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Brooksville, Maine Welcomes You!



Brooksville Maine is a small coastal town with a laid-back community

lifestyle and diverse industries from fishing to plumbing to computer 

graphics and marketing.

We hope you will enjoy our  website!  



NOTICE

Brooksville Residents

 

On January 3, 2023. the Budget and Advisory Committee will begin meeting to discuss the 2023 Town Budget and Warrant Articles.

 

Tuesdays - Jan. 3rd, 10th, and 17th.

Thursdays - Jan 5th, 12, and 19th (if necessary) 

 

Meetings start at 6:30pm, and are held at the Town House, 1 Town House Rd. 

 

All persons, groups or committees wishing to meet with board please call Gayle at 326-4518 or email –

town.office@brooksvillemaine.org  on or before January 4, 2023 to schedule a date and time.

 


Hello Brooksville,

 

Just a couple of reminders,  Watch your step, salt the walk ways well and remember everyone is feeling a bit cut off and isolated.  It is important to keep in touch, especially at this time of year. Let's try to make a quick call to a friend,  to the elderly neighbor down the road, or to the someone whose name just popped into your head! Hearing a friendly voice may make the difference between coping and despair. 

 

 

Pet food drive – 2022 Reboot

 

Remember, a couple of years ago, you were there when we asked for your help in making dog and cat food available for your neighbors in need. 

 

We know that sometimes the only one to talk to is the cat or the dog… In my house they often are the only ones who seem to listen πŸ™‚ β€¦ Pets hold an important place in our lives, our hearts, our homes.  They make our lives better and our hearts smile.

 

We hate hearing β€œI’m going to give my cat up, everything is just so expensive.”  We know this is happening in our community, so once again we are asking ….

 

…If you are able and would like to help us, drop a small bag of dog or cat food off at the Town House.  You can leave it in the service window or on the front porch.  We will be accepting food until the 22nd

 

Then....

 

...the following week(s) folks can come to the porch and pick up a bag to take home to their favorite furry friend and confidant!

 

Together we can make sure none of our neighbors have to ask if they can hold on to their dog or cat this year!  It is not really about the time of year, it's about being there for our community, it's about being Brooksville!

 

As always - be safe, stay well and be kind to one another!


 

Brooksville is supporting our local fishermen. If you are a Brooksville fisherman, please bring your buoy to the Town Office for display.


Brooksville Elementary School 2022-2023 Calendar



Select Board Schedule 


Meetings come to order at 9:00 AM and adjourn at 11:30 on Wednesdays.   If you would like to talk
 with the Board, you can call to: be added to the schedule or  check availability on any particular 
Wednesday.

 



         A list of Businesses and Activities


 in town.




2021 Comprehensive Plan



Frequently asked questions


 about Brooksville's Updated


 Comprehensive Plan





2021 Brooksville Annual Town Report 


BROWNTAIL MOTH INFORMATION

February is browntail moth awareness month in Maine, primarily because it is becoming more of a health hazard in Maine and now is an easy time to identify and remove browntail moth caterpillar tents, before they emerge and become active. There are several resources available for us to learn about their life cycle and how best to minimize their impact. They are listed below, plus an invitation to attend a Maine Forest Service workshop in Deer Isle on February 19th. Let’s work together to keep the browntail moth out of Brooksville. If you have an infestation this summer, let the town know where it is.

COVID TEST KITS



Please see link below in order to receive 4 free at home


covid tests kits per residential address. Very easy to


 sign up and they’ll ship directly to your house.


 

https://special.usps.com/testkits



2023 DOG LICENSES are available.

All dogs must be registered annually by December 31st

 

The 2022 licenses expire December 31, 2022.  To avoid a$25 late fee please pay by December 31st.  




 

THE PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING IS OPEN.


 

Hours are:

Monday

Wednesday

Thursday Evening

Saturday Morning

 

Library

9-5

9-5

6-8

9-12 Noon

Phone: 326-4560

Selectmen Office

9-2

9-2

 

 

Phone: 326-4518

Tax Collector

9-2

9-2

6-8

 

 

Town Clerk

9-2

9-2

6-8

 

 

 

Selectmen Available

 

9-11:30

Bi-weekly 7PM 



The Tax Collector and Town Clerk ask that you have all necessary paperwork with you when you arrive. If you have any questions you can call 326-4518,  OR for your convenience you can continue to email information and requests prior to your visit.  That way they will be able to have everything ready for you when you arrive!

Phone 207-326-4518
Fax 207-326-8039
 tax.collector@brooksvillemaine.org    Yvonne Redman - for tax,auto and boat concerns
 town.clerk@brooksvillemaine.org       Amber Bakeman - for hunting, fishing or marriage licenses, as well as voter questions.
 town.office@brooksvillemaine.org     Gayle Clifford - for general information or to schedule meetings with the Selectmen.

TREASURER – treasurer@brooksvillemaine.org
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER – jdevlin04617@gmail.com 
PLUMBING INSPECTOR – johnhgray42@gmail.com 
LIBRARIAN – brook@brooksvillelibrary.org 
HARBORMASTER – harbormaster@brooksvillemaine.org 
FIRE DEPARTMENT -
CHIEF, Matt Dow 479-1911
EMERGENCIES - dial   911
FOR A BURN PERMIT
 http://www13.informe.org/burnpermit/public/index.htmlt 


  Mailing address:

TOWN OF BROOKSVILLE

PO BOX 314

BROOKSVILLE, MAINE 04617 

FIND US -

Brooksville Maine Town Office - on FaceBook


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Selectmen's Office
Town of Brooksville
PO Box 314
Brooksville, Maine 04617
207-326-4518

  

 Brooksville's new dedicated 5-kilometer


 (3.2 mile) Exercise Loop
 
Walk, run, or bike

           This route travels over some of Brooksville's less-trafficked roads on relatively flat terrain.   
             The loop starts on South Wharf Road, continues on Henry Point Road, Wharf Road, Parsonage Road and finishes on Coastal Road.  Roadside signs and maps will define the loop
  
            




BLUE HILL/SURRY TRANSFER STATION


207-374-5458


Effective June 1, 2021  the hours are changing as follows:


Open: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.



CLOSED ON SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS


 AND HOLIDAYS 




WE ACCEPT CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS.








Sedgwick Brooksville Town


Landing Committee



Walker Pond Meeting

meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month

 at 9:00 am at the Brooksville Town House.



The Harbor Committee

meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm, at

 the Public Service Building . 

Mark Shaughnessy, Chairman

Debrae Bishop, Harbormaster 207-664-4885


Email Address    harbormaster@brooksvillemaine.org






CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S HOURS

The CEO will be in on Wednesdays, between the hours of 9 a.m

 and 12 p.m.




Directions to the Walkers Pond Landing 

(Sedgwick Brooksville Town Landing)


From Coastal Road ME175 in Brooksville turn right onto Caterpillar

Hill Road, ME15/ME 175, go 1.4 miles, turn right onto Cooper Farm Road (*just past a scenic turnout, the Cooper Farm Road is the 1st

 road  on right after turnout).  Almost .2 miles on the Cooper Farm

 Road,  on the right, is the Walkers Pond Road.  The Walkers Pond Road

 is a mile long dirt road.  Speed limit on this road is 15 mph.  At the end

 of this road is the Sedgwick Brooksville Town  Landing.

 






HELP US FIND YOU IN AN EMERGENCY!

House number signs, green & white $10.00 each
to order call 326-4904

Leave your name, phone number & address.

We will gladly make them up for you.


Thank you for your help.


THE BROOKSVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT