2nd May Meeting

Dear Customers,

Thank you to all the members of our District that came to the meeting last night.

Our next meeting for the month of May is set for the 29th, at 6:30pm at the American Legion.

As these meetings are public, everyone is welcome to attend.

May Meeting

Dear Customers,

Our 1st May Meeting will be held at the American Legion in the meeting rooms upstairs.

The meeting will be held TOMORROW, May 8th, at 6:30pm.

It is still open to the public, so we look forward to seeing you there.

Water District Meeting

Dear Customers,

Our next Water & Sewer District Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 8th at 6:30pm.

We are not certain about the location but we will inform our customers as soon as we know. Please refer back to this page or our Facebook page for updates.

Priority List

Dear Customers,

The following link is for the Priority List our Superintendent presented at the meeting last night. This list shows all of the projects we have going on down at the District as well as the urgency behind each one.

Please note, this list is on the draft stages still.

Priority List

Flow Testing

Dear Customers,

Today, Wright-Pierce is out performing flow tests on 5 hydrants in Town, They are collecting data to finalize the Asset Management Study.

There is a chance that you may experience discolored water. If so, please run COLD water until the discoloration disappears. Good rule of thumb is to collect the water in a white mug or cup to better see the discoloration.

If there are any questions, please feel free to call the Office at 603.742.8124.

Declaration of Candidacy

Starting today, January 23, you can fill out a Declaration of Candidacy for the Water & Sewer District.
The positions available include:

– One Commissioner for a 3 year term.
– One Commissioner for a 1 year term.
– One Treasurer for a 1 year term.
– one Clerk for a 1 year term.

Applications can be found at the Water District Office until February 1st, 2019.

The Office is open: Monday – Friday 7am – 3pm
The Clerk is in: Tuesday – Friday 8am – 1pm

Recent Lead & Copper Results

From our Superintendent, Ray McNeil;

“Based on our most recent Lead & Copper results, The Rollinsford Water and Sewer District is pleased to announce that we are currently in compliance with the Department of Environmental Services. This success comes from the collaboration of multiple organizations, the industrious efforts from our operators, and the continued support of our Commissioners. We were able to make accurate adjustments and corrections to our treatment process with technical support and information attained from the Corrosion Control Study performed by Wright-Pierce. The adjustments have helped stabilize the water quality entering into our distribution system allowing less chance for corrosion to accrue. DES engineer Cynthia Klevens provided information and technical support regarding this topic that was essential in the District’s accomplishment. Additionally, Cynthia was the bridge that connected RWSD with UNH’s Environmental Engineering Department. The technical support, additional labor, and resources that we received from Dr. Malley and the “Malley Cats” couldn’t have come at a better time. This success would have taken much longer to achieve without the additional help from these young up and coming Engineers. Thank you to Jullisa, Elizabeth, Stephanie, Andrea, and Alex for all you hard work and the positive impact that you have made in our community this summer!”

Lead & Copper Testing

Dear Customers,

We apologize for  any confusion regarding our latest Lead & Copper testing sample bottles that were delivered on November 15th, 2018. Unfortunately, the incorrect letter was printed and delivered alongside the sample bottles. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused. To avoid further confusion, we have attached the proper copy of the Lead & Copper Instruction Letter.

If there are ever any questions or concerns, please feel free to call our office at 603.742.8124, email us at rwsdclerk@gmail.com, or send us a message on Facebook.

Again, we apologize for any inconveniences or confusion the first letter might have caused.