Brentwood opens new 911 communication center
Brentwood recently opened a new, state-of-the-art 911 dispatch center at the Brentwood Police Headquarters. The city’s emergency communications district is primarily funded through a uniform statewide fee for all communication devices capable of contacting the 911 system. The city spent $1.5 million to relocate the emergency communications center to the police headquarters. The center is staffed 24/7 and handles all Brentwood Police and Fire Calls as well as works with Williamson County to handle medical calls both in and outside the city of Brentwood. The center is also a valuable tool in adverse weather events.