Public Works

  1. NH Celebrates EPAs SepticSmart Week

    The Town of Hampton is participating in EPA’s SepticSmart Week, September 20-24. The week is designed to encourage homeowners and communities to care for and maintain their septic systems. The EPA has a website dedicated to SepticSmart Week. Read on...

Transfer Station Hours

Day of WeekHours Available
Monday8:00am - 3:00pm
TuesdayClosed
Wednesday8:00am - 3:00pm
Thursday12:00pm - 3:00pm
Friday8:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday8:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday8:00am - 3:00pm

FLOOD STUDY FINAL PRESENTATION AND REPORTS

Flooding table in water

On March 30, 2021, the Final Presentation regarding the Meadow Pond Flood and Hampton Harbor Flood Studies was made. To view the slides from the presentation or watch the recorded Team's Meeting, check out the Presentations Tab, OR click the links here:
The Final Reports have also been released.  There are two reports, one prepared by SLR for the Meadow Pond Area and one prepared by Hoyle Tanner Associates for the Hampton Harbor Area.  To review the reports, check out the Project Information Tab, OR click the links here:

As the Town moves forward additional updates will be posted.  We encourage those interested in reviewing the information on the Website and work that is being done by others including :
  • The Coastal Hazard Adaptation Team (Chat) has been working on recommendations to increase flood resiliency in Hampton.  The information can be found on SHEA's website. (Seabrook Hamptons Estuary Alliance)
  • On February 9, 2021, a presentation was made at the Hampton Beach Area Commission (HBAC) Coastal Resilience Symposium. To access the recordings they are located on the Town's Website under the Hampton Beach Area Commission or you can link here
  1. DPW Divisions
  2. Forms
  3. FAQs
  4. Reports to BOS
  5. Project Information

The Department of Public Works (DPW) is comprised of multiple divisions that serve the Town of Hampton: 

  • Engineering (Projects and Planning)
  • Highway
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)

Hot Topics!!

Fatberg

Do you know what a Fatberg is?  Well, it effects our WWTP and we need your help to make sure we are treating our sewers right so that you don't experience a sewer backup. Watch the video here to explain!! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rt1ihd3dOA

Although they may say it - flushable, DO NOT FLUSH THE WIPES!!   Save your pipes and ours - Watch the video!

Sea Level Rise

How much do you understand about Sea Level Rise? New Hampshire's coast is up to 7 inches higher than it was in 1950. The following Article discusses how more and more properties, roadways and our infrastructure are at risk.

https://sealevelrise.org/states/new-hampshire/