Press Releases/What’s New


Railroad Crossing Replacement on Barberry Lane Starting April 16th

April 16, 2018

Finishing the reconstruction of the railroad crossing on Green Street this week (reopening intermittently Monday, April 16th), the New Hampshire Department of Transportation’s contractor, Northeast Earth Mechanics, Inc., will begin reconstructing the railroad crossing on Barberry Lane this Monday, April 16th. The roadway at the track crossing will be closed during the construction activity, detour routes will be established.


Bridge Street area reconstruction concluding this week

April 16, 2018

Portions of Bridge Street, spanning Hill Street and Deer Street as well as the intersection of Deer and Bridge Streets, have been closed since December in order to complete sewer and utility work associated with the construction of the Foundry Place parking garage.


Weekend work to continue periodically at Peirce Island Wastewater Treatment Facility

April 13, 2018

The City plans to continue to authorize Saturday and/or Sunday construction work to take place on the Peirce Island Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade.  This is a continuation of weekend work that was authorized throughout the winter depending on the weather. The scheduling of weekend construction work will be determined weekly based on work sequencing, the weather and public events.


Public Meeting on Elwyn Park Neighborhood Paving & Sidewalks Tuesday, April 10th

April 10, 2018

Paving throughout the Elwyn Park neighborhood will begin this month. A public meeting to review paving and sidewalk plans for this area will be held at the Department of Public Works on Tuesday, April 10th at 6:30 p.m.

Minor impacts are expected during this work which will take about a month to complete. For full details on the scope of this project (shown below), please visit the Pavement Maintenance projects on our construction map.


Chestnut Street Project to Resume April 9th

April 9, 2018

Construction activity at the Chestnut Street block, which includes The Music Hall, will resume on Monday, April 9th. Currently, preparation work such as roof drain downspout connections, subsurface brick work on the sewer manholes and some brick work restoration is taking place.

Heavier construction for this project will include the installation of the new streetscape components including seat walls, site lighting, installation of granite banding at crosswalks, and decorative pavement.