Created by the Board of Commissioners in June 2010
Goals and duties include:
- A public education program that encourages citizens to find ways to improve the quality of the environment.
- Study and investigate environmental issues and develop recommendations for the board of city commissioners or the planning commission.
- Facilitate volunteer activities throughout the community to promote good stewardship, especially in the areas of recycling, energy conservation, water conservation, transportation and other sustainability practices.
The EAB consists of nine members who meet quarterly, on the second Tuesday in January, April, July, and October. Meetings are at 6:00 p.m. in the City Manager's Conference Room on the 2nd floor of the Brentwood Municipal Center, 5211 Maryland Way. Meetings are sometimes schedule on other dates, so please check the City website calendar.
|Bob Bellenfant||Park Board Representative||615-776-5507|
|Janet Donahue||Planning Commission Representative||615-377-9469|
|Mark Gorman||City Commission Representative||615-371-0060|
|Jay Evans||City Staff||615-371-0060|
Environmental Stewardship Awards
This special awards program of the EAB allows the City to recognize and show appreciation for those who give back to the community to improve or conserve the environment and to encourage others to get involved. Nominations are accepted between January and March, with awards announced at the Brentwood Arbor Day ceremony in April. For more information, see here.