Before you visit the Seabrook Town Hall or any other Town Offices we ask if you could please consider the following questions;
Have you traveled out of New England in the last 14 days?
Within the past 14 days, have you had contact with anyone that you know had COVID-19 or COVID-19-like symptoms?
Have you had a positive COVID19 test for active virus in the past 10 days?
Within the past 14 days, has a public health or medical professional told you to selfmonitor, self-isolate, or selfquarantine because of concerns about COVID-19 infection?
Do you have any of these symptoms that are not caused by another condition? • Fever or chills • Cough • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing • Fatigue • Muscle or body aches • Headache • Recent loss of taste or smell • Sore throat • Congestion • Nausea or vomiting • Diarrhea
The General Election will take place November 3rd, 7:00am-7:00pm at the Seabrook Community Center, 311 Lafayette Road. If you happened to miss the deadline to register to vote, you may register the day of voting at the polls.
ATTENTION: If you would like to vote and are handicap or have any other challenges and can’t wait in line, please call the Recreation Center at 474-5746, we will send an election official with an Absentee Ballot and Form to your car. You will need to provide a Photo ID.
Absentee Ballots must be turned into the Town Clerks office at the Town Hall by 5:00PM on Monday, November 2nd or Tuesday, November 3rd at the Polls by 5:00PM.
Any questions about Absentee Ballots or the Election please call the Town Clerks office 603-474-3152.
Seabrook Announces Voluntary Water Restrictions ( Town seeks assistance in reducing water usage )
On October 5, 2020 the Town Of Seabrook at it’s scheduled Board of Selectmen meeting implemented a voluntary water ban. The Seabrook Board of Selectman acting in capacity as the water commissioners for The Town of Seabrook approved the request by Water/Sewer Superintendent Curtis Slayton and Chief Water Operator George Eaton.
Due to the recent dry conditions it has become necessary to ask residents to be mindful of how they use water. George has pointed out that under The Groundwater Management Plan all perimeters have been met to initiate a voluntary water ban. He also points out that 5 of the 12 wells have been throttled back as to not harm the wells by over pumpage.
The Seabrook Board of Selectman request that the public repair any leaks inside or outside their homes, reduce the frequency of washing cars and refrain from washing driveways and sidewalks. Also the Town would like residents and businesses to close up irrigation systems for the season.
The Seabrook Board of Selectman and the Seabrook Water Department are hopeful that more prudent use of water now, will help to avoid mandatory restrictions at a later date, and are appreciative of the support of the public.
Town Recycling will start back up on Monday, September 21st. Please note that the pick up for recycling coincides with your rubbish pick up. We ask that all caps be taken of all plastic jugs, Thank you!