Monday, June 18, 2018

 

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The Official Website of Brentwood Borough

Brentwood Municipal Building, 3624 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, PA 15227 
Main Offices: (412) 884-1500, Emergency & Non-Emergency Requests: 911, Informational Inquiries: (412) 884-2600

 

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Brentwood Residents are "Taking It to the Streets"

Enjoy a warm summer evening while mingling with friends and neighbors in our vibrant business district! Brentwood is grateful for the incredible support that it has received for its Community Day event; on June 2nd, the Borough will expand its seasonal offerings by closing our municipal main street to vehicles and hosting a street fair. Festivities will take place from 6PM to 10PM on Brownsville Road between the Towne Square Way and Giant Eagle driveway traffic lights. Taste mouthwater treats from area food trucks, listen to a DJ spin classic hits, and laugh out loud at the one liners of comedian Jason Douglas. Feeling brave? Show us your singing skills by participating in a fun rendition of community karaoke!

Egg Hunt Allows Local Youth to Seek Out Easter Goodies

 

Peter Cottontail's trip along the Bunny Trail will take him right through the heart of Brentwood! On March 25th at noon, the Borough will host a festive Easter egg hunt at Athletic Field #1 in Brentwood Park.  Children are invited to bring their own baskets and to scour this area in search of tasty treats.  The youth who finds the elusive golden egg will win a special prize.  Activities, including a ballonist exhibition, a face painter, and a coloring table, will be available until 2PM. For more information, view the attached flyer.

Borough Requesting Contractor Proposals for Work at Snee Dairy Site

 

Brentwood Borough is laying the foundation for the potential construction of a public safety building at the site of a dilapidated eysore.  Prior to the demolition of the former Snee Dairy building, the Borough must seperately address the presence of two hazardous items at the property.  Brentwood is seeking bids from qualified contractors for these pertinent projects.  Vendors are invited to tender proposals for the removal of an abandoned underground storage tank from this facility.  The municipality is additional requesting bids from firms for the abatement of asbestos at both this location and at the vacant triplex located at 10-12 Marylea Avenue.  Interested contractors must acquire bid specifications from the Borough at a fee of $40.  A pre-bid meeting will be held at 10AM on Februrary 22nd; attendance is strongly recommended, as this conference will include the only opportunity to perform a pre-submission site visit.  Final proposals are due by 1PM on March 19th.  For more information, please click here.