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  • Sewage Billing: Effective January 2015, Brentwood is terminating its utility billing relationship with Jordan Tax Service. Future statements will be printed under contract by PNC Bank. Payments will be accepted through a mailing lockbox or via a convenient electronic system hosted on the Borough website. All customer service functions will become internal functions.

     

    Roadway Projects: Per the approved five-year street improvement plan, sections of Pyramid, Glendale, and Bellecrest Avenues have been repaired. The Borough also contracted with the City of Pittsburgh to resurface the portion of Churchview Avenue that abuts both municipalities.  In 2015, this comprehensive project will continue, as parts of Dauphin Street will be entirely reconstructed, while a large segment of Greenlee Road will be repaved.

     

    Zoning Ordinance: The entirely overhauled zoning code is available for view here. It is designed to preserve the community's current aesthetics while concurrently increasing opportunities for businesses.  To further spur development and to improve transit connections, a potential zoning overlay district for the Route 51 corridor is being assessed.

     

    Recreational Programming: Brentwood Borough is pleased to offer an array of interesting and exciting programs for both children and adults. Click here for more information!

Residents Invited to Leave Their Autos Behind and Hit the Streets

 

Cities across the country have embraced the “open streets” movement, which encourages residents to explore their neighborhoods without the use of a motor vehicle. The first suburban open streets event in the Pittsburgh area is scheduled to be held on October 17th on Brownsville Road. Our municipal Main Street will be closed to automobiles between Route 51 and the Brentwood Park entrance from 9AM to 1PM. This well-traveled urban space will be temporarily transformed into an open space for walking, biking, running, skating, exercising, dancing, shopping, socializing, and much, much more.

 

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to take back the streets! Join us as we promote healthy and active lifestyles, green transportation options, and local businesses.

 

Volunteers are needed to assist the the operation of the event.  Additionally, area businesses are encouraged to participate in the program by offering recreational activities to visitors.  To enroll in either capacity, contact Stephanie Miller at 412-884-1400 x103. For more information, see the attached flyer.

 

 
Brentwood Pool Scheduled Amended

 

As the traditional summer season winds to its conclusion, Brentwood invites its residents to return to our community pool for one final dip.  The pool will operate with reduced hours from August 24th through 28th and August 31st through September 3rd.  Gates will open at 3:30PM.  Additionally, the pool will not open on September 4th in honor of the Spartans football home opener. Normal hours of operation will resume September 5th for Labor Day weekend. The pool will close for the season on September 7th.

 
"Yard Sale of the Century" Unites Neighbors Over Bargains

 

A classic idiom states that one man’s trash can be another man’s treasure. Nowhere does this expression hold more true than at yard sales, where a diverse selection of new and used goods are made available at discounted prices. As part of its ongoing celebration of our municipality’s 100th birthday, the Brentwood Centennial Committee is sponsoring a community-wide yard sale event, which will take place from 8AM to 3PM on August 8th. The public is invited to peruse an assortment of goods, from the conventional to the unusual, at over 60 separate sites. Remember not to limit your patronage to the main drags, as a number of residents of our less travelled thoroughfares are scheduled to participate!

 
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Borough Vision Statement

Logo100x100The Borough of Brentwood is a unified, family-oriented community with a strong commitment to civic pride and traditions.  While preserving these standards, ideals and traditions, the community shall strive to provide a high quality of life for all, a superior educational system and residential areas with a more suburban character.  The community shall support established businesses while encouraging future economic development and effective local government, all within a safe and clean environment.

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