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For up to date information, please see the State of NH NHES Community Profile for Warner and town summary.

CID Number: 725

County: Merrimack

Labor Market Area: Concord

Distance To:

Concord, NH: 21 miles
Manchester, NH: 36 miles
Boston, MA: 88 miles
Portland, ME: 120 miles
New York, NY: 270 miles
Montreal, Canada: 225 miles

Elevation: 445 feet

Temperature (F):

Annual Average: 44.8
January Average: 18.2
July Average : 69.5

Precipitation: Annual Average: 36.7 in.




Demographics, American Community Survey (ACS) 2010-2014

Population by Gender

Population by Age Group
Under age 5 101
Age 5 to 19 521
Age 20 to 34 382
Age 35 to 54 757
Age 55 to 64 611
Age 65 and over 479
Median Age 46.6 years

Income, Inflation Adjusted $ (ACS 2010-2014)

Per capita income $36,942
Median family income $86,012
Median household income $73,348
Median Earnings, full-time, year-round workers
Male $66,500
Female $47,279
Individuals below the poverty level 7.2%

Labor Force (NHES - ELMI)

Annual Average 2005 2015
Civilian Labor Force 1,496 1,552
Employed 1,444 1,494
Unemployed 52 58
Unemployment Rate 3.5% 3.7%

Commuting Patterns (1990)

Mean Travel Time To Work: 29.4 minutes

Percent of Residents Working In Community: 25 %

Percent of Residents Commuting Elsewhere: 72 %

Percent of Residents Commuting Out-of-State: 3%

Municipal Services

Type Of Government: Selectmen

Fiscal Year: 2011

Municipal Budget (Annual): $3,234,582
School Budget (Annual): 

Planning Board: Appointed

Industrial Plans Reviewed By: Central NH Regional Planning

Zoning: Yes

Master Plan: Yes

Capital Improvement Plan: Yes

Full-Time Police Department: No

Full-Time Fire Department: No

Town Fire Insurance Rating: 7/9

Local Property Tax Rate: Warner Tax Department

Housing (ACS 2010-2014)

Total Housing Units 1,393
Single-Family Units, Detached or Attached 1,094

Units in Multiple-Family Structures:
Two to Four Units in Structure 150
Five or More Units in Structure 67
Mobile Homes and Other Housing Units 82

Electric Supplier: Eversource

Telephone Company: TDS Telecom

Telephone Switching: Digital

Cellular Phone Access: Yes

Cable Television: TDS Cable

Internet Service: TDS Internet


Supplier: Warner Village Water District (district area only)

Source: Gravel Packed Well

Average Usage (1000 gal/day):

Excess Capacity (1000 gal/day):


Natural Gas Supplier: None


Town owned Transfer and Recycling station



Coverage: 5

Municipal Treatment Plant

Treatment Plant Type: Oxidation Ditch

Capacity (million gal/day): 0.17

Load (percent of capacity): 27.56%


Road Access:

Federal Route: I-89

State Routes: 103, 114 & 127

Nearest Interstate: I-89, Exit 8 or 9

Distance: 1 mile from Village center

Railroad: None

Public Transportation: None

Nearest Airport: Concord

Runway: 6000 feet

Lighted: Yes

Navigational Aids: Yes

Nearest Commercial Airport: Manchester

Distance: 34 miles

Medical & Health

Nearest Hospital: New London

Distance: 15 miles

Beds: 91

Educational Facilities

Elementary School

School: Simonds Elementary

Grades: K-5

Enrollment: 163

Middle/Junior High School

High School

Nearest College/University:

Colby-Sawyer College - New London, NH
College of Saint Mary Magdalen - Warner, NH
New England College - Henniker, NH
New Hampshire Technical Institute - Concord, NH

Community Services & Recreation

Protestant Churches: 1

Catholic Churches: none

Synagogues: none

Hotels/Motels: none

Bed/Breakfast Establishments: yes

Shopping Centers/Malls: none

Cinemas: none

Live Theater: none

Museums: 3  --  Kearsarge Indian Museum, New Hampshire Telephone Museum, Warner Firefighter Museum

Library: Pillsbury Free Library

Municipal Parks: 2


Indoor/Outdoor Swimming: Town Beach

Indoor Skating Rinks: none

Public Tennis Courts: none

Public Golf Courses: none

Bowling Centers: none

Nearest Ski Areas: Sunapee State Park in Newbury or Pat's Peak in Henniker

Other Recreation: Antiques/ball park/soccer field