Due to the Covid 19 outbreak, we are asking that if you do need to contact the Water Precinct, please do so by phone 526-4441
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a water emergency, please call 526-2626 for New London Dispatch and they will contact us.
Fire Hydrant Ordinance
Per RSA 231:36, any person who places snow, ice or other debris which covers a fire hydrant so as to make it inaccessible for immediate use in the event of a fire, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Please notify your landscaping and snow removal personnel to avoid placing snow, ice or other debris on or around fire hydrants near your property.
NEW LONDON - SPRINGFIELD WATER SYSTEM PRECINCT
Welcome to the New London-Springfield Water System Precinct Web page This page was created by our staff in an effort to better serve our users. We hope you find our site useful. The New London Springfield Water System Precinct is governed by an elected board of three commissioners. The commissioners meet the the first Monday of the first full week in every month. These meetings are posted. The Precinct employs a Part-time Secretary/Bookkeeper, a full time Superintendent, and two full time Operators. The Billing office is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The Superintendent's office is open Monday though Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. The offices are located at 73 Old Dump Rd. New London, NH All meetings are held at the office at 73 Old Dump Road unless otherwise noted.
High Water Bill?
Check your toilets for leaks.
Place food coloring in your tank before you go to bed.
If the food coloring is in the bowl in the morning,
you have a leak.
New London-Springfield Water System Precinct would like to remind our customers to help conserve water.
- Water lawn and plants only as they require, when the grass is dull green and you can see your footprint as you walk on it.
- Watering by hand allows you to place the water where needed.
- If you need to water a large area, use soaker hoses and timers.
- Water early mornings for best results.
More information available at "Water Conservation" . Thank you.