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Town of Barre Seal
149 Websterville Rd., P.O. Box 116, Websterville, Vermont, USA 05678
p:802.479.9331 (Town Manager) p: 802-479-9391 (Town Clerk-Treasurer)
f:802.479.9332 e:offices@barretown.org

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Welcome to the Town of Barre. Nestled deep within the Green Mountains of Central Vermont our small, but growing, community is home to approximately 7,600 residents. Officially chartered in 1781, the Town of Barre incorporates 5 separate villages and is known for its large granite quarries, panoramic mountain views, beautiful natural scenery, outstanding school, great residential neighborhoods, and many modern recreation facilities. As an integral part of the Barre-Montpelier urban area, our families enjoy all the conveniences of an urban area while residing in some of the state's most pristine, rural environments. Please feel free to visit our community anytime.

It's almost here! Soon the sap will be flowing and maple syrup season will be in full swing. Looks like this sugarhouse is ready.

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Click here to view the March 3, 2015 School Election results.

1. The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has commenced a public awareness campaign to address the issue of proper display and visibility of license plates. Fines could be issued if you are not in compliance. Click here for more information on "proper display and visibility."

2. Haven't received your State of Vermont tax booklet yet? The Town was informed that in 2014 (2013 tax year), The Tax Department printed 30,000 booklets and only 18,750 were returned. Fewer than 7,000 taxpayers used forms from the booklet to file their taxes. To eliminate waste it was decided to print only a limited number of booklets since the trend is to file online and to use the downloaded form from the state website. Click here to find out how to get a booklet/form or file online.

3. Town Reports are available at Lawson's Store, Graniteville General Store, Quarry Hill Quick Stop, Morgan's East Barre Market, Trow Hill Grocery, Brookside Country Store, Hannaford's and the Municipal Building.

4. The Wilson Depot Recycling Center is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

5. The lawn waste site will open about May 1. Volunteers could open and monitor the site two to three hours during the week. Many people enjoy the opportunity to use this free service during the week; perhaps you do. To learn more about this most appreciated volunteer opportunity contact the manager's office at crogers@barretown.org or call 479-9331.

6. The town is accepting applications for several summer jobs. To learn more about the jobs click here. The jobs include: 1) the full-time, seasonal cemetery sexton/recreation maintenance supervisor; 2) the full-time, seasonal cemetery laborer; 3) four summer help positions with the public works department; and 4) one summer help position with the cemetery and recreation divisions. T application period has been extended to April 1. Don't wait to apply.

 
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