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For all Police and Fire emergencies, dial 911. For Police Department non-emergencies dispatch, call 314.644.7100. For Fire Department non-emergencies, call 314.963.8612.
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Yes, please call 314.962.4800 to make an arrangement for Notary of the Public services at City Hall.
The City provides trash, recycle and yard waste services to all Brentwood residents free of charge.
The City of Brentwood hosts electronics recycling events four times each year.
The City of Brentwood provides curbside recycling for all residents.
Please click on the following link for the holiday trash schedule.
The Brentwood Fire Department offers free child car seat installation. This service also provides the opportunity to check your existing seat for proper installment. Call 314.963.8612 or email email@example.com.
Police and Fire emergencies: 911 Police non-emergency dispatch: 314.644.7100. Fire Department non-emergency: 314.962.4800. Missouri Regional Poison Center at Cardinal Glennon Hospital: 314.772.5200 Mental Health Crisis and Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988 Rape Crisis Hotline: 314.531.7273
Brentwood Boulevard and Hanley Road: St. Louis County, 314.615.1120
Manchester Road: Missouri Department of Transportation, 888.275.6636
All other Brentwood streets: Brentwood Public Works Department, 314.962.4800
Spire (Gas): 314.621.6960
Ameren Missouri (Electric; Streetlight or Power Outage, Downed Wires): 800.552.7583
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (Stormwater and Wastewater Issues): 314.768.6260
Missouri American Water Company (Water Main Breaks or Leaks): 866.430.0820
Charter Communications (Cable/TV): 636.441.7511
Public streetlights in the City of Brentwood are maintained by Ameren. Contact Ameren directly at 800.552.7583 when you notice a streetlight out on your block or in your neighborhood. Ameren will need your address as well as the "pole number" associated with the street light you are calling about. The pole number can be found on a tag located about eye level as you are looking at the light pole.
The Guide for Residents is found on the city's website and also may be obtained from the Planning & Development Department when applying for an occupancy permit.
All animals shall be kept under restraint.(b) No owner shall fail to exercise proper care and control of his/her animal to prevent them from becoming a public nuisance.(c) Every female dog in heat shall be confined in a building or secure enclosure in such a manner that such female dog cannot come into contact with another dog except for planned breeding.(d) Every vicious animal, as determined by the licensing authority, shall be confined by the owner within a building or secure enclosure and shall be securely muzzled or caged whenever off the premises of its owner.