updated January 1st 2015

The Plymouth Village Water & Sewer District’s Mission is to provide the highest quality water distribution and wastewater treatment possible.

The Commissioners and staff members primary responsibility is to the ratepayers.  In meeting   
  the needs of the District, we will strive for high quality and effective use of resources.  Fund 
  reserves are created to provide for both capital improvements and adverse conditions.  
  Customer requests must be serviced promptly and accurately.

Commissioners are also responsible for and will respect the dignity of employees and   recognize staff performance.  Compensation will be fair and adequate, and working  conditions clean, orderly and safe.

• The Commission and staff will respond to community needs.  District property will be 
  maintained in good condition; the District will work to protect the environment and natural 
Please Note that PVWS is not a member of Dig Safe.
Please contact our office to have Water and Sewer lines marked out before you dig.  Thank you.
Regular Commission meeting
are held the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month at 5:30pm unless otherwise noted at the District office
Old North Main St.
Commissioners Meetings are
Scheduled as follows:

February  9th 2016

District Elections - March 8th at Plymouth Elementary School
Polls OPEN from 8am - 7pm

Annual Meeting - March 10th 2016 at the Business Office
beginning at 7pm

All Meetings start at 5:30 P.M. unless otherwise noted and are held at the business office at 227 Old North Main St.

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Current project pictures below

NH DOT has completed the install of Smart Ditch along I-93 used to mitigate road salt from infiltrating the District's wells.

District Administrator Merelise O'Conner meets with representatives from the State of NH regarding road washout on Fairgrounds Road. 

Tenney Mt. Hwy Force Main Project

Water line replacement

Foster Street well #2 Submersible Install