Wednesday, 21 March 2018
  • Community Day: Join friends and neighbors at Brentwood Park on June 30th.  Featuring a diverse assortment of food vendors, crafts, games, music, and children's activities. 


    Roadway & Sidewalk Projects: Pursuant to the five-year street improvement plan, the Borough is scheduled to rehabilitate sections of Pyramid Avenue, Sankey Avenue, Burdine Street, Towne Square Way Old Clairton Road, and several alleys. With the help of a state grant, Brentwood will expand the scope of its successful shared cost sidewalk restoration program.  In addition to the streets that are targeted for pavement resurfacing, the Borough will also restore sidewalks along Lanmore Avenue, Dalewood Street, Cloverlea Street, and Elton Avenue.


    Military Banners: These commemorative displays will be exhibited annually from Memorial Day to Veterans Day.  To view a list of program participants, please click here.  Additional space is available.  Complete the progam application to enroll.


    Crime Watch App: The Brentwood Police Department is pleased to offer this powerful new tool. View statistics or report a tip anonymously.  Click here for details.


    Pool Improvements: Phase I of this critical project is scheduled to commence upon the close of the 2018 season.  Primary components include the installation of a liner to protect the pool shell, the replacement of the recirculation gutter, and the resurfacing of the concrete deck. 

Movies Series Brings Three Family Favorites to Brentwood Pool

Feature films are returning to Brentwood Pool. Relive the seventh installment the Star Wars saga during a June 16th performance of “The Force Awakens.” Special guests from the Galactic Empire are scheduled to make an appearance! Spend some time with a being from a different universe when “E.T." finds a home in Brentwood on July 21st. The season concludes on August 18th, as the good luck dolls of the "Trolls" series hit the big screen. All shows begin at dusk.


Summer Concert Series Returns


For the third conseuctive season, the sounds of popular music will emanate from Brentwood Stadium.  Residents are invited to enjoy three nights of classic tunes under the warm summer air at our comfortable facility.  On June 3rd, Sir Paul doppelganger Tony Burlingame will perform with The McCartney Project.  Sing along to beloved hits, as this hard-working "band on the run" features a diverse array of songs from The Beatles and Wings.  The original icon of rock n' roll is scheduled to grace Brentwood on July 1st.  Kavan & The Memphis Flash Band will have you swaying in your blue suede shoes, as they conduct an energetic exploration of the catalogue of Elvis Presley. Detroit-based quartet Sinjon Smith closes out the season on August 5th.  This group welcomes listeners to get on their feet, as they play an eclectic collection of dancable covers.  These shows will take place at 7PM and can be attended at no cost!


Parking Amendments Reviewed by Council

Brentwood Borough Council is presently entertaining two pieces of legislation that pertain to the storage of vehicles. First, the body will consider an ordinance that amends the municipality’s general parking provisions. The key component of this draft is the inclusion of language that unambiguously requires the use of off-street stalls where available. Brentwood is also reviewing the possibility of implementing a special “business parking zone” on several streets that abut the Brownsville Road corridor. In these designated areas, only residents and permitted employees would be entitled to on-street parking. This ordinance does not mandate the implementation of any broad permit parking program. Second, Council will review a recommended alteration to its metered parking ordinance. This proposal would designate the dead end portion of Munsey Avenue that abuts the GetGo parcel as a paid parking zone. A copy of the drafts are available online here.

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Welcome From Our Borough Officials

L to R: Councilwoman George, Councilwoman Fox, Councilman Carnevale, District Magistrate Kaiser, President Smith, Vice President Frombach, Councilman Pasquantonio, Manager Zboyovsky, Mayor Troy, President Pro Tempore Doyle

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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