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April 25, 2024

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Brentwood Peeps Get First Dibs on Park Shelters

The month of February has been set aside for Brentwood residents to reserve park shelters for the summer months.

If you're a resident of Brentwood and hope to reserve a local park shelter this summer, you're in luck. The city of Brentwood has designated the entire month of February for reservations to be made by Brentwood residents/businesses only. People outside of Brentwood now have to wait until March 1 to reserve their spot.
    Last year, there were 400 reservations made for Brentwood Park Shelters but only 210 of those were for Brentwood residents. The new early booking for residents also does away with deposits. For businesses wishing to reserve a park shelter or use of athletic fields, proof of insurance will be required. Rental fees for non-residents of Williamson County will increase by $50 per reservation. The new policy is now in effect.
    The City of Brentwood offers the use of unheated pavilion/shelters year round at Crockett Park, Deerwood Arboretum, Granny White Park, Owl Creek Park, River Park and Smith Park.
    If you are reserving a shelter for a birthday party where you want to have inflatables, sound systems, food trucks or an additional grill, you must get special permission. Review the new policy here. Rent your shelter here.


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