Other Municipal Resources
We provide a number of external resources, including links to legal resources, lists of Vermont villages and town names, legislative resources, and Geographic Information Science (GIS) mapping resources.
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Most Popular Questions
- Where can I find information about property taxes?
- Who are the members of Vermont's U.S. congressional delegation?
- Who are my state representatives?
- Where can I find tips on how to conduct a town meeting?
- I've just been appointed to my local planning commission. How can I find out more about my new role?
- What are the roles and functions of the justice of the peace?
Vermont Act 250 (1970) is a unique statute containing ten criteria, the purpose of which are to ensure that large-scale development projects go forward without burdening the environment, local services, and Vermont’s tax payers.
Take advantage of an A-to-Z index of municipal law—from topics such as abatement of taxes, posting of roads and property, hunting licenses, open meetings, and appointment of fire wardens, all the way to zoning permits.
This is not a test. This is merely a punch list of items town officials might use if they wanted to check to see whether things in town are up to snuff. Some of the items are not the law; they are simply recommendations based on experience.