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  • Refuse Billing: Effective July 2016, Brentwood will be introducing a new combined sewage and refuse statement.  Customers will no longer receive a separate quarterly invoice but will instead be issued a single monthly bill. Republic Services remains under contract to provide residential trash and recycling collection.

     

    Roadway & Sidewalk Projects: Pursuant to the approved five-year street improvement plan, the Borough is scheduled to rehabilitate sections of Shadyway Drive, Villawood Avenue, Kingsley Street, Pointview Road, and several alleys. Brentwood will also continue its successful shared cost sidewalk restoration program by making necessary repairs on the streets that are targeted for roadway upgrades, as well as along our heavily traveled Brownsville Road corridor.

     

    Zoning Ordinance: Council has formally adopted the Route 51 Streetscape Enhancement Overlay. This new section of the code is designed to improve the aesthetics and the accessibility of this vital commercial district. 

     

    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!

Council Contemplates Stop Signs to Address Limited Intersection Sight Lines

 

Protecting the safety of residents is the top priority of Borough Council. At its January 23rd meeting, the body will consider ratifying the placement of stops signs at two locations. It is proposed that a pair of signs be placed on Lawnview Avenue at the presently uncontrolled intersection with Kaufmann Avenue.  A third sign would be installed on Theresa Avenue at the "T" junction with Kaufmann Avenue to create a full three-way stop. A draft copy of the ordinance can be viewed here

 
Two New Fitness Classes to Commence This Month

 

Between the frenzied shopping expectations and myriad family and workplace events, finding time for exercise can be exceedingly difficult during the month of December.  Furthermore, chilly weather conditions and early sunsets often preclude outdoor activities. Brentwood Borough is working to make it easier for area residents to stay in shape this holiday season by debuting two all-new fitness classes. On Tuesday nights, individuals of all ages and ability levels are invited to join our instructor for an “amped up” version of kettlebell. Elevate your heartrate and sculpt each of your major muscle groups by moving weights to the rhythm of high-energy songs. This sixty minute course will move quickly, as participants get lost in the beats of danceable tunes. Looking for more of a challenge? Stop by on Thursday for a Body Blast session. This workout is designed to increase strength and stamina through a combination of intense cardio and weight-based repetitions. Both classes will take place at the Brentwood Civic Center at 6PM.

 

Admission to ten sessions can be purchased online for $60. Want to try a single class to find out if these exercises are right for you? Tickets can be obtained at the door for $8. These courses are designed to maximize the burning of calories…which means that you won’t have to feel guilty about taking that extra cookie from Santa!  

 
Proposed Budget, Tax Rate, and Sewage Rates Available for Review

 

At its November 21st meeting, Brentwood Council approved the proposed 2017 budget. This document can be viewed at the municipal building during regular business hours, which are Monday through Friday from 8AM to 4PM.  An electronic copy of the document can be viewed here. It is anticipated that this body will adopt the final budget at its December 12th meeting. Additionally, Council will set the 2017 tax rate and 2017 sewage rates at its upcoming December meeting. The proposed tax rate of 10 mils is unchanged from 2016. Copies of these ordinances are available here.

 
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Welcome From Our Borough Officials

L to R: President Pro Tempore Fox, Councilman Smith, Manager Zboyovsky, Councilman Carnevale, Councilman Pasquantonio, Councilman Doyle, President Frombach, Vice President Schubert, Mayor Troy.

Borough Vision Statement

The 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.

A Certified Sustainable Community!

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