According to Bradshaw, some of her fondest memories in office have to do with upgrades to the water system.
"One of the major accomplishments has been the two water towers," Bradshaw said. "(Also) The SCATA system, fire hydrants, some water lines as well, booster station and the valve turning machine, that's all really been major."
The water tower project, which will be completed in the near future, has been something Bradshaw has worked on the majority of her time in office.
"Actually at a point, not during my time as mayor, a company came in and checked the tower, and I was told that they estimated in approximately three years it could start springing leaks," Bradshaw said about how the water tower project began. "And I was asked do you just want to renovate it or what, and I said 'no.'"
Bradshaw said the next step was securing the grant for the water tower.
"In May of 2010 we received the grant of $2,222,872," Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw said another moment that stands out to her is how the community pulled together in the wake of Cpl. Gregory Stultz's death.
"The community really came together the day that they brought him home," Bradshaw said. "The streets were lined, and it was amazing,"
Looking to the future, Bradshaw said she is ready to transition into her role as council member and to work with the incoming mayor Brian Wyndham, and has already been meeting with him to help bring him up to speed.
"We've had some meetings," Bradshaw said. "I'm trying to help him as much as possible, and I'll help him in any way I can."
Bradshaw, who was the first female mayor of Brazil, said helping people is one of the most important aspects of holding the title.
"I helped everybody that I could help when they came to me," Bradshaw said. "If it was at all possible, they received help with whatever the problem was.
"I've always enjoyed helping people there's a lot to this job, and that's OK, but that's is what you're here for (to help people)."
Bradshaw said over the course of her time in office she had good relationships with the people she worked with.
"I do want to say that I had a good relationship with the council members, the board of works members, and of course everybody in the mix. We did fine, and that's what it takes," Bradshaw said. "You work together, and you go forward."
Bradshaw also said she was thankful for the support she had from the community.
"I want to thank them for their support through the years," Bradshaw said. "The people here are great, they really are."