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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. 

Council to Review Ordinance that Protects Property Owners from Paving Expenses

 

At its October 17th meeting, Brentwood Borough Council will consider adopting Ordinance No. 2016-1251, which amends in limited part Chapter 167 of the municipal code. The primary purpose of this alteration is to formally outline repair responsibilities for defective sewer laterals. If these changes are approved, the Borough will assume the cost of replacing damaged pipe that is under a public street service. A full text of the ordinance can be viewed here.

 
Sanitary Authority to Hold Open House Event

 

Over the past decade, local municipalities have become much more cognizant of their sewage infrastructure and the adverse impacts that can occur when groundwater infiltrates this system. ALCOSAN, which processes waste water on behalf of Brentwood, is offering residents an opportunity to learn about what happens after they flush the toilet or drain the tub. The annual open house event will be held at their facility on September 17th from 9AM to 4PM. Visitors will have an opportunity to tour the treatment plant, partake in hand-on environmental exhibits, and learn about local ecology. Lunch will be provided. Free parking is available, and a no-cost shuttle will serve transit riders at the North Side T station.

 
Sewage Customers Reminded of Online Updates, Addressing Requirements

 

Brentwood Borough seeks to provide its residents with a variety of convenient methods for satisfying their sewage and refuse bills. Customers who utilize the online “Payer Express” module are reminded that PNC Bank, which hosts this software, recently performed a significant upgrade of its services. These alterations are designed to make the system more user friendly to individuals who view the page on a mobile device. However, no software update is immune from glitches and bugs. The Borough is aware that some customers have been temporarily unable to access their accounts; if you experience this problem, please contact our staff to have your data unlocked.

 

PNC Bank is also responsible for providing lockbox services on behalf of the Borough. Mailed payments are efficiently processed at a centralized off-site location. However, each day, the Borough receives a small number of checks at the municipal building. The majority of these payments are issued by financial institutions on behalf of customers engaging in online banking. If you utilize such services, please verify the vendor addressing information that you have provided for the Borough; in order for a check to be applied to your account, it must be mailed directly to the lockbox address at P.O Box 645304, Pittsburgh, PA 15264. Payments are only processed at the municipal building if they are associated with the final bill on closed account.

 
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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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