In October of 2017, the Portsmouth Police Department began meeting with the University of New Hampshire’s Survey Center to conduct a survey of Portsmouth residents. The Department was seeking input from residents regarding their perceptions of the police department’s strengths, weaknesses, level of community involvement, feelings of safety, among many other survey points.
2018 Meditation Schedule
The City’s Community Development Block Grant Citizens Advisory Committee will be holding a public hearing on Tuesday, May 1st, at 6:00 p.m. in City Hall Conference Room A to receive comments on the City’s FY 2019 Annual Action Plan and Budget for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) spending priorities.
Concert: The Strathspey and Reel Society of New Hampshire
Visiting Our National Parks: Yellowstone and Grand Teton
The City of Portsmouth, a member of Sister Cities International, has enjoyed formal Sister City agreements based on the interest and international connections of Portsmouth residents since as early as 1985. The cities include Nichinan, Japan; Parnu, Estonia; East Antrim/Carrickfergus, Ireland; Agadir, Morocco; Severodvinsk, Russia and Kitase, Ghana; as well as Friendship City agreements with Portsmouth, England and Szolnok, Hungary.
Portsmouth Police Department
Date of Release: April 26, 2018
Subject: Drug Take Back Day<
On Thursday, April 26th, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., the Portsmouth Water Department will be shutting off the water main on Islington Street spanning the Route 1 Bypass to Essex Avenue, as well as Barberry Lane and Foch Avenue. The purpose of this shut down is to allow a crew from Lyman Construction to replace and relocate the hydrant at 1200 Islington Street.
A Stage 3 public input meeting for the McIntyre Project will be held on Tuesday, April 24th at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers. This session is intended to provide an opportunity for continued discussion of the public realm, design, and aspects of the public private partnership.
*April 24, 2018 Update: The entire supply of compost bins are now gone.
As we approach Earth Day this Sunday, April 22nd, the City of Portsmouth continues to work to make food waste composting easier for residents.