Town of Bradley

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Welcome to the official web site of the Town of Bradley. This web-based gateway is an attempt to enhance the Town's ability to communicate with our citizens and visitors. Our governmental goal is to provide quality and responsive public service. This Internet site is an extension of this goal. We encourage you to explore the links to the left for up-to-date information on the latest action by the Town Council, Planning Board, New Community Events, Town News and much more. If you are interested in knowing what is going on in the Town of Bradley without leaving the convenience of your computer, there is link to join the E-Mail notification list. Remember Bradley is your Town, your Community and your Business.

We hope that residents and visitors will find this site comprehensive and helpful. We would be pleased to hear from you about ways in which it can provide more assistance to you. Your comments are important to the continued development of the web site. Enjoy your visit, and please come again. See you on line!


Notice is hereby given that the Municipal Officers of the Town of Bradley will hold a public hearing on May 5, 2015 at 6:15 p.m. at The Bradley Municipal Building 165B Main Rd Bradley to hear public comment on the following:

Municipal Budget 2015-2016

This Appendix is available at the Bradley Municipal Building or by visiting The Public in encouraged to attend and comment. Written comments will be accepted until 5 P.M. of the day of the hearing. Written comments should be mailed to the Bradley Municipal Building PO Box 517 Bradley Me 04411 or e-mailed to

Maine Forest and Logging Museum
This was an exciting day for our Lombard crew as we made our first steam run in snow. Many original restoration crew members helped, including Rod Stanhope, Ed Berry, Byron Aubrey, Mike White, Chuck Spalding, Joel Anderson, and Lew Crosby. The Bradley fire department brought an 11 HP portable pump and and ran 4" fire hose from Blackman Stream to our Lombard, quickly filling the boiler and saddle water tank. They were incredibly helpful and made this job look easy. The UM Woodsmen's Team split and loaded our firewood. Rod Stanhope brought his large tractor and built a snow road for us to get out of Machinery Hall. We amazingly still had 2 feet of snow in the parking lot and this proved a challenge for our Lombard. It easily powered through the heavy snow but steering required a true Lombard man. We all tried and agreed this was a challenge. This was a beautiful snowy day we will all remember. You can see a video and photos at the following links:

Maine Forest and Logging Museum Lombard Log Hauler Snow Run with Steam 4/5/15


Nomination papers for Town Council will be available starting March 26, 2015. Nomination papers may be picked up at the Bradley Municipal Building at 165B Main Street Bradley during regular business hours. Two (2) Town Council positions (3 year term) are open. Nomination papers must be returned to the Town Clerk’s office by May 5, 2015. The Municipal Election is scheduled for Tuesday, June 9, 2015. If you have any questions please contact the Municipal Building at 827-7725.

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