Tue, Oct 24
Town News & Notices
July 4th FireworksPosted on Wed, Oct 11 at 08:24am
A new fireworks committee has been formed to bring back the 4th of July. This is not a town event and put on by volunteers and donations. Please see attached for information if you would like to donate!
Solar Array ProductionPosted on Tue, Sep 26 at 03:09pm
You can view the production from the solar array at the fire station by using the following link. https://monitoringpublic.solaredge.com/solaredge-web/p/site/public?name=Brentwood%20Fire%20Department
Community Outreach: Mill Road DamPosted on Thu, Sep 07 at 05:56pm
The Exeter Squampscott River Local Advisory Committee has partnered with the Towns of Brentwood and Fremont and a team from the University of Massachusetts Boston (UMB) to provide some research and information relative to the dam and it's future. This partnership is called the Exeter Squampscott River Education Partnership or ESREP. They are sending a letter out this week to owners of property in the vicinity of the dam regarding UMB students and faculty who will be visiting local homes and businesses in the Riverside Drive and Tibbetts Road neighborhoods on Saturday September 9, 2017 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. They are surveying residents on their questions regarding the Mill Road Dam (in Brentwood). They are trying to be sure that residents questions are answered in preparation for a public information forum.
ESREP will be hosting a community information meeting on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at the Brentwood Community Center (190 Rte. 125) from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. At this meeting, the public will have access to the best available information regarding the pros and cons of dam preservation from many of New Hampshire’s most experienced dam and river experts. The results of this resident survey will help us bring the right experts to answer questions at this meeting. ESREP is also creating a website to provide non-partisan information on the dam and its future: www.illbedammedornot.com
Town Clerk closing at 4:30pm on 10/10Posted on Mon, Sep 25 at 11:09am
Town Clerk will be closing at 4:30pm on Tuesday, October 10th. There will be no evening hours that week.
We apologize for the inconvenience
Town/City Municipal clerks will not be able to process registrations from Friday, October 6, through Tuesday, October 10Posted on Thu, Aug 24 at 09:56am
CONCORD, NH – The NH Department of Safety, Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will
implement a new driver licensing system in October to replace the current system originally
implemented in the 1980s. Implementation of the new system will require the closure of all DMV
offices on Monday, October 9th and Tuesday, October 10th and will temporarily limit some services.
“Although temporarily closing DMV offices is required during this transition time, we are aware of
how the closure will impact our customers,” said DMV Director Elizabeth Bielecki. “Hopefully, by
providing advanced notice, we will minimize the inconvenience this closure will cause.”
During the transition:
Town/City Municipal clerks will not be able to process registrations from Friday, October 6, through Tuesday, October 10.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Trick or TreatPosted on Wed, Sep 13 at 08:06am
Trick or Treat will be Sunday, October 29th from 5-7 pm. Please leave your porch light on if you would like to participate.
Open Position on Supervisors of the ChecklistPosted on Mon, Jul 31 at 07:30am
The Supervisors of the Checklist for the Town of Brentwood NH are seeking a Brentwood resident to fill an open Supervisors position. Supervisors of the Checklist is an elected position for a 6 year term. The Supervisors are responsible for maintaining an up-to -date and correct voter checklist. We are looking for someone who is available during the day and also as good computer skills. If interested, contact Mary Clancey at 642-3280 or email email@example.com.
Credits and ExemptionsPosted on Wed, Jun 28 at 11:30am
The application deadline for 2017 credits and exemptions was April 15th. Applications for credits or exemptions effective for the 2018 tax year will be excepted after you receive your December 2017 tax bill and prior to April 15, 2018.