High Tide Initiative Press Release

The Rockingham Planning Commission in collaboration with the Town of Hampton will have a High Water Mark Initiative Launch Event unveiling a new sign at the Hampton Transfer Station (front gate off of Hardardt’s Way) on Thursday June 27, 2018 at 11 am to launch awareness of the 100- year coastal storm flood level and future projected sea levels. For more information click here to see the attached press release.

Temporary Lot Closure – Church Street

The Church Street Residential and Lease Holder Parking Lots will be closed beginning Tuesday June 19, 2018 until the completion of the installation of the Temporary Forcemain being placed from the Pump Station to the WWTP. It is anticipated that this installation will take about 8 days and the majority of these parking areas will be able to reopen prior to the Fourth of July.

During this temporary closure 60 residential parking spaces will be available, to residents with residential parking stickers, in the Church Street Day Parking Lot (across the street) in the designated spaces as directed by the parking attendant and/or signage. These spaces will be on a first come first serve basis. Lease Holders will also be able to park at the Church Street Day Parking Lot with their Placard. Overnight Parking will be allowed.

If there are any questions please call the Town Managers Office at 603-929-5908.


Coakley Landfill Information

Please click here for the Coakley Landfill Information.

Planning Board – No Meeting July 4th~Holiday

All applications that would normally be heard on the first Wednesday of July (July 4th) will be heard on Wednesday, July 18th.

Church Street Pump Station Force Main Evaluation

Church Street Pump Station Force Main Evaluation completed by Weston & Sampson.  To see the full report click here.

2018 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

This event is for residents of Hampton and will be held on Saturday June 23rd, 2018 from 8:00am – 12:00pm.  Click the link below to find out what you can bring.


Click here to find out more information.

Attention Voters

You can check your party status at the town office or by contacting the state at https://app.sos.nh.gov and clicking on party information.

Seasonal Laborers for the Department of Public Works

The Town of Hampton Public Works Department is accepting applications for seasonal laborers in the following sections:

  • Highway (3)
  • Wastewater Treatment Plan (1)
  • Rubbish/Recycling Collection (5)
  • Transfer Station (1)
  • Beach Crew Supervisor (1)
  • Beach Crew (6)

Seasonal work will begin in late June and continues for a maximum 13 weeks. Job positions require physical labor and are dependent upon successful pre-employment screening including background check, driving record and drug and alcohol screening. Applicants must be 18 years of age (with the exception of Beach Crew, minimum age 16) and may apply in person at the Public Works Department on Hardardt’s Way Hampton NH. If there are any questions please feel free to call 603-926-3202. The Town of Hampton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Private Well Testing

Link to NH DES PFOA Investigation Well-Testing Request Form:

call Derek Bennett, NHDES 603-271-8520

Two Day NOAA Tide Predictions

Click Here to View the NOAA Two Day Tide Projections