1. Repaired Sidewalk

    Sidewalk Repair Request Form Now Available

    Our sidewalk project post sparked a lot of conversation! Here’s some info to our most frequently asked questions about sidewalk replacements: Read on...
  2. Crews Replacing a Sidewalk

    Crews Replace 1,600 Feet of Sidewalk

    You may have noticed some fresh new sidewalk segments around Bedford. Crews have been hard at work to replace 1,600 linear feet of concrete throughout the City for the last few weeks. Read on...
  3. Election Results Graphic

    City Unofficial Election Results

    The unofficial City of Bedford General Election Results are as follows: Read on...
  4. Person walking a dog on a leash

    Leash Law Reminder

    Animal Control has recently experienced an increase in calls about dogs roaming neighborhoods, dogs fighting with other dogs, and dogs being allowed to be off leash on walks. Read on...
  5. Bedford Fire Truck

    City Announces Fire Chief Finalists

    The City of Bedford has narrowed the search for its next Fire Chief to four finalists. The following applicants were selected from of a pool of 34 applicants and 10 states: Read on...
  6. Screenshot of an Online Utility Account

    New Online Water Billing Platform Sends Notifications to Customers

    Water Utility customers who pay their bill online may have received some confusing notifications recently. Read on...
  7. Water Meter Box Being Unlocked

    Water Meter Unlock Request Form Still Available to Residents

    Since the winter storms in February, Public Works crews have been able to unlock approximately 500 water meter boxes for residents. Read on...
  8. A heart-shaped collage of Bedford special events

    Council Approves In-Person Summer Special Events, Re-Imagining City’s Signature Event for 2022

    During the April 13 meeting, City Council members approved staff’s request for in-person summer events to begin May 3, with suggested COVID-19 precautions at each event. This means the official return of Read on...
  9. Storm Recovery Graphic

    City Council Waives Permit Fees to Aid in Storm Repairs

    The Bedford City Council approved a three-month permit fee waiver at the February 23 Council meeting for all residents and businesses needing to make repairs due to the recent winter storm. Read on...
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