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Posted on: October 14, 2019

McKnight Road Traffic Study Public Meeting - Oct. 30

McKnight Road Meeting 10.30.19

Earlier this year, the cities of Brentwood and Ladue jointly hired CBB, traffic engineering consultants and experts in their field, to conduct a traffic study of the McKnight Road corridor between Litzsinger and I-64.

The first public meeting was held in M...

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Posted on: September 2, 2019

City Hall Closed for Renovations

City Hall Renovation Project

The Planning & Development department has relocated to the Firehouse (8756 Eulalie Avenue).

The Court office has relocated to the Public Works building (8330 Manchester Road).Board of Aldermen, Public Works Committee, Public Safety Committee and Ways &...

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Posted on: April 1, 2019

Brentwood Bulletin - Fall 2019

Brentwood Bulletin Fall 2019

City of Brentwood's quarterly newsletter for October, November and December 2019

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Posted on: September 27, 2019

MSD Project Clear Update – October 17, 2019

MSD Project Clear Update

Work anticipated in the next three weeks on Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District’s Project Clear in Brentwood:

  • DC-02 & DC-03 Relief Sewer Phase 2: Excavation of the tunnel from the bore pit in the northwest corner of Brentwood Park is comple...
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Posted on: December 31, 2018

Cheers to 100 Years!

Centennial 2019

We're celebrating Brentwood's centennial in 2019 with 100+ events throughout the year!

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Posted on: July 9, 2019

Recycle Responsibly

Recycle Responsibly

DO add to the Recycle Bin:- Paper- Flattened Cardboard- Plastic Bottles and Containers- Glass Bottles and Jars- Metal Food and Beverage Cans- Food and Beverage CartonsKeep items loose, clean and dry. Do NOT place these items in a plastic bag or trash bag....

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Posted on: July 11, 2019

Recycle Responsibly: No Plastic Bags

Recycle Responsibly - No Plastic Bags

Recycling does not go in plastic bags and plastic bags do not belong with recycling. Place recycling items loose, clean and dry in your recycle bin.

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