, has a long history spanning back to early colonial days. In the 1700’s the city was successful in the shipbuilding industry and flourished in the 19th century as a leading U.S. cotton manufacturer. Through the 20th century, Dover was known for its brick and mill operations. The drive of this community is what has led them to thrive today.
Filled with exceptional schools, parks, recreational service and medical facilities, Dover, NH’s quality of life can’t be matched. Close to airports, harbors, waterways, railroad and highway routes, the city is easily accessible and a great location for importing and exporting goods. Dover continues to grow economically with public and private sectors.