Town of Bradley

WELCOME! To the Town of Bradley Website!

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!


Interested Citizen Workshop

Wednesday March 11, 2015 at 6:30 pm
Bradley Municipal Building
165B Main Street

Volunteers play a critical role in local government. As a Bradley resident have you considered becoming more involved in participating and shaping the community? This workshop will explain the roles and importance of both the Planning Board and Board of Appeals, if time permits there will also be a discussion regarding the role of Town Council.


Any item placed within the Town’s right of way is at the owner’s risk. Any item such as mailboxes, landscaping, land markers, basketball hoops need to be placed as far as possible off the roadway and right of way. Generally the Town’s right of way is 25’ from the centerline of any road.

Maine State Statute (29-A MRSA § 2396), states that it is unlawful to place in the Town’s right of way any snow or slush that has not accumulated there naturally. Violations of this type are enforceable by the State Police and or County Sheriff’s and prosecution is handled by the District Attorney. In addition Maine State Statute (23 MRSA §§ 3252 and 3253) makes it a civil violation to obstruct the flow of water in ditches or drains along the public ways. This civil violation is punishable by a fine of up to $500, up to three months imprisonment or both. Therefore it is very important when plowing and performing spring and fall clean up, to keep the clean up on your property.

Online Services

Re-Register Boats

Register Dogs
October 15-January 31

Re-Register Vehicles & Trailers

Pay Real Estate Taxes

Fire Permits


We do accpet credit and debit cards over the phone, mail or in person for any type of transactions.
The vendor charges a 2 1/2% service charge that will be applied to your total transaction.