Monday - Friday - 7:00AM to 3:30PM
The Town of Gilford began the installation of municipal sewers in the early 80’s. These facilities interconnected with the sewers constructed in the late 70’s under the supervision of the Winnipesaukee River Basin Program. Areas along the lake, rivers, and neighborhoods adjacent to Laconia are currently sewered. The Town, in 2002 completed an extension of the public sewer that stretches from Henderson Road to the neighborhoods beyond the village, along Belknap Mountain Road.
While much of Gilford is still serviced by individual subsurface septic systems, more and more of Gilford is beginning to use and develop/promoted public sewer installation.
There is currently one full time employee that administers our sewer collection system, Kevin Carlisle.
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Click here for Sewer Regulations.
CLICK HERE for the NH Department of Environmental Services Flyer on What's flushable and what's not flushable