Tax, Water/Sewer, and Miscellaneous Invoices
Pay your tax, water & sewer and miscellaneous invoices online here. If you have questions, please contact Revenue Collection at (603) 352-1013 or send us a message.
Motor Vehicle Registration and Estimates
City of Keene local and State motor vehicle registration renewals may be completed online using EB2Gov. The State of NH Division of Motor Vehicles provides services online via www.nh.gov/dmv including online driver license renewal, ID renewals and ticket payments.
Building Permit Applications
Create an account in our iWorq application to begin the building permit application process.
Our online cemetery search is available to the public. Please call (603) 357-9829 with questions.
City Council & Council Committee Meetings - Online Live Streaming
- During the COVID-19 emergency, public City Council and Council committee meetings will be held remotely: Check our "Meeting Videos" page for information about how you may participate in these meetings online or via telephone.
- Live webstreaming of public meetings (except Planning, Licenses and Development Committee meetings) typically held in City Hall Council Chambers is provided on the City website here.
- Live webstreaming of Planning, Licenses and Development (PLD) Committee Meetings is provided on the City website here.
Dog Licensing Renewals
Your license can also be renewed online using our Online Dog Licensing Portal and searching by last name. You may also pay-by-phone by calling (603) 352-0133 ext. 2. If you prefer to mail in your renewal, there is a dog license application form available here that can be submitted by mail along with the applicable fee. Copies of current rabies and spay/neuter (if applicable) certificates are required.
Keene Public Library will reopen its doors to the public for limited hours starting Monday, July 6. Based on health and safety guidelines, up to 60 people at a time will be welcomed to research, browse collections, and make one-hour appointments for computers. Open hours will be limited to two-hour increments so that staff can sanitize public areas regularly. Meeting rooms are not available. All online programs and services will continue to be available.
Library hours during the phase two reopening will be:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10 a.m. – noon & 2 - 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday 10 a.m. - noon, 2 - 4 p.m. & 5 - 7 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
All visitors must comply with recommended health and safety protocols while on the Library campus. This includes the requirement that persons over the age of 5 wear an appropriate face mask or face covering when proceeding into the Library spaces beyond the designated area of the Library Foyer. Masks will be available to visitors who do not have one with them. Six-foot distances to others will be encouraged, inside and outside of the building. Returned materials should be placed in one of the exterior book drops before entering. One public-use computer will be available in a protected area for those who are unable to wear a face mask. Visitors are asked to make their visits to the library efficient so that others may enter the building during the designated hours. For more details about our Phase Two services please visit our FAQ page.
The staff looks forward to welcoming our patrons back to the Library campus.
Moving Violations: State of NH Online Payments
This service enables the public to pay traffic tickets online at http://www.nh.gov/payticket. Most traffic tickets issued will qualify to be paid online, however, online payments will only be accepted within 31 days of the violation. Tickets that indicate “Must Appear” or “Must Respond” to the court cannot be paid online.
You can pay parking tickets online by clicking here. Parking ticket payments can also be mailed, placed in one of the drop boxes on the parking meters in downtown. Please contact Parking Services with questions or to submit a credit card payment by calling 603-357-9845 Monday thru Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Parks and Recreation Programs and Services
Program Registration (bus trips, youth programs, etc.), Facility Rental, Parks & Trails Finder resources are provided online for your convenience. Please call (603) 357-9829 with questions or go directly to our website, keeneparks.com.
Property Records, Maps and Exemption & Credit Applications
Public records relating to parcel information and maps can all be filled out and mailed to the Assessing Department. Click here to be redirected to the various forms. If you need assistance please contact the Assessing office at (603) 352-2125.
Vital Records - Certified Copies of Birth, Death or Marriage Records
You may order a certified copy of a birth, death or marriage record online using your credit card through our only approved Internet ordering service: VitalChek Network, Inc. To read more on vital records, please click here.
The Human Services department provides an Application for General Assistance online. A complete financial review is required for each request for assistance. Human Services makes referrals to programs that help individuals and families return to a state of self-sufficiency. Call (603) 357-9809 with questions.