Manchester, NH: City - Advisory
Thank you to everyone who has committed to recycle more by requesting a larger cart! Please note that we have had an overwhelming response. Swapouts will begin in July but will likely not be completed until September. Thanks for your patience.
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Manchester, NH: City - Advisory
NEW! The Department of Public Works now accepts wet paint (LATEX ONLY) at the Drop Off Facility. The fee is $1 per can. Residential quantities only. Note that wet paint is NOT collected curbside. More information… manchesternh.gov/dropoff.
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Manchester, NH: City - Advisory
If you frequently have more recyclables than fit in your blue cart, consider upgrading to the bigger 95g size. The City will swap out your existing 65g cart for a larger one at no charge. Contact our recycling collection contractor, Pinard Waste Systems, at email@example.com or (603)...
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Manchester, NH: City - Advisory
SUMMER 2017 ELM STREET PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROJECT Wednesday, June 14, 2017 10:00AM, 12:00PM, 3:00PM, or 6:00PM* Aldermanic Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1 City Hall Plaza, Manchester, NH Please join the City of Manchester Department of Public Works for a public meeting on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 10...
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1ST TAX BILL FOR 2017
The tax bills were mailed Tuesday, June 6, 2017.
The due date is Thursday, July 6, 2017
You may also print out a copy of the bill by accessing the bill & history of your tax account online. http://egov.manchesternh.gov/Click2GovTX/Index.jsp
The Office of the City Clerk and the Manchester Board of Registrars is conducting a voter checklist verification process. This process began by reviewing the voting history of all 64,420 voters on checklists citywide and provides us with a report of any voter who has not voted since November of 2012. Currently, there are 8,577 registered voters who have not voted in these last nine (9) citywide elections. Beginning early June 2017, each of these voters will receive a postcard from our office to determine if they still reside in Manchester and wish to remain a registered voter.
This postcard will provide notification of the pending removal from the voter checklist and an explanation of how to update registration information. All registered voters who receive this notification will need to reregister with the Office of the City Clerk, or at the polls on election day, prior to voting at an upcoming election.
For more information on how to register to vote or questions about this notification, you may reach us at 624-6455 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Manchester Parks and Recreation Department presents the June Newsletter! Please enjoy!
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2017 3rd Grade City Final Poster Contest
Arya Mohammad of Weston School
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, $50 Funspot Gift Certificate, Nadeau’s gift certificate, t-shirt, trophy, certificate and ribbon.
Makayla Dubois of Weston School
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Nadeau’s Gift Certificate, Storyland Passes, certificate, t-shirt, Trophy and ribbon.
Audrina Jernigan of Green Acres School
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Nadeau’s Gift Certificate, Butterfly Place Gift Certificate, certificate, t-shirt, Trophy and ribbon.
Brody Phillips of Weston School
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Nadeau’s Gift Certificate, Mels Funway Park Passes, t-shirt, certificate, Trophy and ribbon.
Lillian Surette of Northwest Elementary
Ryder Royer of Green Acres School
Brayden Yianakopolos of Weston School
Kenzie Proulx of Webster School
Karla Vargas of Northwest Elementary
Kylie Chap of Green Acres School
Prizes include: Childrens Museum Passes, Cowabungas passes, Legends Golf Passes, Discovery Museum of NH Passes, Chunkys Cinema Pub Passes, Captains Cove Mini Golf Passes, Nadeaus gift certificates, t-shirt, ribbon, certificate, a medal.
This is the 20th year doing the Science Fair. 10 out of 14 City Schools participated. There was a total of 560 posters 3rd grade students. The Manchester Water Works would like to thank the Manchester School System, the schools that participated, the Manchester School Board, and our generous sponsors for their continued support of the fun and educational endeavor.
The Manchester Water Works would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors!
Oliver Villa of Northwest “Water Particles”
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Monkey Trunks Adventure Course Tickets, Autographed photo of Boston Red Sox player Rick Porcello, Nadeau’s Sub gift certificate, certificate, Trophy and ribbon
Kyleigh Reiss of Green Acres “Does Water Conduct Electricity”
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Manchester Monarchs Tickets, Nadeau’s Sub gift certificate, Certificate, Trophy, & Ribbon
Desmond Lee of Webster “Does Mint Really Cool Things”
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Yorks Wild Kingdom Passes, Nadeau’s Sub gift certificate, Certificate, Trophy, & Ribbon.
Tommy Martineau of Smyth Road “Which Substance Will Better Prevent Erosion”
Canobie Lake Park Tickets, Squam Lakes Science Center Passes, Nadeau’s Sub gift certificate, Certificate, Trophy, & Ribbon.
Tevin Edmunds of Parker Varney “How Can You Bend Water”
Jaylynn Pelletier of Hallsville “Epic Water Cycle”
Jackson Schaechtle of Gossler Park “Acid Rain”
Sebastin Sunsin of Beech ST “Water Distribution”
Prizes split between the winners include Canobie Lake Park Tickets, SEE Science Center Passes, Lost River Gorge Passes, Nadeau’s Sub gift certificates, medals, certificates & ribbons
This is the 24th year doing the Science Fair. 8 out of 14 City Schools participated.There was a total of 530 water projects done by 560 4th grade students. The Manchester Water Works would like to thank the Manchester School System, the schools that participated, the Manchester School Board, and our generous sponsors for their continued support of the fun and educational endeavor.
In collaboration with city departments the Senior Center will be creating a cookbook for fundraising. If you are interested in contributing a recipe to the cookbook please stop by the front desk to pick up a form. All recipes must be submitted no later than June 30th, 2017.
WATER SYSTEM NAME: MANCHESTER WATER WORKS
ADDRESS: 281 LINCOLN STREET, MANCHESTER, NH 03103
PROJECT TITLE: WATER STORAGE TANK & PUMP STATION PROJECT
WATER SYSTEM PWS#: 1471010
The Manchester Water Works (MWW) has applied for funds through the State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (DWSRF), in accordance with Chapter Env-Dw 1100. This document addresses the requirements of Env-Dw 1107; the Environmental Review.
DETAILS of PROJECT
This proposed project will include construction of a new water storage tank for the Londonderry water system and upgrades at the Cohas Avenue Pump Station in Manchester.
Construction of a 2.5 - 3MG pre-stressed water storage tank. The new storage tank will be located adjacent to the existing tank at the end of Josephine Drive in Londonderry. Also, replacement of pumps, motors, electrical systems and other related equipment in the Cohas Avenue Pump Station. All proposed work will take place inside the building. The combined project is estimated to take approximately 24 months to complete with final completion at or around December 2018.
The estimated combined cost of the overall project is $6,150,000. The MWW has applied to borrow up to this amount to finance the project. Whereas this project constitutes only a minor project and no significant environmental impacts are anticipated, a finding of No Significant Impact (FNSI) is proposed.
Both the Board Water Commissioners and Manchester’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to authorize funding in the amount of $6,150,000 for this project on June 16, 2016 and October 4, 2016, respectively. A public notice will be published by the Manchester Water Works and a 30-day comment period will be held in accordance with the DWSRF rules.
The full document is available at, and comments may be addressed to the following locations: Philip W. Croasdale, 281 Lincoln St., Manchester NH 03103, and NHDES Attn: Allyson Gourley, Environmental Review Coordinator, PO Box 95, 29 Hazen Dr., Concord NH 03302-0095.
The City of Manchester Water Works has contracted with N. Granese & Sons to clean and line water mains on Maple Street between Webster Street and Blodget Street and Ash Street between Webster Street and Blodget Street. The work is scheduled to start April 10, 2017 and take approximately 2 months to complete. Effected customers will be put on water main bypass to minimize disruptions to service.
If you have any questions or concerns about this water main improvement project please call Mike Adams at 603-624-6494.
Free! Blood Pressure Screenings by the students from MCPHS University Physician Assistant program.
The state of New Hampshire recently confirmed that the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive insect from Asia that has killed millions of ash trees nationwide, has been found in Manchester, joining a growing list of New Hampshire towns. In an effort to slow the spread of this insect, the state has issued a quarantine on the movement of all ash materials, as well as all hardwood firewood and wood chips, coming out of and through Hillsborough, Rockingham, Belknap, and Merrimack counties. The Merrimack county quarantine has been in effect since 2013.
Please visit http://nhbugs.org/emerald-ash-borer for specific quarantine details. This website also contains information concerning many aspects of EAB, including how to identify it and what options you have to protect your ash trees..
To report evidence of EAB, please call either:
- NH Division of Forests & Lands – (603) 271-2214
- Pierra Siegart, State Entomologist – (603) 271-2561
- Manchester Division of Parks, Recreation, & Cemeteries – (603) 624-6444 x5350
City of Manchester, New Hampshire Receives RWJF Culture of Health Prize For Efforts that Give All Residents the Chance to Thrive
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Recognizes the City of Manchester, NH for Weaving a Culture of Health throughout the Community’s Fabric
Manchester, NH (September 14, 2016) Manchester is one of seven winners of the 2016 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted solely to health. The Prize honors communities for their efforts to ensure all residents have the opportunity to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives.
Manchester is being nationally recognized for bringing partners together to rally around a shared vision of health, drawing especially on the wisdom, voice, and experience of residents themselves. Chosen from nearly 200 applicant communities across the country, Manchester’s award winning efforts include its response to the emerging opioid and heroin epidemic—which has successfully mobilized first responders, community organizations, and health care providers to connect residents with critical treatment services. When over half of the City’s school children became enrolled in free and reduced meals, city leaders in partnership with residents worked to transform schools in the city’s most socioeconomically disadvantaged areas into neighborhood health and education hubs. Former textile mills have been converted into high-tech spaces and outdoor recreation areas, spurring economic growth and providing more opportunities for physical activity. Funders are collaboratively investing in new ways to bring projects to scale.
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Do you have concerns about falling? A Matter of Balance can help
Many older adults experience concerns about falling and so they start to restrict their activities. A Matter of Balance is an evidence based program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels. Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise will be offering this program at the William Cashin Senior Center beginning Friday, June 2nd. Classes will be held on Fridays from 1:30 – 3:00 PM for 8 weeks. The fee for the full 8 week program is $15. In the Matter of Balance program, you will learn to view falls as controllable, set goals for increasing activity, make changes to reduce fall risks at home, and exercise to increase strength and balance. So, if you have concerns about falls, have restricted activities due to the fear of falling, or are interested in improving your balance, strength, and flexibility, then consider taking a Matter of Balance. Call (603)624-6533 to register. If you have any questions, please call Fred Daniels (Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise) at 603-880-0488.
The Manchester Water Works will be removing stands of Red Pine Timber over the next five years in response to the eminent threat of severe mortality by the invasive Red Pine Scale Insect. This insect has caused widespread devastation throughout New England over the last fifty years and has recently arrived in New Hampshire and has had a profound impact. The Manchester Water Works has been working with NH Forest Health Specialist to determine a course of action. This has resulted in the careful planning to remove all Red Pine Trees on the Massabesic Watershed Properties. The specific cutting equipment selected for harvest is intended to protect the remaining large and especially small trees and to prepare a seedbed for new regeneration and growth of seedlings and saplings. The layout and design of these harvest operations will utilize State of New Hampshire Best Management Practice for Erosion Control. The Red Pine Stands exist in around 20 separate tree stands totaling around 400 acres and the plan is to cut about 80 acres per year over the next four years (80 acres were cut in 2014).
Red Pine Poster
Red Pine Scale Presentation
Manchester Water Works Introduces
Service Line Protection Plan
Did you know that you own the water service line from your property line into your home? Many people are surprised when they learn that they own and are responsible for the repair and maintenance of the water service line from your property line into your home. We know you have received at least two solicitations this year alone proposing to protect you against expenses due to such a leak.
MWW is prepared to handle the leak in your water service.… including: Expenses related to repair work such as costs to shut off your water service; hiring a contractor to replace or repair your leaking water service line; patching your driveway and re-sodding your lawn and turning your service back on assuring a tight repair.
Leave it to us… Make just one call and have Manchester Water Works take care of it. Save yourself the inconvenience and potentially thousands of dollars in repairs by enrolling today in the Manchester Water Works Service Line Protection Plan!
Homeowner’s Insurance isn’t the answer… Most homeowner insurance policies do not cover the cost of repairing or replacing water service lines and, even if it did, there’s typically a large deductible that must be paid first. Now, there is a simple way to avoid costly repairs to your water service line. Enroll in the Manchester Water Works Service Line Protection Plan and gain peace of mind knowing that if you suddenly have a leak, Manchester Water Works will take care of everything.
Guaranteed for an the introductory price of $75… Enroll in the Service Line Protection Plan and Manchester Water Works will take care of the repair and replacement of your leaking water service connection from the property line up to your shut off valve in the basement. If you have a leak from your water service, just call us, and we’ll handle it – for the low cost of just $75 annually. Our authorized service person will be dispatched to your home to take care of the problem.
Peace of Mind... It’s easy to see why the Service Line Protection Plan is such a great value. Enroll Today! Enrolling in the Service Line Protection Plan is easy. You can pay the $75 annual fee by check, money order, or add it to your regular water bill. To enroll, call our customer service number at 1-603-624-6494 or on-line Enroll today, and you’ll never have to worry about expensive water line repairs again.
Eligibility… To be eligible for the Service Line Protection coverage, you must own or have a written legal responsibility and authority to provide maintenance for the water service line (and associated parts) to your residential dwelling (up to 2 unit multi-family). Customers on private lines are not eligible. The service line can be no greater than one (1) inch in diameter and must conform to the design standards of MWW’s Rules and Regulations. MWW reserves the right to deny plan coverage for any reason.
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Sign Up Today for Service Line Protection! Call 1-603-624-6494