Township of Admaston/Bromley
Updated: 5 years ago - Created: February 25th, 2012
The Township of Admaston/Bromley is a unique municipality situated approximately 100 km. west of Ottawa. The Township's major industry is agriculture - dairy, beef, cash crop, sheep, hogs and goats. A network of Municipal Drains has resulted in the most fertile and crop producing land in the Ottawa Valley. The scenic Bonnechere River, which is often used by canoeists, passes through the Municipality. The southern portion of the Township is rugged by nature with a number of ridges and hills providing opportunity for wood cutting, forestry and maple syrup production. The Township has its own library, numerous churches, schools and retail businesses including outlets for groceries, fuel, farm machinery, greenhouses and hunting and fishing requirements. Admaston/Bromley also possesses seasonal recreational facilities including many lakes, a tent and trailer park, a golf course, excellent hunting and fishing, outdoor rinks, skiing and access to groomed snowmobile trails.
County Council Member
Mayor Raye-Anne Briscoe was elected Mayor of Admaston/Bromley Township in the November 2000 election. As Mayor of Admaston/Bromley, Raye-Anne represents one of the largest agricultural areas in the County of Renfrew. Raye-Anne’s background as both an educator and lobbyist for agricultural agencies in Ottawa and Toronto has given her the experience to deal with a wide range of issues. Raye-Anne is committed to an open transparent government and restoring previous levels of financial commitment from both the federal and provincial governments. Raye-Anne is Chair of the County’s Finance & Administration Committee as well as serving on the Development & Property Committee. Raye-Anne and her husband John own a farm in Admaston/Bromley just outside of Renfrew and enjoy the rural life that her Township offers.
Elected Municipal Officials