On Monday, May 6, 2013, the Town of Brentwood conducted elections for all
elective offices. The Council, elected at large, is composed of four (4) members
and the Mayor. They are: Mayor Bettyjean Bailey-Schmiedigen,
VM E James (Jim) Cooksey, CM Jason Barnett, CM Jennifer L Murphy and
CM Rocio Treminio-Lopez.
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Incorporated in 1922, the Town of Brentwood is an economically and culturally diverse community whose 2800 new and longtime residents live in 700 single family homes and several apartment complexes nestled between Queens Chapel Road and U.S. Rte. 1, just outside the Nation’s Capital.
Brentwood is one of four municipalities along Rte. 1 to be designated as part of the Gateway Arts District, and as such is working with the Gateway Community Development Corporation to implement revitalization along the Rte. 1 Corridor. This revitalization, over the next few years, is expected to bring historic preservation events and tourism opportunities to the area, and to attract quality businesses to each of the four towns involved.
The town maintains two beautiful parks -- Bartlett Park, which houses the town hall, a gazebo for cultural events, and playground equipment in a tree shrouded environment; and Veterans Memorial Park, a small but well-landscaped site that provides a serene and meditative setting for honoring residents and former residents who have served in the armed forces of our nation.
The town’s two major vehicular arteries are augmented by public bus lines within easy reach of three metro stations, each of which can transport residents to anywhere in the Washington, D.C. area.
The town’s community events committee plans and carries out a number of activities designed to promote community spirit and civic involvement in the town. Citizen participation in the planning of town events is encouraged.
New residents to the community are provided with welcome packets that contain school information, contact information for county and town offices, trash collection schedules, and other items designed to facilitate settling into the town.
We hope that you will find Brentwood to be a “Better Place to Live,” and that you will feel free to contact us if you desire additional information.
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Speed Camera Enforcement Program Update
The Speed camera program warning citation period has ended.
The speed monitoring device will be used/rotated on several streets within the Town. The streets listings are as follows, Allison, Windom, Webster Street between 34th Street and 38th Street;Perry Street; 38th Street between Rhode Island Avenue and the Anacostia River; 37th Street; Utah Ave.; 34th Street; Taylor Street between 34th Street and 38th Street;39th Street;39th Place; Volta Ave. Each violation incurs a $40 civil fine with no points. This notification is in compliance with Senate Bill 277.
Drive Gently, you are being monitored for you and your children's safety. Thanks for your cooperation!
Census data determine the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives. Census data is also relied upon to determine the allocation of federal funds for community services such as school lunch programs and senior citizen centers, and new construction such as highways and hospitals.
Brentwood Jan. 23rd Census Kick-off event in the news