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149 Websterville Rd., P.O. Box 116, Websterville, Vermont, USA 05678
p:802.479.9331 (Town Manager) p: 802-479-9391 (Town Clerk-Treasurer)

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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.

Steam is flowing from the sugar houses. A good sign that spring is just around the corner!
PUBLIC SAFETY AUTHORITY STUDY COMMITTEE - To review the various documents submitted to the Barre Town Selectboard over the past few years please click here.

Warnings are available for the Open Town Meeting, Wednesday, May 7, 2014 and Voting by Australian ballot on May 13, 2014. Click on the dates to view the warnings. To view the May 13, 2014 sample ballot click here.

1. There are openings in two summer job positions. The DPW is looking for one more person to work mid-May to late August. The Recreation Division has an opening in the laborer position. The work period for this job is late April to the end of October. An application form is available by clicking on Permits and Forms; scroll down to Town Manager and click Application Form. Applications will be reviewed as received. If interested, act soon.

2. The Town of Barre ordinances require homes to have a house number. Our Police, Fire, and Ambulance Departments ask that homeowners be sure their house number is posted where it can be seen easily and clearly from the street or road. For residents in rural areas this probably means posting the number at the end fo the driveway. Numbers should be displayed to be seen day or night, winter, spring, summer, or fall. To help residents mark their property the Town is offering house numbers for $10. These highly reflective green background and white numbers are placed on an aluminum sign blank. Click here to obtain an order form.

3. The Recreation Board is offering tennis lessons for students (entering grades 4 -12) and for adults this summer. Lessons will be taught by Spaulding High School girls tennis coach Kelly Cleveland. Click here for the "Registration and Waiver Consent" forms. It states the dates, times, and cost of lessons. Please fill out the forms and take them to the Barre Town Recreation Area tennis courts Thursday, May 22 or 29, 2014 between 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.....rain or shine! If you absolutely can not go to a registration session mail the form to the Town Office at the address shown above.

4. The tennis courts are ready for play. The park road is wet and muddy, park in the school parking lot and walk-in. Boots would be advisable.

5. The new hours at the Wilson Recycling Depot are Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

6. Several town officials and hundreds of town residents are using Front Porch Forum. All town residents can use the free service. Visit to sign up or to learn more about the service.


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