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    • Mon, Nov 9

      Legal Notice 11/9/2020 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

      07:00pm at Town Office

      Meeting 11/9/2020 - Zoning Board of Adjustment

      07:00pm at Town Office
    • Thu, Nov 12

      Meeting 11/12/2020 - Cemetery

      05:00pm at Brentwood Town Hall
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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.

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  • Reminders for using town owned land

    Posted on Mon at 02:43pm

    The year 2020 has brought about many challenges and changes to the way we work and play.  One big change is that more and more people are getting outdoors whether that is for walking, biking, learning, or socializing with friends.  With about 1/3 of the land in Brentwood in conservation easement, we have the privilege to use a lot of public land for recreational activities.  Please remember that while you are out on public land that others may be out enjoying it too and fo ...

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  • 2020 General Ballot

    Posted on Mon at 10:23am

    Attached is the 2020 General Ballot

    2020GeneralElectionBallot.pdf

  • Testing ballots

    Posted on Fri at 10:46am

    We will be testing ballots for the General Election on Oct 26,2020 at 4:45pm at the Brentwood Rec Center. 

  • Pre-processing and processing of Absentee Ballots

    Posted on Fri at 10:35am

    We will begin pre-processing absentee ballots on October 30, 2020 9am at the town office.  This process entails opening the outer envelopes of the absentee ballots and highlighting the voter on the checklist.  We will also check to ensure that the affidavit envelope has been signed.  If there are any issues during this process, we will call the voter to give them the chance to correct the issue.  

    We will begin full processing of the absentee ballots on Novemb ...

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