The Bradner Police Department is now hiring for the position of Part Time police officer. Academy cadets are welcome to apply, and upon successful completion of the OPOTA Police Academy and background process through the department, will be able to be employed.
For more information, please contact Chief Broshious at (419) 288-2222, or email Chief Broshious at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated: 07/29/2016
There are no current detours that will affect the Village of Bradner
**ROAD CLOSURE ALERT** From now until the end of July, construction crews will be working on portions of North Main Street, between Lightner Street and Church Street. Both northbound and southbound lanes will be closed during the day, and in the evening, the northbound lane will be open for both northbound and southbound traffic
The Village of Bradner will be following the State of Ohio laws regarding golf carts, (USV – under speed vehicle), on the roadway. The Bradner Police Department is offering the village residents the ability to make an appointment with us and we will inspect your golf cart for free. This will give you the ability to get a title, (if you don’t have one already), and then get license plates.
According to the State of Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (614-752-7671) the engine size does not matter, all vehicles similar to a golf cart are treated the same and any golf carts that are operated on a roadway must have license plates.
For more information or to schedule your free inspection, please contact the Bradner Police Department at (419) 288-2222.
If you receive a call stating that your utilities will be turned off if you do not verify your routing number and account number, HANG UP IMMEDIATELY! This is a scam.
These calls are not from the Village of Bradner. If you gave your information to the person on the phone, please contact the Bradner Police Department at (419) 288-2222.