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All services performed at City Hall are available in person, online or by phone.  Bill pay is available online or through the payment drop boxes located inside City Hall.    All of our services continue to operate, including the Brentwood Fire and Rescue and the Brentwood Police Department who continue to work their normal hours and shifts.  Chipper collection is running on schedule.   Planning and Codes are offering services by phone or online here.

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There are dozens of options citizens can achieve from home via the phone or the internet.  A list of those options are below:

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Can the COVID-19 virus spread through drinking water?

 According to the CDC, the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water. Conventional water treatment methods, which use filtration and disinfection, such as those in Brentwood Water Services drinking water system, should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.

Can the COVID-19 virus spread through sewerage systems?

The CDC is reviewing all data on COVID-19 transmission as information becomes available. At this time, the risk of transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 through sewerage systems is low. Although transmission of COVID-19 through sewage may be possible, there is no evidence to date that this has occurred. This guidance will be updated as necessary as new evidence is assessed.

Read more about water and COVID-19 impacts on the CDC page about water.

How to protect Yourself

Act now, practice good hygiene

The virus is so new that there are no approved medications, nor a vaccine.  Practicing these everyday behaviors will slow the spread of the disease. These acts are the most important actions you can take right now:

  • wash your hands often with soap and water
  • stay home when sick
  • don't touch your face with unwashed hands
  • cover coughs with a tissue or your elbow

 Trusted information sources

There is a lot of misinformation circulating about COVID-19 on social media. Do not believe everything you read. Rely on trusted health authorities, including