The library will offer several online programs in March and April while our building is closed.
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."
Portsmouth, New Hampshire – Portsmouth DPW Water & Sewer Department officials are asking residents to please refrain from flushing anything other than toilet tissue in their toilets. This is true at all times, but especially now as many are wiping down surfaces with disinfectant.
Portsmouth School Nutrition is offering free breakfast and lunch to all students.
To-go meals are available for pickup from the Portsmouth High School cafeteria with expanded hours.
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The Portsmouth Police Department is committed to providing the best service we can to the public. In an effort to prevent the potential spread of the Coronavirus, the Department is taking steps aimed towards protecting our officers and the general public. We will be limiting face-to-face interactions when possible.
As of the end of the business day on Monday, March 16 and effective for the next two weeks or until otherwise directed, City Hall is closed to the public.
Portsmouth School Nutrition will be offering breakfast and lunch to all students beginning Tuesday, March 17th. To-go meals will be offered from the Portsmouth High School cafeteria. Breakfast and Lunch Pick-Up Hours 7:30-9:30 AM
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, all land use board and commission meetings scheduled for the next two weeks have been postponed until further notice.