Sunday, September 27, 2020

Departments

Police Department Conducting Resident Survey as Part of Proposed Acquisition of Body Cameras

Brentwood Borough has received a grant from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency. This award will permit the Borough to outfit all officers with body-worn cameras. Prior to implementing such a program, the Borough seeks to solicit community input and support. Residents are encouraged to participate in an online survey about this initiative by clicking here.

Summer Employees Needed at Brentwood Park

Although our pool will be closed for the forthcoming season, Brentwood Park will still be buzzing with an array of activity this summer. The Borough is seeking applicants to fill open positions as park and concession stand attendants. Work will be available on a part-time basis through Labor Day weekend. Hours are flexible and varied. Candidates must be at least 15 years of age. Preference will be given to Borough residents. Interested individuals should complete an employment application and return to Finance/HR Director Susan Toth at stoth @ brentwoodboro.com.

Pool to Close for Construction; Passes Available at Neighboring Facility

An improved experience is coming to Brentwood Pool! On Memorial Day 2020, guests can experience an upgraded pool basin, a new perimeter deck, a rebuilt bathhouse, a family-friendly zero-depth entry zone, and an exciting waterslide. Due to these construction activities, the Borough will not open this facility in 2019. Thanks to a strong collaborative relationship within our neighboring communities, Brentwood is pleased to offer its citizens discounted access to a nearby pool. Baldwin Borough Council has agreed to of its resident rate to patrons from Brentwood. Visit their website for more information.