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  • Mon, Apr 19

    Public meeting 4/19/21 - Trustee of Trust Funds

    03:00pm at Town Hall
    • Thu, May 6

      Site Walk 5-6-2021 6 pm - Planning Board

      06:00pm at 335 Route 125, Brentwood Park

      Legal Notice 5/6/2021 - Planning Board

      07:00pm at Town Office 1 Dalton Rd. Brentwood NH
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    Town News & Notices

    • Dog Registration Reminder

      Posted on Mon, Apr 05 at 03:03pm

      ****ATTENTION DOG OWNERS****

      REMINDER FROM THE TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE

      Current dog licenses will expire April 30, 2021. All dogs need to be registered with the town by April 30, 2021 to avoid late fees and civil forfeiture fines.

      Ways to renew your dog license:

      -In person, at the Town Clerk’s office

      -On the town website (brentwoodnh.gov)

      OR

      -Mailing a check to: Town Clerk

      1 Dalton Rd

      Brentwood NH 03833

      *If you no longer have your dog, please let us know at

      (603) 642-6400 ext. 113 or 114*

    • Town Clerk/Tax Collector Hours

      Posted on Mon, Mar 29 at 10:45am

      ***From the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Office***We will be closing at 4:30pm on Tuesday March 30th. I apologize for the late notice and inconvenience.

    • Library Trustee - Recount

      Posted on Fri, Mar 19 at 05:11pm

      Please see the attached results for the Library Trustee recount. The elected Library Trustee members are still Tom Walker and Liz McConnell. Congratulations on your election to the Library Trustees! When there are differences in the hand count vs the ballot machine count, the Board of Recount had the responsibility to make decisions based on the intention of the vote. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov

      2021LibraryTrusteeRecount.pdf

    • Planning Board- recount results

      Posted on Thu, Mar 18 at 06:43pm

      Please see the attached results for the Planning Board recount. The elected Planning Board members are still Paul Kleinman and Kristin Aldred Cheek. Congratulations on your election to the Planning Board! When there are differences in the hand count vs the ballot machine count, the Board of Recount had the responsibility to make decisions based on the intention of the vote. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov

      2021PlanningBoardRecount.pdf

    • School Board-recount results

      Posted on Wed, Mar 17 at 06:04pm

      Please see the attached results for the School Board recount. The elected School Board members are still Letty Bedard and Meghan Fitzgerald. Congratulations on your election to the School Board! When there are differences in the hand count vs the ballot machine count, the Board of Recount had the responsibility to make decisions based on the intention of the vote. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me. townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov

      2021RecountSchoolBoardResults.pdf

    • 2021 Town Meeting Minutes

      Posted on Tue, Mar 16 at 06:02pm
    • 2021 Town Meeting results

      Posted on Sat, Mar 13 at 12:42pm


      Attached are the results of the town meeting. 139 residents out of 3603 registered voters attended. Minutes will be posted this week.

      2021Townmeetingresults.pdf

    • Town Meeting 03/13/2021 at 9:00 am EHS

      Posted on Fri, Mar 12 at 10:30am

      08_TOWN_MEETING_WARRANT__2_.pdf


      Transportation will be provided to and from Swasey Central School (355 Middle Road Brentwood) to Exeter High School, for those that want it.

      Buses will begin loading at 8:00am and will leave promptly at 8:20am.

      Busses will be on standby to return to Swasey at the conclusion of Town Meeting.

      Masks WILL be required on the bus.

    • Library Trustee- Notice of Recount

      Posted on Thu, Mar 11 at 04:58pm
    • Planning Board - Notice of recount

      Posted on Thu, Mar 11 at 04:47pm
    • School Board - Notice of recount

      Posted on Thu, Mar 11 at 04:29pm
    • Lt. Daniel Wicks to be appointed as Brentwood's next Police Chief

      Posted on Wed, Mar 10 at 11:36am

      Following an extensive search, the Town of Brentwood is pleased to announce Daniel Wicks as our new Police Chief. Chief Wicks brings an impressive background as a 34-year law enforcement veteran in local, state, and federal agencies. Wicks was hired as a Sergeant in Brentwood in 2019 and was quickly promoted to Lieutenant. As a resident of Brentwood himself, he has a vested interest in the community and we are excited to continue working together moving this department forward in a positive direction!

    • 2021 Town election results

      Posted on Tue, Mar 09 at 08:28pm

      Here are the results of the Town/School election held on March 9, 2021.  The Co-op results are for Brentwood ONLY

      2021TownSchoolCoopResults.pdf

    • ***From the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's office***

      Posted on Fri, Mar 05 at 02:26pm

      We will be closed Tuesday March 9th due to the election

      Town/School elections are being held on Tuesday, March 9, 7am-7pm at the Brentwood Recreation Center. **Masks will be required.** As in past elections, if you are unable or refuse to wear a mask, please let a volunteer know and you will be assisted in voting from your car. The recreation center is smaller than the Swasey School gym, so there may be longer wait times getting in to vote and social distancing is important. Please be patient with us as we are trying to keep everything clean and safe.

    • Town/School/COOP sample ballots

      Posted on Wed, Feb 24 at 01:25pm
    • Absentee Ballots

      Posted on Wed, Feb 24 at 01:10pm

      Absentee Ballots are now available at the Town Clerk's office.  2021_Absentee_Ballot_Application.pdf

    • Testing ballots

      Posted on Tue, Feb 23 at 10:25am

      We will be testing ballots for the Town/School election on March 1, 2021 at 4:45pm at the Brentwood Recreation Center

    • Pre-processing of Absentee Ballots

      Posted on Tue, Feb 23 at 10:21am

      We will begin to pre-processing absentee ballots on March 5. 2021 at 4:00pm at the Town office, Cross Room 

    • Infrared Camera Transmission Patrols - Eversource

      Posted on Tue, Feb 23 at 08:11am

      Eversource is conducting semi-annual helicopter inspections on its entire New Hampshire transmission system this week using infrared cameras to check for overheated equipment. Please call our toll-free phone number below if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your patience.

      PURPOSE OF FLYOVER: Eversource is conducting aerial patrols of its New Hampshire transmission system to identify any overheated equipment.

      FLIGHT DATES AND TIMES: Tuesday, 2/23 – Friday, 2/26, between 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., weather permitting

      DESCRIPTION OF AIRCRAFT: Yellow and blue Bell Jet Ranger, Tail # N801JB

      CONTACT INFO: Please call Eversource’s NH Projects Information Line at 1-888-926-5334 with any questions or concerns.

    • Seeking full time firefighter

      Posted on Wed, Feb 10 at 07:05pm
    • March Election Information 2021

      Posted on Wed, Feb 10 at 01:21pm


      Town elections will be held on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 from 7am-7pm at the Brentwood Recreation Center (190 Route 125). At this election, you will have 4 ballots (2 Town, 1 School, and 1 Co-op). I encourage you to come and vote for your town & school representatives. Masks will be required to enter the building. For those who are unable or refuse to wear a mask, you will be asked to stay outside and someone will assist you. As soon as the absentee ballots are available, I will be sure to let everyone know!***Very Important change for Town Meeting***Due to spatial concerns surrounding COVID-19, Town meeting will take place on Saturday, March 13, 2021, starting at 9:00am, at Exeter High School (1 Blue Hawk Drive, Exeter NH).For those needing transportation, there will be buses on hand to take people from Swasey Central School to Exeter High School. Boarding will begin from 8:00am-8:20am and will arrive at Exeter High School by 8:30am. MASKS ARE REQUIRED ON THE BUS. If you are able, please contact Karen Clement (Town Administrator) at 603-642-6400 ext. 110 to reserve a seat.There will be two auditoriums set up at Exeter High School. The main auditorium will be for masked residents. The second auditorium will be for unmasked residents. Seats will be marked with blue X's for distancing. If you choose to be unmasked you will also be required to enter through a separate entrance. All residents will have the choice to listen and participate from their cars in the parking lot after they have checked in. There will be signs to help direct traffic, as well as, attendants inside and outside.We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we navigate this transition for Town Meeting.I will continue to post updates and reminders. **If you have any questions, please call me at (603) 642-6400 ext. 114**

      Daphne Woss

      Brentwood Town Clerk

    • Town Clerk's Office

      Posted on Tue, Feb 09 at 03:45pm

      ***From the Town Clerk's Office***Our office is having a carpet replaced and will be closed until 1pm on Tuesday, February 16. We will be open from 1pm-7pm. We apologize for the inconvenience. We are also closed on Monday, February 15 for President's Day.

    • Trash Collection 2/3 and 2/4

      Posted on Mon, Feb 01 at 11:58am

      Due to the impending storm trash collection will be delayed one day this week. If your regular collection day is Tuesday your trash will be collected on Wednesday (2/3), and if your regular trash collection day is Wednesday your trash will be collected on Thursday (2/4). We apologize for any inconvenience.

    • 2021 Town and School Candidates for the Town/School Election

      Posted on Fri, Jan 29 at 05:11pm

      The following people are running for town and school positions for the March 9, 2021 election:

      BRENTWOOD_TOWN_ELECTION__2021.docx

      BRENTWOOD_SCHOOL_ELECTION__2021.docx

    • Seeking Brentwood's next Chief of Police

      Posted on Mon, Jan 25 at 02:38pm
    • Chief Arcieri

      Posted on Wed, Jan 20 at 09:46am

      On January 30, 2018 the Brentwood Board of Selectmen swore in Ellen Arcieri to be the next Chief of Police. Her goal was to make this department the “premier police department in New Hampshire”. She was going to do that by building the level of professionalism already established, increase training, and enforce the law in a fair and impartial manner. The transition was a rocky one and posed significant challenges with staffing shortages. Chief Arcieri, Lieutenant Wicks, and the remaining officers all worked long hours, to ensure 24/7 coverage to maintain the safety of the town and its residents to the best of their abilities. Meanwhile Chief Arcieri was also handling administrative functions of the department and on boarded 5 full time officers, 3 part time officers, and an administrative assistant. She selected officers that exude integrity, professionalism, and the enthusiasm she believes is needed to be successful in this career. She has met her goal and built a solid team to continue on as she embarks on her next adventure.

      Chief Arcieri has accepted an offer with the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office to lead a Drug Task Force Team. Her education, background as a Lieutenant for the New Hampshire State Police Narcotics Unit, and boots on the ground leadership style have given Arcieri her foundation to be successful in her new role. We thank Chief Arcieri for her service and dedication to the town and we wish her much success!!

    • REGIONAL ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE MEETING

      Posted on Thu, Jan 14 at 11:51am
    • The Brentwood Recreation Department is looking for 1-2 full & part time In Day Remote Care Counselors

      Posted on Thu, Jan 07 at 01:11pm

      The Brentwood Recreation Department is looking for 1-2 full & part time In Day Remote Care Counselors. The Remote Care program is designed to provide support for local families who are in need of an affordable In Day Remote Learning Center for their children due to Covid-19. If interested or would like more details please contact the Brentwood Recreation Department.

      Remote_Care_Counselor_Job_Description__002_.pdf

    • Filing of Town and School Positions

      Posted on Tue, Jan 05 at 02:03pm

      Sign ups for town/school offices will be from Jan 20-29.

      FILING DATES FOR TOWN & SCHOOL OFFICES The Town and School District governing bodies need citizens who are willing to file for and serve in various positions. Those who intend to file for office, or are thinking about it, need to know that the 10-day filing period begins on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 and ends on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5:00 pm.

      To file for Town Office: Candidates must file with Town Clerk Daphne Woss during regular office hours. The following positions are open:

      Board of Selectmen 2 for 3 years

      Town Clerk/Tax Collector 1 for 3 years

      Cemetery Trustees 1 for 3 years

      Library Trustees 2 for 3 years

      Library Trustees 1 for 2 years

      Municipal Budget Committee 1 for 1 year

      Municipal Budget Committee 2 for 3 years

      Planning Board 2 for 3 years

      Trustee of the Trust Funds 1 for 3 years

      Note: Open positions do not imply that the incumbents are leaving; it simply means their terms are up, and they must stand for re-election.

      To File for School Office: Candidates must file during the same ten day period. Brentwood School District Officers may file with School Clerk Phyllis Thompson; filing may be done at the town clerk office during regular office hours.

      Brentwood School District Officers:

      School Moderator 1 for 3 years

      School Treasurer 1 for 3 years

      School Clerk 1 for 3 years

      School Board 2 for 3 years

      Note: Open positions do not imply that the incumbents are leaving; it simply means their terms are up, and they must stand for re-election.

    • Taxes Due

      Posted on Dec 17, 2020

      **From the Tax Collector’s Office***

      Due to the fact that the office is closed today, tax bills will be accepted 12/18 with no interest added. 

    • Town Office closed due to inclement weather

      Posted on Dec 17, 2020

      Due to inclement weather, the town offices will be closed o Thursday, December 17, 2020.  

    • Recycling

      Posted on Dec 14, 2020

      There IS recycling on December 15th and 16th.  

    • Town Office Holiday Hours

      Posted on Nov 25, 2020

      THE TOWN OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY.


      THE TOWN OFFICES WILL BE CLOSING AT NOON ON NEW YEARS EVE AND WILL BE CLOSED ON NEW YEARS DAY.


      HAVE A SAFE AND HEALTHY HOLIDAY!

    • Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Holiday Hours

      Posted on Nov 23, 2020

      We will be closing at 4:30 on Tuesday 11-24.  We will be open 8:30a-12:00p Wednesday 11-25 and will be closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving. 

    • ​ Announcement from the Municipal Budget Committee

      Posted on Nov 17, 2020

      There is currently a vacancy that will be filled by appointment for the remainder of the 20/21 budget season.  Remaining meetings are scheduled for 11/30, 12/14, 12/21, 1/11,1/18, 1/25 and 2/8.  If interested please come to one of the upcoming meetings or reach out to klevitsky@brentwoodnh.gov

    • 2020 General Election Results

      Posted on Nov 03, 2020

      Here are the results for the 2020 General Election Results

      2020generalelectionresults__2_.pdf

    • General Election

      Posted on Oct 30, 2020

      Vote the General Election, November 3, 2020 7am-7pm at Swasey Central School, 355 Middle Rd

    • Reminders for using town owned land

      Posted on Oct 26, 2020

      The year 2020 has brought about many challenges and changes to the way we work and play.  One big change is that more and more people are getting outdoors whether that is for walking, biking, learning, or socializing with friends.  With about 1/3 of the land in Brentwood in conservation easement, we have the privilege to use a lot of public land for recreational activities.  Please remember that while you are out on public land that others may be out enjoying it too and for a different purpose.  Please be respectful and mindful of the hunters, hikers, children and animals.  And remember that while we do not have a leash law in Brentwood, the State of NH does require that if you let your dog “off leash” that you can see or hear the dog, have reasonable knowledge of where the dog is, and have voice command of the animal. 

    • 2020 General Ballot

      Posted on Oct 26, 2020

      Attached is the 2020 General Ballot

      2020GeneralElectionBallot.pdf

    • Testing ballots

      Posted on Oct 23, 2020

      We will be testing ballots for the General Election on Oct 26,2020 at 4:45pm at the Brentwood Rec Center. 

    • Pre-processing and processing of Absentee Ballots

      Posted on Oct 23, 2020

      We will begin pre-processing absentee ballots on October 30, 2020 9am at the town office.  This process entails opening the outer envelopes of the absentee ballots and highlighting the voter on the checklist.  We will also check to ensure that the affidavit envelope has been signed.  If there are any issues during this process, we will call the voter to give them the chance to correct the issue.  

      We will begin full processing of the absentee ballots on November 3, 2020, after 8am, at the election.  This process entails opening the affidavit envelope, marking the voter as "voted" on the checklist and putting the ballot into the voting machine. It is during this process that the ballot is "counted".

    • Town Office Hours change

      Posted on Oct 07, 2020

      Effective Tuesday, October 13, 2020 the town offices at 1 Dalton Rd will be closing daily from 12:00pm-1:00pm. In an effort to maintain the safety of our residents and staff with concern to Covid-19, the Flu, and cold season, the offices will be cleaned in the morning before opening and the evening after closing, and now between 12pm-1pm. We want to be able to stay open and stay safe. Thank you for your understanding.

    • Registering to Vote

      Posted on Oct 01, 2020

      Due to the election laws, when registering to vote, you will need to provide proof of citizenship.  This can be done by providing a birth certificate, passport or naturalization papers.  If you are unable to provide any citizenship documentation, you will be required to fill out and sign a Qualified Voter Affidavit.  You are still required to provide proof of your residency in Brentwood.  Acceptable documentation is: A valid driver's license, with your Brentwood address on it, a utility bill, in your name, with your Brentwood address, or a renter's agreement or deed to your home. A domicile or citizenship affidavit can be provided for you to fill out if you are without proof.

    • Absentee Ballots

      Posted on Sep 23, 2020

      Absentee Ballots have arrived!  If you requested an absentee ballot already, it is being mailed out.  If you need to request a ballot, please fill out the attached form. Absentee_BALLOT__App_2020-COVID__1_.pdf

    • Seeking Per Diem Firefighter

      Posted on Sep 23, 2020
    • General Election Absentee Ballot Requests

      Posted on Sep 10, 2020

      You can request an absentee ballot for the General Election now and it will be sent to you when they come in. Absentee_BALLOT__App_2020-COVID__1_.pdf

    • Trash Collection after Labor Day

      Posted on Sep 09, 2020

      Trash collection after Labor Day will be delayed one day.  Tuesday pick ups will be collected on Wednesday, and Wednesday pick ups will be collected on Thursday.  


      Please be sure trash is put out curbside by 6:30am. Any missed pick ups may be reported to Casella at 1 800 CASELLA.

    • 2020 State Primary Results

      Posted on Sep 08, 2020

      Please find the attached results for the 2020 State Primary2020StatePrimaryResults.pdf

    • Absentee Ballots for the State Primary

      Posted on Aug 26, 2020

      Absentee_BALLOT__App_2020-COVID__1_.pdf

      Absentee ballots are still available for the 2020 State Primary.  If you need to request an absentee ballot, please fill out the following form and email it to townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov, mail it to Town Clerk 1 Dalton Rd Brentwood NH 03833, or drop it off at the town office during normal business hours.

    • Pre-processing of Absentee Ballots

      Posted on Aug 26, 2020

      We will begin pre-processing of absentee ballots on September 4, 2020 at 4:00pm.  Location: The Brentwood Town Office, Cross Room. 

    • Testing ballots

      Posted on Aug 26, 2020

      We will be testing ballots for the State Primary Election on August 31, 2020 4:30PM, at the Brentwood Recreation Center. 

    • Emergency Management Facebook

      Posted on Aug 20, 2020

      The Town of Brentwood Emergency Management Page is designed to provide information to the citizens Brentwood before during and after and emergency strikes. Updated information on emergency actions will be posted to this page. They include but are not limited to: Preparedness, situational awareness, sheltering information, power outages, road closures and evacuation notices


      https://www.facebook.com/RDMEM...

    • 2020 Absentee Ballot Request Form

      Posted on Jul 31, 2020

      Absentee ballots are now available.  If you need to request an absentee ballot, please fill out the following form and email it to townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov, mail it to Town Clerk 1 Dalton Rd Brentwood NH 03833, or drop it off at the town office during normal business hours.

      Absentee_BALLOT__App_2020-COVID__1_.pdf

    • 2020 State Primary Sample Ballots

      Posted on Jul 24, 2020

      Attached are the 2020 State Primary Republican and Democrat Sample Ballots

      2020_State_Primary_Sample_Ballot.pdf


      The State Primary Election will be held September 8, 2020 from 7am-7pm at Swasey Central School (355 Middle Road).

       


    • Town Clerk/ Tax Collector's Office

      Posted on Jul 20, 2020

      The Town Clerk/Tax Collector's office will be closing at 4:30 on Tuesday July 21st and will be closed on Thursday July 23.  We apologized for the inconvenience.

    • Interested in volunteering to serve your community?

      Posted on Jul 13, 2020

      The Town of Brentwood is seeking several volunteers to serve on the Conservation Commission.  These active volunteers are studying natural resources and developing long-term plans and strategies for the protection of important places, they are providing educational programs & hikes, they are working to permanently protect land, they are educating the public about renewable energy, they are managing town lands for timber production, recreation and wildlife, they are researching the latest tools and advising other boards on the importance of the town's natural resources, they are able to work with the state's Department of Environmental Services to provide local comment on wetland permits.

       

      The Conservation Commission meets once a month on the 2nd Wednesday.  There are 1, 2, or 3 year terms available!  If you would be interested in serving, please contact Karen Clement at 642 6400 x110 or kclement@brentwoodnh.gov

    • Casella Waste Systems

      Posted on Jul 07, 2020

      As a reminder we transitioned to Casella Waste Systems for curbside trash and recycling collection on July 1.  Please remember that ALL items should be placed curbside for collection by 6:30 AM.  If your items are not collected, please call 800 CASELLA (227-3552) to report a missed pick up.  

    • 2020 Absentee Ballot Request Form

      Posted on Jun 30, 2020

      Absentee ballots are now available.  If you need to request an absentee ballot, please fill out the following form and email it to townclerk@brentwoodnh.gov, mail it to Town Clerk 1 Dalton Rd Brentwood NH 03833, or drop it off at the town office during normal business hours.Absentee_BALLOT__App_2020-COVID__1_.pdf



    • 4th of July Parade

      Posted on Jun 29, 2020

      4th of July parade is on for this year!!! The parade will be on Friday, July 3rd starting at 10am. Walkers, vehicles, floats, tractors, horses, and bikers are welcomed to join the parade!!! (bikers must wear a helmet) Participants & observers are encouraged to social distance & masks are recommended. Please contact the recreation office with any questions or concerns.

         

    • KRT: Exterior Inspections for the Revaluation

      Posted on Jun 17, 2020

      The Town of Brentwood has hired KRT Appraisal to conduct a Revaluation of all properties in the Town with values effective for the final tax bill of the 2020 property tax year.

       

      Data Collector's will be visiting your area to verify the exterior information on file. The data collector will ring/knock.  If no one is home and no one answers the door, the data collector will continue verifying exterior measurements of the buildings only. 

      KRT will be working in these neighborhoods over the next week:

      Kadra St, Kennedy Circle, Diane McCain Dr, Old Danville Rd, Rousseau’s Ln, Riverside Dr, Mill Rd, Mary Very Dr, Hilltop Ln, Mill Pond Rd, Birch Circle, Forest Ln, Stevens Drive, Pickpocket Rd, and South Rd


      The Data Collector will have photo identification, a letter of introduction signed by a town official and have their vehicle registered with the police department. 

      Thank you for your cooperation!  

    • Household Hazardous Waste Day

      Posted on Jun 16, 2020

      Household Hazardous Waste Day that was scheduled for 9/19/2020 at the Brentwood Town Highway Shed has been POSTPONED until Spring 2021.  Further details to be determined.  

    • Celebrate Memorial Day

      Posted on Jun 11, 2020

      A big Thank You to Joyce Keegal for finding a virtual way to celebrate Memorial Day!

      https://youtu.be/3meK9qmhKN8

       

      https://vimeo.com/427872162

    • Re-opening Town Offices

      Posted on Jun 04, 2020

      Beginning in March assistance in assessing, welfare, recreation, building, and planning was made available by appointment only as town employees transitioned to remote working in the interest of public safety.  As time has ticked by we are eager to get back to "normal".  We have been working diligently implementing new safety protocols to ensure a safe environment for both employees and the residents we serve.  We highly recommend the use of masks when visiting us at the town office, practice social distancing, hand sanitizer stations will be installed, and Plexiglass barriers on all office doors.  Residents will be required to remain in the main corridor for assistance and will no longer be allowed to enter offices. 

      We will open on a limited schedule to the public beginning on June 22, 2020.

      Open office hours will be:

      Planning: Monday and Wednesday

      Finance and Assessing: Wednesday and Thursday

      Recreation and Building: Tuesday and Thursday

      We anticipate a full re-opening and resuming regular office hours on Monday, July 6.

      In order to minimize foot traffic in the Town Office, to maximize social distancing and to reduce the risk of exposure to both residents and employees, we strongly encourage residents to continue to make use of our online tools which can be accessed online at any time via our website: www.brentwoodnh.gov

      Please keep in mind that these protocols will be in place until further notice. We thank you in advance for your cooperation – working together, we hope to have a safe and healthy re-opening to the public. Again, please note that departments may need to adapt procedures specific to their facilities and services. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any suggestions as to how we may help to keep our employees and residents safe and well!



    • Stay at Home Order 2.0

      Posted on May 07, 2020

      The Governor has extended the stay at home order until May 31, 2020.

       

      The Town Office will continue operating at a reduced schedule during this time.  Assistance in assessing, welfare, recreation, building, and planning will be made available by appointment only. Assessing cards are available on the town’s website.  The counter terminal will not be available during this time.  Only exterior inspections for the revaluation with KRT and for building permits are being conducted. 

       

      The Town Clerk/Tax Collectors office is encouraging ALL people who have the capability of doing automobile registration renewals and estimates, tax payments, vital records, boat registration renewals and dog registrations either online or by mail. The hours remain Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9am to 1pm and Tuesday 3-7pm.

       

      The Board of Selectmen has postponed or cancelled all activities other than town business at the Town Office and Recreation Center through May 31, 2020.  We will re-evaluate in three weeks and may extend this time period if the guidance at that time suggests it would be beneficial. We understand this may create some inconvenience, and we thank you for your patience.

       

      Please know that detailed planning is underway to adopt best practices for a gradual return of employees to the workplace and to work-related business activities and travel.  As I am sure you can appreciate, there is a high degree of complexity inherent in developing these plans.  We can assure you we will adhere to all applicable governmental guidance and directives in our planning. 

       

      We continue to prioritize the health and safety of our employees and we will keep you updated as we have more information to share.

    • Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Hours

      Posted on May 04, 2020

      Due to COVID-19 precautions, our office will have limited hours until May 31, 2020. 

      Mon, Wed, Thurs  9:00am-1:00pm

      Tuesday 3:00pm-7:00pm

    • Rabies Clinic

      Posted on Mar 23, 2020

      **From the Town Clerk's Office**

      The rabies clinic, that was to be held on April 18th, has been postponed until further notice.  If/When we have a new date, I will post immediately. 

    • Town Clerk/Tax Collector Hours

      Posted on Mar 19, 2020

      Due to COVID-19 precautions, our office will have limited hours until May 31, 2020. 

      Mon, Wed, Thurs  9:00am-1:00pm

      Tuesday 3:00pm-7:00pm

    • 2020 Town Meeting Minutes

      Posted on Mar 18, 2020
    • Building Permits and COVID 19

      Posted on Mar 17, 2020

                                                                  Brentwood Building Dept.

                                                                              3/16/2020

                                                                  kkaiser@brentwoodnh.gov

       

      At this point in time due to COVID- 19 All inspections and plan reviews

      will be  done by appointment   as needed .

      In some cases pictures will be required

      As permit applications are available for you to print from Town of Brentwood Website.    Please use Email as much as possible PDF files are best.

       

      Thank you

      Kip Kaiser   Code Enforcement

       

       

       

      Contact   information

      E MAIL :   kkaiser@brentwoodnh.gov


    • Town Clerk's Office

      Posted on Mar 17, 2020

      For new transactions, the Governor has authorized us to extend all temporary plates issued after 3/1 until April 30, 2020.

    • Town's Response to COVID 19

      Posted on Mar 16, 2020
    • IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT - TOWN MEETING & COVID-19

      Posted on Mar 13, 2020

      At this time, Brentwood’s Town Meeting remains scheduled to continue at the Swasey Central School, Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 9:00 am.


      Please see attached for more information.  town_meeting_and_covid_19.pdf


    • 2020 Town and School and Co-Op Election Results

      Posted on Mar 10, 2020
    • Transfer Station

      Posted on Mar 03, 2020

      The transfer station at the Highway Shed will be closed on Tuesday, March 03, 2020.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

    • 2020 Town/School/Co-op Ballots

      Posted on Feb 26, 2020

      Attached are the town/school/Co-op ballots for 2020

      2020townschoolcoopballot.pdf 

    • Town Clerk's Office

      Posted on Feb 26, 2020

      The Town Clerk/Tax Collector's office will be closed on Tuesday, March 10th for the election.  The election will be held at the Brentwood Recreation Center located at 190 Rte 125 from 7am-7pm.  We hope to see you there!

    • Town Meeting Warrant

      Posted on Feb 25, 2020
    • TRASH/RECYCLING 02/18/2020

      Posted on Feb 18, 2020

      Due to inclement weather, the trash and recycling trucks are delayed in collection.  If the trucks are pulled off of the road for safety and your trash is not collected today as scheduled, it will be picked up on Wednesday, 2/19/20.

    • Trustees of the trust funds

      Posted on Feb 14, 2020
    • REVALUATION UPDATE....

      Posted on Feb 13, 2020

      The Town of Brentwood has hired KRT Appraisal to conduct a Revaluation of all properties in the Town with values effective for the final tax bill of the 2020 property tax year.


      Data Collector's will be visiting your area within the next couple of months to verify the interior/exterior information on file. If no one is home, the data collector will be verifying exterior measurements of the buildings only.  You may call KRT Appraisal at (855)  228-4033 during normal business hours if you would rather set up an appointment for the inspection.

      The Data Collector will have photo identification, a letter of introduction signed by a town official and have their vehicle registered with the police department. Updates will be available on the Town's website or krtappraisal.com.


    • 2020 Presidential Primary Election Results

      Posted on Feb 11, 2020
    • Town Clerk/ Tax Collector Office closed Feb 11, 2020

      Posted on Feb 10, 2020

      The Town Clerk/ Tax Collector's office will be closed Feb 11, 2020, for the Presidential Primary.  Voting will be taking place at the Brentwood Recreation Center, 190 Rte 125, from 7am-7pm

    • Elections Tuesday 2/11/2020

      Posted on Feb 07, 2020

      Place: Brentwood Rec. Center

      Address: 190 Rte. 125

      Hours: 7 am to 7 pm

      Please bring photo ID.





    • Trustees of the Trust Funds

      Posted on Jan 24, 2020
    • Brentwood Water Quality Meeting Feb. 4th 6 pm

      Posted on Jan 16, 2020
    • BRENTWOOD HIRES KRT APPRAISAL TO COMPLETE FULL REVALUATION

      Posted on Jan 15, 2020
    • Last day to register to vote

      Posted on Jan 15, 2020

      Prior to the primary, the last day to register to vote, at the town office, is January 21, 2020. After that date you will have to register to vote at the primary. 

    • Filing of Town and School Positions

      Posted on Jan 14, 2020

      Filing_of_Town_and_School_positions.docx


      Filing begins January 22nd-January 31st 5:00pm.  

    • Town Clerk's Office

      Posted on Dec 18, 2019

      Absentee_Ballots_for_Presidential_Primary_Feb_11__2020.pdf

      Absentee Ballots for the February 11, 2020 Presidential election are now available at the Town Clerk's office.  All absentee ballots need to be returned to our office no later than 5pm on February 10, 2020, unless it is delivered in person by a designee to the election. Election hours on February 11, 2020 are 7am-7pm at the Brentwood Recreation Center.  

    • Seeking Town Treasurer

      Posted on Sep 04, 2019

      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 Aug 13, 2019

      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 Aug 08, 2019

      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 $20-25 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 Aug 08, 2019

      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 Aug 08, 2019

      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