About Enfield

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  • Chartered: 1761
  • Population: 4,582 (Final 2010 Census figure)
  • Number of Registered  Voters: Changing all the time, but approximately 2,905
  • Town Profile: The NH Employment Security Community Profile for Enfield can be found here. This profile includes data from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2008-2012 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.
2017 Tax Rate
TownLocal SchoolState EducationCountyTotal TaxEastman Precinct
$7.38$14.25$2.49$1.89$26.01$1.60
The Town of Enfield is located in Grafton County in the State of New Hampshire.

Enfield is served by a hardworking group of individuals serving in a wide variety of elected and appointed positions who are vital to the operations of the Town.

The Town of Enfield covers an area of 43.1 square miles bordered by Lebanon, the regional commercial and population center, the Sullivan County towns of Plainfield, Grantham and Springfield to the south and the Grafton County towns of Canaan and Hanover to the north and Grafton to the east.


Interstate 89 travels through the relatively undeveloped southwestern portion of town. US Route 4 and NH Route 4A form the major arteries through town.

Mascoma Lake represents Enfields lowest elevation at 751 feet above sea level. The highest elevation in Enfield is over 2000 feet in a small area near Halfmile Pond.
 
Further information can be found in the Enfield 1995 Master Plan, available for viewing or purchase, or the Enfield annual reports and the Enfield Directory of Services. The Enfield Directory of Services was created by a sub-committee of the Enfield Community Development Committee, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Enfield. The Enfield Village Association (EVA) has taken on the Directory of Services project. For more information on the Directory of Services you may contact EVA here.