Church Street Pumping Station Parking Lots

The Church Street Pumping Station Residential and Lease Parking Lots will be reopened Friday afternoon July 13th. Lease Holder Parking Spaces will be designated with signage and the remaining spaces within both lots opened for residential parking on a first come first serve basis.

It is expected that all users of the temporary parking spaces provided across the street have their cars moved back to the Church Street Pumping Station Lots by Saturday morning at 8 am.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we completed the construction of the temporary forcemain piping.


High Tide Warnings July 11th to July 17th

Beginning in the early morning hours Saturday (July 14th) and continuing until Tuesday (July 17th) there are high tides expected greater than 10.0 Ft. Please take the necessary precautions to move your vehicles, tie down trash and recycling containers and be aware that there may be areas of flooding.


For more information on the specific timing and remaining tides for the month you can visit

Planning Office

The Planning Office will be closing at noon on Friday, July 13th.  It will re-open on Monday, July 16th at 8:00 a.m. Thank you.

Where to Park at Hampton Beach

Download the Hampton Beach Mobile App.

To do so text HAMPTONFUN to 555888

The App provides parking information (hours of operation, daily costs and availability) for 11 parking areas along Hampton Beach. Lots that are participating include N.H. State Parks, Town of Hampton, Hampton Beach Village District and Hampton Area Chamber member business owners.  Along with the parking information, the App contains information on where to stay, eat, and shop.  It also contains daily event schedules.


The Hampton Planning Board is seeking letters of interest from residents interested in serving as a Planning Board Alternate. Interested individuals can either submit a letter to the attention of the Hampton Planning Office, 100 Winnacunnet Road or via email to the Town Planner, Jason Bachand at Questions may be directed to the Planning Office at 929-5913. Requests must be received by 12:00 PM on Friday, August 3, 2018.

Coakley Landfill Information

Please click here for the Coakley Landfill Information.

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.

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 


2018 Important Date Calendars


The New Hampshire Municpal Association has published the 2018 Important Date Calendars for Local Officials. 

Click the link to download your own.