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  • Community Day: Join friends and neighbors at Brentwood Park on July 1st.  Featuring a diverse assortment of food vendors, crafts, games, music, and children's activities.  Cap off an enjoyable day by attending a free rendition of Elvis Pressley tunes from Kavan & The Memphis Flash Band.

     

    Roadway & Sidewalk Projects: Pursuant to the five-year street improvement plan, the Borough is scheduled to rehabilitate sections of Bookman Avenue, Dailey Road, Brednick Street, Munsey Avenue, and several alleys. Brentwood will also continue its successful shared cost sidewalk restoration program by making necessary repairs on Bookman Avenue, Brentwood Avenue, and Clermont Avenue.

     

    Military Banners: These commemorative displays will be exhibited annually from Memorial Day to Veterans Day.  To view a list of program participants, please click here.  Additional space is available.  Complete the progam application to enroll.

     

    Crime Watch App: The Brentwood Police Department is pleased to offer this powerful new tool. View statistics or report a tip anonymously.  Click here for details.

     

    Pool Improvements: Phase I of this critical project is scheduled to commence upon the close of the 2017 season.  Primary components include the installation of a liner to protect the pool shell, the replacement of the concrete deck, and the creation of a new handicapped accessible entranceway. 

Officers Remind Drivers to Remain Vigilant During Halloween

 

The Brentwood Borough Police Department reminds motorists to be on the alert for pedestrians throughout the Halloween season. When trick-or-treaters or in the area, plan to travel at slower than the posted speed limit and consider utilizing your headlights during daylight hours to maximize pedestrian visibility. Drivers are also reminded that Pennsylvania law requires vehicles to yield to pedestrians at crosswalks; noncompliance can result in the issuance of a $50 fine.

 

Parents are encouraged to stop by the municipal building for a free Halloween safety packet, which includes a reflective bag, a glow-in-the-dark wristband, and a keychain flashlight. Supplies are limited. Our officers also remind parents to ensure that their child's costume is of a correct size and length so as to prevent trip and fall accidents. Additionally, keep a close eye on your little ones as they approach intersections or driveways.

 

In 2015, there were 375 collisions between automobiles and pedestrians in Allegheny County alone.  Through a combination of attentive driving and cautious walking, local residents can do their part to help eliminate these needless tragedies. 

 
Borough Retains Traditional Trick-or-Treat

 

While other communities have shifted the dates of Trick-or-Treat, Brentwood continues to schedule this important youth event on Halloween. From 6PM to 8PM on October 31st, our little ghouls, goblins, and gremlins will be haunting local streets in search of sweet and salty snacks! Borough officials remind parents and children to adhere to the simple tips noted on the attached list to ensure a safe and festive experience.

 
Borough Formally Joins Popular Initiative to Honor Members of the Military

 

Brentwood Borough residents have honorably served our nation in every military conflict since World War I. Our municipality affirms the importance of remembering the contributions of our men and women in uniform to preserving the American way of life. In order to pay public tribute to members of our armed forces, the Borough has chosen to contract with a vendor to print commemorative banners. By enrolling in this program, residents can celebrate the career of any active duty, retired, or deceased servicemen. Brentwood will prominently display a photograph of the local hero, along with information pertaining to his or her rank, unit, and service awards on a 24” by 36” banner. Additionally, each applicant will receive a 12” by 18” banner for personal display. The cost to enroll is $80. Please submit the attached document, along with a high quality photo, to the Borough offices no later than February 15, 2017.    

 
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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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