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Mayor Dana Hilliard’s – Inaugural Address January 11th, 2018

Inaugural Address January 11th, 2018 How does one define success? How does one define community? A community is more than a thriving economy, low crime, and modern infrastructure. A community is more than quality schools, recreational opportunities, and dedicated city employees. A community is more than heroic first responders; fire, police and EMT’s. A community […]

Somersworth Community Charrette Presentation  

Be Aware of Frozen Pipes

Frozen Pipes Information

Welcome Robin Comstock – Economic Development Manager

The end of the year brings with it positioning our City well for 2018 with the hiring of the newest member of the team.   We are pleased to introduce to you Robin Comstock, our new Economic Development Manager. Robin brings with her extensive experience in the area of community and economic development. Her background includes […]

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.

Businesses – Need Storm Help!

Available to help businesses address storm-related issues. If your business has any storm damage or power outage issues, feel free to contact the BEA below and they can connect you to the proper entity at the federal or state level. Mark Laliberte Business Resource Specialist – Seacoast NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs (BEA) 172 […]

Capital Improvement Program FY 2019-2024

CIP Fiscal Year 2019-2024

Mayors Community Forum-Saturday, January 27th, 9:00 am – 10:30 am

The Mayor will be joined by Ward 1 City Councilor, Martin Pepin and Ward 1 School Board Member, Maggie Larson for the Mayors Community Forum. The forum will take place at City Hall, in the City Council Chambers.  


Snow Removal Parking Ban to Begin at 10:00 PM

Snow removal operations have been scheduled in the Downtown area (High Street from Constitutional Way to Main Street; and Market Street from Main Street to the bridge) for Friday, January 19, beginning at 10:00 PM until 7:00 AM on Saturday, January 20, 2018.  Vehicles parked in this area will be ticketed and towed.



Those needing shelter during this sever cold weather are reminded that the Library is open during the day Tuesday thru Thursday from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. until 5pm.

If more long term or overnight sheltering is required, contact the Police Department (692-3131) or the Fire Department (692-3456) for information and assistance.

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