News and Updates

City of Brookland will accept sealed bids for set up, repair, asphalt overlay on the following streets: West Stevens Street over lay 105, 600 sq ft, repair and overlay 1 ½” compacted asphalt.  School Street West HWY49, 91,420 sq ft, repair and overlay 1 ½” compacted asphalt, South Oak Street 30,500 sq ft, between Stevens St. and Brookland St repair and overlay 1 ½” compacted asphalt. Brady Lane 27,940 sq ft, set up and overlay 2” compacted asphalt. Keith Lane 11,220 sq ft, Nelda lane 27,940 sq ft, Manley Lane 11,660 sq ft, set up road and overlay 1 ½” compacted asphalt.  Bids shall be submitted as a cost per street price for materials and installation.  Sealed Bids will be accepted at Brookland City Hall until 2:00 pm on Friday, May 20, 2022, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud.   The owner reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids... 
May 06, 2022

Brookland city offices will be closed Monday, May 30, in observance for Memorial Day.

Dedman's Sanitation will run their normal trash routes that week.

Brookland Utilities customers wishing to make payments during this time are encouraged to use one of the following options.

  1. Leave payment in drop box @ drive through window.
  2. Pay online at
  3. Pay by phone (844)293-9814

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From the Mayor

Welcome to the City of Brookland! Since the building of the railroad in 1882, the Brookland community continues to grow and thrive. Our agricultural background coupled with an award winning school system and more recently being centrally located between two large medical facilities, puts our town in the spot light to attract families who want to live in an area with that "small town feel" where everyone still takes time to visit at the post office and wave as neighbors pass by. As your Mayor, I am committed to make sure that everything possible is being done to provide customer service to our residents and patrons.

-Mayor Kenneth D. Jones

In the City of Brookland, the Mayor has numerous duties. Managing everyday activities of city employees is the main responsibility of the Mayor.

The Mayor also keeps the city financially secure, and ensures that essential city services are maintained to a level that provides a good infrastructure as well as emergency assistance to our citizens. Brookland is a first class city, with a population of 4,064. The city government consists of the Mayor and six city council members, with 2 being elected from each of the 3 wards. The Mayor generates the City Council agenda and presides over its monthly meetings.

In addition to his administrative duties, the Mayor is our official representative. He spends time working with other local, state and federal officials representing the needs of the Brookland community and gaining support for various improvement projects.

Activities & Events

May 2022
May 30 12:01 AM
City offices closed for Memorial Day Holiday
June 01 12:00 PM
Noon deadline for Planning Commission agenda
June 07 07:00 PM
Planning Commission Meeting