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  • Refuse Billing: Effective July 2016, Brentwood will be introducing a new combined sewage and refuse statement.  Customers will no longer receive a separate quarterly invoice but will instead be issued a single monthly bill. Republic Services remains under contract to provide residential trash and recycling collection.

     

    Roadway & Sidewalk Projects: Pursuant to the approved five-year street improvement plan, the Borough is scheduled to rehabilitate sections of Shadyway Drive, Villawood Avenue, Kingsley Street, Pointview Road, and several alleys. Brentwood will also continue its successful shared cost sidewalk restoration program by making necessary repairs on the streets that are targeted for roadway upgrades, as well as along our heavily traveled Brownsville Road corridor.

     

    Zoning Ordinance: Council has formally adopted the Route 51 Streetscape Enhancement Overlay. This new section of the code is designed to improve the aesthetics and the accessibility of this vital commercial district. 

     

    Recreational Programming: Brentwood Borough is pleased to offer an array of interesting and exciting programs for both children and adults. Click here for more information!

Recycling & Disposal Events Announced

The draconian horrors of federal tax season are behind us! Residents are invited to securely dispose of unneeded financial documents at the Brentwood Business Owners Association’s popular “Shred-It Day” event. This free service is available from 9AM to noon on April 29th in the Brentwood Middle-High School parking lot.

 

Are other hard-to-recycle items cluttering your garage or basement? Two programs operated by the nonprofit Pennsylvania Resources Council may help to clear up valuable space. This organization invites residents to drop off household chemicals, including aerosols, automotive fluids, paints, pesticides, and similar products at a cost of $3 per gallon. These cash only events will take place from 9AM to 1PM on May 6th at North Park, on August 19th at Boyce Park, and on September 16th at South Park. Recent changes to state law have also drastically reduced the number of vendors that will accept electronic waste. PRC will collect televisions, computers, cellphones and other items for a fee on five separate dates, including at an August 20th event at Century III Mall.   

 
Parking Amendments Reviewed by Council

Brentwood Borough Council is presently entertaining two pieces of legislation that pertain to the storage of vehicles. First, the body will consider an ordinance that amends the municipality’s general parking provisions. The key component of this draft is the inclusion of language that unambiguously requires the use of off-street stalls where available. Brentwood is also reviewing the possibility of implementing a special “business parking zone” on several streets that abut the Brownsville Road corridor. In these designated areas, only residents and permitted employees would be entitled to on-street parking. This ordinance does not mandate the implementation of any broad permit parking program. Second, Council will review a recommended alteration to its metered parking ordinance. This proposal would designate the dead end portion of Munsey Avenue that abuts the GetGo parcel as a paid parking zone. A copy of the drafts are available online here.

 
Purse Bash Event Will Fund Park Improvements

 

Want to score an attractive handbag from a marquee designer? The Brentwood Park Initiative will hold a purse bash fundraiser on April 29th. Winners will head home with cash prizes or merchandise from Coach, Kate Spade, or Michael Kors. The event will take place at Salvatore’s Banquet Hall in Baldwin from 1PM to 5PM. Tickets are available for just $35, and attendance is not required to win. A lunch buffet is included with the price of admission. For more information, view the promotional flyer here.

 
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Welcome From Our Borough Officials

L to R: President Pro Tempore Fox, Councilman Smith, Manager Zboyovsky, Councilman Carnevale, Councilman Pasquantonio, Councilman Doyle, President Frombach, Vice President Schubert, Mayor Troy.

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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