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    • Wed, Nov 3

      Conservation Commission Meeting - Conservation Commission

      06:30pm at Brentwood Town Offices
    • Thu, Nov 4

      Meeting 11/4/2021 - Cemetery

      05:00pm at Brentwood Town Office, Sanborn Room

      Legal Notice 11/04/2021 - Planning Board

      07:00pm at Town Office
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    Town News & Notices

    • Recycle 10/19/2021

      Posted on Tue at 04:52pm

      Unfortunately Casella's recycle truck was not able get a small portion of the recycle route completed today.

      Peabody Drive (Both sides)

      South Rd – (One side - north side of road)

      Crawley Falls – (One side – east side of road)

      These will be collected on Wednesday, 10/20/2021.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

    • Economic Developement Meeting 10/20/2021 @ 6pm Sanborn Room, Town Office

      Posted on Mon at 01:00pm
    • Economic Development

      Posted on Fri, Oct 01 at 08:59am

      Hello Brentwood!

      I’m excited to announce that with the unanimous support of the Planning Board and the Board of Selectmen, we will be creating an Economic Development Committee here in town. Our new Committee will benefit from time consulting with experienced economic development professionals and will set an aggressive pace to accomplish something I know many of us have hoped to see for quite a while, but we need YOUR HELP!

      The first step is to recruit a small, committed, professional group of Brentwood residents to serve on the Committee. Based on the guidance of our economic development expert, we are looking for individuals with the following background(s):

      Legal

      Commercial Real Estate

      Public Relations

      We plan that meetings will be bi-weekly and this will definitely be an active, engaged, task-oriented committee. If you or someone you know might be a good fit - please send me an email at jmorgan@brentwoodnh.gov with a statement of interest and professional background. Feel free to send any questions you might have about joining as well.

    • Chief of Police

      Posted on Fri, Sep 24 at 04:41pm

      Sergeant Steve Sforza submitted a letter of resignation to the Board of Selectmen on September 14, 2021, to accept a position with the Town of Pittsburg, New Hampshire. His last day will be Friday, October 1, 2021. He will be sworn in as Pittsburg’s next Chief of Police in the coming days.

      Chief Daniel Wicks voluntarily resigned from the Town of Brentwood on September 21, 2021, effective October 5, 2021. The Board of Selectmen has approved paid time off until that date as requested. The Board of Selectmen regretfully accept both resignations and thank Sergeant Sforza and Chief Wicks for their service to the Town of Brentwood.

      In the interim, we will be working closely with our community partners at Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office. We have hired Richard Sawyer, Chief Deputy Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office as Brentwood’s Police Administrator. This will be a temporary assignment for Sawyer for a period up to 6 months. Chief Deputy Sawyer will assist the town in facilitating its search for a new Chief of Police and Sergeant. He has been working diligently with Sergeant Sforza to get the pulse of operations and is ready to oversee the department until a new chief is named. We are working closely with the county and our neighboring towns to ensure there is no interruption in operations and to ensure our residents receive the level of service they are used to.

      Sawyer was the Town of Hampton’s emergency management director and has been a police officer for over 30 years. Twenty-five of those years in Hampton where he retired as chief before being appointed as Chief Deputy with Rockingham County.

    • Walking and Biking Reminders

      Posted on Mon, Sep 20 at 10:03am

      We are seeing increasing numbers of residents walking and biking on our roads.  A large percentage of crashes can be avoided if motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians
      follow the rules of the road and watch out for each other.  Please see below for some tips on sharing the road!  

      Tips for Pedestrian Safety

      • If the road has no sidewalk, walk on the left side of the road facing traffic.
      • Be seen – wear bright or reflective clothing.
      • Make a plan – look for the safest route with less traffic, slower speeds, more lighting, and sidewalks.
      • Always cross at intersections. Look left, then right, then left again before proceeding.
      • Look for traffic when stepping off a bus or from behind parked cars.
      • As a passenger, get in or out of a car on the curb side of the street.
      • Make eye contact with drivers before you cross the street.
      • Avoid all distractions, such as cell phones and ear buds or other electronics
      • Follow the traffic rules, signs and signals
      • Be aware of vehicles around you


      Tips for Bicyclists Safety

      • Wear a properly fitted helmet to reduce the chances of head injury and death.
      • Always check brakes and tires before riding.
      • Make it easier for drivers to see you by wearing light colors or reflective clothing.
      • Stop at red lights and stop signs
      • Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks
      • Pay attention to lane markers
      • Ride near the curb, traveling in the same direction as traffic
      • Use a light on the front and a red reflector or red light on the back of your bike while riding at night
      • Remember to use proper signals when you want to stop or turn. For a left
        turn, stretch out your left arm to the left; for a right turn stretch
        out your right arm to the right, or stretch out your left arm and make a
        90 degree angle up with your elbow . For a stop, hold your left arm
        downward.

      Tips for Drivers, Share the Road

      • Be on the lookout for cyclists or pedestrians on the highway, especially at intersections.
      • If you are passing a bicyclist, move to another lane if possible and give them plenty of room.
      • Watch for bicyclists who may need to maneuver around potholes and debris.
      • Make eye contact with pedestrians or bicyclists before turning.
      • Follow posted speed limits.
      • Give the pedestrian the right of way.
      • Be alert in school zones, bus drop-off and pickup areas, or play grounds.
      • Give bicyclists at least 3 feet of space when passing.
      • Designate a safe spot for school pick-up.