Ann’s Lane Improvements Update

The work on Ann’s Lane will be wrapping up for this construction season. The roadway is scheduled to be paved with base coat on Saturday October 20th, weather depending. This is NOT the final pavement surface but will remain this way throughout the winter. This is being done to allow for any potential settlement within the trenches so that the final pavement in the spring is done without settling issues. We will be cleaning up the shoulder areas and working on driveways once the paving operations are completed this fall and again once the final pavement is placed in the spring.
If you have any questions, please contact the Public Works Department at 603-926-3202.

Final Adopted Transportation Update to the Hampton Beach Area Master Plan

Click here for Final documentation.

2018 November 6th General Election

Click here for the Sample Ballot of the 2018 November Election.  It will be held at Winnacunnet High School on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 from 7:00am until 8:00pm.

Asset Management Software

To view the Asset Management Software presentation given at the Board of Selectmen meeting on Monday night please CLICK HERE

Coakley Landfill Group Right-to-Know Superior Court Case Decision.

Click Here: to download the Notice Of Decision By the State Judicial Branch on the Coakley Landfill Group Right-to-Know Superior Court Case Decision.


Today’s PRC meeting is cancelled. The applicant wishes to be continued to October 24, 2018 (Next PRC meeting Date). Thank you.


Part of Aquarion Water Company’s work in running the water system in Hampton, North Hampton and Rye is performing preventive maintenance on the system, including cleaning the water mains.

Water main cleaning will start on Monday, September 10 and proceed through November. Work will be performed on weekdays between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. Affected street information will be updated daily on our water main cleaning hotline at 1-800-203-7000 and under our alert listings at,NH.



The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announces bridge repairs are scheduled to begin on Monday, September 10, 2018 on the NH Route 101 bridge over Tide Mill Creek in Hampton.

 This bridge deck preservation project will require lane shifts in each direction and is expected to take six weeks to complete. The advisory speed limit through the work zone will be 35 MPH.

How to Watch CH22 Meetings

Hampton’s Channel 22 has gone through an upgrade from the original analog system to a digital system.  This should provide better video and audio of the Town’s committee meetings.   The system is presently in the configuration period.    Part of this upgrade includes a new playback and a new “Video on Demand” (VOD) system.  All meetings starting July 1, 2018 will be posted on the new VOD website which accommodates HD videos.  Both the older videos and the new VOD website addresses can be found under “Quick Links” on the right side of Hampton’s Home page,  If you presently watch Channel 22 on your computer and have bookmarked the site, a new bookmark will need to be created.

Coakley Landfill Information

Please click here for the Coakley Landfill Information.