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City Commission Candidates Respond to CBGS Questionnaire


The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space recently sent a list of questions to the candidates for the Brentwood City Commission. Click here to see their responses.

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CBGS Participates in Arbor Day Festivities



Children enjoy balloons provided by CBGS

The city of Brentwood’s Tree Board held its annual Arbor Day celebration on Saturday, March 28 at the Brentwood Library. The celebration featured activities, balloons for children handed out by CBGS, displays by tree-related vendors, hotdogs, free seedlings, and a visit from Brentwood Fire and Rescue.  At the celebration, Citizens for Brentwood Green Space had a display to answer questions from citizens about preserving green space and the current state of build out.  Alex Noble, a CBGS Board member, was also honored at the celebration.    more .

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Click on the Picture to See Video of Check Presentation



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Past Events and Activities

This page is currently under construction and will contain an archive of past events and activities of the Citizens for Brentwood Greenspace.  Please check back.


CBGS particpated in the 2012 Town Center Saturdays


Click on the Picture to See Video of Check Presentation


CBGS Presents Second Check Toward Smith Park
(Brentwood HomePage Article)

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Annual Tree Planting Dedicated to CBGS


Citizens for Brentwood Green Space at 2014 Arbor Day Festivities

The city of Brentwood’s Tree Board held its annual Arbor Day celebration 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 5 at the Brentwood Library. The celebration featured activities, displays by tree-related vendors, free hot dogs provided by Middle Tennessee Electric, free seedlings, guided tours of the library arboretum and a visit from Brentwood Fire and Rescue.  At the celebration, the Annual Tree Planting in Crockett Park was dedicated to the Citizens for Brentwood Green Space. More

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