Blueprint Bedford Master Plan Update Public Review Draft:
Blueprint Bedford Executive Summary:
Bedford Merrimack Bulletin (1970-2008)
Remote access is limited to Bedford Public Library cardholders. Please contact the Reference Desk to obtain the login information. The digitization of the 1970-1976 newspaper editions was funded by a SHARP grant from New Hampshire Humanities, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities, through the American Rescue Plan.
Bedford Bulletin (2009-present) via Newsbank
Browse the full text of the Bedford Bulletin from 2009 to the present. Login with your library card and password.
Bedford Community Organizations
A descriptive list of the non-profit groups serving Bedford, New Hampshire, updated annually by the library
Town of Bedford
The official town government website
UNH Digital Collection of NH Cities and Towns
Annual reports from many NH towns, including 128 years of Bedford annual reports
The Bedford cemeteries website includes information about and a database of Bedford cemeteries.
Piscataquog Land Conservancy
Find out about Bedford's conservation land and download trail maps.
Historical Homes and Buildings of Bedford NH
Database created by Sierra Dinndorf for her Girl Scout Gold Award project
Guide to Manchester
A great guide to the Manchester area, prepared by a librarian at SNHU
Kids Count Data Center
Find national data and state-by-state data and rankings on 10 key indicators of child well-being.
NH Authors Database
from the Center for the Book at the State Library
New Hampshire Community Profiles
from the Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau of the NH Department of Employment Security
Regional economic asset profiles
from the Southern NH Planning Commission
School District Profiles
from the NH Department of Education
UNH Cooperative Extension
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension provides New Hampshire citizens with research-based education and information, enhancing their ability to make informed decisions that strengthen youth, families and communities, sustain natural resources, and improve the economy.