The City of Portsmouth Water Division recently hosted ten members of New York City’s Water Treatment Operations and Engineering groups for a tour and discussion of the City’s Madbury surface water treatment facility.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire – The City of Portsmouth Water Division recently hosted ten members of New York City’s Water Treatment Operations and Engineering groups for a tour and discussion of the City’s Madbury surface water treatment facility. In addition to touring the facility the group discussed the City’s management of the Bellamy reservoir and the Madbury Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) surface water treatment facility.
The City’s Department of Public Works has published its annual Portsmouth and Pease International Tradeport Supply Status Report for 2019. The report provides a summary of the water system operations for the Portsmouth and Pease International Tradeport drinking water systems.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire – The City will conduct test borings on Peirce Island Road on Thursday, January 30 between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m..A drill rig, and flaggers to direct traffic as the work proceeds, will be in place during those hours.
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Portsmouth, New Hampshire -- The City of Portsmouth is pleased to report that the general contractor for the Peirce Island Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade project, Methuen Construction, met the December 31, 2019 milestone to achieve substantial completion of the Biological Aerated Filter (BAF), the centr
Pro Portsmouth’s First Night takes place on Tuesday, December 31, from 4 p.m. to midnight, including a fireworks show scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the South Mill Pond. To facilitate a safe and entertaining First Night, the following traffic and parking changes will occur on December 31st.
Portsmouth has converted its on-street parking from pay and display to pay by plate. For details, click here.
Taxpayers do not pay a penny for any parking related expenses, including the new Foundry Place Garage. The City’s Parking Division is fully funded by parking revenues.