Hooksett Community

The largest textile collection company in the Northeast US. Unlike most used clothing businesses we have an environmental mission: to keep clothes out of the trash and works with partners large and small to place clothing collection containers, schedule collection drives, engage with cities and towns, manage unwanted inventories, and spread the word that CLOTHES AREN’T TRASH. There's a Helpsy bin at the Hooksett Transfer Station for drop offs.
Hooksett Chamber of Commerce
The Town of Hooksett's website has a webpage dedicated to civic groups in Hooksett.
Hooksett Fire and Rescue
Hooksett Police Department
Hooksett School District
Annual reports Town of Hooksett, New Hampshire, available in multi-file format.
A community guide covering these topics for the consumer: Social Security Benefits, Unemployment Insurance Benefits, Utilities, Food Stamps/SNAP, WIC, Cash Assistance, Medicaid, Domestic Violence, Housing, Foreclosure, Property Taxes, Senior & Consumer Law, Medicare, Consumer Protection, and Youth Law/Education.
NHMA is a non-profit, non-partisan membership association established in 1941. It is a member-funded, member-governed, and member-driven association that works to strengthen New Hampshire cities and towns and enhance their ability to serve the public. Through the collective power of cities and towns, NHMA promotes effective municipal government by providing education, training, advocacy and legal services.
TD Bank Affinity Grant Program Signup Form
Hooksett.org
​The Hooksett Heritage Commission has reprinted ​​Hooksett Historical Sketches 1822-1968, written by Charles R. Hardy who served as Town Clerk from 1929 to 1966. This is the only stand-alone history of Hooksett.
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