Over 80 Years of Service to Hooksett

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.

Water Use

Water Use

Drinking water is a precious natural resource. Hooksett Village Water Precinct is committed to reducing water losses, water waste and water use in accordance with our State-approved Water Conservation Plan.

Water Quality

Water Quality

Although all drinking water supplies are vulnerable to water contamination from natural sources and human activities, municipal public water systems such as ours are heavily regulated and monitored to ensure that water quality is safe and clean.

Safe. Clean. Good for you. Try some tap water... you'll never go back.


10,000 Gallons of Water

The average household's leaks can account for more than 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year, or the amount of water needed to wash 270 loads of laundry.


A gallon of safe, clean, reliable drinking water from the Hooksett Village Water Precinct typically costs you about 1.6¢ PER GALLON.


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Investing in the Future of Hooksett

The Water Commissioners are committed to proactively addressing our aging infrastructure and to improving the system for both growth and sustainability. Click below to learn more about our Capital Improvement and Asset Management programs.

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Pay by credit or debit card today

Click below to set up your account or pay online. The fee for using this service is $4.25 per transaction or 3% of the total bill (whichever is larger). This fee DOES NOT go to the Hooksett Village Water Precinct.
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Tank Construction Project

Initially conceived in the 1970s, we are thrilled to finally be moving forward with this project! The Precinct built a new one million-gallon water storage tank to service the Village in 2018-19 ("Phase 1"). To do this, the Precinct secured a $1.85M low-interest loan from the State of NH and set aside capital reserve funds and budgeted monies. We then secured $2.46M in additional loan/grant funds to complete Phase 2, which will (a) improve the connection of the new tank to the water main on RT3A and (b) replace the old tank at the intersection of Main Street and RT3.

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