- Safety Programs - Police Department
- Schools – Public
Schools – Private School Closing
- Senior Citizen Martin Center
Sewer Problems (Including Grinder Pumps) Sidewalks Signs Snow and Ice Control
- Social Media
Special Events Speed Hump Program Stop Signs Storm Drainage Systems
- Storm Water Program
Street Excavations Street Improvements Street Lights Street Maintenance Street Signs Subdivision Regulations Swimming Pools
Safety Programs - Police Department
The Brentwood Police Department offers a number of programs to enhance public safety and provide additional services for residents. Some of the programs include:
• Everbridge - A citizen alert notification tool used by the Police and Fire Departments to deliver critical public safety information to residents quickly.
• Nixle – Similar to Everbridge, but typically limited to traffic and/or weather notifications.
• Smart911 - Allows residents to enter personal information that is automatically displayed to 911 operators when an emergency call is received from a registered phone.
• Crime Mapping – An easy to use online crime mapping solution that provides citizens with information on crimes and other incidents which have been reported to the police department..
• A Child is Missing – ACIM is a nationwide organization that assists law enforcement agencies to locate missing children as well as elderly, mentally or physically challenged and disabled adults. For additional information, including links to each program, visit the police department website at www.brentwoodtn.gov/police.
Williamson County Board of Education
Dr. Mike Looney, Superintendent
1320 West Main Street, Suite 202
Franklin, TN 37064 www.wcs.edu
(Williamson County Schools serving Brentwood students)
Lipscomb Elementary (K-5)
8011 Concord Road
Scales Elementary (K-5)
6430 Murray Lane
Crockett Elementary (K-5)
9019 Crockett Road
Edmondson Elementary (K-5)
851 Edmondson Pike
Kenrose Elementary (K-5)
1702 Raintree Parkway
Sunset Elementary (K-5)
100 Sunset Trail
Brentwood Middle (6-8)
5324 Murray Lane
Woodland Middle (6-8)
1500 Volunteer Parkway
Sunset Middle (6-8)
200 Sunset Trail
Brentwood High (9-12)
5304 Murray Lane
Ravenwood High (9-12)
1724 Wilson Pike
School closing information in Williamson County will be announced on WAKM, AM 950, Comcast Cable Channel 3 and all major television and radio stations in the Nashville area. Additional information is available on the Williamson County Schools website.
FiftyForward Martin Center enriches the lives of adults 50+ by providing pathways to health, well-being and life-long learning. The center is located at 960 Heritage Way. For more information call 615-376-0102.
Contact Water and Sewer Department at 615-371-0080, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or 615-371-0160 after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends. Grinder pump maintenance calls on city approved pumps are subject to a flat repair fee of $35 or $60 depending on the time of the call.
For questions concerning sidewalks, contact the Public Works Department at 615-371-0080.
The placement and size of signs are strictly regulated in Brentwood. To report illegally posted signs, call the Planning Department at 615-371-2204. To report a damaged or missing street or traffic sign, call the Public Works Department at 615-371-0080 or use our online form at Report a Problem.
Smart911 allows residents to enter critical information into a secure online database that is automatically displayed to 911 operators during an emergency call. The information can include details on each person in the household along with medical conditions, photos, disabilities and other important information. When a 911 call is received from a subscriber line the data is immediately available to Public Safety dispatchers who relay it to responding units. This service is provided at no cost to the public. For more information visit the Police Department website at www.brentwoodtn.gov/police or www.smart911.com.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the removal of snow and ice on public roadways. Because of limited equipment and staff to handle snow and ice, arterial and collector roads receive the highest priority.
Facebook - The City has four Facebook pages – City of Brentwood, Brentwood Police Department, Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department and Brentwood Library.
Twitter – Follow all four of the City of Brentwood Twitter accounts. @CityofBrentwood – general city news and information, @BTNPD – Brentwood Police, @BrentwoodParks – park information and @BrentwoodReads – Brentwood Library.
YouTube Channel - Subscribe to our City of Brentwood channel to see live events and learn more about city services.
Instagram – Follow us for all the beautiful things Brentwood has to offer. #nofilter
A solicitor's permit is required for both profit and non-profit organizations to solicit door-to-door. Contact the Business Tax Clerk at 615-371-0060 or via E-mail. A permit holder who fails to promptly leave upon request of a property owner may be cited for trespassing.
The City of Brentwood sponsored special events are planned throughout the year. For additional information contact the Community Relations Director, at 615-371-0060 or via E-mail.
Easter Egg Hunt
July 4th Celebration
Christmas Tree Lighting
Morning with Santa
Concerts at Eddy Arnold Amphitheater
Day at Boiling Spring Academy
Movies in the Park
For questions concerning city policy on the installation of multi-way stop signs, damaged or missing signs, contact the Public Works Department at 615-371-0080.
Storm Drainage Systems
See Public Works Department.
The city manages a storm water program under a permit issued by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC). Under this permit the city implements rules and regulations designed to protect the waters of the state within our jurisdiction. For questions about the program or witness activites that may be harmful to the environment, contact the Engineering Department at 615-371-0080.
A permit must be obtained for any excavation in a city street or right of way. The permit fee is based on the size and location of the excavation and a deposit is required. For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 615-371-0080.
Street lights are maintained for the city by the electric companies serving Brentwood. However, broken or burned out street lights should be reported directly to the Public Works Department at 615-371-0080 or access the city's Report a Problem webpage.
All city streets (except for designated state routes) are maintained by the Public Works Department. To report a pothole or other street problems call the Public Works Department at 615-371-0080 or access the city's Report a Problem webpage.
Copies of the subdivision reCopies of the subdivision regulations are available for a fee at the Planning and Codes Department office. An electronic version is available on the city’s website at www.brentwoodtn.gov. For more information call 615-371-2204 or www.brentwoodtn.gov/planning. See Planning Commission.gulations are available for a fee at the Planning and Codes Department office. An electronic version is available on the city’s website at www.brentwoodtn.gov. For more information call 615-371-2204 or www.brentwoodtn.gov/planning. See Planning Commission.
Before installing a swimming pool contact the Planning and Codes Department for a permit at 615-371-2204. All swimming pools must be fenced. Before filling a swimming pool contact the Water and Sewer Billing Office at 615-371-0060.