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Josiah Carpenter Library Board of Trustees

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Solid Waste Facility

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S. Pittsfield Community Ctr

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List of Town Organizations


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Waste Water Treatment Facility



The Waste Water Facility has just completed Phase 1, which involved upgrading the septic area and cleaning the lagoons.  Phase 2, which is in the beginning stages involved the acquisition of the Balcastro property for affluent percolation to eliminate the Suncook River as an outlet for treated affluent. 



Pittsfield Receives Department of Environmental Services Septage Grant Funds

Project increases state septage capacity


DES has awarded $33,504 to the town of Pittsfield for creating innovative alternative septage treatment. These funds represent

DES Commissioner Nolin (right) presents a check to Pittsfield town officials, Arthur Morse and Ron Vein.

the first monies from the newly-created state funded septage disposal grant program, referred to as the State Aid Grant Plus (SAG Plus). The award reimburses the town 50 percent of eligible costs incurred while conducting the pilot project. DES Commissioner Michael Nolin presented the grant to the town at a ceremony held at the Pittsfield Town Hall in August. This award ceremony was designed to recognize the leadership efforts of town officials and the importance of innovative and alternative technologies to increase the state's septage disposal capacity.


Pittsfield's two-year project, which involved a public/private partnership with Bill Gosse of Gosse Septic Service, resulted in the town's wastewater treatment plant being able to significantly increase its septage disposal capacity. During the 2003-2004 project, Pittsfield Water Pollution Control Facility processed more than 1.3 million gallons of raw septage. The project showed that the facility could support as much as 3 million gallons per year with strict control on filtrate quality. In the first full year of operation following the project, the Pittsfield facility received 2.8 million gallons of septage


Increasing septage disposal capacity is important to the local residents and to the environment because it helps keep the costs associated with the proper maintenance of a septic system affordable. Approximately 80% of new development in the state relies on septic systems to treat sanitary wastes. Septic system failure poses a threat of contamination to the state's water resources and creates a public health problem. Additionally, this facility is important for New Hampshire because it expands our overall septage disposal capacity. Currently, New Hampshire has a deficit of septage disposal capacity as it sends 27% of septage generated out of state.


All New Hampshire municipalities have a statutory responsibility to provide or assure access to septage disposal for their residents. The SAG Plus was created through the efforts of the Septage Task Force and the New Hampshire Legislature as a proactive method of creating much needed additional disposal capacity. DES is presently working with communities around the state to increase their septage capacity through the SAG Plus Program.


For more information about the award presentation or SAG Plus, please contact Ray Gordon, DES septage coordinator, at (603) 271-3571 or





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~ Public Notices ~

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Request For Bids 

The Town of Pittsfield is accepting bids for the cleanup of a burned homesite at 136 Rocky Point Road.  The project will consist of removing the remains of the burned building, dismantling and burying or removing the crumbled foundation, and leveling out the land.

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Pittsfield Fire Department

Does your house have a number on it and is it clearly visible from the road? The Pittsfield Firefighters Association can help. More

Vontuteers Needed for the Emergency Shelter

The Emergency Managment Shelter Director is looking for volunteers to help in times on emergency.  Read More.

Foss Family Scholorship
All PMHS graduates extending their education beyond high school may apply for a scholarship to pursue a two-year or four-year degree or technical/trade school education.
Deadline: May 1, 2014
Info | Application

Sanderson Trust Fund
Click Here for the printable application for the Sanderson Trust Fund.

Concord Regional CrimeLine
Needs Your Help to stop crime! More.

Keep Our Kids Safe!
Take action to prevent underage alcohol parties Call TIPP (603) 226-3100

Food Pantry in Need of Donations!

Don't wait for a food drive! Bring in donations of any size. Click Here for a list of needed items!

Senior/Disabled Resident Call-in Program

Want the fire dept. to check on you daily? Click Here!

Neighborhood Watch

Call John Webber 435-7535

Click Here for more info and the Volunteer Citizens Patrol

Restaurant Owners

interested in providing kitchen scraps to local farmers for fertilizer or animal feed. Please contact. More

All Burning Requires a Permit!

Stop by the fire station or call 435-6807 for burning conditions and permits.

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Also see Cable Channel 24! Send Request for Ch.24

~ Things to do ~

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Old Home Day

Date: July 19, 2014

Theme: "Off to the Races"

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Weight Lost! ,

Tops is a not for profit take off lbs sensible program meeting are on Tues. More

Walk The Historical Trail!

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