2014 Actual Revenues, Voted Appropriations, and Estimated Revenues have been loaded. This data has been assembled from multiple sources and although a representative sample has been verified against known values, there is no guarantee that all data points are correct for all municipalities. If you find an error, please contact us so that we can review and correct the error.
2017 Appropriations as Voted from the MS-232 have been loaded into the database for 221 of the 234 municipalities in the state. The remaining data will be added once the NHDRA has completed their review of the submitted values.
2016 Actual Expenditures and Actual Revenues along with several other 2016 data points from the 2017 MS-535 submissions have been added for approximately 50 of the municipalities in the state. Data coverage will expand over the following weeks as the forms are submitted by the municipalities and reviewed by the NHDRA.
Tax rate components and total valuations (with and without utilities) have been added for 2013 and 2014. Total voted appropriations has been added for 2014. Individual financial datapoints for 2014 are still unavailable.
The majority of the data for 2003 through 2009 has been imported from the legacy NHPFC database. We are still working on missing data for 2010 through 2014.
An error was found by one of our users in the calculated total actual expenditures in the database. This has been corrected. The actual expenditures for the individual account codes are correct.
Data reported to the DRA for 2016 has been added to the portal along with final tax rate components for all municipalities. 2016 population values have been interpolated from the available NH OEP 5-year projections (2015-2020) and will be replaced with the NH OEP 2016 estimated values when they become available.
As requested, mouse-over tooltips have been added for graph series. The graphs have been tweaked to improve their appearance on smaller phones. Keep in mind that some graphs, especially those with large datasets (such as Components of Gross Valuation) are simply too complex to display properly on mobile devices.