public facilities

NHDES REMINDER: Public Pools & Spas Must be Registered with State

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is reminding owners and operators of public bathing facilities (PBFs), including cities and towns, they are required by New Hampshire law to register all existing and new public pools or spas with the state, conduct an annual fee-based self-certification of each existing facility and certify that the PBF is operated under the supervision of a certified pool operator.

Informational Webinar on New Federal Incentives for Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy

 Join us for this informational session hosted by the office of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and the New Hampshire Municipal Association (NHMA) to learn more about new federal incentives for energy efficiency and clean energy in the Inflation Reduction Act that was signed into law in August 2022.

Join your host, NHMA's Government Finance Advisor Katherine Heck, and Senator Shaheen's team of experts who will review the tax incentives, rebates and other investments to build a cleaner energy economy and lower energy costs for families, business and communities.

Parks and Recreation Departments are the Fabric of our Communities

The information contained in this article is not intended as legal advice and may no longer be accurate due to changes in the law. Consult NHMA's legal services or your municipal attorney.