Williamson County landfill is located at 5750 Pinewood Road, Franklin. The county also operates convenience center for the disposal of certain materials and refuse. For hours of operation and rate information, CLICK HERE. For all other inquiries, call 790-0742.
In an attempt to protect the health, safety and welfare of nearby residents, the city requires property owners to keep all weeds and grass mowed. If vegetation exceeds twelve (12) inches high and the owner fails to cut after notification, the city will have the property mowed and the property owner will be charged. If you believe someone may be in violation of this ordinance, please call 371-2204 or use our online form to express your concerns, Online Citizen Comment Form.
City ordinance requires dogs and cats to be kept on a leash whenever they are not on the owner’s property. Complaints about roaming animals should be directed to the Williamson County Animal Control at 790-5590.
The Brentwood Library, operated by the City of Brentwood, is located at 8109 Concord Road between Lipscomb Elementary and the YMCA. The telephone number is 371-0090. Hours are Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The library catalog, patron account records and other information is available on the Library Home Page. The Friends of the Library is a volunteer organization open to all citizens. It is dedicated to the advancement of our community through its library. The principal activities revolve around quarterly used-book sales and year-round Amazon on-line purchases via www.amazon.com/shops/friendsbooksters.
The Brentwood Library Board is a seven-member citizen board appointed by the City Commission. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at 8:30 a.m. in the Brentwood Library. Call 371-0090 for more information.
Brentwood Library Foundation is a nonprofit organization chartered in 2002 to solicit and obtain contributions in support of the library. The foundation seeks to fund projects identified by the library's Board of Trustees as worthy enhancements of the reading rooms, collections and programs. Past projects include fuding the reading terrace and renovating the Children's Library.
Litter is removed along roadways and in the public right-of-way by the Public Works Department as time permits. The City also sponsors an "Adopt-A-Mile" program where various groups take responsibility for litter pickup three times a year. If you are interested in adopting a mile, contact the Community Relations Director at 371-0060 or E-mail.
Lost and Found (Parks)
Contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 371-2208 or Library at 371-0090.
Second Saturday in December