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Annual Christmas Yard Decorating Contest


Wednesday, Dec 20 | 5 pm


Turn on your outside lights by 5 pm; judging begins shortly after based upon appearance, workmanship and originality of decorations. First prize: $50. Second prize: $35. Third prize: $25.


New Hire: Town Manager


Jacqueline Goodall will be working for the Town of North Brentwood Wednesdays and Thursdays. She is also the Manager for Colmar Manor, Brentwood, and Fairmount Heights. Please welcome her! See our Nov/Dec 2017 newsletter for more details about Jacqueline's experience.


Special Election Results! Council Seat Ward III


Congrats to winner Evan Dame ran unopposed for the vacant Ward III council seat. He received all of the 33 votes cast (there were no write-ins). The election results were announced at the Mayor & Town Council meeting on Monday, Oct 2.


Mayor & Town Council Meetings

50+ Workforce Forum and Hiring Event

Wed, Sep 27 | 8:30 AM ‐ 1 PM | PG Co. Kentland Community Center

Sponsored by Juanita C. Grant Foundation (JCGF), and the 50+ Workforce Planning Partners.
1st & 3rd Mondays monthly | 7:30 PM | Municipal Center
(Meeting dates on holiday Mondays are held the next Tuesday)


Come to share
your ideas and concerns, and learn what’s
happening in North Brentwood and surrounding
municipali��es. We look forward to seeing you!
Come to share your ideas and concerns! Learn what’s happening in North Brentwood and surrounding areas. See you there!


Next meetings: Jan 2 and 16 (no meetings in December)

  
50+ Workforce Forum and Hiring Event
Wed, September 27 8:30am ‐ 1:00pm
The event will be held at the Prince George’s
County Kentland Community Center, 2413
Pinebrook Avenue, Landover, Maryland.
Sponsors Juanita C. Grant Founda��on (JCGF)
and the 50+ Workforce Planning Partners
believe seniors in Prince George’s County are

New Awning!

Municipal Center Entrance Enhancement


Come check out the new awning installed over the North Brentwood Municipal Center doorway. The awning was part of the approved FY17 Town budget. It looks great!


Opportunities!
for Town of North Brentwood Citizens

Job Opening: PG County School Bus Driver

Get details on our Employment page.

The Town of North Brentwood, Fairmount Heights, and Colmar Manor are looking for a town manager. The town manager will work Monday-Friday, 2 days @North Brentwood, 2 days @ Fairmount Heights and 1 day @ Colmar Manor. Must have reliable transportation. Work in an office environment.

The candidate must have Bachelor Degree or degree in public or business administration or a related field or equivalent experience (four years) plus 4 years working in a municipal , state, county or local government environment. Must have managerial experience.
This job offers a good salary, excellent working conditions and networking environment. This is a two-year position. Please send resume with references to cityclerk@northbrentwood.com by closing date October 1, 2017.

On August 19 (11am to 3pm) free immunization clinics will be held at the Beltway Plaza, in Greenbelt and at The Shops at Iverson, in Suitland. PGCPS will also provide free immunizations at
the annual Back‐to‐school Fair at Prince George’s Stadium on Saturday, August 26. Immunization requirements have changed this year; for more information, visit: www.pgcps.org/immuniza��on/.


Training Opportunities

The Training Source | 90 Yost Place, Seat Pleasant, MD


The Training Source has Office and Professional Services Training. Participants will learn Life Skills, Professional Skills, and MS Office 2010. Requirements for training: must have a High School Diploma or GED, be 18 years of age or older, and have a desire to work full-time. Funding is available for eligible candidates. Call 301.499.8872 for additional information. 



North Brentwood Day 2017

Below are a few photos from the Town's annual celebration with music, dancing, food, auctions, prizes, and more. View more than 240 pics on our photo site: https://townofnorthbrentwood.shutterfly.com

Memorial Day 2017

Town citizens of all ages gathered at 40th & Allison Streets Park - to join the Mayor, Town Council and other elected officials for the Town of North Brentwood's annual Memorial Day program. View the more than 300 great photos (of Memorial Day and other events) on our new photo site: 

Mayor Petrella Robinson
Welcome to the Town of North Brentwood's website! We are excited about our online services, to better update citizens - and encourage an open dialogue about the best ways to keep North Brentwood the kind of town we know it to be: warm, friendly and a place where neighbors genuinely care about one another. 

For time-sensitive news, please visit and 'like' our Facebook page.

Neighborhood Issues? Suggestions? 

Submit your ideas to Mayor Robinson:

Preservation Grant Award:
Renovation Funds!
Show your North Brentwood holiday spirit! Prizes will be awarded based on the appearance, workmanship and originality of decorations. Please turn on outside lights by 5 pm. < Event flyer

Congratulations to the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation (HCDC) in conjunction with the Town of North Brentwood - for receiving a $50,000 African American Heritage Preservation grant. The grant was awarded by the State of Maryland Historic Preservation and Historic Trust to renovate Sis's Tavern/Baby Dees in North Brentwood, MD.

> Read about the details

Pictured: Historic Preservation and Historic Trust members; Mayor Robinson; Stuart Eisenberg (Executive Director of HCDC: and Maryland Lt. Governor Rutherford.