The Borough of Brentwood is a family-oriented community with a strong commitment to civic pride and traditions. Incorporated in 1916, Brentwood Borough is a mature municipality with a dense collection of attractive homes, a stable small business community, and an excellent transportation infrastructure.
Combining walkability and excellent transit service with adequate greenspace and parking, Brentwood affords residents easy access to both the cosmopolitan attractions of the city and the retail destinations of the suburbs.
The jewel of Brentwood Borough is its pristine public park. With its swimming pool, walking track, and numerous athletic fields, the park features excellent opportunities for serious exercise or a fun workout with friends. The Brentwood Park Initiative (BPI) is a nonprofit organization formed by civic-minded residents to continue enhancements to the park based on extensive citizen input.
Did You Know?
- Brentwood Arboretum was founded in 1997 by members of the community. It is located on the grounds of the Brentwood School District, the Brentwood Library, and the Brentwood Park, and the land is owned by each respective body. The collection of trees comprises extant and new specimens planted by the community, library, and school district.
- A former councilman of Brentwood, Bob Cranmer, served as an Allegheny County commissioner from 1996–2000. He was involved with several historic government initiatives and large civic development projects, both local and regional in scope.
- Brownsville Road follows the route of a pre-Columbian era Native American Indian trail and footpaths connecting Redstone Old Fort with the “Forks of the Ohio”, a distance of 26 miles.
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Resources Supporting Brentwood Residents
Action Housing, Inc is a nonprofit based in Southwestern PA and founded in 1957. It serves the community through programs on the provision of decent, safe, and affordable housing. Some areas of scope are: real estate development, county accessibility and savings programs, first-time homebuyers, homeless families services, mortgage assistance, and sustainability.