Town of Clarendon Vermont
Welcome to our improved website. Here you will find most of the information pertaining to the town of Clarendon Vermont. We are still in the process of getting things online and ready so please excuse anything that may not be functioning properly yet. We are working hard to improve our online presence and bring you the information you need easier.
Clarendon town meeting day results
Results are posted at the Town Clerks office or call 775-4274
Town budget passed 339 - 153
School budget passed 705 - 565
Town Clerk - Gloria Menard 325 Nichole Peterson 153
Treasurer - Heidi Congdon 192 Rebecca Mandalore 297
Delinquent Tax Collector - Tammy Hogenauer 294 Alyssa Williams 181
Lister - George Ambrose 262 Sandra Weindell 210
Road Commissioner - Daryl Tripp 354 Burt Austin 126
Town of Clarendon Notice
The Town of Clarendon Board of Selectmen is seeking an individual who would be interested in appointment to the office of Health Officer for the Town of Clarendon. If interested in appointment to this position please send a letter of interest to the: Clarendon Board of Selectmen PO Box 30 Clarendon VT 05759. Questions about this appointment should be directed to the Administrative Assistant at 802-747-4074.
Town of Clarendon Notice
Clarendon's Select Board is seeking volunteers to assist with updating the town's Hazard Mitigation Plan. Town Officers - I.E. Select Board members, Town Clerk, Planning Commisision members and Road Commissioner are being requested to participate. If interested in volunteering please contact any Select Board member or the Administrative Assistant at the Clarendon Town Office at (802) 747-4074.
Snowplowing onto roadways
Depositing snow by blowing or plowing onto the traveled way, shoulder or sidewalk of a class 1, 2 or 3 town highway violates the Vermont Statutes Annotated Title 19, Section 1105 and Title 23, Section 1126a. Depositing snow onto any highway results in increased maintenance costs and may result in a highway accident. When snow is blown or plowed across the highway, it may cause slippery conditions or snow berns that in turn could cause an accident. Private parties who violate this statute should be given a warning letter from municipalities (for town-maintained roads). Further violations may result in the issuance of a traffic ticket which carries a $50 waiver penalty or a civil action may be brought under Section 1105, which carries a fine not to exceed $1,000 plus costs.
Zero Sort Now Here
Zero-Sort recycling is now in operation in Clarendon.