Friday, 30 January 2015
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Sewage Billing Process to Change in 2015 Print E-mail


Effective December 31, 2014, Brentwood Borough will be terminating its sewage collection relationship with Jordan Tax Service. The Borough has contracted with PNC Bank to generate monthly statements and to collect sewage receipts.  Customers will have the option of submitting payment via check by mailing the enclosed envelope to PNC’s remote “lockbox.” Additionally, clients will have the opportunity to satisfy a bill via credit card or to enroll for automatic withdrawal through a link to PNC’s “Payer Express” that will be hosted on the Borough website. This simple electronic tool will even allow residents to view balances and payment history from the comfort of their living rooms. PNC will provide real time transaction data to Borough staff so as to allow for the prompt recording of payments in our new billing program from Software Systems.


As part of our commitment to transparency and open communication, the Borough will be moving all customer service functions to become in-house duties. Clients will be able to receiving billing and usage data, as well as to change account information, by calling or visiting our municipal offices. Please note that, unless otherwise required by a termination of service notice, residents will not be able to make payments at the borough building.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 September 2014 16:14
Online Service Makes Recreational Registration a Breeze Print E-mail


Brentwood Borough is proud to partner with the software firm RecDesk to provide a new electronic option for recreational registration. For a nominal fee, participants can instantly enroll in our wide selection of activities and courses.  Please note that this module will be used only to process applications for recreational programming. Delinquent sewage bills and parking ticket payments will continued to be accepted via ESCI.  To test drive RecDesk, visit the Parks & Recreation section of the website. 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 May 2014 18:13
New Waste Collection Rules Come into Effect Print E-mail


As of January 2013, Brentwood residents will no longer be permitted to place computers, televisions, or similar electronics at the curbside for removal by Allied Waste.  The Covered Device Recycling Act prohibits the disposal of these items at landfills so as to prevent harmful heavy metals from seeping into the water supply.  The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection maintains a list of authorized electronics collection sites.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 December 2012 16:44

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