Snow removal is critical in the event of a fire emergency. Crews have been working continuously to remove snow from buried fire hydrants. We ask that snow plowing done by private contractors or customers be done in a manner as not to bury fire hydrants. Thank you to all the residents and businesses who have taken the time to shovel out their own fire hydrant.

Corporate Structure

  1. City of Nashua, New Hampshire
    (Sole Shareholder)
  2. Pennichuck Corporation
    (Independent Board of Directors)

    1. Pennichuck Water Works, Inc. – Regulated Water Utility
      1. Established in 1852; serves 11 cities and towns; Serving approx. 28,000 customers, which comprises approximately 10% of the households in NH
    2. Pennichuck East Utility, Inc. – Regulated Water Utility
      1. Established in 1998; serves 19 cities and towns; located throughout southern and central NH; approximately 7,300 customers
    3. Pittsfield Aqueduct Company, Inc. – Regulated Water Utility
      1. Acquired in 1998; serves the town of Pittsfield, NH; approximately 650 customers
    4. Pennichuck Water Service Corporation – Non-regulated Contract Services Company
      1. Provides contracted services to Hudson and Woodstock NH, and Salisbury, Amesbury, and Rowley Massachusetts, as well as 75 non-municipal water systems
    5. The Southwood Corporation – Non-regulated Real Estate Holding Company
      1. Approximately 450 acres of land located in Nashua and Merrimack NH

Flow chart of Pennichuck Corporate Structure
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