Tony’s Family Restaurant Is Back!

The newly relaunched Tony’s Family Restaurant is back!  The popular diner has re-opened on the 8900 block of Ogden, across the street from CVS and A to Z Pediatrics, serving classic American comfort food, in a beautifully refurbished space.  The successful business has opted to stay in Brookfield while expanding operations – expanding into a […]

Yard waste pick up begins April 1st

Spring is here! Beginning Monday, April 1st, Groot will begin picking up yard waste again. All yard waste must be in a kraft paper bag or a container marked “Yard Waste”. Free stickers are available at the Village Hall to mark your cans. Please be certain containers are not excessively heavy. Yard waste includes leaves, […]

Bike Brookfield Is Coming May 18!

With the winter finally winding down, it’s not too early to start planning for BIKE BROOKFIELD!  The 4th annual bike event will once again feature 3 activities: Kids bike rodeo Kids ride (no tricycles please – just 2 wheelers) 10K community ride Also once again, the first 350 registrants will get a free item (in […]

Brook Park School Fundraiser on Tap

Brook Park Elementary School is excited to share the progress of our Playground Project! You can support this project by donating to the Walk-a-Thon in May or by becoming a sponsor or player at the 2nd Annual BPC Golf outing on June 23rd at Ruffled Feathers. Please visit the Brook Park Council’s Facebook page to […]

Village Welcomes New Business to Downtown

Brookfield is now home to a new business, the Painted Studio, which has opened in the downtown shopping district on 3744 Grand Boulevard.  Owner Morey Curtis Dunbar sponsored a grand opening on March 23, with free workshops and tours of her store, preceded by an open house on March 22.  Dunbard intends to offer a […]

Project NICE Set for Saturday, April 27

Project NICE is coming!  Come be a part of one of the largest community events of the year. Each year over 300 volunteers come together in order to clean up parks, plant flowers, mulch trees, pick up trash, conserve natural resources and beautify our public spaces. All of which makes Brookfield a better place to […]