Night Work

TOWN OF BRIDGTON
PUBLIC NOTICE

Due to the weather the NIGHT WORK originally planned by Sargent Corporation, at the intersection of Main Street/South High Street, Bridgton has been postponed from Tuesday, July 5, 2022 and will now begin at midnight Wednesday, July 6, 2022 through the day on Thursday, July 7, 2022.    Flaggers will be at the intersection during the work and traffic will be restricted to one lane.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

 

 

Senior Tax Assistance Program Information

Senior Tax Assistance Program

Applications are now being accepted by the Town of Bridgton for the Senior Tax Assistance Program. This program was approved at Town Meeting on June 14, 2022. Applications must be submitted by August 1, 2022, for review. A copy of the ordinance, an informational flyer, and the application are below.

Appointments will be scheduled with each applicant on Monday, August 15, 2022, to discuss eligibility. Please call the Town Office at 207-647-8786 and ask for the Senior Tax Program or send an email request to taxrelief@bridgtonmaine.org

Senior Tax Assistance Ordinance

Informational Flyer

Application

Office Closure Notice – 6/23/22

The Municipal Office, Public Works, and Transfer station will be closed from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 23rd, for our annual staff wellness luncheon.

We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to seeing you after our luncheon.

Town Hall Gym Closure Notice

TOWN HALL GYM CLOSURE

The Town Hall Gym will be closed for the following dates:

May 23-25, 2022 – MSAD # 61 Budget Validation (School Vote May 24th 8A-8P)

May 26 to June 5, 2022 – Floor Refinishing

June 13-15, 2022 – Town of Bridgton Annual Town Meeting

* June 14, 2022 – Elections / Referendum Ballot (8:00AM – 8:00PM)

* June 15, 2022 – In Person Town Meeting (Action On Articles 7 through 31 7:00PM)

June 16 to August 16 – Summer Enrichment Program

*Town Hall Available after 6:00PM and Weekends*

The Town Hall Gym will reopen August 17, 2022 for normal weekly scheduled programming.

 

Camp Woodlands Subdivision Public Hearing-June 7, 2022

Town of Bridgton

The Planning Board for the Town of Bridgton will hold a Public Hearing at 5:00 P.M. on June 7, 2022, to hear public comment(s) on Camp Woodlands Subdivision application located on Bridgton tax Map 6 Lot 5D.

Proposed application can be reviewed by request to Lphillips@bridgtonmaine.org or at the Town Office by appointment.

Please direct any questions to Brenda Day, Code Enforcement Officer. bday@bridgtonmaine.org or 207-803-9963

Nouria Energy, LLC Public Hearing Continuation -June 7, 2022

Town of Bridgton

The Planning Board for the Town of Bridgton will hold a continued Public Hearing at 5:00 P.M. on June 7, 2022, to hear public comment(s) on Nouria Energy, LLC application located on Bridgton tax map 5 Lot 85-1 & 85-2.

Proposed application can be reviewed by request to Lphillips@bridgtonmaine.org or at the Town Office by appointment.

Please direct any questions to Brenda Day, Code Enforcement Officer. bday@bridgtonmaine.org or 207-803-9963

Absentee Ballots – Now Available 05/24 & 06/14 Elections

May 24, 2022 Election

ABSENTEE BALLOTS ARE AVAILABLE

MSAD 61 Sample Ballot Budget click here
MSAD 61 Sample Ballot Referendum click here

May 24, 2022 Warrant and Notice of Election Calling Maine School Administrative District No. 61 Budget Validation Referendum click here

May 24, 2022 Warrant and Notice of Election Calling Maine School Administrative District No. 61 Referendum click here

 

June 14, 2022 Election

State of Maine Online Absentee Ballot Request Service click here

ABSENTEE BALLOTS ARE AVAILABLE

State of Maine Republican Primary Election Sample Ballot click here
State of Maine Democratic Primary Election Sample Ballot click here
Town of Bridgton Municipal Sample Ballot click here

Town of Bridgton Annual Town Meeting Warrant; Tuesday, June 14 and Wednesday, June 15 click here

Municipal Officers’ Notice of Public Hearing on Secret Ballot Referendum
The Municipal Officers of the Town of Bridgton will hold a Public Hearing at 5:30 P.M. on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at the Municipal Building located at 3 Chase Street, in Bridgton to hear public comment on the following questions that will be presented to the voters via referendum ballot on June 14, 2022:

Question 1.  Shall an ordinance entitled, “Town of Bridgton Senior Tax Assistance Ordinance,” be enacted?  (Note:  Copies of the text of this ordinance are available from the Town Clerk.)  Board of Selectmen Recommend a YES vote. click here

Question 2.  Shall an ordinance entitled “Town of Bridgton Ordinance Establishing a Moratorium on Commercial Solar Energy Facilities,” be enacted?  (Note:  Copies of the text of this ordinance are available from the Town Clerk.)  Board of Selectmen Recommend a YES vote. click here

Question 3.  Shall an ordinance entitled, “Amendments to Bridgton Land Use Code and Official Shoreland Zoning Maps to Correct Errors and Add a Limited Commercial (LC) Shoreland Zoning District,” be enacted?  (Note: A “Yes” vote will enact the ordinance entitled, “Amendments to Bridgton Land Use Code and Official Shoreland Zoning Maps to Correct Errors and Add a Limited Commercial (LC) Shoreland Zoning District,” and will change the zoning of some properties or portions of certain properties from the Limited Residential (LR) shoreland zoning district to the Limited Commercial (LC) shoreland zoning district.  Copies of the text of the ordinance, including the current and proposed Official Shoreland Zoning Maps, are available from the Town Clerk.)  Board of Selectmen Recommend a YES vote. click here

Question 4.  Do you favor voting on all business to be transacted at future annual town meetings by secret ballot election rather than traditional in-person town meeting? (Note: This is a non-binding advisory question.)

 

Overnight Construction Work – May 8th – May 12th

Overnight Construction Notice

Beginning Sunday, May 8th through Thursday, May 12th, Sargent will be performing overnight construction (7:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.)  for the installation of sewer crossings across Route 302 near Sandy Creek Road, Willet Road and France Bell Drive. There will be not detours in place, but traffic will be reduce to one way traffic in the construction area.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Municipal Officers’ Notice of Public Hearing on Secret Ballot Referendum

The Municipal Officers of the Town of Bridgton will hold a Public Hearing at 5:30 P.M. on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at the Municipal Building located at 3 Chase Street, in Bridgton to hear public comment on the following questions that will be presented to the voters via referendum ballot on June 14, 2022:

Question 1.  Shall an ordinance entitled, “Town of Bridgton Senior Tax Assistance Ordinance,” be enacted?  (Note:  Copies of the text of this ordinance are available from the Town Clerk.)  Board of Selectmen Recommend a YES vote. click here

Question 2.  Shall an ordinance entitled “Town of Bridgton Ordinance Establishing a Moratorium on Commercial Solar Energy Facilities,” be enacted?  (Note:  Copies of the text of this ordinance are available from the Town Clerk.)  Board of Selectmen Recommend a YES vote. click here

Question 3.  Shall an ordinance entitled, “Amendments to Bridgton Land Use Code and Official Shoreland Zoning Maps to Correct Errors and Add a Limited Commercial (LC) Shoreland Zoning District,” be enacted?  (Note: A “Yes” vote will enact the ordinance entitled, “Amendments to Bridgton Land Use Code and Official Shoreland Zoning Maps to Correct Errors and Add a Limited Commercial (LC) Shoreland Zoning District,” and will change the zoning of some properties or portions of certain properties from the Limited Residential (LR) shoreland zoning district to the Limited Commercial (LC) shoreland zoning district.  Copies of the text of the ordinance, including the current and proposed Official Shoreland Zoning Maps, are available from the Town Clerk.)  Board of Selectmen Recommend a YES vote. click here

Question 4.  Do you favor voting on all business to be transacted at future annual town meetings by secret ballot election rather than traditional in-person town meeting? (Note: This is a non-binding advisory question.)