The Brentwood Borough Council is the governing body of our community. As representatives of the electorate, Council works to transform the will of the public into Borough policy. Council has the authority to pass local law in the form of ordinances, as well as to render administrative decisions, such as the adoption of the budget and the approval of service contracts, through resolutions. Membership consists of seven civically-minded individuals who are elected at-large by Borough citizens for staggered four-year terms.
Brentwood Council general meets twice per month for a public session. Such meetings are held on the third and fourth Mondays of each month. The Council Chambers are located in the Brentwood Municipal Building, which is located 3735 Brownsville Road. If you are interested in attending a meeting but require a disability accommodation, please contact the Borough at (412) 884-1500 at least five days prior to the hearing.