Upper Valley Resources

Employees snowshoeing at DHMC

People come to the Upper Valley for many reasons. You might be drawn to the natural beauty, endless outdoor activities, or the cultural offerings of a thriving University community. Or you might be drawn to the fact that both New Hampshire and Vermont were recently listed as 2 of the top 10 places to raise a family based on factors such as health and safety, socioeconomics, and education.

No matter what your reason for coming to New Hampshire or Vermont, you can be sure that you will experience a high quality of life. According to the State of New Hampshire’s “Life Index,” a compilation of independent national studies on quality of life among the 50 states, New Hampshire rates number one in an independent study of quality of life in 50 states. Vermont ranks number three in the same study.

Upper Valley Rental Housing Guide

Workforce housing options

Our workforce housing apartments provide options to sub-lease apartments from Dartmouth Health. These apartments are located throughout the Upper Valley.

Learn more about workforce housing.

Our Upper Valley Rental Housing Guide (PDF) provides rental housing information for the Upper Valley region, including:

  • Claremont, New Hampshire
  • Lebanon, New Hampshire
  • New Hampton, New Hampshire
  • Norwich, Vermont
  • West Lebanon, New Hampshire
  • White River Junction, Vermont
  • Windsor, Vermont
  • And other Upper Valley communities

View the Upper Valley Rental Housing Guide (PDF)

Upper Valley Resource Guide

Our Upper Valley Resource Guide will help aid your transition to the Upper Valley. The guide has information about local area schools, banks, shopping, transportation, and much more.

View the Upper Valley Resource Guide

Learn more about living in the Upper Valley

Located in close proximity to New York City, Boston, and Montreal, the Upper Valley provides the opportunity to have an active outdoor lifestyle while providing a sense of community and culture.