Contact 301.927.3344 to schedule a time to renew parking permits
Los pases de estacionamiento de la ciudad de Brentwood EXPIRAN el viernes 30 de junio de 2023 Envíe un correo electrónico a Info@Brentwoodmd.gov o póngase en contacto con 301.927.3344 para Renovar sus Permisos
Next New Town Hall Tour
Thursday, August 10, 2023, at 10 AM
Meet at Town Hall
4300 39th Place, Brentwood, MD 20733
to sign the waiver!
3700 BLOCK OF UTAH STREET THE STREET WILL BE CLOSED 8 AM-5 PM (DAILY)
FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION FOR THE NEW TOWN HALL
UNTIL Friday, August 18, 2023
2023 Sidewalk Palooza
Do you know of a sidewalk that is cracked or in need of repair? The Town of Brentwood is gearing up for the next phase of Sidewalk Palooza. This includes sidewalk repairs & new installations. Take a picture, include the damaged sidewalk address location, and your contact number, and forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, August 1, 2023.
Conoce alguna acera que esté agrietada o necesite reparación? La ciudad de Brentwood se está preparando para la siguiente fase de la acera Palooza. Esto incluye reparaciones de aceras y nuevas instalaciones. Tome una foto, incluya la ubicación de la dirección de la acera dañada y su número de contacto, y envíela a email@example.com antes del martes 1 de agosto de 2023.
Extended Hours for Splash Frog
Due to the heat Wave
11 AM-8 PM
(Until Further Notice)
La rana salpicadora operará en horario extendido debido a la ola de calor
Splash Frog is Open at Bartlett Park!
Town Of Brentwood
Frog Splash Park
Is Open 12 PM-5 PM Thru
Ciudad de Brentwood
La Fuente De La Ranita Ahora Está Abierta
Todos Los Días De 12pm-5pm
Hasta De Septiembre, 2023
For Police Services Please Contact
FOR EMERGENCIES: 911
FOR NON-EMERGENCIES+: 301-352-1200
POLICE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES:
Town of Brentwood Administrative Office for General Questions, Vehicle Release, & Citation Information ONLY.
It shall be the duty of the owner, occupant, or any agent in charge of any land in the Town of Brentwood to remove from such land any weeds, briars, brush, and grass thereon of 12 inches or more in height within seven days, Sundays and legal holidays excepted
Upon failure to comply with such notice, it shall be the duty of the Mayor and Town Council to cause the removal; and the costs of such removal shall be a lien upon and shall be assessed by said Mayor and Town Council as a tax against the property on which the above-mentioned conditions and situations are located
The Town of Brentwood, MD staff offers FREE notary public services for residents of Brentwood at the Town Hall.
If you are NOT a Brentwood resident there is a small fee of $5 dollars. A confirmed appointment will be needed during regular Town Hall office hours. Monday–Friday 9 AM–5 PM Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
(301) 927-3344, for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Report downed wires and life-threatening emergencies by calling Pepco at 1-877-PEPCO-62 (877-737-2662). This number is available 24 hours a day,
If you need additional help, please call Customer Service Center at 202-833-7500.
Lights out? Let us know! You can quickly and easily report your outage via text message*, the Pepco mobile app, or by calling customer service at 1-877-737-2662. Online services and phone numbers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Water service turnoffs have resumed. WSSC Water is urging customers to establish convenient payment plans or apply for financial assistance to prevent a turnoff. Don’t wait, call 301-206-4001 Monday to Friday, 7:30 AM - 7 PM.
Late fees have resumed on WSSC Water bills, except for customers enrolled in their Customer Assistance Program (CAP). If you need help with your bill, call 301-206-4001. Visit wsscwater.com/assistance to learn about their financial assistance programs.
Customers can make arrangements to significantly reduce their WSSC water bills. Click here to view the program flyer in English and Spanish.
Washington Gas has launched the Arrearage Management Program (AMP), which provides guidance, resources, and assistance to customers who are unable to pay their energy bills on time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to apply.
Whether it's a missed trash pickup, parking issues, potholes, towing, or more – the new PGC311 APP that launched on March 10, 2023, will get your questions or requests handled, with updates in real-time. Learn more.
The updated Community Food Distributions Chart is available here.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, now known as the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, was launched. This new number can be more easily reached by calling or texting 988, or chatting on 988lifeline.org.
Small Business Resources
During the pandemic, the County worked hard to support local and small businesses in Prince George’s County. Through various assistance programs, the County provided millions of dollars in grants to help businesses stay afloat and recover.
See attached information on various programs and resources that help County businesses grow and thrive. Check out some of the new programs launched during the Alsobrooks Administration.
The County’s economic development agencies have many programs and resources available to support small businesses in Prince George’s County. Click here to view their implemented programs to help businesses grow and thrive.
Rapid Re-Employment Grant Program
Employ Prince George’s is still accepting applications for the Rapid Re-Employment Grant Program. Businesses hiring and interested in receiving up to $15,000 in funding per new employee are encouraged to apply. Learn more and apply here: http://www.employpg.org/rapidgrants/
Economic Development Pathways Program
Did you know about our Economic Development Corporation's Pathways program? Pathways is a FREE and dynamic series of programs that take a deep dive into important economic development and business topics dedicated to growing our small and local businesses. Register for an upcoming session or watch a past one here: www.pgcedc.com/pathways
Homeowner Assistance Fund
The Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) is accepting applications to assist homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage due to COVID-19 through the Maryland Homeowner Assistance Fund. To learn more about the program and apply, visit: https://dhcd.maryland.gov/.../HomeownerAssistanceFund.aspx
Transportation ad Logistics Consortium
The TALC program will pay returning citizens and young adults $15 - $20 an hour to learn and prepare for a career in warehousing, transportation, or logistics. For further details click here. To register click here.
Homeowner Assistance Program
If you are a homeowner and struggling to pay your mortgage due to COVID-19-related financial hardships, assistance is on the way. The Maryland Department of Housing & Community Development will be launching The Maryland Homeowners Assistance Fund in late 2021 to assist homeowners statewide. To learn more, click here.
Living Well Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
The Health Department is offering free classes for residents who have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes starting Wednesday, October 27. The Living Well Diabetes Self-Management Program is a series of self-management classes that meet virtually once a week. A variety of topics will be covered that support developing a healthier lifestyle and teach you how to partner with your healthcare team. Registration is required. Learn more here.
Maryland Energy Bill Assistance
Federal and state energy assistance programs are available to eligible Maryland residents who need help paying their bills.
To apply for any of these programs, contact the Office of Home Energy Programs in your area or call 800-332-6347 or visit dhr.maryland.gov/ohep For more information learn click here.
Career Pathways for All Program
Have you heard about the Career Pathways for All program? Immigrants and refugees in the County can receive free career advice, skills training, and job search assistance through Employ Prince George’s. Learn more here:https://www.employpg.org/CPFA/
Child Tax Credit
Did you know that President Biden’s American Rescue Plan increased the amount of the 2021 Child Tax Credit to support families with children? Visit ChildTaxCredit.gov to learn more.
The Fuel Fund of Maryland may be able to help income-eligible residents with fuel bills. Learn about the fund and find out if you might be eligible by visiting: https://fuelfundmaryland.org/
Maryland SNAP Hotline
The Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP) has launched a hotline to provide free legal help for Maryland families in order to get and keep their SNAP benefits. Call 1-800-613-2518 to learn more and access help.