Discover Brentwood

Our town is a friendly, rural community located 20 minutes from New Hampshire's beautiful seacoast. With about 1,400 household, the population has nearly quadrupled to 4,200 inhabitants from its earliest count of 1,064 in 1767. Brentwood's 16.97 square miles are seated in the Rockingham County's geographical center and it is home to many of the county's support services.

Latest News

  • Are you registered to VOTE?

    Posted on Tue, Jan 26 at 09:52am

    Friday, January 29th is the last day to register with the Town Clerk's office to vote in the presidential primary.  After this date you can register at the POLLS!

    Party affiliation can no longer be changed with the Town Clerk's office... this can be done at the POLLS!

    Come out and VOTE!

    Polling Location:
    Brentwood Community Center
    190 Rte. 125

    Date: February 9, 2016
    Hours: 8:00am to 7:00pm

    If you are not able to come out and VOTE, ple ...

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  • Winter Parking/Snow Removal

    Posted on Dec 29, 2015
    In order to protect the citizens of Brentwood and to facilitate snow removal and sanding operations there will be no parking allowed on any public street within the Town of Brentwood during the period of November 1 to April 15.


    Permits to park in the road may be granted by the Selectmen upon a written request to them.  Such permits  may be granted in special situations ...

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  • Seeking Recreation Director

    Posted on Nov 23, 2015

    Do you lead an active life style?  Do you enjoy sports?  Come and lead the Town of Brentwood’s Recreation department and be a key player in our communities’ sports and public programming.  This part time position (30 hours a week) ensures residents have a healthy outlet for fun, energetic, and educational activities.  Take an active role in our community and collaborate with a spirited recreation commission and var ...

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  • New Hours at the Transfer Station

    Posted on Jul 28, 2015

    The transfer station is now open on Tuesday and Thursday's 3pm to 6pm and the first Saturday of the month 9am to 12pm.  Don't forget to get your C&D sticker at the selectmen's office if you are disposing construction material.  No sticker is required for a resident to dispose of brush on their own.