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The Brentwood Community Association (BCA) is a volunteer-based non-profit organization. The BCA is governed by a Board of Directors who are all residents of Brentwood. We are dedicated to the well-being of our community!
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Safely Dispose of Household Hazardous Waste Household hazardous items such as propane tanks, oil and chemicals don’t belong in your carts. If a container has a hazardous symbol, bring it to a household hazardous drop-off location, even empty containers. Other hazardous items include bear spray canisters, paint and paint cans, automotive batteries, nail polish and remover, and gas or oil. Store items in a safe place out of reach of children and pets until you can dispose of them Place leftover chemicals in a clearly labeled, sealed container – use the original container if possible Take these items to a
We’d like to provide you with a few updates relating to the Crowchild Trail Upgrades Project and give you an overview of the construction activity that will occur from now through to the end of this summer: 1) Finishing Touches: Crowchild Trail & 5 Avenue N.W. Intersection Begins August (approx. one month) Now that this project is nearing completion, we’re coming back to this area to put some final touches on the intersection. To avoid disturbing residents overnight, our crews will be taking advantage of the lighter traffic volumes and staging work between the hours of 6 a.m. and 5
The BCA has received reports from multiple area residents about coyotes in Brentwood. It appears that there is a coyote family in the area. One resident saw a coyote pup on his doorstep and another found a disemboweled house cat on a lawn. The sightings were around the Boulton Road and Button Road areas, as well as in the fields behind the community center. Please be aware of coyotes or cubs in our area, and keep your pets inside or on a leash.
This event is a relaxed, no pressure evening where kids can have fun entertaining a crowd of friendly faces from their neighbourhood. Play a song on the piano, sing a Christmas carol, share a dance routine, or a few Christmas riddles. Whatever the kids decide to share, the accepting Brentwood audience will be eager to offer applause and support. We welcome group or solo performances either a few seconds or minutes long. We welcome whatever your child feels comfortable with including coming to participate as an audience member. To help our MCs, please email email@example.com ahead of time to offer an