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Sullivan County Government does not hold information related to violations from the building, fire and zoning department. In NH, this type of information is either held at the municipality office level and/or with NH State (i.e. Department of Environmental Services, if pertaining to an environmental issue).
Parcel numbers, pr block and lot numbers are also all held with the municipality office.
If you are looking for information on a lien, please visit the Registry of Deeds website at www.nhdeeds.org or call the Sullivan County Registry of Deeds at (603) 863-2110
All criminal record checks are done at the New Hampshire State Police Criminal Records Department. If you have any questions regarding Criminal Record Requests, please contact the NH State Police at (603) 223-3867 or to find more information, please visit the Sheriff's Office Criminal History Record Requests page.
In order to obtain certified copies of Vital Records, you must complete the application found on the NH Department of State's website and send it to the Department of Vital Records Administration (DVRA) or visit your local City or Town Clerk.
The County does not issue licenses or permits for businesses, this is done through the State of New Hampshire. NH.gov is a New Hampshire Business Information page that shows an overview of business related services and information found in the State's networks of websites.
For any environmental concerns you should contact the State of NH Department of Environmental Services. Examples of environmental records are aboveground storage tanks records, underground storage tanks records, spills and emergency response records, hazardous waste/chemical storage records, environmental permit records, groundwater monitoring reports, site assessment reports, etc.
In New Hampshire all election data (which includes district information) is held and run by the NH Department of State Secretary of State Office. Please feel free to visit their website page at https://www.sos.nh.gov/elections, where you will find the best way to contact them about this information.
Let us know by calling us at 603-863-2560 or email us.