Welcome to the Brentwood Library Foundation!

The Brentwood Library moved to its new location, 104 Oak Street on September 29, 2018.
The Mission of the Brentwood Library Foundation is to support the construction of a new library, through advocacy, fundraising, and by building relationships with others who share a passion for the Library’s work. In October 2015, the Brentwood City Council voted to fund the construction of a new library at 104 Oak Street where the library was at the time. The City will finance the 20,000 square foot building for $12.2 million. As a nonprofit public benefit corporation, we are dedicated to raising funds to augment the interior furnishings, technology and collections. We believe that having access to a state-of-the-art library will bring untold benefits to Brentwood and the area at large, and is an investment in the future of the community.

"I see today's library as a community gathering place. Where else can you bring together a wide variety of people to participate in programs, share ideas, learn new things and connect with one another? The library is the perfect setting in which to build communities and foster a love of reading, learning and understanding one another."
                     - Liz Fuller, Brentwood Community Library Manager

Please explore our website and learn what we do and how you can help us support the Brentwood Library.  

Updated: December 13, 2018