Following the recommendation of the City Recreation Director Rus Wilson, City Manager Karen Conard announces the following rules, tentatively effective at the end of the Governor’s Stay At Home 2.0 order, May 18, 2020, for the operation of the City’s outdoor recreation and park venues:
Closures for the 2020 Season
Mayor Becksted Announces the Creation of the Clipper Strong Fund to Provide Relief to Portsmouth Small Businesses
The City Council and Redgate/Kane both want a redevelopment of the McIntyre Building that will create lasting and significant benefits for the City and its residents.
Here comes Peter Cottontail!
Senior Departmental staff started meeting with City Manager Karen Conard as the Emergency Management Team to provide COVID-19 proactive monitoring and response on March 13.
Many New Hampshire residents with seasonal winter homes who are returning to New Hampshire may not be aware that the state is under a “Stay At Home” order issued by the Governor on March 27, 2020, as well as limitations on group gatherings, essential businesses and other measures taken to help reduce the sprea
All municipal buildings and facilities, schools and the Portsmouth Public Library are closed to the public through May 4, 2020 per the Governor’s Stay-At-Home
The City of Portsmouth’s Sustainability Department recently hosted a University of New Hampshire Sustainability Institute (UNHSI) fellow to join city staff as part of a fellowship program in partnership with UNHSI.
What is the Census?
The United States Constitution requires a count every 10 years of every person who is residing in the U.S., regardless of immigration status or citizenship. The Census Bureau's goal for the 2020 Census is to "count everyone once, only once, and in the right place."
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