Berlin is a city located on the Androscoggin River in northern Coos County, New Hampshire. Locals pronounce the name as "BURR-lun." As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 10,331. It is the home of several large pulp and paper mills and has been a center of forest industries since the 1800s.
Web Sites and Links
Berlin Economic Development CouncilA description of the natural, capital, technical, and human resources of the area.
Berlin Police DepartmentThe DARE program, the mission of the department, and other general information. Site designed by high school students.
City of BerlinOfficial city website. Departments, permit reference guide, maps, zoning ordinance, board and commission members, and brief history.
Hillside Elementary SchoolPublic school for Grades 4-6. Includes faculty and staff directory, classroom pages, calendar, and lunch menus.
Webster: Municipal Government in BerlinPart of the state's official site. Town's mailing address, population, county, and districts for election purposes. Includes town related links.