Brooksville, Maine Welcomes You!
The Town is looking for parties interested in maintaining one or two available sections of Town Road during the 2022/2023 Winter season. Interested parties with questions regarding mileage, wages, and conditions please call the Town Office, 326-4518, after 9:00 AM on Mondays or Wednesdays, or email town.office@brooksvillemaine.
Interested parties are invited to meet with the Select Board on September 8, 2022 at 7:00 PM in the Town House, 1 Town House Rd.
A number of us met again on Tuesday, 7/26/22 to begin the process of qualifying Brooksville for participating in Maine’s new Community Resilience Partnership. Attached are minutes from Debbie Grimmig.
Towns that enroll are eligible to seek funding for energy-efficiency and climate-resilience projects (up to $50,000/town or up to $125,000 for up to five towns applying together.
Draft priority actions
The group that met on Tuesday, 7/26/22 used the Self-Evaluation tool to identify three priority actions that it recommends for future funding opportunities from the state and from other funding sources.
Conduct a vulnerability assessment to address the resilience of roads to high tides, storm surge and sea level rise.
Explore ways of providing food security (reliable abundance), including increased local food production, as climate change negatively affects non-local agriculture and food production.
Please send your comments on the attached document to both Allen Kratz (email@example.com) and Debbie Grimming dgrimmig@myfairpoint.
Please respond by Friday, 8/19/22.
- Allen Kratz, Debbie Grimmig and Parker Gassett
Service Provider Team
A list of Businesses and Activities
2021 Comprehensive Plan
Frequently asked questions
about Brooksville's Updated
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.
All dogs must be registered annually by December 31st
The 2021 licenses expire December 31, 2021. To avoid a$25 late fee please pay by December 31st.
THE PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING IS OPEN.
TREASURER – firstname.lastname@example.org
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER – email@example.com
PLUMBING INSPECTOR – firstname.lastname@example.org
LIBRARIAN – email@example.com
HARBORMASTER – firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRE DEPARTMENT -
CHIEF, Matt Dow 479-1911
EMERGENCIES - dial 911
FOR A BURN PERMIT
TOWN OF BROOKSVILLE
PO BOX 314
BROOKSVILLE, MAINE 04617
FIND US -
Brooksville Maine Town Office - on FaceBook
Brooksville's new dedicated 5-kilometer
Callahan Mine October 2021 Update
BLUE HILL/SURRY TRANSFER STATION
Effective June 1, 2021 the hours are changing as follows:
Open: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS
WE ACCEPT CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS.
Sedgwick Brooksville Town
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.
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