Doing Business-

Welcome to Somersworth NH, a City with a proud history and a bright future. Conveniently located an hour north of Boston and just minutes from Portsmouth NH, Somersworth is a great choice for companies looking to start or grow their business.

Mayor’s Community Forum September 12

The Next Mayor’s Forum will be Saturday, September 12th 6th at  9:00 am in the Council Chambers here at City Hall. Come discuss Community issues, voice your concerns and help move Somersworth forward! Please access City Hall via the High Street entrance. There will not be any Forum’s during the months of July & August.


Economic Development Manager August Business e-News Message

Mapping out your business plan can be fairly complicated depending on more factors than I care to list or anyone cares to read.  Suffice to say it is just about impossible to be prepared for everything and anything.  If you try to anticipate every potential scenario you may never get off the ground.  Many successful […]

Dana Hammy

Mayor’s Corner (August Edition)

The True meaning of What Defines Us   Part of the tradition of the Mayor’s office is delivering the official commencement remarks from the city before the graduating class of Somersworth High School. In June I delivered the following below, however, the remarks and poem that I read to the class of 2015 were more […]

2015 Water Quality Report

2015 Water Quality Report

bear cage 2

Bear Cage at Willand Pond Recreation Area

The Willand Pond Recreational Area in Somersworth, NH is home to a beautiful trail system, picnic area ideal for families, signage detailing the parks proud history, and our newly restored historic bear cage. Eagle Scout, David Brackett, completed his Eagle Scout project at Willand Pond in November of 2014. David’s project restored the old Victorian-era […]

November 3 Municipal Election Filing Period

November 3 Municipal Election Filing Period


Construction on Stackpole Road

Construction on Stackpole Road will begin on Monday August 3rd.  Sewer work will begin on Monday, August 10.  Due to the depth of the excavation to install the new sewer mains, Stackpole Road will be closed to thru traffic starting on Monday August 10th and running through Friday, August 28th. There will be alternating traffic available for emergency vehicles, local residences and bus routes. Curbside pickup of trash and recycling by Waste Management will continue as scheduled.

Signage will be installed to inform motorist of routes around Stackpole. Final clean-up work is scheduled to be completed by September 11th.

Questions please call the City Manager’s office at 692-9503.

  • Video tour Book

  • Channel 22