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Water Main Flushing, April 15th – June 15th

The Seabrook Water Department will be flushing its water mains April 15th through June 15th, Monday through Friday excluding weekends. There may be some low pressure and discolored water at this time. The department wishes to apologize for any inconvenience, but feels the improvement will make it worthwhile. For any questions or concerns, please call the water department at 603-474-9921.


Master Plan Survey – Seabrook Planning Board

The Seabrook Planning Board is currently working on rewritting and updating the Town Master Plan, the board has sent out postcards inviting you to participate in the survey that will help assist the board understanding what the town residents want to see as our town grows. The postcard has the web information on how you can access the survey. If you would like to access a hard copy of the survey, they will be available at the Town Hall, Recreation Center, Beach Precinct and the Library. Here is the link to access the survey as well http://surveymonkey.com/r/SeabrookMP. Please be mindful and only fill out the survey one time.


Tax Collectors Office CLOSED Wednesday, April 17th

The tax collectors office will be closed Wednesday, April 17th due to the annual spring tax collector workshop. They will reopen on Thursday, April 18th at 7:30am.


Seabrook School District Planning Committee


Election Results from the Annual Town Election

Click HERE for the Town and Seabook School voting results.


Town Wide Revaluation 2024

Please be aware that Vision Government Solutions, hired by the Town of Seabrook will be working in Seabrook neighborhoods collecting data, sales verifications, and inspecting properties for revaluation purposes until July 2024. If you have any questions please call the assessing office at 603-474-2966 or the town managers office at 603-474-3252


Seabrook Resiliency Grant Information

Seabrook Wastewater Facility
Resiliency Opportunities

Town of Seabrook Wastewater Treatment Facility Climate Resilience Designs

Seabrook’s Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF), supporting roadway, and pump stations are vulnerable to climate impacts such as sea level rise and coastal storm surge. Located on Wright’s Island, the aging WWTF collects and treats residential, commercial, and industrial wastewater from most of the town. Any disruptions to WWTF operation due to flooding from sea-level rise and storm surge could result in significant public health risks, disrupt business activities, and potentially pollute groundwater and our oceanfront areas.  The Town is proactively planning and preparing the facility for flooding now, before it causes damage or disruption.

PROJECT TIMELINE:

The project is currently finalizing designs for the resilience upgrades and plans to start implementation in 2024 to protect the WWTF and treatment functions from future storm surges, sea level rise, or flooding. Thanks to funding from ARPA and a state of New Hampshire Grant Program, the Town can implement adaptation strategies for the facility right away

Watch this video to learn more, and share your thoughts at the online survey form http://tinyurl.com/SeabrookClimate.  The Town wants to hear your thoughts, concerns, and questions regarding climate impacts and this project.

Analysis Project

Town of Seabrook Wastewater Treatment Facility Climate Resilience Assessment

In order to inform long-term planning and ensure public health and safety, the WWTF Climate Resilience Assessment project will help the Town:

-Better understand specific climate impacts to the WWTF
-Identify potential adaptation options for improving the resilience of the WWTF
-Inform the public of project results

Preparing for the long-term impacts of climate change will be critical for the future of our community. Through the Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) resiliency planning process, we want to ensure you are informed about the decisions the Town is making to safeguard this critical community asset. The Town has released a video and online survey form (tinyurl.com/SeabrookClimate) to hear your thoughts, concerns, and questions regarding the project.

This project was funded, in part, by NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management under the Coastal Zone Management Act in conjunction with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Coastal Program. The Town has contracted Weston & Sampson, an interdisciplinary design and engineering consultancy, to support this project.

Follow the Town’s website and Facebook platforms (@townofseabrooknh and @seabrookwwtf) for updates on this project. Contact the Seabrook Sewer Department at [email protected] or 603-474-8012 for questions regarding this project.


Primary Presidential Election Results

Here are the election results for the Primary Presidential Election;

Click HERE for the Republican Results.

Click HERE for the Democratic Results.


New water and sewer rates starting January 1, 2024

Starting January 1, 2024, the water & sewer base rates and usage will change, please see the new rates attached. Quarterly fees have been also added for fire protection systems and private hydrants.

 


Winter Plowing and Salting Information

As winter is approaching we ask in order to facilitate effective plowing and salting, the town is requesting that residents please move anything that might obstruct a plow, such as vehicles, basketball hoops or anything owned be a resident that could impede a plow. Thank you!