Public Works

Mission Statement

To maintain the City’s roads. To provide technical and engineering support. To build and maintain a public sewer infrastructure, manage the City’s water supply and distribution, manage the collections and disposal of solid waste, and implement and improve environmental managerial practices.

Michael Bobinsky
Director of Public Works & Utilities

Jennifer Gosselin, Executive Assistant

Public Works Facility (Physical & Mailing Address)
18 Lilac Lane (off of Blackwater Road)
Somersworth, NH 03878
Phone: 603-692-4266
Fax: 603-692-4281
Snow Emergency Hotline: 603-692-9131

Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 12 Noon; 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.**

Transfer Station Drop Off Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. [Metal, Electronics, Waste Oil, etc.]

Outside these hours by appointment [please call 692-4266].

**Please note: office may be closed from time to time during the hours posted so that staff may attend to a demand in the community.

For more information on Public Works and Utilities, select a division from below.

The FOREST GLADE CEMETERY  is closed for the season.

The MALLEY FARM COMPOST FACILITY is now closed for the season.

Malley Farm Dos and Don’ts Pamphlet.pdf
Adopt A Spot 2017-Now taking applications for 2017
2018 Household Hazardous Waste Day Scheduled for Saturday, May 5th at the Turnkey Landfill located at 90 Rochester Neck Road in Rochester.

Malley Farms Community Garden Application

Installing a fence? Irrigation system? Planting a tree? State laws require you to notify utility companies first.  Contact Dig Safe by dialing 811.

My street light is out, who do I call?
Contact Public Works at 692-4266 or Public Service of New Hampshire at 1-800-662-7764

Where can I buy City trash bags?

Please click on the link for Trash Bag Vendors.
2018 recycling schedule
2018 Somersworth Guide