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Brentwood Police Activities League (P.A.L.)                                     Passports Available in Brentwood
The Brentwood Police Activities League (P.A.L.) is an after school              In December, the Brentwood City Clerk’s Office received the U.S
activities program for Brentwood community youth. The P.A.L.                    State Department’s stamp of approval to process U.S. Passports.
program is geared for students in grades 5 through 8. The goal of the           The City currently has four employees who are certified and trained
Brentwood Police Activities League is to build a bond between cops              to process applications. Since beginning this new service in
and kids. This is accomplished by using Police Officers as active               February, the City Clerk’s Office has handled over 130 passport
participants in our programs. The program offers a wide variety of              applications.
activities targeted at building strong social, behavioral, and leadership
skills.                                                                         To apply for a passport you must appear in person and have the
                                                                                following documents:
Activities currently offered by P.A.L. include homework assistance,                  · Proof of U.S. citizenship
board and table games, arts and crafts, sign language classes and a                  · Two identical passport photos
variety of sporting activities, including the girls’ soccer team and the             · Proof of identity
increasingly popular Cardio-Kick Boxing. We have also begun
practices for our wrestling team. P.A.L. often takes the youth on               Application fees, payable to U.S. Passport Services, are $45 for ages
special field trips. Some of our recent outings include trips to the            16 and older, and $25 for those under 16. In addition to the
snow, camping and San Jose Sharks games. Local field trips include              application fee, there is a $15 execution fee, payable to the City of
our monthly Rock-N-Bowl, visits to the Brentwood City Pool and the              Brentwood, for each application processed. It takes about 25
Prewett Water Park in Antioch.                                                  business days to receive a routine passport.

Brentwood P.A.L. meets:                                                         The City Clerk’s Office accepts applications Monday through Friday
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday            2:50 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.                    from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; the City Clerk’s Office is located at City
Edna Hill School                                                                Hall, 708 Third Street, Brentwood.
Tuesday, Friday                        3:05 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Bristow School                                                                  Recorded information is available by calling (925) 516-5194 or by
                                                                                logging on the City’s website at Applicants
By operating in the hours directly after school, Brentwood                      can even download an application form from the website.
P.A.L. expects to help more youth avoid the
pressures of being left home alone or on the
streets while their families are away or working.
These hours are the times when youth are most
likely to be either involved in, or victims of crime.
If you need more information on this program,
please call 516-5207.

City Website Sports a New Look
As of the first of the year, the City of Brentwood has changed the look and contents of its website. The goal is to provide the user with as
much information as we can about Brentwood. Although, this is an ongoing process, the current site already contains a wealth of informa-

From the homepage (, you can look up the Municipal Code, get passport information, look up the city depart-
ments, phone numbers, contact us using e-mail, and much more. By clicking on the Table of Contents, you can get an overview of the entire
website. This is a good place to start if you are having a hard time finding what you’re looking for, or you can always use the Search feature of
the website. The City Department pages were developed to reflect the City’s organizational chart. We felt this was the best way to navigate
through the maze of web pages.

Donna Grilli, a Los Medanos student, who is completing an internship with the City, has been instrumental in the development of the City’s
website. Donna continues to update, make changes and corrections on a daily basis. We welcome your suggestions or comments. You can
e-mail them to us at

We are currently working on the Economic GIS for the web. This will allow Internet users to obtain information on parcels, locations, and
photos of businesses in Brentwood. The City is committed to using the Internet to allow Brentwood citizens and visitors the ability to access
a variety of information concerning the City.


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