Review what Brentwood 2020 is (see below).
How to get involved and learn about the planning process.
Review emerging plan concepts and other news about the project.The much-anticipated 2020 Update residential survey has been mailed. Brentwood residents who prefer to submit their surveys online can do so at www.Brentwood2020Survey.com. To do so, they must have the 6-digit alpha-numeric code from the top right corner of the survey that they received in the mail. That code will be entered into the form at on the website and will ensure each household only submits one valid survey. Anyone who responds to the survey is assured that the confidentiality of their responses will be protected.
Brentwood 2020 is the City’s comprehensive plan. It contains the community vision for growth and development. It takes a measurement of the community values through community participation and an examination of existing conditions to answer the questions:
- What does Brentwood want to be?
- Where and how should the City grow and develop?
Answers to these questions have implications about City infrastructure and services.
The plan identifies tools to help future growth match the City’s vision. By anticipating what type of growth and development is likely, and where it is likely to occur, the plan helps the City place the “big stuff” – such as infrastructure and roads – in the right locations. It also helps coordinate City services.
The last version of the 2020 Plan was updated in 2006 and had incremental updates in 2008. Please click on the links below to get a copy of those plans:
Brentwood 2020 is an update to the City’s existing comprehensive plan. This update will review the most recent plan to identify objectives that are still relevant today, and those that have been addressed or are no longer important. The update will also refine objectives that are still relevant so that they better meet the needs of the community today.
Brentwood is a rapidly growing, evolving community. Recent growth has accelerated that change: from 2000-2010 alone Brentwood’s population increased by approximately 35 percent.
To accommodate growth the City has expanded its borders and attempted to create a mixed use town center. This changing landscape requires a delicate balance between protecting our existing way of life and accomodating new development.