PORTSMOUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT
Emergency Communications Center
The City of Portsmouth Planning and Public Works Departments will host a public information meeting to discuss the bicycle lanes created in Fall 2018 along Middle Street and Lafayette Road (Route 1). The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 12th at 7pm in Council Chambers in City Hall. The purpose of the meeting is to provide an opportunity for members of the public to share comments, concerns, and suggestions for improvement to the pilot project.
Mayor Rick Becksted announced, on Feb 11, the City’s continuing effort to resolve any disputed issues with its development partner in the McIntyre Project, Redgate/Kane.
Portsmouth's City Clerk has announced that anyone wishing to make any changes to party affiliation must do so by June 2, 2020 in order for the change to apply to the State Primary Election on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire – Kelli Barnaby, City Clerk for the City of Portsmouth announced that 9,168 citizens voted at the five Portsmouth Wards in the Presidential Primary on February 11, representing a 46.4% voter turnout. The City registered 811 new voters in this election. They were among the 457,040 voters statewide casting ballots.
Local History Talks
Albacore Lecture Series
Tuesdays March 3, March 24 & April 7
7 – 8:30 PM
SPLASH! The Art of Portsmouth’s Young People
World Affairs at the Library: A Bright Future
with Joshua Goldstein
Fierce Females in Art
Wednesday March 25