About Our Town
The Town of North Brentwood will have a clean environment, safe streets and parks, and enhanced property values – while being a vibrant, historic cultural and business destination providing jobs and opportunities for citizens, seniors and youths to work harmoniously to create prominence in the Washington metropolitan area.
I AM NORTH BRENTWOOD
Our Town is all about people: working together to make the world (and our little corner
of it) better every day. We call that sense of community "I am North Brentwood."
If you've just moved to North Brentwood, or just want to know more about your Town, our welcome packet includes an overview of: our history, elected officials, services, trash schedule, budget, and more.
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Things to Do
Our historic Town if full of history and fun things to do:
From virtual exhibits at PGAAMCC... to Xtreme Teens activities at North Brentwood Community Center... to happenings at Gwendolyn Britt Senior Activity Center... to Town events hosted by North Brentwood Civic Association... and, soon the reopening of Sis's Tavern as an indoor / outdoor community gathering space.
Latitude: 38.94 N, Longitude: 76.95 W
North Brentwood - part of the “Gateway Arts District” of Prince George's County, MD - is located 3.9 miles from Washington, DC. Our Town is comprised of 72 acres, of large, tree-lined streets and homes built mostly in the 1930s and 1940s.
Town of North Brentwood Historical Population
2020 census: 593
2010 census: 517
2000 census: 469
1990 census: 512
Location & Population
The Town of North Brentwood's current charter was approved in 2002, and updated in 2008. This document outlines the organizational structure of the Town's administration and procedures.