Town of Hampton

is located 35 km northeast of Saint John, and is a small, friendly community with many points of interest and beautiful natural scenery. We are nestled on the Kennebecasis River, a tributary of the St. John River. The town’s rolling hills, waterways, farmland, wildlife and world-renowned marsh area reward visitors with a visual feast.

It's our nature! 



CLEAN-UP KITS: The Red Cross is offering free flood cleanup kits to New Brunswickers. They will be available at Service New Brunswick on William Bell Drive during regular business hours. Kits are also available at the Saint John Office of the Red Cross at Loch Lomond Place between the hours of 8:30 am to 7 pm. The kits are a 20-litre container that works as a bucket and lid and contains things like a bleach-based all-purpose cleaner, gloves, masks, garbage bags, a scrub brush and more. Limit of one kit per household.

Landfill hours for people wishing to take their flood debris directly:
Crane Mountain Landfill - Saint John (Extended Hours for Flood Debris Collection from May 19-June 30)
Extended Hours Monday to Friday 7:30 am to 7 pm
Extended Hours Saturday 7:30 am to 5 pm
Sunday – Closed
Sussex Transfer Station:
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday – 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Sunday – Closed

SPECIAL FLOOD PICK-UP: The Town of Hampton will be providing a special flood pick-up for Town residents who were impacted by the flooding. The pick-up is scheduled for Tuesday, May 22nd. Residents must pre-register for the pick-up by calling the Town Office at 832-6065 by Thursday, May 17th at 4:30 pm. You will be required to provide your name, address and a list of items at that time. This special collection is only for those who were directly impacted by the flooding. Waste being accepted during this special pickup includes: Appliances (Remove doors and covers for safety. Refrigerators and Freezers must have the Freon removed);  Furniture, carpeting, insulation, paper products, etc. Small loose items should be bagged or boxed.; Construction and demolition materials (wood, concrete blocks, etc.); Flood debris, which should be placed in your compost cart or compostable bags; Spoiled Food; and Sand Bags. All items, including the sand bags, must be road side by 7am on Tuesday, May 22nd.  

Regular household waste will be collected as usual and should be placed separately from flood-related items.Residents are reminded not to burn their flood debris as this can impact negatively on the environment. People wishing to independently dispose of non-hazardous flood-related items may take them to the Crane Mountain landfill at no charge. Regular household hazardous waste generated by the flood can also be taken to this facility. People should check facility hours of operation, the schedule for Household Hazardous Waste Days and inform staff at the gate that they are disposing of flood-damaged items.


More details on disposing of hazardous materials (such as petroleum and propane tanks, chemical containers, animal carcasses, etc.) will be communicated in the coming days. For information on the proper disposal of any hazardous material, contact a regional office of the Department of Environment and Local Government: Saint John Region 506-658-2558.

WHAT TO DO WITH USED SANDBAGS: The Department of Environment and Local Government encourages residents to dispose of sandbags via our municipal special flood pick-up taking place on May 22nd starting at 7 am or at our regional landfill, at Crane Mountain. Residents must register for the special collection with the Town Office (832-6065) by 4:30 pm on Thursday, May 17th. Residents are reminded that the bags may not be emptied into or within 30 metres of any watercourse or regulated wetland. An alteration permit is required for any work within 30 metres of a watercourse or regulated wetland.


WELL WATER: Anytime water goes over your wellhead, residents should assume that their well is contaminated and take the appropriate precautions. Hampton EMO will be distributing bottled water to Hampton Residents whose wells have been affected by flooding. Water will be available by contacting the Town Hall at 832-6065 (24 hour service) Please consult these two links from the province for more information:

Caution urged regarding drinking water and food supplies during and after floods


Beginning May 17, water sampling kits will be available at Service New Brunswick Centres for owners of private wells. Since flooding has been occurring at various locations and at different times, New Brunswickers are reminded they must wait 10 days after water has receded from the well area before beginning the chlorination and sampling process. More information regarding chlorinating and flushing wells can be found by visiting the Department of Environment and Local Government’s website.

Culligan of Rothesay
Due to the real risk of contamination of well water in the flood-affected areas Culligan of Rothesay will be offering 18.9L bottled water to residents who have been directly affected. They have a distribution centre set up at their office at 5 Elliot Road in Quispamsis. Residents affected by the flood can show their ID and they will give them 18.9L bottles of water. The refundable deposit of $10 per bottle is still applicable, but it is refunded when you return the empty bottles in good shape. If you bring empty 18.9L bottles then the deposit is waived. The water itself is free. They have a limited quantity of hand pumps available to loan out, first come first served basis. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8am-4:30pm. Residents are welcome to call 849-7638 for more details.

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Online registration for Town of Hampton programs is available online, by clicking the PROGRAM REGISTRATION to the right hand side of this page. If you have any questions, Leisure Services can be reached at 832-6102 during regular business hours.