OF WILLIAMSTOWN INFORMATION:
VT RT 14, P.O. Box 646
Williamstown, VT 05679
Election Day Is Tuesday November 4
Williamstown's polling place will once again be the Middle High School and polling hours will be 7am to 7pm.
Veterans Day Observance
A Veterans Day observance will be held November 11 at 5pm in the new Public Service Building on Meadow St. The short observance will be followed by refreshments and social time.
Members of the Veterans Memorial Park Committee will be present to talk to residents about the plans for the park. They will also explain how residents can honor their loved ones who served as part of the new monument to be installed next year. More information can be found here >>
Property Taxes Due
Tax bills for the 2013/2014 fiscal year were mailed on August 21,
2014. Tax payments are being accepted, in person or by mail, at the Town Clerk's office now through November 15, 2014. For more information see the Treasurer's page.
Raffle tickets are available now for a chance on a beautiful Civil War reproduction quilt made by Yvonne Isabelle and quilted by Alice Simpson of Williamstown. 200 tickets will be sold at $20 a ticket. Drawing will be Veterans' Day. Get yours from an Historical Society member or by calling Becky at 433-5451.
Williamstown Food Shelf Is Open
The Old Parsonage building on Construction Hill is the site for the town's food shelf. Hours are Saturdays 9-1.
Food and monetary donations always appreciated. We are looking for donations of sturdy shelving.
For more information or to volunteer contact Helen at 433-5453.
your Williamstown event to be listed here. See the full Community
Call Before You Burn
If you plan to burn brush or do other uncontained burning this is a reminder that you need to call Fire Warden Bryan Palmer before doing so at 433-1019.
Join Your Neighbors on Front
Williamstown has joined
The Front Porch Forum! Become part of the conversation! Find
out more about it and how to join - just click
Williamstown's Neighborhood Watch group is now active. Many neighbors attended and were joined by the Orange County Sheriff and Town officials. We are looking for more people to join in helping our community.
Minutes from the meeting can be found here on this site. The meetings to follow will be the 3rd Monday of each month at the Middle High School at 7:30pm.
following appointed positions with the
Town are currently open:
of Adjustment – Flood Plain
VT Revolving Loan Fund
If you are interested in
in any of these capacities send a letter of interest to the Town
Manager's office (address above) or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also get more information on the duties of any of
these through the Town Mangers office.
Williamstown History Book Available Now
revised 2012 edition of the Williamstown
My Own is now available at locations around town.
full update of the Historical Society's 1991 edition of the book
new content including many new
illustrations including maps,
photographs and drawings. Copies of the new
book are available at
Town Hall, The Ainsworth Library and several
property within the right of way of the VELCO transmission Lines?
A new brochure explains the rights of VELCO and property owners
concerning the lines.
You can read
it here >>
Ambulance is looking for NEW MEMBERS!
in a future in the medical field or just wanting to serve your
Jr. Program for 16-18 yr. old students. - All training paid for and
stipends for calls.
Flexible scheduling w/no minimum requirement.
Gordon Murray at 522-2510 or the Town Hall and leave your name and
Selectboard Meetings Online
We are now
able to stream video of the selectboard meetings thanks to
Central Vermont Television (CVTV). While not live streaming
we will post these within a few days of the meeting.
Follow the link below and choose Williamstown from the drop-down menu
on the CVTV page.
Watch the latest meeting View>>