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Community of Brackley

Welcome to the Rural Municipality of Brackley Council’s website.

Brackley is a small rural community, located at the north boundary of the City of Charlottetown in the Province of Prince Edward Island, Canada on route # 15 north.

The Community of Brackley was incorporated in 1983, and is home to 340 residents (2011 Census).

The Community is governed by an elected Council and Chair, and has both a part-time administrator and a development officer to deal with building permits and subdivision applications.

For community hall (Brackley Common’s) bookings please contact Pat Beer at 566-1471

The “Municipal Information” page contains information about the community, such as the Official Plan, Bylaws, Committees, Municipal Map and Zoning Map.

The “News and Events Calendar” page leads you to an activity calendar for the community. To submit events, email [email protected] or 902.368.8274. News stories can also be found in this section.

Please feel free to contact us with any concerns or questions at [email protected] or 902.368.8274

Upcoming Events

  • PUBLIC HEARING/OPEN HOUSE

    The Rural Municipality of Brackley is undergoing a major review of its Official Plan, General Land Use Plan, Zoning Map, and Zoning & Subdivision Control (Development) Bylaw in
    accordance with the Provincial Planning Act. As such, Brackley and Winsloe South residents, landowners and other interested parties are invited to attend a Public Hearing/Open House asan ...

  • Council Meeting

    The regular Municipality of Brackley Council meetings are scheduled for the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at the Commons

  • Women’s Institute Meetings

    2nd Saturday of each month at 10:00 am at Brackley Commons or Members home

News & Announcements

  • ACCLAIMED COUNCIL POSITIONS FOR THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF BRACKLEY

    Following extended nominations, public notice is hereby given to the electors of the Rural Municipality of Brackley that the following candidates have been elected for the term of office four (4) years terminating on the 6th day of the month that follows the 2022 general municipal election.