Welcome to the municipal website for Waterbury, Vermont.
Municipal Office Notices
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 Town of Waterbury is seeking volunteers for various Committees, Commissions, and Appointments. For more information, please contact the Town Clerk's Office at 244-8447.Waterbury Committee Descriptions Vacancies 3-19-13 01
Click here for information and updates on Waterbury area transportation projects.
Rescission Bond Vote Information - May 2014
Early Voting starts April 23
Early voting starts April 23 at the Town Clerk’s office at the Main Street fire station. Office hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm.
Voting Day is May 13
The polls will be open from 7 AM - 7 PM at St. Leo’s Church Hall behind St. Andrew’s Catholic Church
109 South Main Street
Frequently Asked Questions:
If I voted at Town Meeting, do I need to vote again?
YES. This is a separate ballot.
If I requested an absentee ballot at Town Meeting, do I have to request one again?
YES. This is a separate election.
I turned 18 since Town Meeting Day. Can I vote on this now?
If you are registered to vote (see above), you can vote on this question.
I will be out of town on May 13. What do I do?
You can vote early at the Town Clerk’s Office beginning on April 23, or you can request an absentee ballot to be mailed.
How do I know if I am registered?
If you are not sure if you are registered, call the Town Clerk’s Office at 244-8447.
Can someone else pick up my Absentee Ballot?
No, you must request it directly and your ballot will be mailed to you. You may return it in the mail, or anyone can drop it off in person.
To view a sample ballot, please click here. If you have any questions regarding the rescission vote, please call the Town Clerk's Office at 244-8447.
All of the 2014 Summer Recreation Information
is now available click here for details! Day Camp
slots are filling fast!
There are many many new activities for all ages
Green Up Day is May 3rd
Click here for Green Up information!
The Highway Department is seeking to hire a Full Time Truck Driver/Mechanic. Click here for more Information.
The Town of Waterbury Recreation Department is now accepting applications for the 2014 summer season. More information about this and other open positions can be found here.
The Town and Village of Waterbury are Equal Opportunity Employers.
Invitation for Bids
Sealed bids from qualified contractors for the Waterbury Stowe Street STP EH 10(20) Project shall be accepted until 2:00pm on Friday May 9th, 2014 at the Waterbury Municipal Office, 2nd floor of the Main Street Fire Station, 43 South Main Street, Waterbury, Vermont. Click here for a description of the project.
Request for Proposals
The Town of Waterbury is soliciting Construction Phase: Resident Engineer and Inspection Services for Sidewalk and Curb Construction and Appurtenances on Stowe Street.
Click here for the full RFP and more information. The RFP submittal deadline is 3:00pm on Monday April 28, 2014.
The Town of Waterbury is soliciting proposals for a Phase II Environmental Assessment as well as Geotechnical Engineering Services.
Click here for the full RFP and more information. The RFP submittal deadline is 12:00 noon on Friday April 25th.
Need a copy of your property tax bill?
To insure confidentiality to our taxpayers, the Town will not provide copies of tax bills or annual tax amounts via fax, phone, or email. You may request a copy of the bill to be mailed to the address we have on file, or a property owner (whose name is listed on the tax bill) may stop by our offices during normal business hours and we are happy to provide a copy. Please note that we will not provide copies of tax bills to third parties (such as mortgage or escrow companies) electronically, as noted above. For questions, please call (802) 244-5858.
2014 tax rates are not yet available. Please check back in July 2014 for updated municipal and state rates.
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.
This Week´s Events on the Municipal Calendar
April 25 - April 27
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