Welcome to the Brentwood Neighborhood Association website

Brentwood is a neighborhood in north central Austin, Texas. The area is bordered by Burnet Road on the west, Lamar Blvd on the east, 45th Street on the south and Justin Lane on the north. The City of Austin annexed most of the neighborhood in 1946 and purchased the land next to Brentwood Elementary to establish the neighborhood's Brentwood Park in 1951. Running through the middle of the area is a tree-lined street named Arroyo Seco which follows a creek of the same name. Our annual holiday luminaria display is just one of our many beloved traditions.

Brentwood is now a trendy and popular area that is home to gorgeous tree-lined streets and established homes. Many of the homes are bungalow style homes, normally one story, and have a low to medium pitched roof and simple, rectangular shapes. Many were originally two bedrooms and were purchased by GIs who wanted to start families following WWII. The combination of original residents who never left the 'hood and a growing number of young professsionals have built a strong community which fits perfectly with the style of Austin. 

All residents within the boundaries of Brentwood are encouraged to join the Brentwood Neighborhood Association and become a partner as we work to create a welcoming and inclusive community of engaged citizens.  The best way to reach out to the Officers and Steering Committee members if you have questions, concerns or ideas is to email us at brentwood.austin@gmail.com .  People can also join our official Yahoo Group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/brentwood-na/join to follow communications on our neighhorhood forum.

Welcome to Brentwood, y'all!!!

BNA Steering Committee Agenda for March

March 7, 2018
7:00 pm at the Lions Club (1103 Justin Lane)

1. Welcome
2. Additions to Agenda/Guests
- Beverly Silas:  North Austin Campus Construction Project
- Sarah Wauters, Integral Care - La Paloma Update
- Barbara McArthur: CodeNEXT version 3 - Impact on Brentwood 
3. Old Business
- Approval of Previous SC Minutes
- Code Next Update
4. New Business
- Corridor Mobility Plan Open House
- Violet Crown Car Show Update
- Advertisement Rotation
- Newsletter Schedule
- Committee Membership
5. Committee Reports
" Transportation
" Finance 
" Communication 
" Police 
" Zoning 
" Parks and Recs

Brentwood Neighborhood Annual Meeting

Please join us for our Annual Meeting and Election.
Brentwood Neighborhood Association
General Membership Meeting 02-21-17, 7:00 pm
 North Austin Lions Club (1103 Justin Ln)

1.      Welcome
2.      Guests:
·       CM Leslie Pool
        Anne-Charlotte Patterson - Ryan Drive Park
        Jim Duncan - CodeNext

        Violet Crown Spring Festival
        Violet Crown Car Show

3.    Election of Officers/Steering Committee

4.    Comments by President-Elect

5.    Year in Review – Committee Reports
·         Annual events and commitments
·         Transportation
·         Membership/Finance
·         Information
·         Police
·         Zoning
·         Parks and Rec

6.    Comments, Concerns, Compliments
7.    Adjourn

Jim Duncan has been one of America’sleading urban planners for more than half a century.  In addition to serving as a consultant to over 300 public sector clients  more than 40 states, he managed planning and development programsfor Austin, Texas; Broward County, Florida; Hollywood, Florida; Miami-Dade County, Florida and Ventura County, California.  Jim has served as an advisor to two Florida Governors, co-wrote the nation’s first state impact fee enabling act and prepared one ofthe first comprehensive plans to incorporate “consistency andconcurrency.”  He co-authored the best-selling APA publication, “Growth Management Principles and Practices” and wrote the “PublicInfrastructure” chapter in the ICMA “Planner’s Greenbook.”   Jim has served as national president of the American Planning Association and as president of its Florida chapter.  He is also aFellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners, the highest honor of his profession.  Jim has a masters degree in regional and city planning from the University of Oklahoma and a
bachelors degree in journalism and political science from the University of Texas at Austin.  OU has honored him with both an Outstanding Alumni Award and a Regents Alumni Award, the University’s highest honor short of an honorary degree.

BNA Steering Committee Agenda for February

BNA Steering Committee Agenda for February

February 7, 2018
7:00 pm at the Lions Club (1103 Justin Lane)

1. Welcome

2. Additions to Agenda/Guests

3. Old Business
- Approval of Previous SC Minutes
- Code Next Update

4. New Business
- General Membership Meeting Agenda
- Newsletter Layout
- Violet Crown Festival sponsorship

5. Committee Reports
A. Transportation
B. Finance
C. Communication
D. Police
E. Zoning
G. Parks and Recs

6. Adjourn
BNA Steering Committee Agenda for January

January 3, 2018
7:00 pm at the Lions Club (1103 Justin Lane)

1. Welcome

2. Additions to Agenda/Guests
          A. Matt Harris – U.S. Congress TX-10 Candidate
          B. MHMR property on Woodrow, “La Paloma”
               Brigid Shea, County Commissioner
               Integral Care Staff representatives
              APD representatives
3. Old Business
-    Approval of Previous SC Minutes
-    Code Next

4. New Business
-    General Membership Meeting (Feb 22)
-     Newsletter Timeline
               Deadline for Articles to Diane
               Pass-off of Articles to DLB
                Distribution (MJ Wetherhead)

5. Committee Reports
A.  Transportation
B.  Finance
C.  Communication
D.  Police
E.  Zoning
F.   ANC 
G.  Parks and Recs

6.  Adjourn