Cut

E-911 Road Map

Tax Exemption Forms

FORM PA-29  MS Windows
FORM PA-29 Apple

FORM PA-33 Apple

Adjusted elderly exemption under RSA 72:43f and RSA 72:43g. These statutes provide for the following exemptions, based on the assessed value of your home. This exemption was modified as follows under Article 17 on March 12th, 2008. This exemption only pertains if the property is your principal place of residence.

                                    AGE                                  EXEMPTION

65 – 75 years of age:                          $20,000

75 – 80 years of age:                           $30,000

80 years and over:                               $100,000

To qualify, you must have been a resident of New Hampshire for at least three (3) years, own real estate individually or jointly, or if the real estate is owned by your spouse, you must have been married for at least five (5) years. In addition, you must have a net income of less than $38,000 if single or if married, a combined net income of less than $48,000 and own net assets of $80,000 or less, excluding the value of your residence.

Exemption for the Disabled from property tax, to exempt from taxation $20,000 of assessed value for qualified taxpayers.  To qualify, the person must be eligible under Title II or Title XVI of the Federal Social Security Act for benefits to the disabled, must have been a New Hampshire resident for at least 5 years, own the real estate individually or jointly, or if the real estate is owned by such person’s spouse, they must have been married for at least 5 consecutive years.  In addition, the taxpayer must have a net income of not more than $13,400, or if married, a combined net income of not more than $20,400, and own net assets not in excess of $35,000 excluding the value of the person’s residence.

SOLAR RSA 72:62 for property tax purposes for persons owning real property for the property tax exemption on real property equipped with solar energy systems, which exemption shall be in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the assessed value of the solar energy systems

72:28-b All Veterans’ Tax Credit. – $500.00
I. A town or city may adopt or rescind the all veterans’ property tax credit granted under this section by the procedure in RSA 72:27-a.
II. The credit granted under this section shall be the same as the amount of the standard or optional veterans’ tax credit in effect in the town or city under RSA 72:28.
III. The all veterans’ tax credit shall be subtracted each year from the property tax on the veteran’s residential property.
IV. A person shall qualify for the all veterans’ tax credit if the person is a resident of this state who served not less than 90 days on active service in the armed forces of the United States and was honorably discharged or an officer honorably separated from service; or the spouse or surviving spouse of such resident, provided that Title 10 training for active duty by a member of a national guard or reserve shall be included as service under this paragraph; provided however that the person is not eligible for and is not receiving a credit under RSA 72:28 or RSA 72:35.

Information Regarding Newly Expanded Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief Program