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Logistical Information Finalized for Open Streets Vendors Print E-mail

 

In just two short days, a heavily travelled corridor will become a public square. As pedestrians and cyclists traverse Brownsville Road during Open Streets Brentwood, they will be able to access a number of entertainment options. Vendors are asked to adhere to the following regulations:

 

  • Arrive prior to the scheduled closure of the street at 8:30AM. Vehicular traffic is to be strictly limited after this time. All items must be removed from the roadway by 1:15PM; if necessary, teardown is permitted to be continued on the sidewalk.
  • Parking is available at Brentwood High School and the Slater Funeral Home. Participating Brentwood Towne Square business owners are asked to park in the shopping center lot. The Brentwood Park lot is only available to vendors holding activities at the park facilities.
  • A stage will be erected in front of the Brentwood Municipal Building. Sound systems will be provided at both this location and at street level in front of Brentwood Towne Square. Vendors seeking to broadcast music can either connect an iPod or utilize a CD.  

 

For additional information, contact Stephanie Miller at Economic Development South.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 October 2015 15:56
 
Map Provides Comprehensive Look at Open Streets Brentwood Print E-mail

 

A spiffy new interactive map of the Open Streets event is now available. View detour routes, vendor locations, and featured businesses all in one convenient place. Click here to try it for yourself.

 

 
Keep the Brentwood 4th of July Parade Alive: Volunteer Now! Print E-mail

 

Brentwood throws Lady Liberty a birthday bash that is second to none in the Pittsburgh region! Each Independence Day, our municipality more than quadruples in size, as 40,000 spectators line Brownsville Road, to watch a procession of marching bands, veteran’s groups, fire departments, and local dignitaries. This cherished event is the product of the diligent efforts of a volunteer group that commits countless hours to fundraising, promotional activities, and logistical coordination. However, because the committee has had difficulty attracting new members, the future of the parade may be in jeopardy. Don’t allow this important piece of Brentwood to become a figment of the past; pledge your time today! A list of available positions and corresponding responsibilities is available here.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 October 2016 18:37
 
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