The city of Dover has a rich and colorful history. In the
Dover's response to the challenge of changing economic times is evident along Central Avenue, the city's primary north/south connector. Trees line the downtown sidewalks
Dover is nestled between the mountains and the ocean.
It is next door to the University of New Hampshire and
Pease International Tradeport. The city is a short drive
to the Port of New Hampshire, the state's only deep water port, scene to industrial barges escorted by tugs, importing and exporting goods to and from the Granite State.
Dover is a quick commute to the metropolitan area
of Boston, and less than an hour's drive to Boston's Logan International Airport. In addition, there is easy access to rail and highway transportation routes.