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  • Mon, Oct 21

    Meeting 10/21/19 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

    07:00pm at Brentwood Town Office

    Legal Notice 10/21/19 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

    07:00pm at Brentwood Town Office
  • Fri, Oct 25

    Legal Notice 10/25/2019 - Supervisors of the Checklist

    07:00pm
    • Fri, Nov 1

      Meeting 11/01/2019 - Trustee of Trust Funds

      10:30am
    • Mon, Nov 4

      Legal Notice 11/4/19 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

      07:00pm at Brentwood Town Office

      Meeting 11/4/19 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

      07:00pm at Brentwood Town Office
    • Thu, Nov 7

      Legal Notice 11/7/19 - Planning Board

      07:00pm at Brentwood Town Office
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Town News & Notices

  • Town Clerk's Office

    Posted on Thu, Oct 10 at 08:58am


    The Town Clerk's Office will be closing at 4:30pm on Tuesday October 22, 2019. 

  • Town Clerk's Office

    Posted on Wed, Oct 02 at 04:09pm

    October 25th is the last time registered voters may change their party affiliation prior to the Presidential Primary.

  • Exeter River Dam on Mill Road

    Posted on Wed, Oct 02 at 01:44pm

    NHDES forces are in process of executing Sept. 6th Rockingham Superior Court order to remove Brentwood Dam, as owner did not comply with NHDES directives (Letter Of Deficiency and Administrative Order) to repair or remove the dam.  Initial phase will include removal of low level gate and abandoned hydroelectric turbine and associated gate so that the impoundment may remain in a drained condition until such time as final phase (removal of concrete dam) can be permitted and executed by NHDES.  This final phase is likely to occur in 2020.


    Starting on the 7th of October, the impoundment upstream of the Exeter River Dam, D029001 will start to lower significantly and eventually go back to its natural state. Currently, the Dam Bureau’s Engineering & Construction Section plans to permanently remove the low level gate and penstock from the dam on October 9th and 10th. The removal of these parts will be the initiation of a dam removal project that has yet to be scheduled for the coming years and is based on the Owner’s non-compliance of an Administrative Order distributed on September 6, 2018.


    Any questions may be directed to the NH Department of Environmental Services, Dam Bureau.

    NHDES Dam Bureau
    29 Hazen Drive; PO Box 95
    Concord, NH 03302-0095

    (603) 271-3406
    damsafety@des.nh.gov


  • Legal Notice 10/16/2019

    Posted on Thu, Sep 05 at 09:02am

                                                                           Town of Brentwood

                                                                                  Legal Notice

     

    The Regional Associations Subcommittee will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Brentwood Town Office, 1 Dalton Road.  The purpose of the hearing is to discuss the budget and procedure for funding regional associations. The public is invited to attend.

  • Trick or Treat

    Posted on Wed, Sep 04 at 01:45pm

    TRICK or TREAT will take place on Thur. October 31st, 2019 from 5 to 7 pm.

    Please turn on your porch light if you would like to participate.


    Halloween, Cat, Weird, Surreal

  • Seeking Town Treasurer

    Posted on Wed, Sep 04 at 12:12pm

    Town Treasurer

    The Town of Brentwood is seeking applications from qualified candidates to serve as the next Town Treasurer.  The Town Treasurer is appointed by the Board of Selectmen.  This is a part time position (8-10 hours per week) and attendance at Selectmen’s meetings is required.  The Treasurer is responsible for overseeing and managing the receipts, disbursements, and reconciliation of the general fund and several concentration accounts, bond applications, and investments.  Interested candidates, please email a letter of interest and resume to Jonathan Ellis at treasurer@brentwoodnh.gov

  • WATCH BOARD OF SELECTMEN MEETINGS

    Posted on Tue, Aug 13 at 03:25pm

    CLICK HERE: VIMEO TO WATCH PREVIOUSLY RECORDED BOARD OF SELECTMEN MEETINGS


    IF YOU PREFER TO CATCH THEM LIVE, CLICK HERE TO WATCH: YouTube LIVE

    BOS meets on the first,third, and fifth Tuesday's at 6:00pm April through August.  BOS meets at 6:00pm every Tuesday September through March.


  • SEASONAL PLOW DRIVER OPENING

    Posted on Thu, Aug 08 at 04:12pm

    Town of Brentwood is looking for an individual in the highway department for plowing and snow removal operations.  Must be at least 18 years of age.  NH CDL required.  Applicants must live within a 30 minute commute of Brentwood. Pay range is $18-$22 per hour commensurate with experience.

     

    Resumes and cover letters may be sent to the following address:

    Karen Clement, Town Administrator

    1 Dalton Road

    Brentwood NH 03833

    kclement@brentwoodnh.gov

    Please call 603 642 6400 X 110 with any questions.

  • FULL TIME HIGHWAY LABORER OPENING

    Posted on Thu, Aug 08 at 04:12pm

    Town of Brentwood is looking for an individual to work full-time in the highway department performing grounds work, road construction, and plowing.  Must be at least 18 years of age.  NH CDL preferred but not required.  Applicants must live within a 30 minute commute of Brentwood.  Pay range is $17-$23 per hour commensurate with experience. The Town offers a very competitive benefit package including health and dental care, pension, and paid time off. 

     

    Resumes and cover letters may be sent to the following address:

    Karen Clement, Town Administrator

    1 Dalton Road

    Brentwood NH 03833

    kclement@brentwoodnh.gov

    Please call 603 642 6400 X 110 with any questions.

  • Mosquitoes and Ticks

    Posted on Thu, Aug 08 at 08:37am

    Mosquito-borne diseases transmitted in New Hampshire include West Nile virus (WNV), Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus, and Jamestown Canyon virus (JCV). EEE and WNV are maintained in a bird-mosquito transmission cycle with humans considered incidental hosts. JCV is maintained in a deer-mosquito transmission cycle. The greatest risk for human acquisition of WNV and EEE in NH is between July and October. Risk for JCV acquisition begins as early as April when the snow melt mosquitoes are present and biting.


    Jamestown Canyon Virus was detected in Kingston.  As a result, Brentwood's risk level is being increased to "Moderate" for the threat of mosquito borne disease.


    The Powassan Virus was also detected.  Powassan is a tick borne disease. 

    You can read more about these diseases here:

    jamestown-canyon-virus.pdf

    powassanvirus_1_.pdf

  • Tell A Selectman at the town office

    Posted on Nov 13, 2018

    Tell A Selectman at the town office the third Wednesday of each month from 11am-1pm

        

    Come and say Hello and bring any issues you would like to discuss with the Select Board