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Brentwood Home Page News05.23.2023

Town Offices Closed Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day

Town Offices Closed Monday, May 29th in observance of Memorial Day

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Brentwood Home Page News05.22.2023

Seeking 1 member for the Communications Subcommittee

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Brentwood Home Page News05.22.2023

Memorial Day

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 curbside by 6:30 am. more

Brentwood Home Page News05.22.2023

Seeking up to 3 Alternates for the Zoning Board

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Brentwood Home Page News05.18.2023

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) 642-6400 ext 113 or 114. more

Brentwood Home Page News05.10.2023

Seeking Summer Camp Counselors

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Brentwood Home Page News05.08.2023

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 be closing at 11am. more

Brentwood Home Page News05.03.2023

Fundraiser for Amphitheater

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Brentwood Home Page News04.26.2023

Dog Registrations due

Is your dog registered with the town? All dogs must be registered by April 30th to avoid fines. You may register your dog on our website If your dog has died, please let us know so that we may remove them from our list. more

Brentwood Home Page News04.20.2023

Library Trustees seeking alternates

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Brentwood Home Page News04.13.2023

Seeking Full Time Firefighter

The Brentwood Fire Department is accepting applications and resumes for an immediate Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/AEMT position. Paramedic preferred.
Firefighter/EMT Annual Salary – $45,864.00 and $48,157.20 upon completion of probation Firefighter/AEMT Annual Salary – $50,450.40 and $52,743.60 upon completion of probation Firefighter/Paramedic Annual Salary – $55,036.80 and $57,330.00 upon completion of probation more

Brentwood Home Page News04.12.2023

Recreation Commission is seeking TWO members

RECREATION COMMISSION is seeking TWO members to fill open seats. The Recreation Commission serves as an advisory board to the Recreation Director. The Commission shall recommend policies of operation and maintenance of all recreation in the Town, in accordance with the laws governing public recreation in the State of New Hampshire. While meeting these purposes, the Commission shall take into consideration the recommendations of and work closely with the Recreation Director. The Commission shall act as a sounding board for the Recreation Director. It shall advise the Director as a group, rather than as individuals. Commissioners shall deal officially with the Recreation staff only through the Director. All programs will be evaluated periodically by the Commission to determine need and effectiveness. New programs shall be reviewed and approved by the Commission. All programs are operated exclusively under the direction of the Director. The Commission shall have a focus on volunteerism, in particular assisting with special events as needed. It shall be the duty of each of the commissioners to take an active part in the direction of the Commission’s program and to act in whatever capacity he/she may be called; to be loyal in thought and deed to the welfare of recreation and to the community which it seeks to serve. The Commission shall meet regularly on the fourth Wednesday of each calendar month unless such schedule is amended by vote of the Commission. Special meetings may be called by the Chairperson or upon the request of two members. Meetings can also be changed due to holidays in certain months. Recreation Commissioners shall be appointed and must be approved by the Selectboard to serve on one or three-year terms (or the unexpired portion of a term, in the case of resignation/removal). All commissioners must be a resident of Brentwood to be on the board. Please complete a statement of interest by May 11, 2023. Completed forms should be returned to Karen Clement at more

Brentwood Home Page News03.13.2023

Trash delayed due to storm

Trash collection will be delayed one day this week due to the impending storm.  Trash will be collected on Wednesday, March 15th and Thursday, March 16th.  

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Brentwood Home Page News02.24.2023

Supervisor of the Checklist session

LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF BRENTWOOD, NH 1 Dalton Road Brentwood, NH 03833 SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECKLIST The Supervisors of the Checklist for the Town of Brentwood, NH, will be in session at the Brentwood Town Office on Saturday, March 4th, at 1 more

Brentwood Home Page News02.23.2023

Town Offices Closed 02/23/2023

The town offices will be closed on Thursday, February 23, 2023 due to icy road conditions.  We apologize for any inconvenience.   

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Brentwood Home Page News02.22.2023


Question # 1 on your town ballot: "Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 40:13 (known as SB2) to allow official ballot
voting on all issues before the Town on the second Tuesday of March?"
To learn what SB2 is and how it will change our form o more

Brentwood Home Page News01.17.2023

Winter Reminders

In order to protect the citizens of the Town of Brentwood and to facilitate snow removal and sanding operations, there will be NO parking allowed on any public street from November 1st to April 15th. - We apologize for the inconvenience. Mailboxes are located in the town’s right of way. The town assumes NO responsibility for mailboxes damaged or broken during snow removal. - Please be sure basketball hoops are not in the roadway or in the town's right of way. - We have noticed many residents out walking or running during storms. The safest place to be during a storm is indoors. If you must go out, here are some safety tips! more