Bedford City Hall is located in a former Federalist style private home that was built in 1850. The
Mayor's Office has called it home since 1904, making it one of the oldest continuously
located city halls in Indiana. The ancient building houses the office of Sam Craig. Sam is Bedford's 24th Mayor.
The City Clerk-Treasurer and her staff occupy the back portion of the building.
The Police Department’s Office Manager, Public Relations and Community Development Office, and Planning and Zoning Office are upstairs at this historic structure that is located at 1102 Sixteenth
Street. City of Bedford City Hall is open from 8 AM until 4 PM ET, Monday through Friday.
The Mayor's Office is staffed by Debbi Andry. Debbi is
the Mayor's Assistant and Office Manager.
As the center of the city’s day-to-day operations, the office coordinates the activities
of the various city departments, engages in short and long-range planning, works
closely with groups and agencies concerned with municipal and social progress, and
fields countless daily contacts with the general public.