NH Community Profiles Provides information on the 234 incorporated cities and towns in the State of New Hampshire. Data presented here comes from a variety of sources, including community response, published reports, and maps.
Secretary of State - NH Corporate Division This free online business name lookup tool will search the Secretary of State's database of registered business names. New Hampshire law requires that anyone doing business under any name other than his or her own must register that name with the Secretary of State.
NH Office of Energy and Planning The Office of Energy and Planning (OEP) provides information, data and guidance to assist decision makers on issues pertaining to development, land protection, energy use and community planning.
|New Hampshire's ranking among the 50 states and New England indicates the state continues to be a very attractive place to locate a business and raise a family.|
|Categories||National Rank||Rank in New England|
|Favorable Tax Climate||1st||1st|
|Standard of Living (by Poverty Rate 2008-2010)||1st||1st|
|Child and Family Well Being (Annie E. Casey Foundation, 2011)||1st||1st|
|Safest State (Crimes per 100,000 people, 2010)||4th||1st|
|Most Livable State (CQ Press, 2011)||1st||1st|
|America's Health Ranking (United Health Foundation, 2010)||3rd||3rd|
|Per Capita Income (2010)||10th||3rd|
|College Educated Populations (2005-2010)||9th||4th|
Above information provided by the New Hampshire Economic Review. The Review is prepared annually by the Public Service of New Hampshire Economic and Community Development Department. A full copy of the Economic Review is available on the web at www.prospernh.com