ALERTS: None at this time!

Distribution of Placards is Cancelled for the 2020 Season

There will be no distribution of placards for the 2020 season.

Please click HERE for for the Draft Seabrook Beach Reopening Plan that was discussed at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on May 18th, to watch the meeting please click HERE. If you are a property owner on Seabrook Beach and it is your second home and do not register your car in town, you may use the Seabrook Transfer Station by showing your Tax Bill and a Photo ID. For more updates regarding the beach reopening plan, please continuing to check the website.

 


Outdoor Seating Application-Building & Health

Please see below for the governors Stay at Home 2.0 order,

Stay Home 2.0
Outdoor Seating Application


Announcement-Seabrook Library

To the Residents of Seabrook

The Seabrook Library staff would like to thank you for your continued patience during this unprecedented time.  The Library is working towards resuming services following Federal, State, Local Government, and the CDC’s guidelines.  We are pleased to announce that effective Monday, May 11th we will be resuming curbside pick of materials.  Materials may be requested through the online catalog, by email at [email protected] or by phone 603-474-2044.   All returns must be placed in the book drop.

You can continue to borrow digital items and access free Wifi in the parking lot.   As we move forward we will update our website www.sealib.org, Facebook pages, and local area newspapers.  For additional information or questions, please contact the library by either email or phone.

Our goal is to resume all library services as soon as it is safe to do so.

 


2020 Placard Distribution Postponed Until Further Notice

Placards will not be distributed starting May 1st until further notice, as of now the Town will update the website, channel 22 and social media weekly to let residents know when they are available to pick up. Thank you for your cooperation!


Supervisor of the Checklist Meeting June 2nd, Public Notice

Supervisor of the Checklist Meeting
Town Clerks Office
June 2, 2020
Time: 7:00-7:30 pm
Last day to change party: June 2, 2020

 


2019 Low and Moderate Property Tax Relief

THE
2019 LOW AND MODERATE INCOME HOMEOWNERS
PROPERTY TAX RELIEF (DP-8)

FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE

YOU MAY QUALIFY IF YOUR SEABROOK HOME IS YOUR PRIMARY
RESIDENCE, YOU ARE THE OWNER OR AN EQUITABLE OWNER AND
PAID TAXES TO THE TOWN AND YOUR ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME IS
BELOW $20,000.01 IF SINGLE OR $40,000.01 IF MARRIED.

THE FORM MUST BE MAILED TO THE STATE OF NH BY JUNE 30, 2020

THE FORM CAN BE FOUND ON-LINE AT

https://www.revenue.nh.gov/forms/2020/documents/dp-8-2019-print.pdf

OR WE CAN EMAIL OR MAIL YOU A FORM.
CALL THE OFFICE AT 603-474-2966 OR EMAIL

[email protected]

THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE WILL ALSO ASSIST YOU WITH THE
FORM ONCE WE REOPEN THE DOORS TO THE PUBLIC.


Transfer Station Reopening Monday, May 4th

The Seabrook Transfer Station will reopen Monday, May 4th, Monday-Friday for all operations/items excluding the Swap Shop and the Recycling Program will remain suspended. Please read below for more details. Thank You!


Seabrook Library Trustees Meeting Announcement

Meeting Notice

Seabrook Library Board of Trustees

Special Meeting

Date: Tuesday, April 28th

Time: 1:00 pm

For additional information please call 474-2044 or email  [email protected]


Transfer Station reopening Tuesday, April 21st, Accepting yard clipping ONLY

The Seabrook Transfer Station will be reopening weekly starting Tuesday, April 21st for yard clippings ONLY. Please read the flyer below for details. The recycling program is still suspended for the safety of our employees, please place any recycling you wish to dispose in your household rubbish, rubbish runs are ongoing as normal. Thank you!

 


Seabrook Mosquito Control Program 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF SEABROOK
Mosquito Control

The Mosquito Control program begins the week of April 13, 2020 in the Town of Seabrook.
Crews from Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc. will be checking swamps, salt marshes, woodland
pools, ditches, storm drains and other shallow, stagnant water for mosquito larvae. When
mosquitoes are found, the following insecticides may be used:

VectoBac (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis 2.8%)
Natular (spinosad 2.5%)
Fourstar MBG (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis 3.0% & Bacillus sphaericus 3.0%)
VectoMax FG (Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis 4.5% & Bacillus sphaericus 2.7%)
CocoBear MLO (mineral oil 10.0%)
BVA 2 Mosquito Larvicide Oil (mineral oil 97.0%)

 

Control of adult mosquitoes may occur at the Seabrook Schools in preparation for Old Home
Day.

It is not possible to predict if emergency spraying for Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Jamestown
Canyon Virus or West Nile Virus will be necessary. The spray schedule is based upon mosquito
surveillance data, disease test results and weather conditions. Disease activity occurs later in the
summer. A decision to conduct emergency spraying would be made in consultation with
Seabrook Town Officials. Further communication will be given if this action is required.

Residents who do not want their wetlands treated may use our No-Spray Registry online
at www.dragonmosquito.com/no-spray-registry or write to Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc., P.O.
Box 46, Stratham, NH 03885. Be sure to include your name, physical address, phone number,
the color of your house and acreage or road frontage. Residents may call 734-4144 or
email [email protected] for further information regarding dates, times, locations,
insecticides, precautions, and other concerns.

Dragon Mosquito Control, Inc., PO Box 46 Stratham, NH 03885, www.dragonmosquito.com, 603-734-4144