|Address:||143 Main Street
PO Box 310
Belmont, NH 03220-0310
|Phone:||603-267-8300 x 120
|Hours:||Monday-Friday, 7:00am - 4:00pm|
|Water Department Manager|
Provide safe and pleasant water to Belmont residents within the distribution system. Provide adequate supply of water needed for fire suppression.
Confirm Map Data with Water Department
- Distribution system maintenance
- New service connections - New Service Connection applications are available at the Belmont Town Hall in the Water and Land Use Offices.
- Service shut offs and connections
- Water meter maintenance and repair
- Water testing services are not provided by the Belmont Water Department though many local businesses do offer water testing, including the Laconia Water Works Department.
- Quarterly Billing - Service fees are billed quarterly based on water meter readings
- See Town Clerk's Webpage for more payment information
Tax Collector's Office
PO Box 310
Belmont, NH 03220
|Hand Deliver to:
Tax Collector's Office
143 Main Street, Belmont
Questions regarding a bill should be directed to the Water Department office.
|Belmont Water Regulations||NH Department of Environmental Services
|Water Service Application||We're For Water
NH DES Water Conservation Program
|2016 Report Card on Water Quality-Belmont
2016 Report Card on Water Quality-Rte 3 (Laconia)
|2015 Report Card on Water Quality|
|2014 Report Card on Water Quality
||2013 Report Card on Water Quality
|1968 Engineering Report & Map|
| Water System Asset Management Plan Highlights
| NH DES Be Well Informed Guide
Information and Guidance for Treating Private Well Water
Aquifer and Groundwater Protection
The towns of Belmont, Northfield, and Tilton are very fortunate, in regards to our existing and potential future needs for drinking water, to be located on a large stratified drift aquifer. Water is the most basic of resources, and the three towns have a great responsibility to assure that we preserve water quality and conserve water quantity for future generations. Each of our towns recognizes that we share this valuable resource and agree that there is the need for continued collaborative drinking water resource planning. In order for one town's efforts to be effective, they must be complemented by actions in each of the other towns. Thoughtful planning which works to balance economic growth with groundwater protection will assist our towns in maintaining the viability of common drinking water resources into the future.
What Can you Do to Protect Water Quality?
Water Efficiency Tips
|Aquifer Project Summary||Aquifer Map|
|Protecting Shared Drinking Water Resources|| Aquifer Best Management Practices Guidebook
|Aquifer Ordinance||Non-Residential Inspection Forms|
Privately Owned Registered Water Users
Other Registered Water Suppliers within the community are privately owned/managed. A full list of those systems can be obtained from the NH Department of Environmental Service One-Stop Data Search Tool. Check "Registered Water User" as the specific area of interest and "Belmont" as the Town/City.
Water Meter Replacement Project - 2014-2015
Belmont looks forward to increased water meter and billing accuracy resulting in increased conservation.
Read more in the Winter, 2015, Supply Lines with The Source, Newsletter of the NHDES Drinking Water & Groundwater Bureau.
Town of Belmont Water Meter Replacement Project, Public Information – FAQ Sheet
In 1893 the Belmont Acquaduct Company constructed the municipal water system. Three wells were dug on Windmill Hill and the reservoir was constructed with a capacity of 115,000 gallons. Water was conducted to houses through wooden (logs) pipes which were banded with iron. Late in the same year the town voted to purchase the assets of this Company for $9,000. Included in the purchase were twenty hydrants, 500 feet of hose, a hose carriage and fire fighting tools.
Rhodes, Wallace P. with assistance and guidance of the Centennial Book Committee Reminiscences of a New Hampshire Town The Belmont Centennial 1869-1969