7 Riverside Street
Hooksett, NH 03106
Tel: 603-485-3392


The Hooksett Village Water Precinct provides safe, clean water for drinking and fire protection purposes to residents, businesses, institutions and visitors in the Hooksett Village area, in Hooksett, NH. We are proud to serve our community.

Welcome to our website!


Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Hooksett Public Library

Please join us for an Informational Session and Discussion at the Library on October 24th at 6:30 pm to get an overview of the water system, its challenges/opportunities, budgeting/rates and the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).

We welcome your questions regarding meters, pipes, leaks, water quality, rates, etc.


The Precinct has secured a $1.85M low-interest loan from the State of NH and is planning to build a new one million-gallon water storage tank in 2018. Construction may begin as early as May-June. The purpose of the project is to replace an undersized, deteriorated, solitary water storage tank currently serving thousands of residents, businesses and institutions in the Hooksett Village area with safe drinking water and essential fire protection. The NH Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) has identified the tank as a Significant Deficiency and is requiring immediate action. Based on a detailed engineering evaluation of alternative solutions, the construction of a new and larger tank on land owned by the Precinct at the Pike quarry west of I93 was determined to be the best option. The new tank will be connected to the existing water system via a transmission main buried below I93 just north of Exit 11 and a distribution main extending below RT3A just north of the future rotary at Hackett Hill Road. We are aware that some residents in the project area will be temporarily inconvenienced by the construction process. We appreciate your patience and caution, and will do our best to keep you informed of the project’s progress. If you would like more information, please contact our office.

Tank Project Overview Plan

Hope to see you there!

Mike Heidorn

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