Monday, April 12, 2021

Borough Government

Borough Utilizes New Format for Remote Access to Planning & Zoning Meetings

In recognition of the difficulty that certain users have experienced with attending meetings via Microsoft Teams, the Borough will be conducting its February 10th Zoning Hearing Board meeting via Zoom. Due to pandemic-related capacity restrictions, in-person attendance at this meeting, which pertains to a valdity challenge of the rezoning of the parcel at 201 Wainwright Avenue, has strictly limited. To participate electroniclly, please click here

Bidding Process for Capital Projects Moves to Online Format

Beginning with its forthcoming sidewalk restoration and road resurfacing projects, the Borough will be partnering with electronic bid management vendor PennBid to increase the efficiency of its capital construction projects. In lieu of requesting lengthy paper copies of specifications, interested contractors will be able to register to download these materials from a centralized portal. There is no cost to the Borough to utilize this system, and there is similarly no cost for a firm to submit a proposal. This program is instead funded via the assessment of a small service fee to the winning bidder. 

All Operations Officially Moved to New Municipal Building

After more than 100 years of operating at the corner of Brownsville Road and Marylea Avenue, Brentwood Borough has relocated its offices. This move to an entirely new municipal building at a site that previously housed a dilapidated structure follows a decade long planning process and 18 months of construction. Staff began to transition to this new facility in December, and the lobby was officially opened to visitors on January 4, 2021. Please take note that, if you are dropping off or mailing documents to Brentwood Borough, our new address is 3735 Brownsville Road.