Water Restored Around Willey Street

Water service in the Willey Street area has been restored. If you observe any discoloration in the water and/or spurting due to air in the line, please run the faucet until your water is clear and cold.
We also apologize for the unexpected water shut off this afternoon. It was not a planned shut-off and was due to an unforeseen situation in the Willey / Prospect intersection. We do not anticipate there being additional shut-offs to service this week during construction; however, we will notify affected households if necessary. We appreciate your patience throughout this project.

Willey Street/Prospect Street Road Closures Beginning 5.3.21

The Willey Street Pipe Replacement Project is scheduled to begin Monday, May 3rd. The intersection of Willey Street and Prospect Street will be closed for at least the first week of the project. As the work progresses, there will be a point where it moves down closer to the Locust Street end of Willey and, at that time, the Locust/Willey intersection will be closed. Signs will be posted throughout the duration of the project to indicate all detours and road closures. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

RWSD Subcommittee Meeting 8.17.20

RWSD Sub-Committee
Staffing Study – Employee Benefits Workshop    

Date: Monday, August 17th

Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Virtual/Online Zoom Meeting

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Moderate Drought Conditions

Southern New Hampshire is currently in a moderate drought which impacts groundwater levels. The Select Board is monitoring the situation and is not imposing a water restriction as authorized by Ordinance 2016-02 at this time. However, the Town asks that whether you receive your water from the Rollinsford Water Sewer District or a private well that you be mindful of the situation. Drought conditions also increase the risk of fire.

For more information read the ordinance for actions you may take proactively and visit the website of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to learn more about the situation, the implications and outlook.

Water District Commissioner Opening

The Rollinsford Water & Sewer District (RWSD) is looking for a committed person in the District willing to be appointed a Commissioner. A person wishing to be appointed must both live in the District and be a registered voter. Commissioners are charged with the responsibility of overseeing the District’s efforts to deliver drinking water and see that wastewater (sewage) is processed in a responsible manner within the confines of a municipally imposed budget. Interested candidates should be ready to assume the burden of that balance. An understanding of basic accounting, construction, industrial operations, responsible business operations or related skills as well as an appreciation for the limitations of budgeting laws in NH Municipalities are desirable.

Interested individuals should contact the Clerk of the District by phone at 603-742-8124 or by email and the Chair of the Commissioners, Verne Crosier, at 603-749-9210 or by email explaining why they would wish to be appointed Commissioner.