Rochester, New Hampshire 03867
Rochester, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
The town of Rochester, New Hampshire was one of four granted by Samuel Shute of Massachusetts during his brief term. It was named for a close friend of Governor Shute, Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester, and brother-in-law to King James II. Rochester was incorporated as a city in 1891. Rochester, NH includes the village of Gonic, named for the Indian Squamanagona, meaning day and water.
Today, Hanson Park is a popular destination for residents. The park offers and swimming pool and playground. Spaulding High School is in Rochester and serves as the region’s local high school.
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Rochester Police Dispatch: 911
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