Brookline Police Department 350 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 Headquartered in the Public Safety Building on Washington Street, the Brookline Police Department employs 136 police…More officers and 26 civilian staff members. In addition to its detective and patrol divisions, the department operates a number of community safety programs, including a youth risk program, citizens' police academy, rape defense training and the Community Emergency Response Team. Several services, including parking ticket payment, are available through the department's Web site. Daniel O'Leary currently serves as Brookline's chief of police.
Situated in the heart of Brookline Village, Brookline's six-story town hall is home to the majority of the town's…More offices and serves as a meeting place for its many boards, commissions and committees. The building was completely gutted and renovated in 2008.
Town Hall is home to the school, finance and public works departments, as well as the offices of the town clerk, town counsel, town administrator and Board of Selectmen. The police, fire and health departments are housed in adjacent buildings in Brookline Village.
Metered parking is available in a lot between Town Hall the Pierce School and on nearby streets, though spaces can be hard to find during evening meetings. Town Hall is a short walk from the Brookline Village Station on the T.
Public restrooms are located adjacent to the Treasurer's Office on the ground floor, or across from the elevators on all other floors.
High Street Veterans 220 High St, Brookline, MA02445 High Street Veterans is a state-funded housing development. It offers one, two, and three bedroom units in a…More three-story building as well as wheelchair-accessible ranch style units. It offers a community room, playground, computer learning center, and a police substation. The development is located within walking distance to parks, the Jamaica Pond, and Brookline Village.