- Cable Television
- Chamber of Commerce
- Chipper Services
- Churches and Synagogues
- Citizen’s Update
- City Building Closings
- City Commission Meeting
- City Commissioners
- City Manager
- City Map
- Codes and Building Permits
- Community Guide
- Community Relations Department
- Complaints or Questions
- Concerts at Amphitheater
- Construction Hours of Operation
- Cool Springs House
- Crime Prevention
- Crime Report (Non-Emergency)
- Cross Connection Control Program
Cable television service is provided by Comcast Cable, AT&T and United Communications. For service or complaints, call 615-244-5900 (Comcast) or (888)757-6500 (AT&T) or (931) 364-2289 (United Communications).
Williamson, Inc. the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce, is located at 5005 Meridian Boulevard, Suite 150, Franklin, TN 37067, 615-771-1912. Chamber of Commerce Website
See Brush Removal.
7777 Concord Road
Holy Family Catholic Church
9100 Crockett Road
Church of Christ
Brentwood Church of Christ
208 Granny White Pike
Concord Road Church of Christ
8221 Concord Road
Otter Creek Church of Christ
409 Franklin Road
Owen Chapel Church of Christ
1011 Franklin Road
Church of the Good Shepherd
1420 Wilson Pike
Concord Community Church of the Nazarene
9826 Concord Road
Calvary Chapel Brentwood
960 Heritage Way
Family Community Church
9495 Crockett Road
Fellowship Bible Church
1210 Franklin Road
Grace Community Church
5711 Granny White Pike
New Hope Community Church
605 Wilson Pike
Remnant Fellowship Church
1230 Franklin Road
1600 Wilson Pike
Presbyterian - Cumberland
Brenthaven Cumberland Presbyterian
516 Franklin Road
Presbyterian - USA
Brentwood First Presbyterian
1301 Franklin Road
East Brentwood Presbyterian
9000 Concord Road
Brentwood United Methodist
309 Franklin Road
Johnson's Chapel United Methodist
201 High Lea Road
Liberty United Methodist
Liberty Church Road
2001 Old Hickory Boulevard
The City offices and library are closed on the following holidays: NewYear’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve Day and Christmas Day. When any holiday occurs on a Sunday, offices will be closed on Monday; and when the holiday occurs on a Saturday, offices will be closed on Friday.
Meetings are normally held the second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall’s Commission Chambers, located at 5211 Maryland Way. Agendas for upcoming meetings are available at City Hall, on Brentwood's Website, and are also published as legal notices in a local newspaper. Citizens wishing to address the City Commission may do so during the "Citizens’ Comment" portion of the agenda. A sign-in sheet is provided for those wishing to make comments. The City Commission meeting is rebroadcast on Comcast Cable Channel 19 on Tuesday and Thursday (9:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.) following the meeting and available anytime by webcast via our website. Call 615-371-0060 for further information. Copies of the meeting agenda and minutes are available on our website, see Commission Meetings and Agendas.
The City Commission is the legislative and policy-making body of the City. It consists of seven members elected at-large for four year, staggered terms. The Mayor and Vice Mayor are appointed by the City Commission for two year terms. Also, see Board of Commissioners.
Located at 5211 Maryland Way, 615-371-0060. The facility houses administrative offices, Planning & Codes, Police, and Fire & Rescue Station #1. The administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Planning & Codes offices are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Police and Fire Departments are open 24 hours a day.
On the Web
• www.brentwoodtn.gov – City & Planning Commission agendas and video of recent meetings via web-cast and other city information
• Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, Instagram and/or Nixle – keep up with important information from the City; to join us go to www.brentwoodtn.gov; see Social Media
Comcast Cable Channel 19; AT&T Channel 99 or United Communications Channel 204
• City & Planning Commission meetings – rebroadcast on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 am & 7 pm
• City & Planning Commission briefings - rebroadcast on Mondays and Wednesdays 9 am & 7 pm
• Continuous City Information – meetings, dates, times, places, phone numbers
The City of Brentwood operates under a commission-manager form of government. The City Manager is hired by the Board of Commissioners and is the Chief Executive Officer with responsibility for the day-to-day operations of city government, as well as implementing the policies enacted by the City Commission. The City Manager’s office is located at City Hall, 5211 Maryland Way, 615-371-0060. Also, see City Manager.
As part of the City’s customer service effort, a detailed street map has been developed for our residents, businesses, and visitors. A map can be obtained at Brentwood City Hall, 5211 Maryland Way, 615-371-0060 or at the Brentwood Library. Also, see GIS.
For information about codes and building permits contact the Planning & Codes Department at 615-371-2204.
This publication, developed by the City’s Community Relations Department, provides citizens with information on city services. Additional copies of this publication may be obtained by calling 615-371-0060 or see www.brentwoodtn.gov/communityguide
This department provides information on city activities, coordinates special events and helps citizens who are unable to determine the appropriate department to contact to resolve a problem. Responsibilities include: social media; public information - City Newsletter, City Web Site, Government Channel 19 on Comcast, Channel 99 on AT&T or Channel 204 on United Communications and Community Guide; coordinating volunteer work by citizens and city volunteer boards; variety of city sponsored events - July 4th, Park Concert Series & Arbor Day; overseeing the Cool Springs House and other historic structures in Crockett Park; the Historic Boiling Spring Academy in Primm Park; Ravenswood Mansion and historic structures in Smith Park. For more information call 615-371-0060 or www.brentwoodtn.gov/pr.
Regarding city services, call 615-371-0060 or utilize the city's website, Online Citizen Comment, to ask a question, register a complaint or make a suggestion.
Concerts at Amphitheater
The City sponsors a concert series annually at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater located in Crockett Park. Contact the Community Relations Director at 615-371-0060, or E-mail, for a schedule of events or further information. In order for everyone to enjoy the concerts, the Parks Department has several guidelines: no rollerblades, skateboards or bikes in the amphitheater area, no alcohol or smoking permitted, and dogs, frisbees and balls must be kept outside edge of the amphitheater area.
Summer Concert Series at Crockett Park
For nearly 30 years, Brentwood and community sponsors have provided funds for the Summer Concert Series at Crockett Park. The concerts are held annually at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater located in Crockett Park. If you are interested in performing or need additional information, please contact the Community Relations Director at 615-371-0060. Concert schedule can be found on the city’s website and social media.
Construction Hours of Operation
Construction activities are limited by city code to the hours between 7:00 am and sunset on Monday through Saturday, and between 9:00 am and sunset on Sunday. Under certain situations, the Chief Building Official may grant a waiver to this limitation. For more information call 615-371-2204.
The historic Cool Springs House in Crockett Park, owned and maintained by the city, is available for rent. The first floor is designed for weddings, receptions and community gatherings, and a portion of the second floor has been transformed into a large conference room for meetings, seminars, workshops and business retreats. For further information call City Hall at 615-371-0060 or www.coolspringshouse.com.
Crime prevention is a major emphasis of the City of Brentwood Police Department. Officers are available to help organize Neighborhood Watch programs, which encourage neighbors to be alert and report suspicious activities to the police. Contact the Police Department at 615-371-2281, extension 6021 or 6022 or www.brentwoodtn.gov/police.
To report a non-emergency crime call the Brentwood Police Department, 615-371-0160. For emergencies, call 911.
This state mandated program protects against contamination and pollution to the city’s water supply. If a lawn irrigation system is connected to the city’s water supply a backflow prevention device is required and inspected annually. For more information contact the Water Services Department at 615-371-0080. Also, see Cross Connection (Backflow).