Our town is a friendly, rural community located 20 minutes from New Hampshire's beautiful seacoast. With about 1,400 households, 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.
Dog civil forfeitures
Civil Forfeitures will begin soon. Registrations were due April 30, 2023. If your dog has passed away or you are waiting for a rabies vaccine, please contact us at (603) 642-6400 ext 114. Payment for registrations can be m ...read morePosted on Yesterday at 08:24am By Brentwood Home Page News
Town Offices Closed Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day
Town Offices Closed Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Dayread more Posted on Tue, May 23 at 02:27pm By Brentwood Home Page News
Trash and recycling collection will be delayed one day for Memorial Day. Tuesday collection will be on Wednesday, May 31st and Wednesday collection will be on Thursday, June 1st. As a reminder, have all items curb ...read morePosted on Mon, May 22 at 11:45am By Brentwood Home Page News
2023 1st Issue Property Tax Bill
2023 1st Issue property tax bills are being mailed out today. The due date is Monday, July 3, 2023. f you have not received a bill within the next few weeks, please reach out to the Tax Collector's office at (603) 6 ...read morePosted on Thu, May 18 at 11:32am By Brentwood Home Page News
Seeking Summer Camp Counselors
Camp_Counselor_Job_Description.pdfread more Posted on Wed, May 10 at 02:05pm By Brentwood Home Page News
Office hours Friday 05/12/2023
The Town Clerk/Tax Collectors will be closed from 11am to 1pm on Friday, May 12, 2023 to allow staff to attend the Memorial Service for Officer Stephen Arkell at the Tonry Cemetery.
The Selectboard's office will b ...read more