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Hillsborough County District Divisions

Hillsborough County has five district divisions:

1.  9th Circuit - District Division - Goffstown
2.  9th Circuit - District Division - Manchester
3.  9th Circuit - District Division - Merrimack
4.  9th Circuit - District Division - Milford
5.  9th Circuit - District Division - Nashua

NH CIRCUIT COURT
9th Circuit – District Division – Goffstown
329 Mast Road
Goffstown, NH 03045

Justice : Hon. Paul H. Lawrence
Circuit Clerk : Lynn Killkelley
Deptuy clerk: Gloria Gidari
Phone
: 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Goffstown, Weare, New Boston, and Francestown. 

Directions

From the north:

  • Take Interstate 93 South towards Manchester.
  • Shortly after the Hooksett tollbooth there is a "Y". Stay to the left, which will put you onto Interstate 293 South.
  • Continue south on Interstate 293 for 8.1 miles to Exit 3.
  • At Exit 3, take Route 101 West for 2.1 miles.
  • At the first traffic light, continue straight (north) through the intersection on NH Route 114 for 3.6 miles.
  • At the fourth set of lights - the intersection with Mast Road - turn left and continue following Route 114 (Mast Road) for approximately 0.7 miles.
  • The courthouse will be on your right. There is a sign that says County Complex Building.

Alternate directions from the north:

  • Take Interstate 93 South to Concord to Interstate 89 North.
  • Take Interstate 89 North for approximately 1 ½ miles and take Clinton Street Exit.
  • At end of ramp turn left onto Clinton Street (Route 13 South).
  • Take Route 13 south for approximately 4 miles to intersection with flashing yellow light.
  • Take left at flashing yellow light staying on Route 13.
  • Take Route 13 until you get to center of Goffstown.
  • At stop sign in center of town there will be a popcorn stand on your right. Take a left at intersection onto Main Street.
  • Travel approximately 3 miles. You will see a car dealership on your right.
  • The courthouse is on the left. There is a sign that says County Complex Building.

From the South

  • Take Interstate 93 North to Interstate 293 North/Route 101 West for about 3 miles.
  • At the Interstate 293 North/Route 101 West split, take Route 101 West to the Bedford intersection.
  • Go straight through intersection onto Route 114 North.
  • Stay on Route 114 North through 3 sets of lights (about 3.6 miles).
  • At the 4 th set of lights take a left staying on Route 114 North (Mast Road).
  • Stay on Route 114 North (Mast Road) for approximately 0.7 miles.
  • The courthouse will be on your right. T here is a sign that says County Complex Building.

From the Nashua area:

  • Travel north on Route 3 (The Everett Turnpike) to Exit 3.
  • Take Exit 3 and travel west on NH Route 101 for 2.1 miles.
  • At the first traffic light, continue straight (north) through the intersection on NH Route 114 for 3.6 miles.
  • At the 4 th set of lights - the intersection with Mast Road - turn left and continue following Route 114 (Mast Road) for approximately 0.7 miles.
  • The courthouse will be on your right. T here is a sign that says County Complex Building.
From the east:
  • Travel west on N.H. Route 101 through Manchester.
  • After crossing the Merrimack River, continue west on Route 101 for approximately 2.6 miles.
  • At the first traffic light, continue straight (north) through the intersection on NH Route 114 for 3.6 miles.
  • At the intersection with Mast Road - turn left and continue following Route 114 (Mast Road) for approximately 0.7 miles.
  • The courthouse will be on your right . There is a sign that says County Complex Building.

From the west:

  • Travel east on Route 101 towards Manchester.
  • At the intersection with Route 114 in Bedford, turn left (north) on Route 114 (Route 101 turns right at this intersection - do not continue on Route 101).
  • Continue on NH Route 114 for 3.6 miles.
  • At the intersection with Mast Road, turn left and continue following Route 114 (Mast Road) for approximately 0.7 miles.
  • The courthouse will be on your right. There is a sign that says County Complex Building.

 

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
9th Circuit – District Division – Manchester
35 Amherst Street
Manchester, NH 03101

Justice : Hon. William H. Lyons
Justice : Hon. John C. Emery
Justice : Hon. Gregory E. Michael
Circuit Clerk : Mary Barton
Associate Clerk: Katie Tripp
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : City of Manchester.

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 93 South. After the Hooksett tollbooth there is a “Y”. Stay to the left, which will put you onto Interstate 293 South. Follow this to Exit 6 (Amoskeag Bridge). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Bear right around the circle. Continue bearing right and go over the Amoskeag Bridge until it intersects with Elm Street. Turn right onto Elm Street. Follow for .8 of a mile, past NH Plaza (tall black building on right). Turn left onto Amherst Street. The court is the 2nd building on the right. Parking is across the street in the parking garage.

From the south: Take Interstate 293 North to Exit 5 (Granite Street). Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Granite Street. Follow Granite Street until it intersects with Elm Street. Turn left onto Elm Street. Follow Elm Street through 3 traffic lights, past City Hall on the left (building with white clock tower) and past Honover Street on the right. Take the next right onto Amherst Street. The court is the 2nd building on the right. Parking is across the street in the parking garage. 

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
9th Circuit – District Division – Merrimack
4 Baboosic Lake Road
P.O. Box 324
Merrimack, NH 03054-0324

 

Justice : Hon. Clifford R. Kinghorn
Circuit Clerk : Lynn KillKelley
Deputy Clerk: Jeanine McKenzie
Phone
: 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Merrimack, Litchfield, and Bedford.

Directions

From the north

  • Take Interstate 93 to the Hooksett Tolls. After the tolls there is a "Y" keep left which turns into Interstate 293 South
  • Continue straight on 293 (which turns into the Everett Turnpike in Bedford )
  • Take the new Exit 13 in Bedford sign reads Manchester Airport , Merrimack
  • Take the first Exit (Route 3) sign reads S. River Road , Merrimack
  • Take a right at the lights onto Route 3
  • Follow Route 3 for approximately 4 miles into Merrimack . You will go straight through 5 sets of lights
  • At the sixth light - get into the right hand lane turn onto Baboosic Lake Road - (Town Hall Building on your left - white building)
  • Take the first left onto McElwain Street and immediately turn left into the Town Hall parking lot
  • Merrimack Court (tan brick building) shares the parking lot with the Town Hall.

From the south: Head North on the Everett Turnpike to Exit 11 (Merrimack). At the end of the ramp, you will turn right onto Greeley Street. At the set of lights, at the end of Greeley Street, turn left onto Route 3 North (D.W. Highway). Follow for approximately 3 miles. Go through 3 sets of lights. At your fourth set of lights your will get into the left lane and turn onto Baboosic Lake Road. Take the first left onto McElwain Street. Immediately turn left into the Town Hall complex parking lot.  The court is the tan building behind the town hall complex.

From the east

  • Take the Route 3 (Everett Turnpike South) Exit heading towards Nashua -sign reads Manchester Airport
  • Take the 1 st Exit - Exit 13 - sign reads Manchester Airport - Merrimack
  • Take the 1 st Exit - Route 3 - sign reads S. River Road - Merrimack
  • Take a right at the lights onto Route 3
  • Follow Route 3 for approximately 4 miles into Merrimack . You will go straight through 5 sets of lights
  • At the sixth set - get into the right hand lane turn onto Baboosic Lake Road , (Town Hall Building on your left- white building)
  • Take the first left onto McElwain Street and immediately turn left into the Town Hall parking lot
  • Merrimack Court (tan brick building) shares the parking lot with the Town Hall

From the west: Take Route 101 to Comp Road in Amherst (there is a blinking yellow light). At the town line it turns into Baboosic Lake Road. Follow Baboosic Lake Road for approximately 7 miles into the center of Merrimack. Turn right onto McElwain Street. Immediately turn left into the Town Hall complex parking lot.  The court is the tan building behind the town hall complex.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
9th Circuit – District Division – Milford
180 Elm Street
PO Box 943
Milford, NH 03055

Justice : Hon. Martha A. Crocker
Circuit clerk: Lynn Killkelley
Deputy Clerk
: D. Lynn Lavigne
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : Towns of Milford, Brookline, Amherst, Mason, Wilton, Lyndeborough, and Mont Vernon. 

Directions

From the north: Take Interstate 93 South. After the Hooksett tollbooth there is a “Y”. Stay to the left, which will put you onto Interstate 293 South. Follow 293 to the Route 3 Exit in Bedford (Macy’s). Keep right on the ramp onto Route 101 West. Continue on Route 101 West until you get to the set of traffic lights. Turn left staying on Route 101 West until Route 101A (approximately 15 miles). Get off the exit ramp for Route 101A. Take a left at the lights at the bottom of the ramp. Proceed on Route 101A through the Milford Oval. One mile North of Oval on Route 101A (Elm St) at the second set of traffic lights, the Courthouse is on your left.

From Nashua: Take Route 101A North. Proceed on Route 101A through the Milford Oval. One mile North of Oval on Route 101A (Elm St) at the second set of traffic lights, the Courthouse is on your left.

From Peterborough: Take Route 101 South until you reach Route 101 bypass. Continue on straight ahead at lights, which is now Route 101A. At the first set of lights, the court is on the right side.

From Brookline: Take Route 13 until you reach the Milford Oval. Proceed on Route 101A through the Milford Oval. One mile North of Oval on Route 101A (Elm St) at the second set of traffic lights, the Courthouse is on your left.

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NH CIRCUIT COURT
9th Circuit – District Division – Nashua
30 Spring Street, Suite 101
Nashua, NH 03060

Presiding Justice : Hon. James H. Leary
Associate Justice : Hon. Thomas E. Bamberger
Associate Justice : Hon. Michael J. Ryan
Circuit Clerk : Sherry Bisson
Associate clerk: Kimberly Bonenfant
Phone : 1-855-212-1234 for calls from US or Canada (Calls from outside US or Canada call 603-410-0296)
Hours : Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Jurisdiction : City of Nashua and the towns of Hudson and Hollis. 

Directions

From the north, there are two ways to travel:

1) Take Interstate 93 South to Interstate 293 South. Follow Interstate 293 to the F.E. Everett Turnpike (Route 3). Take Exit 5E off the Everett Turnpike. At the end of the ramp, take a right and head East on Route 111 (Kinsley Street). Go by St. Joseph’s Hospital. Go through two sets of lights. Get into the middle lane at the third set of lights and go straight through. Go by the Hitchcock Clinic at the next set of lights. Get in right lane, go past the Post Office and Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).

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2) Take Interstate 93 South to Interstate 293 South. Follow Interstate 293 to the F.E. Everett Turnpike (Route 3). Take Exit 7E off the Everett Turnpike. At the end of the ramp, take a right and head East on Amherst Street. Go by Holman Stadium, and then you’ll come to a set of lights at Main Street. Take a right (down hill) onto Main Street. Go to the 5th set of lights ( you will pass City Hall on your right). Take a left onto Hollis Street (Route 111 East). Take first left onto Spring Street at the next set of lights. Get in right lane, go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).

From the south: Take F.E. Everett Turnpike North to Route 111 East (Exit 5). Head East on Route 111 (Kinsley Street). Cross Main Street (So. NH Regional Med. Ctr. Is on right) onto Spring Street. Once on Spring Street go past Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church). 

From the east: Take Route 111 West to Spring Street. Turn right onto Spring Street, go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church).

From the west: Take Route 101-A (Amherst Street) East to Main Street. Bear right onto Main Street. At 5th set of lights turn left onto E. Hollis Street. Take first left onto Spring Street. Get in right lane, go past the Post Office and the Courthouse will be on the right (across from a church)

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