Bristol has come a long way in 10 years and has a lot of improvements still to come! Check out the presentation that Select Board Chair Rick Alpers, Historic District Commission Member Dorcas Gordon and Town Administrator Nik Coates have made to tell the Story of Bristol Reborn. Stay tuned for an ucoming presentation in the community, too.
The Town of Bristol Water and Sewer Department will be cleaning sanitary sewer mains beginning 5/14/2018 and continue periodically for the following 4 weeks.
You may see the cleaning crew with a trailer mounted unit in the following areas:
Crescent Street, Tower Street, Green Street, Hillside Ave, Chandler Street/Chandler Street ROW, School Street / School ROW to North Main Across Kelly Park to Lake Street, Mayhew Street, Cedar, Winter, Spruce, Summer, Merrimack, Baker Street, Sugar Hill Drive.
If you live on one of these streets, we will attempt to contact you when we are cleaning the main In front of your property.
These sanitary sewer lines are cleaned using high performance sewer cleaning equipment.
A cleaning nozzle is propelled from one manhole to the next using water under high pressure.
The nozzle is then pulled back to the starting manhole. As the nozzle is pulled back, water scours the inside of the sanitary sewer pipe. Any debris in the pipe is pulled back with the water.
During cleaning of sanitary sewer lines, air occasionally vents into a home through the sanitary sewer service line and ventilation system.
It is beneficial at this time to keep the toilet lid down to help prevent splashing. This procedure may also remove the water in the traps in your home. Please run the water for a few seconds in all sinks, tubs, showers and flush the toilet in order to fill your traps.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Bristol, New Hampshire, incorporated in 1819, is a beautiful New England town that encompasses the southern portion of Newfound Lake, the fifth largest lake in the State. Bristol is located just twenty five miles northwest of Concord, New Hampshire, New Hampshire's capital. Bristol offers all the benefits of small town living, remaining close to major recreational attractions and business centers. The Town of Bristol has a year round population of approximately 3,300 and a seasonal summer population of approximately 6,500 inhabitants. Town employees, those involved in local government and all of the many volunteers who give so generously of their time are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our residents, businesses, and visitors. We welcome you to our Town website!
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TOWN OF BRISTOL
Bristol Board of Selectmen will hold a Public Hearing on June 7, 2018
at 6:00pm at the Bristol Town Offices, 230 Lake Street, Bristol, New
Hampshire. Community Development Block Grant funds are available to
municipalities through the NH Community Development Finance Authority.
Up to $500,000 annually is available on a competitive basis for Public
Facility and Housing Projects, up to $500,000 for Economic Development
Projects, and up to $350,000 for Emergency Activities that directly
benefit low and moderate income persons. Up to $12,000 per study is
available for Planning Grants. The purpose of the hearing is to update
the public on, and take public comment, on the progress of the
following CDBG project:
For persons with special needs, provisions can be made by contacting the Selectmen’s Office
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