notes and events

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer vent inspection and cleaning reports are due to the management office by April 30th to avoid fines and restricted access to amenities.

Pool Season

The pool will open for the season on May 28, 2016 and will remain open through Labor Day, September 5, 2016.

Dogs and Cats

Dogs and cats must be kept on leash whenever they are in common areas. They must not be tied or left unattended in common areas, including walkways and stairways, and are not allowed to run free.

Property Manager

Resolution Property Mgmt
7 Bernards Rd
Merrimack, NH 03054

Cindy Carroll, Property Mgr
Phone: 603.424.1480


Society Hill is located at Brunswick Rd off Daniel Webster Hwy in Merrimack, NH.


We wish to inform you that the Merrimack Village District will be repairing a leak at 627 DW Highway on Tuesday, August 9, 2016. Your water service will be off as needed beginning at 7:30am to completion (up to 3:30). Please use caution as there will be equipment in the road for digging. The work may also may disturb sediment in the mainlines causing “brown water” and air in the service lines to your homes. This is not a health issue and there is no concern drinking the water. Within 24 hours the water will settle and clear. To prepare please fill gallon containers or a bathtub with water for use during this time.

MVD Partial Watering Restriction

As a result of continued heavy water consumption, extremely high temperatures and lack of precipitation, the Merrimack Village District has announced a partial watering restriction effective June 27, 2016 for the safety of the water supply and overall fire protection.


As Brunswick Rd is on the ODD side of Daniel Webster Hwy, and our roads are private, the MVD considers all of Society Hill to have ODD numbered addresses.

Please limit outside watering to only ODD numbered days within the RESTRICTED HOURS, no matter whether your particular address has an odd or even number.

MVD and NHDES Water Information

For the most recent press releases, test results, and FAQs visit:

Water for Society Hill at Merrimack Condominium Association comes from the Merrimack Village District Water Works ( and is not sourced from private wells.

The MVD has six wells contributing to the water supply for Merrimack. Usage and maintenance schedules determine which wells are “on”. As of April 11, the MVD indicated that wells 2 and 5 were on and supplying the town with water as a mixture within the system. Well 3 was off‑line for scheduled maintenance. Well 4, which tested at 90 ppt when sampled on March 9, 2016, has not been online since May of 2015 due to low demand. Wells 2, 4 and 5 were re-sampled and wells 7 and 8 were sampled for the first time on March 31.

Investigation test results from the April 13, 2016 press release are as follows:

Well Name3/9/20163/31/2016
MVD-217 parts-per-trillion27 parts-per-trillion
MVD-3Not sampled, off‑line for maintenanceNot sampled, off‑line for maintenance
MVD-4 (off‑line)90 parts-per-trillion90 parts-per-trillion
MVD-554 ppt (52 duplicate)56 parts-per-trillion
MVD-7Not sampled, off‑line for maintenance26 parts-per-trillion
MVD-8Not sampled, off‑line for maintenance8.5 ppt (9.7 duplicate)
NHDES will be resampling the MVD wells on a weekly basis
For the most recent press releases, test results, and FAQs visit:


The office receives frequent complaints pertaining to parking. Vehicles are not permitted to park on any roadway except for Bernards Rd., facing downhill towards Middlesex Rd., and on Galloway Rd. for the purpose of loading or unloading a vehicle.

Any vehicle parked on any roadway or on lawns is subject to towing at the owner's expense.


Lambert Brothers, Inc. is our landscape maintenance provider.

Landscape restoration work between the 3 Galloway building and Middlesex Rd was completed this spring.

Please, when pulling your car into your space, be mindful not to pull the front end of the car over the curb as this impacts the grass, irrigation heads and mowing efforts.

Flowers and plantings should be placed at least 8” from the edge of the bed or shrubbery. If a planting is not flowering, please mark it with a plant stick to identify it. Excessive plantings must be maintained by the unit owner.