Welcome to the municipal website for Waterbury, Vermont.
Municipal Office Notices
The Municipal Office is located at the Main Street Fire Station at 43 South Main Street, back entrance 2nd floor.
The Police Department is located at 46 South Main Street across the street from the Main Street Fire Station. They can be reached by calling 802-244-7339 or if it is an emergency, call 911.
The Highway Department would like to remind you that from November 15th to April 15th there is no parking on Village Streets from 12:00am to 6:00am and all vehicles will be towed at the owner's expense. Thank you for your cooperation.
Waterbury Conservation Commission presents 'The Cougar Returns to the East' on Thursday December 12th at 7:00pm at the Stowe Theatre, 67 Main Street in Stowe.
Thank You Long Term Community Recovery Members
As of November 11, 2013 the Long-Term Community Recovery Steering Committee (LTCR SC) has officially completed their appointment and mission. While many of the recovery projects are still being carried out, they are doing so through grant funding and community coordination. Many thanks to the countless volunteers, Project Champions and community leaders who have put in long hours over the past 2+ years to shepherd the recovery efforts from Tropical Storm Irene. Click here for the full report that was finalized by the LTCR SC on November 11, 2013 and serves to document the people, the projects, the success stories and lessons learned that have taken place since August 29, 2011.
2013 TAX BILLS NOW AVAILABLE
2013 Property Tax bills were mailed Monday, July 15th. The Town is not responsible for sending additional copies to third parties, such as mortgage or escrow accounts. Please be sure to provide copies to your representatives as needed.
For more information about 2013 Town and Village rates, please click here.
Direct debit service will continue from year to year. If you need to confirm your enrollment in direct debit for property taxes, please have your parcel ID ready and call (802) 244-5858. If you are interested in signing up for direct debit please click here.
IMPORTANT CHANGES REGARDING PROPERTY TAX AND UTILITY BILLS
Beginning July 2013, all tax and utility payments must be received in-hand on or before the close of business on each applicable due date. Payments may be mailed, but must also be received in our office no later than close of business on the appropriate due dates. Payments that are postmarked on the due dates but received late will no longer be accepted as on-time. For due dates that fall on a weekend or holiday, payment must be received on or before the following business day. Office hours are from 8am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
The Town and Village are happy to offer a FREE direct-debit service for tax and utility payments. Once enrolled, payment would be automatically withdrawn from your bank account on each due date as billed. For more information, please click here or call 802-244-5858. Forms may be submitted as late as 10 days before each due date to become enrolled.
More information about the boards’ decision to change the postmark policy can also be found here. If you have further questions about due dates and payment options, please call 802-244-5858.
Waterbury's 250th Anniversary 1763 ~ 2013
Since its charter in 1763, Waterbury's history has been chronicled, celebrated, and remembered. As we celebrate our 250th anniversary we encourage people to share in that history by picking up a commemorative booklet filled with history facts and photos at local businesses throughout Waterbury. We also encourage people to become a part of that history by participating in a variety of planned events throughout the year. June 7th marks the actual anniversary date of the signing of our charter. A fun-filled, event is planned at Rusty Parker Memorial Park to honor that historic occasion. For a complete schedule of events, meetings, and music visit the 250th Anniversary Calendar.
This Week´s Events on the Municipal Calendar
December 12 - December 15
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