Local Organizations

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North Brentwood Community Center

p. 301.864.0756

4012 Webster Street
North Brentwood, MD 20722

NBCC has programs for all ages, and features such as a fitness room, a game room, locker rooms, tennis courts, and meeting rooms.


Mon - Thur: 2 - 9 pm

Fri: 2 - 7 pm / 7-10 pm (teens)

Sat: 12 - 4 pm / 7-10 pm (teens)

Sun: Closed

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Gwendolyn Britt Senior Activity Center

p. 301.699.1238 / 1418

4009 Wallace Road
North Brentwood, MD 20722

The Center offers seniors clubs (e.g., mahjong, cooking, and book club), classes, special events, educational programs, trips, and weekly lunches for seniors aged 60-plus.

Located in the Community Center 
(downstairs from the Town offices).


Hours: Mon - Fri, 9 am - 3:30 pm

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North Brentwood Civic Association

e. nbca20722@hotmail.com

P.O. Box 355

Brentwood, MD 20722

NBCA plays a large role in our Town. It supports residents, sponsors events (e.g., Family Day, Halloween, North Brentwood Day, and more). Annual membership is only $15 per household. Join or renew today!

Meetings are held the 2nd Monday each month, at 6:30 pm, at the North Brentwood Community Center.


North Brentwood Historical Society

4009 Wallace Road

North Brentwood, MD 20722

The Historical Society documents the Town’s history and works to preserve buildings and traditions.


Meetings: 2nd Wednesday each month, 10 am at Community Center

While the Historical Sociiety's office is in the Municipal Building, please use the mailing address below:


Diana Braddock, President

PO Box 02

North Brentwood, MD  20722

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North Brentwood's Green Team

p. 301.699.9699 x 1226

4009 Wallace Road
North Brentwood, MD 20722

Green environmental practices save  money and improve lives! The Green Team offers education and programs, e.g., storm water management, community gardens and pet waste stations. The Team (which is seeking Sustainable MD certification) works with the Mayor and State to secure funding for environmental projects.


The Green Team represents the diversity of the community, join today! Call or email Town Manager Jacqueline Goodall.


North Brentwood Town Committees

p. 301.699.9699

4009 Wallace Road
North Brentwood, MD 20722

Get involved! Attend Town Council Meetings, and explore committees and organizations to join: NBCA, the  Historical Society, North Brentwood  Seniors Club, the Green Team, the Emergency Response Team, the Pet Summit, and committees for special events (e.g., BLM march).


Call the Town office at 301.699.9699  to join a committee. Keep abreast of Town news on our: News page,  Community Channel (Comcast 71 and Verizon 1983), and Facebook.


PG County Municipal Association (PGCMA)

e. info@thepgcma.com
PO Box 4726

Capitol Heights, MD 20791

Prince George’s County Municipal Association helps municipal leaders work together, to benefit the residents of 27 municipalities, PG County and the state. It brings county and local  leaders together to resolve issues, and develop and manage legislation and programs. (e.g., climate change initiatives and wireless infrastructure).

PGCMA is one of nine regional chapters of the Maryland Municipal League, which collaborates with all levels of state and local government.

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Maryland Municipal League (MML)

p. 410.295.9100

1212 West Street
Annapolis, MD 21401

Mayor Robinson is a member of MML. The nonprofit, nonpartisan association is run by local governments, working to strengthen municipal government via advocacy and leadership development. As a member of the National League of Cities, MML offers legislative representation in DC, urban research programs, and a national municipal government information exchange.

MML offers job and volunteer opportunities For non-members, and a shadowing program for students.


Maryland Black Mayors, Inc. (MBM)

p. 240.300.4423

6301 Addison Road
Capitol Heights, MD 20743

MBM provides best practices info, programming, partnerships, and technical support to Black Mayors throughout the state. 


Member mayors address economic development, youth, educational, political and other citizen concerns, by empowering leaders to share resources and impact issues unique to diverse communities. Many of North Brentwood’s college-bound students have benefited from MBM’s annual scholarship.