Manchester is proud to announce the selection of Courtney Lindberg as the Deputy Director of Public Works for Sustainability & Materials Management.
Manchester Health Department, in partnership with First Choice Health Centers, will host a series of free mobile COVID-19 testing events. Find out More!
We're thrilled to announce a new menu of Rec on the Run offerings this fall with on-site, pick-up, and delivery options for Manchester residents!
Join this Zoom Meeting and help shape the future of Manchester’s Parks, Facilities and Recreation Services. Learn More!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Manchester Road Race will not be holding its annual Thanksgiving Day event. In place of the traditional event hosted by the Manchester Road Race Committee, a Virtual ManchesterRoad Race (VMRR) event will be held from November 19th to November 25th.
During the week of Nov. 2nd, the Town of Manchester Highway Department will be out collecting leaves in order to test all equipment prior to the start of Leaf collection on Nov. 9th.
The Parks and Facilities Master Plan project kicked into high gear this weekend as hundreds of Manchester residents participated in a community engagement special event, Trick or Treat for OurParks.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted much of the global economy, leading to historic levels of unemployment and business failures. The pandemic-related economic slowdown has disproportionately impacted small local businesses, as they often have lower margins and less of a financial cushion to withstand prolonged shocks.
The Manchester Board of Directors approved a proclamation September 15 - October 15, 2020 as HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH in Manchester.
The Town of Manchester Water Department is continuing its call for water conservation from all citizens, businesses, institutions, and users of the potable water supply because the levels of the Town’s reservoirs are still below 70 percent (62.2%) of capacity due to the lack of precipitation.
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