Town Forest Clean-up

Bike Rodeo Saturday, June 1st

Aquarion Water Line Replacement

Aquarion Water Line Replacement

Aquarion has selected a contractor to begin the replacement of their water main from Tide Mill Road to Church Street (along Route 101). They will begin construction Tuesday, May 21st along Church Street and will continue until their project is complete. This work will be in addition to the final work the Town is doing for the sewer force main replacement project (which is almost complete).

There will be long delays along Church Street and we ask that you please leave yourself extra time to get to your destination or seek alternate routes. This will be a construction zone and therefore we ask that you reduce your speeds, pay particular attention to traffic control and pay attention for your safety and those working on these projects.

Public Works Week- Food Drive

Public Works Food Drive

May 19- 25, 2019

The Town of Hampton Public Works Department provides services that are vital to our community, thus making the health, safety and well being of the Town their top priority. They are responsible for maintaining, improving and protecting our roadways, sewer and drain systems, wastewater treatment processes, solid waste operations, equipment and facilities that are essential to our Town.
Public Works Week is a time to promote public interest, gain knowledge, and understand the importance that our Public Works Department serves in our community. We ask all our residents, businesses and visitors to learn about the issues involved in providing services and to recognize the contributions and dedication of the Town of Hampton’s Public Works Staff.
To commemorate Public Works Week, the Department has set up a food drive to help those less fortunate. There is a new Public Works (mini) vehicle located in the Lobby of Town Hall, where they are requesting nonperishable food items be brought. Items can be left in the vehicle and will be collected by staff throughout the week. Feel free to bring your kids to activate the lights or take a picture and have them be part of helping others. If you happen to see any of our Public Works Staff – feel free to thank them for a job well done!

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Hampton Cable Survey Summary of Results

Overview: The Hampton Cable Survey issued an online survey from January 30, 2019 through February 27, 2019 to garner opinions of subscribers and non-subscribers in Hampton, NH regarding the quality of service provided by Comcast as part of reviewing the contractual agreement between Comcast and the Town of Hampton. A total of 506 participant provided feedback via the survey via both online and paper forms. The survey was advertised on the Hampton Cable Station 22, the Town of Hampton website, and via social media targeted at Hampton residents. Ninety-five percent (95%) of participants stated they were year-round residents of Hampton.

Of survey participants, 87% utilized Comcast for cable TV. Of the 13% not utilizing Comcast, over a third responded that cost was one of their reasons for not using the service. The full results of the survey, including all 1,296 comments, are available at:

Click here for the Hampton Cable Survey results.

Conservation Commission Alternates

The Hampton Conservation Commission is seeking residents interested in serving as a Conservation Commission Alternate.  Interested individuals can submit a letter to the Conservation Commission at 100 Winnacunnet Road or an email to the Conservation Coordinator, Rayann Dionne, at 

For questions please email or call the Conservation Coordinator at 929-5808. 

Letters of Interest must be received by 12:00 PM on Wednesday, May 29, 2019.

Volunteers Needed

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Hampton Victory Gardens

Hampton Victory Gardens has 4 1/2 garden plots still available for the 2019 season. If interested please email

Ann’s Lane Update

Beginning Monday morning the milling (which is the removal of the existing pavement) of Four Corners (which is the intersection of Ann’s Lane, Mace Road, and Mill Road) will begin. This will create significant delays while trying to traverse this intersection. Beginning Tuesday morning and likely into early evening on Tuesday, Ann’s Lane and the Four Corners intersection will be paved. Again, this will create significant delays while trying to use Ann’s Lane and/or the Four Corners Intersection and may, at some points during the day, be closed to through traffic. The Contractors and Police Details will work to allow school buses and emergency vehicles through as required.


The Department of Public Works appreciates your patience and understanding while we wrap up this reconstruction project. If there are any questions, please call the Public Works Department at 926-3202.