• Wed, May 18

    Conservation Commission Meeting - Conservation Commission

    06:30pm at Brentwood Town Offices
    One Dalton Rd
    Brentwood NH
  • Thu, May 19

    Meeting 05/19/2022 - Planning Board

    07:00pm at Brentwood Recreation Center
    190 Rte. 125
  • Mon, May 23

    Legal Notice 5/23/2022 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

    07:00pm at Town Office

    Meeting 5/23/2022 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

    07:00pm at Town Office

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      • Town Clerk's Office

        Posted on Yesterday at 11:42am

        If you are 17 and were born on or before 09/13/2005, you CAN register to vote for the State Primary Election.

        Did you know that you can check your party, find your polling place, and track an absentee ballot? Bookmark this website:

      • Town Clerk's office

        Posted on Yesterday at 11:36am

        The filing period for all offices for state primary election is June 1-10 (RSA 655:14; 652:20). You may apply at the town office for the office of State Representative or Delegate to the Republican State Convention. Any other offices must be applied for with the Secretary of State. Any candidate that wishes to file nomination papers to run as an independent in the general election shall also file with the Secretary of State.

      • Town Clerk's Office

        Posted on Mon at 03:33pm

        ***From the Town Clerk's Office***

        May 31st is the last day you may change your declared political party PRIOR to the Sept 13 Primary Election.

        If you are "Undeclared" and wish to vote in the Primary, you must declare a party (Republican or Democrat) to receive an absentee ballot or ballot at the polls. You will only receive a Republican OR Democrat ballot. You may NOT have both ballots. 

        You may return to undeclared status after voting.

      • Selectboard office closing at NOON on 5/25/2022

        Posted on Tue, May 10 at 02:01pm

        The assessing, welfare, and selectboard's offices will be closing at noon on Wednesday, May 25th to allow administrative staff to attend a training.  We apologize for any inconvenience.