Borough of Brentwood, PA
Allegheny County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Brentwood as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Borough property — See Ch. 41.
Alcoholic beverages — See Ch. 70.
Animals — See Ch. 76.
Curfew — See Ch. 93.
Littering — See Ch. 129.
Noise — See Ch. 145.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 156.
Smoking — See Ch. 172.
[Adopted 2-27-2017 by Res. No. 2017-19[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This resolution also repealed former Art. I, Parks and Recreation Facility Rental Policy, adopted 2-22-2016 by Res. No. 2016-21.
The Borough Council of the Borough of Brentwood, following due investigation, deems it appropriate to establish rules and regulations governing the use of the Brentwood Borough facilities including but not limited to: Borough Building, Civic Center, Community Room, ball fields, basketball court, dek hockey rink, stadium field, swimming pool, tennis court, track; and the Brentwood Borough Park in order to provide for the health, safety and welfare of recreational users of those facilities.
As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
BOROUGH NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Is defined as any group or organization that pertains to the Borough of Brentwood citizens' affairs and must be a duly registered 501(c)(3). The group must be comprised of 51% or more Brentwood residents and have a primary address in Brentwood. (To qualify, a listing of the group's members with residency and a 501(c)(3) determination letter must be provided.)
BOROUGH ORGANIZATION
Is defined as any group organization or team that pertains to the Borough of Brentwood citizens' affairs. The group or team must be comprised of 51% or more Brentwood residents and have a primary address in Brentwood. (To qualify, a listing of the group's/organization's members with residency must be provided.)
BOROUGH RESIDENT
Is defined as an individual that has a permanent address located in the Borough of Brentwood.
NONRESIDENT
Is defined as any group or individual who does not have a permanent address located in the Borough of Brentwood.
PERMIT EFFECTIVE DATE
Is defined as the time frame that a permit is effective to use for the designated field or recreation area. The dates can overlap no more than 10 days.
PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT (PCA)
Commonly known as "caregiver," "personal care attendant," "patient care assistant," "personal support worker" and "home care aide" is a paid, employed person who helps persons who are disabled or chronically ill with their activities of daily living (ADLs) whether within or outside the home. They assist clients with personal, physical mobility and therapeutic care needs, usually as per care plans established by a rehabilitation health practitioner, social worker or other health care professional. Proof of certification is required.
PRIVATE FUNCTION
Is defined as any group function not open to the public that does not charge any type of fee or admission for the event. The individual responsible for the reservation and rental resides in Brentwood. Proof of residency is required.
RECOGNIZED BOROUGH ORGANIZATION
Is defined as any group that complies with Borough not-for-profit organization and Borough organization guidelines (stated above) and completes the following steps:
A. 
On a seasonal basis, organizations attend a field user meeting for their respective season and keep on file with Brentwood Borough the following information:
(1) 
President, Vice President, Executive Director and a contact person for general registration, including name, title, address, home and work numbers and e-mail addresses.
(2) 
A copy of the organization's bylaws, a statement of the organization's philosophy, goals, age range, and skill levels the organization is offering (these are needed only once, or as changes are made in the program or requested by the Borough).
B. 
The organization is required annually to provide $1,000,000 in general liability insurance listing Brentwood Borough as additional insured. A copy of this policy or certificate of insurance must be on file with Brentwood Borough.
C. 
On a seasonal basis, the organization must present to the Borough a roster form with each participant's name, age, address and respective sport at the time they submit their permit application, along with a signed and notarized affidavit stating that the information is true and accurate. This is required to confirm Borough organization status (see § 155-2 of Borough Facility Rental Policy). (Note: The Borough will not retain this information other than the affidavit.)
D. 
Annually, it is required that organizations and teams conduct background checks in compliance with Pennsylvania Act 153 of 2014 and subsequent changes on all volunteer and paid coaches 14 years or older within their association and present to Brentwood Borough copies of all such clearances, along with a notarized affidavit stating the information is true and correct and that all coaches within their association meet their clearance requirements. (Note: The Borough will not retain this information other than the affidavits.)
E. 
Organizations are encouraged to demonstrate willingness to cooperate with Brentwood Borough and with each other when and if scheduling issues arise.
F. 
Failure to follow these guidelines may result in revocation or suspension of recognized status.
RENT/DEPOSIT EXEMPTION
Recognized Borough organizations and/or governmental agencies (federal, state, county, school district) whose focus is to benefit the local community shall be exempt from having to pay the rent and deposit specified herein for all Borough facilities identified in this policy, but such renters shall otherwise be required to comply with all the other terms and conditions of this policy.
A. 
Spring/summer: April 1 through July 31.
B. 
Fall: August 1 through November 30.
C. 
Winter: December 1 through March 31.
A. 
The Borough of Brentwood facilities listed in this policy will only be available for use when regularly scheduled activities are not in session. The facilities will be scheduled on a first-come basis for single reservations unless otherwise indicated.
B. 
The following rules and regulations shall apply to but not be limited to the Brentwood Borough: Borough Building, Civic Center, Community Room, ball fields, basketball court, dek hockey rink, stadium field, swimming pool, tennis court, track and other facilities:
(1) 
Positively no alcoholic beverages or smoking are permitted on Borough properties without first obtaining a Borough alcohol permit for the Civic Center. All alcoholic beverages and alcoholic beverage containers are prohibited otherwise.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 70, Alcoholic Beverages.
(2) 
The type of event, such as a birthday party, wedding reception, shower, special dinner, etc., must be clearly stated on the application.
(3) 
Security deposit.
(a) 
A security deposit of $150 is required for all parties when renting/using the Borough Building, Civic Center, Community Room, or dek hockey rink or swimming pool. Money will be withheld for circumstances such as, but not limited to, damages to windows, bathroom fixtures, walls, ceiling tiles, appliances, lights, soiled carpeting, or excessive uncleanliness. Costs for these items are based upon $25 per hour per staff member for labor cost plus materials. A security deposit is required from all individuals or groups.
(b) 
The security deposit payment will be deposited once the rental has been confirmed. Once the completed security deposit refund form and facility key(s), when applicable, are turned in to the Administrative Office, the security deposit will be refunded to the renter less any cleaning fees, damage to equipment or facilities or additional rental time beyond the original contracted agreement. The security deposit request form is to be turned in the first business day after the rental. Security deposits will not be processed or refunded without the form. Security deposit refunds are returned by mail within four to six weeks following the event and after an inspection of the facility. The refund will be in the form of a check.
(4) 
Cleaning responsibility. All renters must leave the facility in an orderly, clean, and undamaged condition by the end of the rental session. All renters shall comply in all respects with the rental clean up policy described herein below. Any renter (and his or her references) whose deposit is forfeited for one or more policy violations shall be permanently barred from future rentals.
(5) 
The use of profanity is prohibited.
(6) 
Glass containers are prohibited.
(7) 
Animals are prohibited, with the exception of service dogs.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 76, Animals.
(8) 
Smoking is prohibited.
(9) 
Riding of bicycles in the park is prohibited.
(10) 
Riding of skateboards in the park is prohibited.
(11) 
Use of the park and the Borough facilities and its equipment shall be at the users' own risk.
(12) 
Damage to or destruction of Borough facility or park property or equipment is prohibited, and restitution may be required as a result.
(13) 
Littering is prohibited.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 129, Littering.
(14) 
When there is a rate change, the former rate shall apply for anyone who has paid a deposit before the date of the rate change.
(15) 
Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
(16) 
Must be at least 25 years old with proper identification (Pennsylvania license or passport) to rent a Borough facility.
(17) 
No parking in the Brentwood Public Library parking lot.
(18) 
All fire regulations for the Borough Building, Civic Center and Community Room must be observed, including the following:
(a) 
Keeping exits clear at all times.
(b) 
No smoke machines are permitted due to the sensitivity of the smoke alarm systems.
(c) 
No smoking.
(d) 
Room capacity/maximum occupancies.
(e) 
A person shall not use or allow to be used any open flame, burning candle or candles.
(f) 
Open flames are strictly prohibited with the exception of birthday candles. Borough staff shall be made aware of any candles prior to the event.
(19) 
Report damages or abnormal conditions to the Police Department prior to your usage.
(20) 
Persons using the Civic Center, Community Room, or Borough Building are responsible for:
(a) 
Obtaining and returning keys to Administrative Office (Key deposit of $5 is required).
(b) 
Securing and removing trash after function. (Garbage bags will be provided).
(c) 
Providing their own cleaning supplies to disinfect tables, surfaces, sinks, and chairs.
(d) 
Leaving the facility in a clean and orderly fashion for the next renter.
(e) 
Properly operating any equipment, and using it for intended purpose only.
(f) 
Shutting off all lights (including restrooms) and securing facility when leaving.
(g) 
All cars being parked in parking lot. (Cars should never be parked in the library parking lot for any of these facility rentals.)
(21) 
Rentals must be paid in full no later than 10 days prior to the event. Rentals must be paid in full prior to picking up the key. The key must be picked up by Friday at 3:00 p.m. if the event is held Saturday, Sunday or Monday. Earlier rental payment and key pickup will be accepted.
(22) 
Full refunds will be issued for reservations canceled no later than 10 days prior to the scheduled date. Cancellations made less than 10 days prior to the event will forfeit the security deposit and full payment.
(23) 
All organizations and teams requesting a rental may be required to provide proof of liability insurance, in the amount of $1,000,000, naming the Borough of Brentwood as additional insured for the event(s).
(24) 
Events requiring major setup (lighting, displays, etc.) should be submitted at least one month prior to the anticipated event. A detailed description of the special event activity and setup should be included with the facility rental form. Additional fees may be assessed at the rate of $25 per hour per staff member.
(25) 
No decorations shall be displayed using tape, tacks, etc. Non-damaging putty, etc., shall be permitted. Any desired decorations will be approved by the event staff or Recreation Director at least one week prior to the event.
(26) 
Prior to and, should he or she so desire, after the event, the renter will accompany an authorized Borough employee in a brief inspection of the facility. At this time any damage to the facility will be assessed. If necessary, a full or partial retention of the renter's security deposit may be applied.
(27) 
Teenage functions shall be governed by the following regulations:
(a) 
One off-duty Brentwood Borough police officer, provided at the renter's expense, shall be present at all times during the function and until the building is cleared. However, this requirement may be waived at the discretion of the Borough Manager.
(b) 
A responsible person (25 years of age or older) shall be required to sign the liability agreement guarantee against damage to the building for each group of 50 or fewer teenagers.
(c) 
A responsible person (25 years of age or older) is required for each group of 10 teenagers to act as chaperone. Such person's name, address, and phone number shall be required prior to the event. All chaperones must remain on-site for the duration of the event.
(28) 
The Borough reserves the right to require that security be provided at the renter's expense.
(29) 
The Borough reserves the right to cancel any event in which untrue information was given and/or if the event is thought to be detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the citizens or to the integrity of the facilities and/or contrary to the rules and regulations governing the use of the facilities.
(30) 
All activities taking place in any of the Borough facilities shall be done in accordance with the Brentwood Borough ordinance relating to noise.[4]
[4]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 145, Noise.
(31) 
The renter, or designated representative who has reached the age of 25, must be present during the entire rental time.
(32) 
Renters are only permitted to use the areas designated on the written contract or application for the event shown. All children shall be supervised at all times and remain with the user group. Minors must remain in the rented facility room and shall not be allowed to roam unsupervised throughout the facility.
(33) 
Renters are responsible for the complete setup of the tables and chairs. Chairs are to be taken down and placed on the chair racks. Tables are to be cleaned and left up for inspection. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of deposit equal to $25 per hour per staff member.
(34) 
Renter must limit the number of guests to the amount specified on the contract or application under estimated attendance. The number of guests includes anyone included in the party such as speakers, guests, and attendees. Attendance numbers larger than that stated on the application contract may result in the event being terminated early if the Fire Chief determines that the number of guests exceeds the maximum allowed occupancy of the facility.
(35) 
The Borough of Brentwood shall not be responsible for items left by guests, workers, or representatives of the rental event.
(36) 
Failure to adhere to any of the terms and conditions of this policy may result in immediate cancellation of the existing agreement, forfeiture of the security deposit, and restriction from the future use of other Borough facilities.
(37) 
Forfeiture of deposit; violation of policy. Automatic forfeiture of the deposit will occur under the following conditions:
(a) 
Any building door is left unsecured (unlocked).
(b) 
Smoking in the building.
(c) 
Evidence or presence of alcoholic beverages in the building or premises, with the exception of the Civic Center with an approved alcohol permit.
(d) 
Setting off fire alarms without probable cause to believe that the facility is on fire. (Setting off a false alarm is illegal and criminal charges may be filed.)
(e) 
Disturbance of the peace.
(f) 
Damage to the facility itself, equipment, furnishings, or decorations, including damage from the attachment of banners, posters, streamers, signs, etc., which are beyond normal wear and tear.
(g) 
Excess trash left in the building.
(h) 
Cleanup procedures not followed.
(i) 
Required summoning of the Police Department due to activities of the participants.
(j) 
Failure to clean.
(38) 
Cleaning policy/procedures.
(a) 
Please leave chairs stacked on the chair racks and tables left up for inspection.
(b) 
Sweep, mop, and leave the floors clean and ready for the next people that will be using the building. Mop with clean, clear water only. Brooms and mops shall be provided.
(c) 
Clean oven, stove, refrigerator and kitchen (if used).
(d) 
Check restrooms and leave them clean and turn off lights.
(e) 
Check the thermostat as you leave. In the summer, leave on 80°. In the winter, leave on 60°. If it is very cold, leave on 70°.
(f) 
Carry all bagged and tied trash and place in the dumpster next to the Borough Salt Dome. Check for and clean up any loose trash around the buildings.
(g) 
Make sure all outside doors are locked. Failure to lock all doors may result in forfeiture of deposit and a possible additional fee.
(h) 
Leave the building as you wish to find it if you were going to use it after yourself.
(39) 
After the applicant has reviewed and fully understands this information, please complete application for usage.
(40) 
Facility rental forms can be submitted by one of the following methods:
(a) 
Drop off. Facility rental request forms can be submitted at the Brentwood Borough Municipal Building, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Forms must be fully completed and submitted with security deposit.
(b) 
Mail. Completed facility rental request forms, including security deposit (check), may be mailed to:
Brentwood Borough
Attn: Parks and Recreation Director
Facility Rentals
3624 Brownsville Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15227
(41) 
Renters must have their facility contract and the facility rental policy with them at the facility during the renter's use of the facility.
(42) 
In the event that problems may arise with the scheduling of the building, all administrative decisions shall be final.
(43) 
In the event of an emergency, the renter shall call 9-1-1. Inform them that you are at the Brentwood Civic Center.
(44) 
In the event of a nonemergency issue you can contact Jim Attanucci at 412-969-7535 or Robert Mackewich at 412-996-4747.
C. 
All persons using public recreation and park areas of the Borough of Brentwood shall comply with all posted rules and regulations established by the Council of the Borough of Brentwood, for the use of such facilities, and failure to comply with such rules and regulations, in addition to the penalties hereinafter provided, may subject the person violating them to loss of the privilege to use such facilities, and no refund of any admission or security deposit paid shall be required.
Borough organizations who meet the criteria as defined in § 155-2 shall be exempt from having to pay the rent and deposit specified herein for all facilities identified within this policy, but such renters shall otherwise be required to comply with all the other terms and conditions of this policy, including the following special provisions:
A. 
Organization meetings. Shall be permitted to conduct their monthly organization meetings without being charged a fee. Meetings will be limited to the Community Room, Civic Center or Borough Municipal Building. If more than one rental per month is needed then all additional rentals shall be in accordance with the Borough resident rate for the Civic Center, Community Room and Municipal Building.
B. 
Group events. Shall be permitted to conduct organization fundraising, registrations, photos, uniform distribution, and other similar organizational activities in any of the Borough facilities without fees.
C. 
Reserving facility rooms. Reoccurring monthly meeting dates may be reserved at one time. Events and/or fundraising activities may be planned up to a year in advance of the scheduled date.
A policy and procedure for field and recreation area permits is attached to this Borough facility rental policy as Exhibit A and is specifically incorporated by reference herein.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Exhibit A is included as an attachment to this chapter.
A. 
Hours of operation.
(1) 
The Brentwood Borough swimming pool is typically opened from Memorial Day until Labor Day unless otherwise indicated and approved by the Borough Council. The Borough swimming pool shall be open during regularly scheduled hours, and no unauthorized swimming shall be permitted after such regularly scheduled hours, and entry upon the pool premises when it is not open for public use without a valid permit shall be unlawful. The typical normal pool hours shall be as follows:
Normal Pool Hours
Days or Description
Hours
Sunday and holidays
11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Weekdays
11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Adult swim
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Open to all ages
12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Guard safety swim
3:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Pool Hours While Brentwood School District is in Session
Days
Hours
Weekdays: All ages
3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Weekends:
Adult swim
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
All ages
12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
*
Closed on July 4th
**
Adult Swim occurs daily from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. No one under the age of 18 shall be permitted entry to the pool.
(2) 
All pool hours are subject to change depending on weather, special events, and attendance. During inclement weather, all changes in pool hours and/or closing times will be posted at the pool.
B. 
Fees.
(1) 
The fees for Borough swimming season passes, daily rates, pool party rates and any other associated fees associated with the Brentwood Borough swimming pool shall be set forth and established in the Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
(2) 
Daily pool fees associated with personal care assistants who are performing their duties for a paid resident shall be waived.
(3) 
Family passes are valid for up to two adults and three children that reside within a single household. Verification of residency may be required. Up to four guests are permitted per family per day.
(4) 
Each holder of a children and teen's annual pass may accompany one guest. Each holder of adult or senior annual pass may accompany up to four guests.
(5) 
Residents purchasing single-day passes are not permitted to sponsor a guest.
(6) 
No refunds shall be given for inclement weather or anything that may cause the pool to be closed.
C. 
Pool party rentals.
(1) 
The Brentwood Borough swimming pool may be rented after the pool's normal hours or as approved by Brentwood Borough Council. This will result in the following times. Rental fees include one hour for pool cleanup and shutting down.
(a) 
Sunday and holidays: 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
(b) 
Weekdays: 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
(2) 
No refunds shall be given for inclement weather that may cause the pool to be closed unless notice is given 30 minutes prior to the start of the scheduled rental by the renter.
D. 
Compliance with rules and regulations. In addition to those relevant rules and regulations listed in § 155-3, General rules and regulations, all persons using the Brentwood Borough swimming pool shall comply with all rules as may be determined by the Borough Manager as well as those posted rules and regulations established by the Borough Council and pool management company for the use of the swimming pool and facilities, and failure to comply with such rules and regulations, in addition to the penalties hereinafter provided, may subject the person violating them to loss of privilege to use the pool, and no refund of any admission paid will be required. Patrons must review these rules carefully and should report any violations to a staff member immediately. Pool personnel can be called upon to address any concerns regarding the nature of the rules or enforcement practices. The below list of general rules and regulations are not all encompassing:
(1) 
Brentwood pool is for Brentwood residents and their guests.
(2) 
Photo I.D. may be required.
(3) 
Guests must be accompanied by a season pass holder.
(4) 
Guests must pay daily admission.
(5) 
One guest may be admitted when accompanied by a 17u season pass holder.
(6) 
Up to four guests may be admitted when accompanied by an adult season pass holder.
(7) 
No one under the age of 18 will be permitted inside the pool gates during the adult swim.
(8) 
Pool passes must be presented and scanned upon entry to the pool.
(9) 
Wrist bands will be used for all daily admissions.
(10) 
No refunds will be given due to inclement weather.
(11) 
Acceptable swim attire must be worn both by patrons in the pool and on the deck. Patrons with religious concerns regarding modesty may wear garments that provide full-body coverage, provided that they are clean and that they do not interfere with their safety in the water.
(12) 
No running or horseplay is permitted in or around the pool.
(13) 
Absolutely no alcoholic beverages are permitted.
(14) 
Persons who appear to be under the influence of alcohol or narcotics will be denied admission.
(15) 
The use of profanity is prohibited.
(16) 
Candy, food, chewing gum or beverages are not permitted inside the pool gates.
(17) 
Glass containers are prohibited.
(18) 
Smoking is strictly prohibited.
(19) 
Littering is strictly prohibited.
(20) 
Use of all flotation devices is at the discretion of the lifeguards.
(21) 
Toys, beach balls, and other items shall only be permitted in the pool area at the discretion of the pool personnel. No hard balls allowed.
(22) 
The use of sunscreen is encouraged.
(23) 
Patrons who leave the pool area are required to shower before reentering the water.
(24) 
Persons with open cuts, open sores, bandages or communicable diseases are not permitted in the pool. Report any injuries to a lifeguard immediately.
(25) 
No one should engage any on-duty lifeguard in unnecessary conversation.
(26) 
Spitting, spouting, or nose-blowing in the pool is strictly prohibited.
(27) 
Children under the age of seven must be accompanied by a parent or other responsible person at all times, including while on deck or in the restroom. This parent or guardian must be dressed in appropriate swim attire (no street clothes). While in the water, the parent or responsible person must remain within arm's reach of the child; this stipulation is also applicable to the kiddie pool.
(28) 
Children who are not toilet-trained are only allowed in the pool area if they wear a swimsuit diaper or plastic pants. Cloth or disposable diapers are not acceptable garments.
(29) 
The Borough shall not be responsible for items that are lost, stolen, or left at the pool.
(30) 
Emergency procedures must be observed. Swimmers must leave the pool area immediately upon the signal of the pool manager.
(31) 
A patron may be verbally warned for the first offense; the patron will be asked to leave the pool facility if a second offense occurs.
(32) 
The decision of the pool personnel is final.
A. 
Hours of operation. The Borough Park is open from 7:00 a.m. and closes at 11:30 p.m., Sunday through Saturday.
B. 
Park lighting guidelines. Park lighting for the courts and fields are at the Borough's discretion. Absence of a use permit, the following park lighting guidelines will be utilized by the Borough to establish consistency for the public.
(1) 
Dek hockey rink, tennis court, basketball court, and Field 2 (Attanucci Field).
(a) 
Spring hours: April 1 to Memorial Day.
[1] 
Sundays through Thursdays: dusk until 10:00 p.m.
[2] 
Fridays and Saturdays: dusk until 11:30 p.m.
(b) 
Summer hours: June 1 to Labor Day.
[1] 
Sundays through Saturdays: dusk until 11:30 p.m.
(c) 
Fall hours: Labor Day to Thanksgiving Day.
[1] 
Sundays through Thursdays: dusk until 10:00 p.m.
[2] 
Fridays and Saturdays: dusk until 11:30 p.m.
(d) 
Winter hours: Thanksgiving Day to March 31.
[1] 
Sundays through Saturdays: by permit only. (Lighting will only be provided with a permit.)
(2) 
Track lighting.
(a) 
Spring, summer, and fall hours: April 1 to Thanksgiving Day.
[1] 
Sundays through Saturdays: dusk until 11:30 p.m.
(b) 
Winter hours: Day after Thanksgiving Day to March 31.
[1] 
Sundays through Saturdays: dusk until 9:00 p.m.
(3) 
Football field lighting.
(a) 
By permit only.
C. 
Permitted uses. The Brentwood Borough Park is a family-friendly community park located in the heart of Brentwood. It is available for use throughout the year to residents. The park includes ball fields, basketball courts, dek hockey, football/soccer field, playground, swimming pool, tennis court, track and bathroom facilities. The park is enjoyed by the many youth sports organizations for baseball, softball, football, and soccer. In addition, it is used for summer day camp, picnics, walking, and various activities.
D. 
Speed limit on park property. After posting of appropriate signs at the entrances to the municipal park on Park Drive in the Borough of Brentwood indicating the speed limit, no person shall operate any vehicle, whether motor-driven or not, at a speed in excess of five miles per hour on the Borough park property.
E. 
Fees. The fees for the use of the ball fields and the pavilions will be set forth and established in the Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
F. 
Basketball/tennis courts. Brentwood Park has both a tennis court and basketball court that are available to Borough residents. There are no fees associated with the use of these facilities. Use is based on a first-come/first-served basis by the residents. However, any organized event requiring the use of the tennis court or basketball court shall first obtain a use permit from the Borough.
G. 
Concession stands. The various concession stands located throughout the park are only available for use through a separate concession stand rental agreement made with the Borough of Brentwood.
A. 
Hours of operation.
(1) 
The facility may be rented between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Sunday through Saturday.
(2) 
The premises are to be vacated and locked by 11:30 p.m.
B. 
Permitted uses. The Brentwood Borough Civic Center located in the Brentwood Borough Park, Park Drive, Brentwood, Pennsylvania, is available for use throughout the year to residents for private functions. Facilities include activity rooms, kitchen, and bathroom facilities. Also available is a fenced deck overlooking the Brentwood Borough swimming pool.
(1) 
Room size: 57 feet by 37 feet.
(2) 
Capacity: 100 persons (maximum).
(3) 
Equipment: Tables and chairs are available. The permittee is responsible for any additional tables and chairs that may be needed. Typically there are:
(a) 
Twenty six-foot rectangular tables.
(b) 
Four five-foot round tables.
(c) 
One hundred folding chairs.
(4) 
Stage: eight feet by 25 feet.
(5) 
Kitchen:
(a) 
Koch double-door refrigerator;
(b) 
Two industrial Toastmaster stoves with ovens;
(c) 
One stove has a two-foot-by-two-foot griddle and two burners, and the other has six burners;
(d) 
One ice-making machine; plus
(e) 
Two double-bowl sinks.
(6) 
Social activities.
(a) 
Anniversary.
(b) 
Birthday parties.
(c) 
Graduation.
(d) 
Showers.
(e) 
Retirement.
(f) 
Other: to be approved by Borough.
C. 
Fees. Rentals are granted in one-hour increments, with a minimum of two hours for private functions and one hour for business, unless otherwise specified. An individual's residency status at the time of completing a facility rental request form will determine the rental fee that is assessed. Fees include 30 minutes for setup and 15 minutes for teardown. If additional time is required for preparation of the event, the renter will be charged at the applicable hourly rate. Additional fees may be applied based on the nature of the rental. See Subsection D, Additional rental fees and special reguests. The fees for the use of the Civic Center will be set forth and established in the Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
D. 
Additional rental fees and special requests.
(1) 
Rentals requiring additional Borough staff will be assessed at the rate of $25 per hour per staff member.
(2) 
All entertainment (DJ, performers, music, etc.) must be approved by the Borough Manager prior to the event.
(3) 
Alcohol is only permitted in the Civic Center with an alcohol permit.
(4) 
The permit holder is responsible for picking up the key at the Administrative Office Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Key(s) may be picked up one day prior to the rental; for Sunday rentals keys may be picked up on Friday. A key deposit of $5 is required at the time of pickup. Key(s) must be returned the first business day after the rental. The key deposit will be returned at that time. If the key is not picked up during business hours prior to the event, the renter is responsible for contacting the names below to unlock the building or to make arrangements for a police officer to unlock the building the day of the event. If this is required, the renter will be assessed a convenience fee of $25.
(a) 
First, Public Works Director Robert Mackewich: 412-996-4747.
(b) 
Second, Assistant Public Works Director Vitale Alexandrov: 952-210-7334.
(c) 
Third, Parks and Recreation Director Jim Attanucci: 412-969-7535.
(5) 
The security deposit request form is to be turned in the first business day after the rental. Security deposits will not be processed or refunded without the form.
A. 
Hours of operation.
(1) 
The facility may be rented between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
(2) 
The premises are to be vacated and locked by 11:30 p.m.
B. 
Permitted uses. The Brentwood Borough Community Room is located in the Brentwood Borough Park, 3501 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, Pennsylvania, downstairs of the Brentwood Borough Library. The entrance is located behind the library. It is available for use throughout the year to residents for private functions. Facilities include a small kitchen and bathroom facilities.
(1) 
Room size: 44 feet by 44 feet.
(2) 
Capacity: 100 persons (maximum).
(3) 
Social activities.
(a) 
Anniversary.
(b) 
Birthdays.
(c) 
Organization's meetings.
(d) 
Graduation.
(e) 
Showers.
(f) 
Retirement.
(g) 
Other: to be approved by Borough.
(4) 
Equipment: Tables and chairs are available. Typically there are:
(a) 
Five eight-foot rectangular tables.
(b) 
Six-foot rectangular tables.
(c) 
One hundred chairs.
(5) 
Kitchen: refrigerator, sink, stove.
C. 
Fees. Rentals are granted in one-hour increments, with a minimum of two hours for private functions and one-hour for business, unless otherwise specified. An individual's residency status or organization status at the time of completing a facility rental request form will determine the rental fee that is assessed. Fees include 30 minutes for setup and 15 minutes for teardown. If additional time is required for preparation of the event, the renter will be charged at the applicable hourly rate. Additional fees may be applied based on the nature of the rental. See Subsection D, Additional rental fees and special requests. The fees for the use of the Community Room will be set forth and established in the Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
D. 
Additional rental fees and special requests.
(1) 
Rentals requiring additional Borough staff will be assessed at $25 per hour per staff member.
(2) 
All entertainment (DJ, performers, music, etc.) must be approved by the Borough Manager prior to the event.
(3) 
Alcohol is not permitted in the Community Room at any time.
(4) 
The permit holder is responsible for picking up the key at the Administrative Office Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Key(s) may be picked up one day prior to the rental; for Sunday rentals keys may be picked up on Friday. A key deposit of $5 is required at the time of pickup. Key(s) must be returned the first business day after the rental. The key deposit will be returned at that time. If the key is not picked up during business hours prior to the event, the renter is responsible for contacting the names below to unlock the building or to make arrangements for a police officer to unlock the building the day of the event. If this is required, the renter will be assessed a convenience fee of $25.
(a) 
First, Public Works Director Robert Mackewich: 412-996-4747.
(b) 
Second, Assistant Public Works Director: Vitale Alexandrov: 952-210-7334.
(c) 
Third, Parks and Recreation Director: Jim Attanucci 412-969-7535.
(5) 
The security deposit request form is to be turned in the first business day after the rental. Security deposits will not be processed or refunded without the form.
A. 
Hours of operation.
(1) 
The facility may be rented between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Saturday.
(2) 
The premises are to be vacated and locked by 11:00 p.m.
B. 
Permitted uses. The Brentwood Borough Building is located at 3624 Brownsville Road, Brentwood, and is available for use throughout the year to residents for private functions.
(1) 
Room size:
(a) 
Main room: 39 feet by 69 feet.
(b) 
Small room: 28 feet by 38 feet.
(2) 
Capacity: 75 persons (maximum).
(3) 
Social activities.
(a) 
Anniversary.
(b) 
Organizations' meetings.
(c) 
Graduation.
(d) 
Showers.
(e) 
Retirement.
(f) 
Other: to be approved by Borough.
(4) 
Equipment: Tables and chairs are available. Typically there are:
(a) 
Seven white/gray plastic tables (six feet by 2.5 feet).
(b) 
Fifty-seven wooden chairs in Council chambers.
(c) 
Sixty-nine folding chairs in large ballroom.
(5) 
Kitchen: none.
C. 
Fees. Rentals are granted in one-hour increments, with a minimum of two hours for private functions and one hour for business, unless otherwise specified. An individual's residency status or organization status at the time of completing a facility rental request form will determine the rental fee that is assessed. Fees include 30 minutes for setup and 15 minutes for teardown. If additional time is required for preparation of the event, the renter will be charged at the applicable hourly rate. Additional fees may be applied based on the nature of the rental. See Subsection D, Additional rental fees and special requests. The fees for the use of the Borough Building will be set forth and established in the Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
D. 
Additional rental fees and special requests.
(1) 
Rentals requiring additional Borough staff will be assessed at $25 per hour per staff member.
(2) 
All entertainment (DJ, performers, music, etc.) must be approved by the Borough Manager prior to the event.
(3) 
Alcohol is not permitted in the Borough Building at any time.
(4) 
The permit holder is responsible for picking up the key at the Administrative Office Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Key(s) may be picked up one day prior to the rental; for Sunday rentals keys may be picked up on Friday. A key deposit of $5 is required at the time of pickup. Key(s) must be returned the first business day after the rental. The key deposit will be returned at that time. If the key is not picked up during business hours prior to the event, the renter is responsible for contacting the names below to unlock the building or to make arrangements for a police officer to unlock the building the day of the event. If this is required, the renter will be assessed a convenience fee of $25.
(a) 
First, Public Works Director Bob Mackewich: 412-996-4747.
(b) 
Second, Assistant Public Works Director Vitale Alexandrov: 952-210-7334.
(c) 
Third, Parks and Recreation Director Jim Attanucci: 412-969-7535.
(5) 
The security deposit request form is to be turned in the first business day after the rental. Security deposits will not be processed or refunded without the form.
A. 
A use permit is required for any organized group of 10 or more.
B. 
Hours of operation.
(1) 
The facility may be rented between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
(2) 
The premises are to be vacated and locked by 11:30 p.m.
C. 
Permitted uses. The Brentwood Borough stadium is located in the Brentwood Borough Park, Park Drive, Brentwood, Pennsylvania. It is leased by the Brentwood Borough School District. It is utilized by the Brentwood Borough youth sporting leagues.
D. 
Fees. Rentals are granted in one-hour increments, with a minimum of two hours for private functions and one hour for business, unless otherwise specified. An individual's residency status or organization status at the time of completing a facility rental request form will determine the rental fee that is assessed. If additional time is required for preparation of the event, the renter will be charged at the applicable hourly rate. Additional fees may be applied based on the nature of the rental. See Subsection G, Additional rental fees and special requests. The fees for the use of the stadium will be set forth and established in the Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
E. 
Restroom facilities. Restroom facilities will be opened and inspected prior to event/use by the permittee. The renter is responsible for the condition of the restroom facilities during his or her event/use. If more than one organization is using the stadium and both request the use of the restroom facilities, both organizations will be equally held responsible. If more than one organization is using the stadium/practice field, all organizations using the stadium facility will be ultimately responsible for their condition even though members of the other organization may use the facilities. The permittee is to pick up the key at the Administrative Office prior to the event or season and return the first business day after the event or end of season.
F. 
Concession stands. The various concession stands located in the stadium are only available for use through a separate concession stand rental agreement made with the Borough of Brentwood. All concession stand agreements are subject to Borough Council approval.
G. 
Additional rental fees and special requests.
(1) 
Rentals requiring additional Borough staff will be assessed at $25 per hour per staff member.
(2) 
All entertainment (DJ, performers, music, etc.) must be approved by the Borough Manager prior to the event.
(3) 
Alcohol is not permitted in the stadium at any time.
H. 
Stadium and field rules and requirements. Organized use of the Brentwood stadium requires a use permit. The fields/facilities are only available for use during park hours.
(1) 
No animals (except to assist persons with a disability i.e., service dogs).
(2) 
Borough staff will designate the location of available restrooms.
(3) 
Adult supervision of field activities is mandatory. The user organization is responsible for the conduct of participants and spectators during its permitted time.
(4) 
Soccer goals must have turf wheels attached. Other sport equipment must be lifted when moved. No dragging allowed.
(5) 
No motor vehicles allowed on the field surface except for maintenance or emergency.
(6) 
No bicycles, skates, or motor vehicles shall be allowed on the field surface or track.
(7) 
No food or drink, except water and sport drinks, shall be permitted on the field or track.
(8) 
No alcoholic beverages allowed.
(9) 
No glass containers or aluminum cans allowed.
(10) 
No sunflower seeds or gum allowed.
(11) 
No tobacco products allowed.
(12) 
No fireworks or any open flame allowed.
(13) 
No golfing, shot putting, javelin or discus throwing allowed.
(14) 
No use of model planes or rockets.
(15) 
No chalking, tape or other adhesive material shall be placed on the field or track surface.
(16) 
No painting shall be placed on the field surface without prior approval by the Borough.
(17) 
No stakes, spikes or other pointed materials may be used for anchoring anything on the athletic fields.
(18) 
No metal cleats; only rubber cleats allowed. Only one-quarter-inch track spikes or shorter may be used on the rubber track.
(19) 
Walkers and joggers may not use the track when official events are taking place, (i.e., games).
(20) 
Hanging or climbing on the football or soccer goal posts is prohibited.
(21) 
No formal practice or games without prior field reservation (use permit). The reservation must adhere to the designated field, unless approval is given by the Borough. Fields may be closed at any time due to safety-related or maintenance concerns. Failure to comply with these rules will result in immediate cancellation of the permit.
(22) 
Any users found to be in violation of the guidelines outlined in this policy will be subject to all applicable fines and penalties, including loss of future permitting and use privileges.
(23) 
The Borough of Brentwood reserves the right to revoke or deny a permit as necessary if the field needs to be closed for immediate repair.
I. 
Special events/game events.
(1) 
A special event is a sporting, cultural, business or other type of unique activity, occurring for a limited or fixed duration (one-time, annual) and presented to a live audience, that impacts the Borough of Brentwood by involving the use of, or having impact on, the public realm (owned, leased or controlled by the Borough of Brentwood). It usually occurs on the public realm (Brentwood Park/stadium/fields/facilities) but sometimes can spill over from private property.
(2) 
Activities that are part of a regular series are not deemed special events, unless they are an atypical activity outside the ordinary (e.g., a regular scheduled football game is not a special event, but the playoff game is a special event.) Also excluded are construction-related permitting and film permits.
(3) 
Notwithstanding any other provision of this facilities agreement, the stadium and all other athletic facilities in the park shall be subject to the control of the Brentwood Borough Council, and any and all use of the stadium and other athletic facilities shall be subject to the Borough's discretion.
(4) 
The rental fee and all other fees addressed in this policy are due 10 days prior to event.
J. 
Special event/game day rental permit. An event permit is required for any special event or game for any nonresident/non-Borough organization that wishes to use any Borough facility to host its special event or game. In addition to the event permit fee, renters will be required to pay the event hourly rental rate.
K. 
Insurance. The renter is responsible for obtaining event insurance, naming the Borough as an additional insured under the contract of insurance, and providing comprehensive general liability insurance with respect to the renter's use of the stadium athletic facilities, with the amount of such insurance being not less than $1,000,000 in liability coverage. A policy certificate of such coverage will accompany the facility rental application.
L. 
Medical supervision. It is the renter's responsibility to provide a trainer duly licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
M. 
Other supervision. Two Brentwood Borough police officers and one Brentwood Department of Public Works employee is included with any event/game rental. Additional police supervision may be required depending on estimated attendance. If it is determined that additional police supervision is required, the renter shall be responsible for each additional police officer a minimum of four hours at the Borough-approved rate as determined in the Borough's Fee Resolution.[2]
(1) 
One thousand or less: two police officers (included in original fee).
(2) 
One thousand to 2,000: three police officers (renter responsible for the cost of one additional police officer a minimum of four hours).
(3) 
Two thousand to full stadium, four police officers (renter responsible for the cost of two additional police officers a minimum of four hours).
[2]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
N. 
Maintenance. The Borough will inspect the synthetic turf field, bleacher, press box, and ticket booth before the renter's game. The Borough agrees to perform any maintenance necessary in regard to any repairs needed of the synthetic turf field and other facilities, provided, however, that the Borough will not be required to make any capital expenditure to improve or correct any deficiency unless deemed necessary by the Borough of Brentwood Council. Based on the expected crowd size, at renter's expense per employee, Borough Public Works employees are required to be present during the event:
(1) 
One thousand or less: one Public Works employee (included in original fee).
(2) 
One thousand to 2,000: two Public Works employees (renter responsible for the cost of one additional DPW employee a minimum of four hours).
(3) 
Two thousand to full stadium: three Public Works employees (renter responsible for the cost of two additional DPW employees a minimum of four hours).
O. 
Concession stand. All usage of any concession stand is done through a separate Borough agreement. Borough organizations who have existing concession stand agreements will be offered the opportunity to operate the concession and benefit from the revenue generated before an agreement is made with the renter. If there is not any existing concession stand agreement in place at the time of the special event/game the Borough shall have the first right of refusal to operate the concession stand during the special event/game. If the Borough declines to operate the concession stand during the special event/game, then the Borough may consider permitting the renter the opportunity to utilize the concession stand at the additional fee.
P. 
Press box/stadium scoreboard. A Brentwood Borough employee must be hired to oversee and operate the sound system, scoreboard, and message center at $25 per hour. The renter may provide personnel (up to four) that may be present and assist in the press box.
(1) 
No display on the stadium scoreboard of any pictorial or verbal information, advertising or signage, except for those items that are approved by the Borough.
(2) 
The Borough reserves the right to determine in its sole and exclusive discretion which persons or entities may make use of the stadium scoreboard.
Q. 
After-game cleanup. The renter is responsible to clean and pick up all trash off the field, stands, and all stadium premises. If trash or damages are left after the game event, fees will be assessed and taken out of the security deposit.
R. 
All rules and regulations outlined in this policy must be followed at all times. Failure to comply with these rules can result in loss of scheduled time in the facility and possible fines.
A. 
Dek hockey rink. A use permit is required for any organized group of five or more.
B. 
Hours of operation.
(1) 
The facility may be rented between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
(2) 
The premises are to be vacated and locked by 11:30 p.m.
C. 
Fees. Use of the dek hockey rink is available to Borough residents (proof of residency required) at no charge when there is not a Borough-sponsored event or program taking place. Use is based on a first-come, first-served basis by the residents. However, any organized event requiring the use of the rink shall first be approved by the Borough. Fees will be set forth in the annual Brentwood Borough Fee Resolution.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. A215, Fees.
D. 
Additional rental fees and special requests.
(1) 
Rentals requiring additional Borough staff will be assessed for additional fees to cover the hourly wages of each staff member.
(2) 
All entertainment (DJ, performers, music, etc.) must be approved by the Borough Manager prior to the event.
E. 
Rules and regulations.
(1) 
General.
(a) 
No alcohol or tobacco products are permitted in the rink-area.
(b) 
No food or drinks except water and sport drinks are allowed within rink boundaries.
(c) 
No painting, chalking, tape or other adhesive material shall be placed on the deck surface without prior approval.
(d) 
No animals (except service dogs).
(2) 
Equipment.
(a) 
Dek hockey shin pads of any kind must be worn by all players, except goalies who are required to wear goalie pads.
(b) 
Gloves of any kind must be worn. No cut-out fingers will be allowed.
(c) 
If under the age of 18, players must wear a helmet, full-face shields or mask and mouthguard. It is recommended for persons over the age of 18.
(d) 
All players must wear elbow pads.
(e) 
Only rubber-soled tennis shoes and roller blades allowed.
F. 
Borough staff reserves the right to refuse service to any participant and/or spectator who violates any policy or procedure or engages in any verbal and/or physical abuse of the athletic fields or Borough staff.
G. 
Unauthorized users will be asked to leave. Failure to comply is subject to enforcement per the Pennsylvania Penal Code.
The foregoing policy and procedures may be amended from time to time by a majority vote of the Council.
If any section, sentence or provision of this article or the application thereof to any person or circumstances shall be declared invalid, such invalidity shall not affect any of the other sections, sentences, provisions or applications of this article which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this article are declared to be severable.
All prior resolutions or facility rental policies are hereby repealed in whole or in part to the extent inconsistent herewith.
The provisions of this article shall take effect on February 27, 2017, and shall remain in effect until rescinded or revised.