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Nuclear Decommission Finance Committee Vacancy

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen seek a person to serve on the Nuclear Decommission Finance Committee, established to provide assurance of adequate funding of nuclear generating facilities “to ensure proper and safe decommissioning and subsequent surveillance of nuclear reactor sites to the extent necessary to prevent such sites from constituting a hazard to future generations.” Meetings are held in Concord.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest to Select Board Chair Ella Brown through the Office of the Town Manager by emailing it to: [email protected]

2021 Revaluation Information

Below, is information and a PowerPoint presentation on the process of the Town of Seabrook Revaluation;

Town of Seabrook Revaluation Process Presentation
Seabrook NH 2021 Revaluation Summary of values and Conclusions

New assessed values by Location
New assessed values by Owner
New assessed values by Map and Lot
Sales 4.1.2020 thru 6.30.2021

Transfer Station Hours Updated

The Transfer Station will now be open Monday through Saturday starting April 20th, hours as follows;

Monday-Thursday; 8:00am-3:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-12:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am-11:00am
Sunday: CLOSED

Rocks Road gates will be closed, please access the station from the North Entrance.
The Swap Shop will remained closed.

Placard Policy for the 2021 Season

The Town of Seabrook will issue one beach parking placard to any Seabrook residential home owner upon request. One placard will be issued per address, with a drivers license required at the time of request. Placards will be issued at the Seabrook Town Hall, 99 Lafayette Road, Second Floor, beginning  Monday, May 3rd, Monday-Thur’s.

Pick Up Hours:
Monday: 8:00am-3:30pm
Tuesday: 8:00am-3:30pm
Wednesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am-3:30pm

If there are any questions please call 603-474-3252

COVID-19 Vaccine Information,

If looking to receive the COVID-19 Vaccination or have questions about the vaccine please visit;

Mosquito Control Public Notice

Please see the attached Public Notice from Dragon Mosquito;

Notice Of Availability-Hampton Harbor Bridge Project

Attached is the notice from the DOT and Federal High Administration regarding the Hampton Bridge Project;

Results from the 2021 Town Election

The results from the March 9th Annual Town Election ;


2021 Revaluation Info


The Appraisal Firm of Vision Government Solutions has been hired by the Town of Seabrook to begin a State required Town-wide Statistical Revaluation Project, bringing our assessments to 100%. Vision’s Appraisal division will be working with the Assessing Department to make the process a successful one. The following is a general outline and explanation of each phase of the project.

There are five major phases to a municipal revaluation: Data Collection, Market Analysis, Valuation, Field Review and Informal Hearings.



The first phase, Data Collection or verification of the sales, will begin in Mid March 2021, and will last for approximately 1 month. During this phase data collectors also known as “Listers” go to each sale property and physically verify the measurements of the exterior of each building and may ask to verify verbally the interior if you are home.  They will not ask to enter the home, only ask questions to verify the record.  These Listers note the buildings location, size, age, quality of construction, improvements, topography, utilities, zoning restrictions, if any, and numerous other characteristics both inside and out.  The entire process takes approximately 15 minutes. If a homeowner is not home during the initial visit a letter may be mailed to the property owner asking them to call discuss the interior description of the property.


All Vision Representatives will carry Identification Cards and have their cars listed with both the Assessing Office and Municipal Police.



A variety of resources are used to analyze the real estate market. While the physical data is being collected by Vision Listers, appraisal personnel will be analyzing recent sales that took place over the last two years to determine which market factors influenced property values. Once all the data is collected and reviewed for accuracy, the appraiser will determine land values and set Neighborhood Site Indexes, that rate the desirability of locations throughout the Town.



Valuation is done using one of the three recognized methods, Replacement Cost, Income Approach and Market Value.  Market Value is the most widely used approach, and most easily explained to the taxpayer.

During this phase, individual characteristics of the building are analyzed using information gathered in both phase 1 and 2. Each property is compared to other comparable properties with similar characteristics. Then the market value of the improvements are added to the land value that was previously determined.  This value is the final estimate for each parcel of property, building and land.



Field Review is the method of checking and re-checking both the values that have been determined and the data that has been collected. During this review, properties are viewed in the field by experienced appraisers who double check uniformity and accuracy of information.



Once the Field Review is completed, a Notice of New Values will be mailed to each property owner. At this time, anyone with questions concerning the revaluation process or about the data collected on their property has an opportunity to meet with a member of Vision’s staff to discuss their property value.  This should occur sometime in late July to mid August 2021.

Warrant Article Presentation

Below is the Presentation of Warrant Articles for the 2021 ballot, presented by the Seabrook Department Heads, and Hosted by the Board of Selectmen.