The Foundry Place Garage on Deer Street is scheduled to be open in October 2018. Pass holder rates at Foundry Place are just $100 for City of Portsmouth residents, and $125 for non-residents. For a resident monthly parker considering a move from Hanover to Foundry Place, this represents a savings of $900 annually.
The intersection of US Route 1 (Lafayette Road) and Lang Road has been a safety concern for the City of Portsmouth, the Town of Rye and the State of New Hampshire for some time. Given that Lang Road is a City road and US Route 1 is a State road, both the City and NHDOT worked together on a Road Safety Audit of the intersection to analyze hazards and potential improvements. The Audit identified a preferred option of a connector roadway between Longmeadow Road and Lang Road in order to alleviate the Lang Road intersection safety issues.
The Portsmouth Department of Public Works will be hosting a public meeting to discuss the construction phase of the utility and neighborhood reconstruction project within the Hanover Street area on Thursday, September 27th beginning at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall in Conference Room A.
Beginning on Thursday, September 27th, crews will be paving on Market Street spanning from where the Albacore Museum is located up to the Woodbury Avenue intersection. The commercial portion of Woodbury Avenue will also be paved from Market Street to the Newington Town line. This work, which will include significant traffic impacts, is expected to continue for the following eight nights.
You are invited to a…
The Portsmouth Planning Department and Planning Board are welcoming public input on the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for Fiscal Year 2020 to 2025. The Planning Board will be making a public presentation regarding the CIP process and schedule on Thursday, September 20th.
A Cemetery Tour with the Gravestone Girls
Join us for a guided exploration of the Proprietor’s Burial Ground!
NaNoWriMo: National Novel Writing Month
Local History Talk
The U.S. Postal Service will hold a meeting on Wednesday, September 19th at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall to discuss the potential relocation of the post office that is now at the McIntyre Federal Building. The public is welcome to attend this meeting to discuss options and possible plans moving forward.