ALERTS: COMMUNITY CENTER/RECREATION CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. SEABROOK SCHOOLS & WHS CLOSED FOR THE REST OF ACADEMIC SCHOOL YEAR.

The New Hampshire Regional Beach Reopening Plan

The Town of Seabrook, along with the towns of Hampton, Rye, New Castle, and North Hampton, have agreed to a set of beach reopening protocols that were submitted to the Governor’s Reopening Task Force yesterday. The Task Force received this document on May 21, 2020 and approved it for submission to Governor Sununu for consideration. I would like to thank Senator Tom Sherman as well as the management teams from all the communities for all of the work in building this consensus, as well as Tim Roache from the Rockingham Planning Commission. Our thanks to the Governor’s Office and the Reopening Task Force for all of their hard work on the many difficult issues they are faced with.

It is important to note that this document does not contain any reference to, or support of, the Hampton Beach Reopening Plan call for the closing of Ocean Blvd. in Hampton. The Town of Seabrook’s Board of Selectmen continue to oppose that aspect of the Hampton Plan, and have submitted a letter of opposition to it.

The plan submitted yesterday is attached below.

Regional Beach Plan 5-21-20 Final Draft