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. 

Commemorative Brick Program Adds Personalized Touch to Brentwood Park

Looking for a unique way to honor a loved one or promote a business? Leave your permanent mark on Brentwood Park! Residents are invited to engrave a personalized message on a commemorative paving brick. These bricks will be installed as part of a decorative walkway that will serve as an aesthetically pleasing gateway to our state-of-the-art new playground. For a fee of $50, residents may purchase a 4” by 8” brick, which can display up to 60 characters. Need a longer message? 8” by 8” bricks, which can display up to 120 characters, are available at a price of $75. To enroll in this program, please download the order form here.  

Borough Meeting Schedule Announced


Brentwood Borough has released its schedule of 2017 public meetings. Agenda meetings will continue to be held on the third Monday of each month, while regular meetings will take place on the fourth Monday of the month. Please take note that the September agenda meeting will take place on an alternate date; no agenda meeting will occur in December. Committee meetings will be arranged as needed for the second Monday of the month. Other boards and committees will meet when needed in accordance with the schedule outlined here.

Officers Remind Drivers to Remain Vigilant During Halloween


The Brentwood Borough Police Department reminds motorists to be on the alert for pedestrians throughout the Halloween season. When trick-or-treaters or in the area, plan to travel at slower than the posted speed limit and consider utilizing your headlights during daylight hours to maximize pedestrian visibility. Drivers are also reminded that Pennsylvania law requires vehicles to yield to pedestrians at crosswalks; noncompliance can result in the issuance of a $50 fine.


Parents are encouraged to stop by the municipal building for a free Halloween safety packet, which includes a reflective bag, a glow-in-the-dark wristband, and a keychain flashlight. Supplies are limited. Our officers also remind parents to ensure that their child's costume is of a correct size and length so as to prevent trip and fall accidents. Additionally, keep a close eye on your little ones as they approach intersections or driveways.


In 2015, there were 375 collisions between automobiles and pedestrians in Allegheny County alone.  Through a combination of attentive driving and cautious walking, local residents can do their part to help eliminate these needless tragedies. 

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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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