Town News & Notices

  • Trash Collection Jan 27 & 28

    Posted on Mon at 08:03am

    Trash Collection this week will be delayed one day due to the impending storm.  Wednesday's trash route will not be completed on Thursday as scheduled.  Please leave your trash out!  Another truck will be in town on Friday.

  • School District Meeting

    Posted on Tue, Jan 20 at 05:45pm

    Friday, March 6 NEW DAY & TIME! 6:00 pm Brentwood School District Meeting at Swasey School

    Last day to register to vote for School District Meeting is February 25th!!
       You CANNOT register at School District Meeting.  Please register at the Town Clerk's office.
  • Important Dates to Remember

    Posted on Mon, Jan 12 at 08:19am

    Tuesday, January 13 (NEW DATE)  7:00 pm Public Hearing for Cooperative School Budget at
    Exeter High School

    Thursday, February 5 7:00 pm Cooperative School Deliberative Session at Exeter High School

    Monday, February 9 7:30 pm Public Hearing for Brentwood Town and School
    Snow date: Thursday, Feb. 12 7:30 pm Budgets at Brentwood Town Offices

    Friday, March 6 NEW DAY & TIME! 6:00 pm Brentwood School District Meeting at Swasey School

    Tuesday, March 10 8:00 am-7:00 pm Brentwood Town Elections at the Community Center

    Saturday, March 14 9:00 am Town Meeting at Swasey School
  • Seeking Permanent Part Time Highway Help

    Posted on Dec 29, 2014

    Town of Brentwood is looking to fill a permanent part-time position in the highway department for plowing, mowing, performing grounds work, and maintaining town cemeteries.  This position will be 32 hours per week and eligible for pro-rated benefits.   Beginning wage at $16.00 per hour.  Must be at least 18 years of age and obtain valid NH CDL within 6 months of employment.  Please send resume and cover letter to the selectmen’s office at 1 Dalton Road Brentwood NH 03833 or email to selectmen@brentwoodnh.gov 

  • Assessment Data Collection

    Posted on Aug 18, 2014

    As required by NH Dept. of Revenue, each NH municipality over a five year cycle is required to ensure compliance with applicable statutes and rules in the context of the Assessing Standards Board's Guidelines on Assessing Practices.  In conjuction with Brentwood's 5 year review, our full revaluation is due in 2015.  We do have a team of three assessors, Jim Michaud, Steve Hannan, and Rick Brideau, that have begun data collection.  For your peace of mind, Jim, Steve, and Rick have a photo ID available for you and we have sent information about their vehicles to our police department.  We appreciate the cooperation of any Town resident that may be contacted by them.