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Visit the Garbage, Recycling, and Compost page to see a what will be collected this week.

If you want to find out your street’s schedule for pickup, you can view the pickup schedule by street name document.

You can find that information here.

You can always check out the Community Events Calendar to see all events happening in Hampton, including free swimming and skating time slots.

You can add or submit an event for the calendar by filling out a webform here

Your information will be emailed to us and we will have your event posted by the end of the next business day. We reserve the right to withhold any postings that do not include enough information or that may not be Hampton-related.

Click here for the latest Hampton community newsletter.

Click here for the latest town news.

The Town of Hampton provides regular residential large item garbage pick-up, including appliances, furniture and other oversized household goods acceptable to the Fundy Region Solid Waste Commission. Item should only be placed curbside no earlier than the evening before the schedule pick-up to not impede snow removal efforts and to avoid items becoming water-logged.

Click here to submit a request for large item pickup.

Although the Town of Hampton Public Works crew regularly patrol streets to identify potholes and other road deficiencies, potholes can develop quickly when temperatures begin to hover around zero degrees.

Pothole complaints are addressed on both a priority and a scheduling basis. You can submit a pothole complaint by completing this webform.

If your vehicle is damaged because of striking a pothole, we suggest:

  • Do not continue to drive your vehicle if it is not operating properly
  • Record the exact location of the pothole and report it to the Town
  • Have the vehicle inspected by a licensed mechanic
  • You may wish to contact your insurance broker or insurer as you may have coverage for this type of vehicle damage

911 Emergency Service, Mail Delivery, Delivery Service and most Utility hook-ups require a valid Civic Address. Civic Addresses must be posted to receive any municipal services. We can’t help you if we can’t find you!

You can request a civic address by completing this webform

You can order a civic number plate (blue & white reflective) at the Rothesay Fire Department located at 7 Campbell Dr., Rothesay. Drop in any time or call (506) 848-6601. The cost is $15 per civic plate. You can also contact the New Brunswick 911 Bureru toll-free at 1-888-353-4444 or email to find a supplier of blue civic plates near you.

Every property owner must display their civic address in a way that is clearly visible from the main roadway leading to the home or business.

All dogs residing within the limits of Hampton are required to be registered and wear a dog tag.

Dog owners can register their dogs by calling 1-877-722-1522 or by visiting

Click here for a list of available employment opportunities with the Town of Hampton.

Click here for housing listings in the Hampton area.

Check out the Start a Business page to find out about all the advantages of starting a business in Hampton. You can also find valuable resources on the Business Resources page to find out about zoning, by-laws, and community development partners.

Check out the Contact page for contact information for the Town of Hampton and the various town departments.

Visit the by-laws and reports page for up-to-date list of Town of Hampton by-laws.

Visit the Business Resources page for information on permit applications, or to download an application or submission form. You can also contact the office of Building and Development for more information.

The Town of Hampton Regular Town Council Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month, at 7pm, in the Council Chambers (lower level) of the Municipal Office at 27 Centennial Rd Hampton. Council meetings are open to the public.

If you would like to appear before council, you must submit this webform by noon of the Friday directly preceding the Council meeting.

Click here to see a list of council meeting minutes.