The Town of Clarendon, Vermont
Welcome to Clarendon!
Welcome to the official Town of Clarendon, Vermont website. where we keep residents and visitors up to date on town government and activities.
Here you will find town notices, meeting minutes, town forms and documents, and more.
Here is Clarendon’s Declaration of Inclusion that was adopted by the Select Board on May 23, 2022. Declaration of Inclusion
Town Notices and Announcements
August 9, 2022 Primary Clarendon Results
Teer Road will be closed from 6:30am - 2pm on Monday August 8 - Friday August 12, Monday August 15 - Friday August 19 and Monday August 22 - Friday August 26.
ATTENTION CLARENDON RESIDENTS: EFFECTIVE JULY 25 2022, there will be a speed limit reduction of 25mph on Middle Road near Bridge 14 (north of Alfrecha/Middle Rd intersection). The 25mph speed limit is in effect all hours of the day, for the duration of the construction project. Approximate end date is August 12, 2022. See details: Clarendon Berm Removal Project
By using the On Line Voter Registration (OLVR), you can register to vote. To register to vote: http://olvr.vermont.govBy using the My Voter Page (MVP), a registered voter can check mailing address, registration status, polling hours, get directions to a polling place, view a sample ballot, request and track an absentee ballot and more. Log in at MVP: http://mvp.vermont.gov
FIREWORKS PERMITTING PROCESS According to 20 V.S.A. §3132: Application for permits shall be made to the chief of the fire department, or in municipalities with no fire department, the select board, in writing, at least 15 days in advance of the date of the display. After the permit has been granted, sales, possessions, use, and distribution of fireworks for the display shall be lawful for that purpose only. No permit granted under this section shall be transferable. The Clarendon Fire Dept. no longer issues firework permits, the Select Board does. Please plan your firework displays accordingly, and note that the Select Board meets every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month. Thus, firework permit requests must be submitted to the Select Board’s Administrative Assistant 15 days prior to the date of the display, and in conjunction with when the Board meets, for them to approve the permits. Please fill out the required information on the permit and send it via email to Katie at...
Clarendon Dog Registrations were due Friday, April 1, 2022. All dogs six months of age must be licensed annually and a current rabies certificate must be provided at the time of licensing. The fees are now: Spayed Females and Neutered Males: $17.00; Females and Males Intact: $21.00. If you cannot come to the office, you may send the rabies certificate, a check payable to ‘Town of Clarendon’ and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: Clarendon Town Clerk, PO Box 30, Clarendon VT 05759. To remove the name of a previously licensed dog, please call 775-4274 ext. 1.
The Clarendon 2022 Annual Town report covering Fiscal Year July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. Town Report 2022
FY23 tax rates FY23 tax rates side by side
Clarendon Select Board is looking to appoint individuals for the following vacancies:
Recreation Committee 3 seats, 1 year term
Special Police Officer 1 seat, 1 year term
Tree Warden 1 seat, 1 year term
Planning Commission 2 seats, 4 year term
Zoning Board of Adjustment 1 seat, 2-year term
If you are interested in these positions, please contact the Select Board Admin by email email@example.com, phone (802) 747-4074 or mail to Clarendon Town Hall, PO Box 30, Clarendon VT 05759 attention “Clarendon Select Board.”
Here is a list of Clarendon’s House and Senate Representatives