The Historic Board meets on the third Friday of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the City Manager's Conference Room on the 2nd floor of the Brentwood Municipal Center, 5211 Maryland Way.
The Historic Commission is composed of twelve members. One member shall be a member of the Board of Commissioners selected by the Board of Commissioners. One member shall be a member of the Brentwood Planning Commission selected by the Planning Commission. The remaining ten members shall be residents of the city appointed by the Board of Commissioners
Historic Commission Mission Statement: To promote an awareness of Brentwood’s rich cultural history and heritage; enhance the quality of life through the preservation of historic sites, by providing educational programs and activities; and as a city appointed volunteer board, coordinate with the City of Brentwood and the Brentwood Planning Commission to accomplish these goals.
The Historic Commission’s purpose is to promote the preservation of Brentwood’s historic sites and heritage. This is accomplished by recognizing and preserving the historic sites in Brentwood such as the Cool Springs House in Crockett Park and the Boiling Spring Academy in Primm Park. The Commission also provides educational programs, activities and events relating to the heritage of Brentwood. Each board member is responsible for one major project a year.
Anyone wishing to address the Historic Commission about a matter or would like more information about the Historic Commission, please contact the Community Relations Director Linda Lynch at 371-0060, or Brentwood History.
Click here to go to the Historic Commission webpage.