Brentwood Municipal Building
3735 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, PA 15227
Main Offices: (412) 884-1500
Emergency & Non-Emergency Requests: 911
Police Informational Inquiries: (412) 884-2600
The presence of a well-maintained transportation infrastructure is critical for the economic growth of a municipality. However, the effects of age and weather extremes can take a severe toll on the condition of our roadways. Brentwood Borough Council has demonstrated its commitment to enhancing the state of our streets by approving a comprehensive five-year rehabilitation plan. Although governmental entities are currently facing constrained financial positions, Council acknowledges that further deferring maintenance will only increase the costs of these projects in the future while concurrently compromising safety and efficiency in the present. By assessing the aggregate long term needs of our community, the Borough is able to prioritize projects and utilize best repair practices, which will reduce overall expenses.
Brentwood Borough is proud to participate in the Brentwood-Baldwin-Whitehall Shade Tree Commission. This organization is the first multi-municipal collaboration of its kind in the state of Pennsylvania. The board is tasked with maintaining the urban tree population of these communities so as to enhance air quality, improve storm water management, and increase the aesthetic appeal of our neighborhoods. A total of nine members serve on the new committee, with each borough receiving equal representation.
In order to provide our residents with the high quality services that they have come to expect, it is necessary for our municipality to carefully and efficiently allocate scarce resources. Brentwood Borough recognizes that the dollars that are utilized to keep our neighborhoods safe and attractive come from the public, and, in order to demonstrate that we are faithful stewards of these funds, our community has long disseminated a highly detailed budget. Because of the amount of pertinent information that is included in this annually-generated document, our Borough is a multi-year recipient of the Government Finance Officers Association's Distinguished Budget Award. However, Brentwood recognizes that, from a citizen's perspective, reviewing a more than 700 page packet of data can be a daunting challenge. Consequently, the Borough has partnered with software developer ClearGov to produce a simple-to-navigate, electronic version of our budget booklet. As we place the finishing touches on this tool, we encourage you to test drive the application here.
Peter Cottontail's trip along the Bunny Trail will take him right through the heart of Brentwood! On Sunday, April 10, 2022, local youths will be able to enjoy the bounty of treats that spring's fuzzy friend will leave behind. A festive Easter Egg hunt will take place on Athletic Fields #2 & #3. Children will provided with cartons and will be invited to scour these areas in search of tasty treats. Activities, including a ballonist exhibition, an airbrush tattoo artist, and a craft table, will be available. Children will be permitted to gather eggs in accordance with the following schedule:
Brentwood Borough will host an event that is designed to ensure that older adults from across the South Hills have access to those resources that will help to maximize their quality of life. An array of local vendors and officials from state agencies will be available to provide literature and to answer questions during a drive-thru Senior Citizen Informational Fair. The event, which is sponsored by Representative Jessica Benham, will take place on Wednesday, April 6th from 10AM to 1PM in the lot at Brentwood Park.