SPLASH! The Art of Portsmouth’s Young People
Amy Beach: An Imagined Memoir in Words & Music
The City of Portsmouth is pleased to announce it is presently engaged with ParkMobile, Inc. to provide residents and visitors with a convenient way to pay for parking through its mobile smartphone application.
Local History Talk
The Tragedy of the Waitresses and other Historical Vignettes
Guitar Sundays: Live Guitar Performances
at Portsmouth Public Library & Portsmouth Music and Arts Center
Sundays, 3 PM
The United States Postal Service (USPS) has told City officials that it plans to move back to the downtown after relocating during the McIntyre redevelopment, Mayor Jack Blalock announced.
Update: Due to weather this meeting has been postponed
The City has made available several hundred reusable bags at the Library and Senior Center that residents can pick up and take home free of charge. The Sustainability and Recycling departments worked in conjunction to research a quality bag for residents that would not only encourage reuse, but also echoed the City’s environmental values; therefore, these bags have been made from 100% recycled plastic materials.
Beginning on Monday, February 11th, traffic flow on Vaughan Street will change to one way heading in the direction of Raynes Avenue and Maplewood Avenue. This one-way traffic will continue until the end of September due to the construction of the AC Hotel at 299 Vaughan Street adjacent to 3S Artspace. Please reference the below map to view this temporary traffic plan.
While crews are consistently on the streets managing winter cleanup operations, the City has over 3,000 catch basins and almost 2,000 hydrants that require regular maintenance. Very quickly leaves, snow, debris, and litter can block catch basins and stop rainwater from properly draining, and quick temperature drops and snowfall can leave a hydra