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WHY SHOP LOCAL?

CONTRIBUTE TO THE HEALTH AND WEALTH OF YOUR COMMUNITY.
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Reasons you should love to shop local:

Healthier environment 
Independent, community-serving businesses typically consume less land, carry more locally-made products, locate closer to residents and create less traffic and air pollution.


Enhance local democracy
 
Local ownership of business means residents with roots in the community are involved in key development decisions that shape our lives and local environment.


Improve and enhance public services
 
Sales tax from local businesses provides a valuable source of tax revenue which is recirculated back into the local economy, providing better services for your community (public safety, parks & recreation, streets).


Create and provide jobs
 
Local retailers provide many jobs for the community.


Increase property values
 
Lively, vibrant neighborhood shopping streets are considered an advantage when selling a home; property values increase.

By choosing local and independent businesses for your shopping, dining, and other needs, you not only enjoy a more unique and personal experience, you are contributing to the health and wealth of your community.
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Build and strengthen your community

Local shops and businesses support many community events and charitable organizations, provide meeting places that bring neighbors together, and build community cohesiveness which helps give the neighborhood a unique identity.

Shape our character

Independent businesses help give your community its distinct personality.

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Do you have a business in Brentwood?
List your business and increase your exposure. Better in Brentwood is a project by the City of Brentwood, created to support local busniesses and showcase our beautiful city.

Brentwood is one of the fastest-growing cities in the nine-county Bay Area and offers a strategic location that connects: the SF Bay Area, Central Valley, Tri-Valley, and Sacramento Delta