the Brentwood Neighborhood
Mail your annual check for $15, $25, $50, or whatever you can
afford, made payable to Brentwood Neighborhood Association
or simply "BNA," to Chuck North (BNA Treasurer), 3304
Arrowwood Dr, Raleigh, NC 27604. Please do not send cash. Thank
Produce Box - a favorite service that delivers fresh
produce from local farms right to your door.
Hills - an upscale shopping complex just three miles or
so from Brentwood. Has a farmers' market in season and fun events
Carolina Hurricane/Emergency Preparedness Tips
Can't find owners
of a stray pet?
post it to the Brentwood Online Forum (email discussion list) or Facebook
to see if anyone is looking for the pet.
Then call 919-831-6311, Animal Control of Wake County (Raleigh police).
Lost an animal? Or want to adopt a pet? Contact:
SPCA of Wake County 919-772-2326
Found an injured
919-781-5145: After Hours Animal Emergency Clinic, 409 Vick Ave, (off
Glenwood Avenue near the Beltine) Raleigh. (No cost to
you for wild animals; they do accept donations.)
report wildlife violations: Call 919-707-0040, NC
Wildlife Resources Commission
to raise kids.
No kids? Empty Nest? Adopt!
Brentwood More Beautiful Day
a slide show documenting the building of the entrance garden at Brentwood
Road near Capital Boulevard.
- short video encouraging volunteerism.
Brentwood entrance gardens have been maintained through donations and
volunteer time. Here is some history:
Service Announcement: What Not to Flush - Save plumbing
costs and reduce city taxes by knowing what should and what should not
go down the toilet.
for a good plumber?
Lost your dog?
Want to know what's going on in the neighborhood?
are a variety of ways to connect with your Brentwood neighbors:
Brentwood Residents Facebook Group
For current and
former residents. Go to:
Brentwood site at NextDoor.com
For current residents. Go to:
This is a Yahoo-based email discussion group.
To sign up, contact: Chuck North, email@example.com
District B Facebook Page
Brentwood is in District B in the city of Raleigh. We are fortunate
to have a very responsive city council representative, David Cox, and
he keeps us well informed of local government activities. Go to:
To help David Cox in his re-election in 2017, go to:
Neighborhood Association (BNA)
tax-exempt community organization. No dues; depends on volunteers
and financial contributions from residents and business managers
in the area. Promotes communication; lobbies local government
to benefit Brentwood; includes Garden Committee. Co-sponsors Community
Watch with the Brentwood Exchange Club.
Bob Mulder, firstname.lastname@example.org
award-winning BNA committee is instrumental in beautifying Brentwood
Park and helping with the Brentwood entrance sign gardens. Group
activities include monthly meetings, speakers, outings, regional
trips, and potluck dinners.
Mary Scott, 919-876-3396
meeting has been held monthly since the 1960's. Learn how the Raleigh
Police Department and Brentwood neighbors work together.
Waverley Smith, email@example.com
Our Brentwood entrance gardens exist only because of volunteer effort,
some City of Raleigh grants, and donations. Please let us know if
you'd like to help maintain the gardens.
Contact: Mary Scott, 919-876-3396
An annual Brentwood tradition since the 1960's. See this
video for its history and watch for this year's effort on the
"Brentwood Residents" Facebook page.
Part of the national Exchange Club system, the Brentwood Exchange
Club is a civic service organization for men and women. Past activities
included: Yard flags distribution for July 4th, Marsh Creek Cleanup,
and more. May also assist with BNA activities.
June Goodwin; ask via the Brentwood Residents Facebook page for