The Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Committee on Sustainable Practices, in collaboration with the Seacoast Renewable Energy Initiative (SEAREI).
Eversource invites property owners, residents and businesses along Little Harbor Road to attend a public coordination meeting on Thursday, September 23 at 6:30 pm. Participants can join the meeting in person in City Council Chambers at City Hall (One Junkins Avenue) or via Zoom. Advance registration is required to participate by Zoom. For the Zoom registration, click here.
City Manager Karen Conard has named Peter Britz as the Interim Acting Director of the Planning Department, following the departure of Juliet Walker.
The Foundation for Seacoast Health has announced their intent to sell the Community Campus building and surrounding 34 acres to the City of Portsmouth. Following a three-year strategic planning process and a goal to maintain its original vision as a multi-tenant non-profit center, while adding new resources to benefit the community, the Foundation has determined the City to be the ideal buyer to manage the Campus.
KEEP OUR KIDS SAFE. PLEASE WEAR MASKS INDOORS IN PUBLIC SPACES.
STATEMENT FROM THE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES COMMITTEE:
URGENCY & ACTION NOW
Updated September 8, 2021
Congratulations on being vaccinated! The CDC (and NH DHHS) considers you “fully vaccinated” once you are 14 days past your last shot. Here are some answers to questions frequently asked by those who have been fully vaccinated:
Schools Opening and City of Portsmouth Reminds Drivers to Watch for School Crossings
Two years ago, the Water/Stormwater Division of the Portsmouth Department of Public Works introduced “Blue, the Happy Fish” as a mascot for its efforts to educate the public about increasing their water use efficiency and protecting Portsmouth’s water resources. An annual series of messages encourages the public to “Think Blue” when it comes to lawn care, leaf collection, proper disposal of household hazardous waste and pet waste.
City Manager Karen Conard announces the City’s return to planning for the Portsmouth NH 400th celebration in 2023.
After the interruption of planning during the pandemic, “Portsmouth NH 400th” has a new organizational structure and non-profit status for tax-deductible fundraising and grant purposes.