January 23, 2018 - Municipal crews were out last night and throughout the day today salting and sanding the roads. Currently, temperatures have risen and the rain has subsided, making road conditions much more safe and passable at this time.
The Department of Public Works is asking residents to help prevent street flooding by keeping storm drains clear of debris, snow and ice. In addition, sand is available to Manchester residents to utilize on their properties or on sidewalks. Sand can be collected at the Municipal Complex on Lincoln Street. Quantities are limited and it is not for commercial use.
Welcome to Manchester!
Manchester has incredible opportunities and boundless potential. The story of our city cannot be told without understanding the strength and determination of its citizens. The people of Manchester have always been willing to work hard and take bold action when progress demands it.
Manchester has transitioned from an era of textiles to one of technology and higher education. We will continue to find new opportunities that push us to be better, to do more for ourselves and future generations.
I am honored to be your mayor and I am here to serve the residents of Manchester and make City Hall more accessible to everyone in our city. I want to hear from you so that together, we can ensure the Queen City remains a great place to live, work, start a business and raise a family.
Mayor Joyce Craig
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Don't miss all of the exciting events at SNHU Arena including upcoming celebration: Catch a Manchester Monarchs Game or Disney on Ice coming up in January! Click here for schedule of events
Enjoy a public ice skating session at JFK Ice Arena @ 303 Beech Street. Click here for hours and information
Visit the Currier Museum of Art! The second Saturday of each month from 10am-12pm admission is free for NH residents. Click here for hours and information
Check out all the events offered at the William B. Cashin Senior Center!