Contact John Bradberry for Johns Creek City Council

Whether you want to volunteer, need a yard sign, or just want to speak with John, please use the form below to contact us immediately and we will respond asap.  Thank you!

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  • commented 2017-12-10 16:48:37 -0500
    Dear Mr. Bradberry,

    Congratulations on your win. As I drove around town today running errands, I saw about a dozen of your signs still up on Jones Bridge, Old Alabama, Nesbit Ferry, Kimball Bridge, and (especially) Haynes Bridge, whereas I saw only two signs from any other campaign. Please take down your political signs and help keep Johns Creek beautiful.


    Emily K.
  • commented 2017-11-02 16:43:42 -0400
    Recent mailer from you about Vicki Horton cites a website that I could not find with Google search— the truth
  • commented 2017-10-28 14:49:50 -0400
    Dear Mr. Bradberry:

    I am writing to you on behalf of many citizens of Johns Creek who have a strong interest in the arts as well as many other issues that face our city, state, nation and planet.

    By way of introduction, I have served on the Fulton County Arts Council, recently chaired the Johns Creek Visual and Performing Arts Center Task Force and currently serve on the Performing Arts Center Feasibility Study Review Committee. These positions are in addition to my primary position as Music Director of the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra.

    I have been a music professional in the Johns Creek community since 1988 and have a sense of the kind of community Johns Creek was, is and will be.

    It would be very helpful to more than 250 professionals in the arts, 2,000+ performers who serve an audience of 100,000+ in the greater Johns Creek community if you would kindly respond to the brief questionnaire below via response to this email.


    1. How long have you been a resident of Johns Creek?

    2. What is your primary occupation and current position?

    3. If you were already a member of JC City Council would you have voted in favor of the CVB proposal to spend up to $50,000 of hotel/motel tax revenue for a Performing Arts Center Feasibility Study?

    4. If Fulton County were to participate at some level in funding a multi-million-dollar cultural arts complex in Johns Creek, would you vote in favor of the City of Johns Creek also participating financially?

    5. Do you believe in performing and visual arts as a legitimate form of recreation?

    6. Would you agree that a well-planned visual and performing arts complex with more than 250 events per year would be a significant stimulus to the Johns Creek economy?

    7. The Johns Creek arts community is broad and deep with more than 50 arts organizations. Many of these organizations predate the city by more than ten years. If you had an opportunity to address 2,000 – 3,000 citizens who support the arts (and you do through this questionnaire), what would be your “convincing” statement to them to gain their vote on November 7?


    Thanks for your response. Best wishes for a positive outcome on election day!

    J. Wayne Baughman
  • commented 2017-10-26 17:29:37 -0400
    Where is my yard sign??? Requested it few days ago. Election is closing in…
  • commented 2017-10-26 17:29:36 -0400
    Where is my yard sign??? Requested it few days ago. Election is closing in…
  • commented 2017-10-26 17:29:34 -0400
    Where is my yard sign??? Requested it few days ago. Election is closing in…
  • commented 2017-10-26 17:29:32 -0400
    Where is my yard sign??? Requested it few days ago. Election is closing in…
  • commented 2017-10-24 15:17:56 -0400
    Have met John at several past JC City Council meetings. Would be glad to have his SIGN IN MY YARD.
  • commented 2017-10-16 17:28:46 -0400
    I support your position that JC is becoming a high density nightmare. If I had wanted to live in that environment I would have bought a home in Buckhead, etc.

    Your ad says you’ve been a JC resident for 20 years…yet JC as a formally incorporated community is only 11 years old. I believe a rephrasing of your sentence would make it more fitting. Some might read it and think you are fudging on the data.
  • commented 2017-10-11 11:34:27 -0400
    If you want to protect quality of life. Put an end to the political signs littering every corner of John Creek.
  • commented 2017-10-09 08:53:58 -0400
    Hello John,

    Thank you for taking the courage to serve the community.

    I have a question: Are you pro-choice or pro-life?

    Again thank you.
  • commented 2017-10-03 11:25:43 -0400
    John, my friend & neighbor, Mark Browning, suggested his support for you. His endorsement prompted me to contribute to your campaign.
  • commented 2017-08-21 19:34:06 -0400
    I’m a native of Sandy Springs who also retreated to what became Johns Creek! I am also an alumni of UGA. Reading about you was like reading about myself and I’d like to see you on the council – just a request…no roundabouts or J hooks.
  • commented 2017-08-17 16:38:51 -0400
    John, great to see you run for Post 3. Through the Preserve Johns Creek website and your personal involvement in city council meetings as well as numerous grass-roots citizen initiatives, you have a long track record as an advocate for the homeowners of Johns Creek. You don’t just say you’re against high density or major road thoroughfares cutting through our neighborhoods, you have proven it over time. Voters know exactly what they’re getting with you on the Council. Good luck with the campaign and I will be pulling for you.
  • commented 2017-08-17 15:38:43 -0400
    John – having seen you actively engaged with our Johns Creek City Council over several years, and recognizing the consistent personal investment you’ve made toward protecting the residential character of Johns Creek, I am sincerely excited by the prospect of your successful candidacy and election to our city council. Our current Post 3 representative has been ineffective in representing the true interests of Johns Creek residents, and we need to take this opportunity to send someone to replace the current occupant. Your track record gives me confidence that you will represent us well, and I hope that the rest of our voting residents will become familiar with the level of commitment you have ALREADY demonstrated! Best of luck, and know that my family and I will be voting for you this coming November!
  • commented 2017-08-17 15:06:41 -0400
    Good Afternoon John, my name is Joanne Barton I live in Medlock Bridge and am currently the Landscape, Trail and Lake committee chair. Anne Harriman our HOA Board President, and I, had a meeting this week with JC City manager Warren Hambacker and Tom Black regarding the ongoing issue we face in the subdivision regarding the JC Water Management System and our 2 detention ponds, which are part of it. We are currently looking at the 4th dredging of the main detention pond at a cost of 500k+, the majority of silt coming from outside of our neighborhood. This amount of money is all we can afford from our homeowner dues and will only take out approx. 1/3 of the silt build up to just keep the pond within the required limits.

    We met with them to see if we could receive any monies from the City to help offset this cost. This amount does not cover the $700-$900K amount needed to repair the other 60+yr old smaller pond because the dam is in dire need. Basically Warren told us we need to get the council to vote on raising a bond to help pay for these issues. Apparently JC has close to 100 subdivisions with detention ponds. Chris Coughlin has been working with us and he suggested we approach the candidates for the upcoming election to see if we can gain enough support from the council with this important issue we are facing city wide. We would be happy to meet with you in person to discuss, I await your response. Regards Joanne Barton.