There are 260 county subdivisions in New Hampshire known as minor civil divisions (MCDs). There are 222 towns with functioning, but not necessarily active governments, each governed by a board of selectmen. One of the towns, Livermore town in Grafton County, is inactive. There are six townships in Coos County, which are nonfunctioning nongovernmental subdivisions of the county. There are also four locations, six purchases, eight grants, and one undefined MCD that is constituted of water area. In addition, New Hampshire has 13 incorporated places which are independent of their county subdivisions, functioning as county subdivision equivalents.
Subdivisions that are also Incorporated Places have an asterisk(*) and the link takes you to the Community Profile for the Incorporated Place.