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Town of Waterbury Declaration of Inclusion

Waterbury condemns racism and welcomes all people, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, age, or disability, and will protect these classes to the fullest extent of the law.  As a town, we formally condemn discrimination in all of its forms and commit to fair and equal treatment of everyone in our community.  Waterbury has and will continue to be a place where individuals can live freely and express their opinion.

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Waterbury Green Up – Saturday, May 7, 2022

Posted 4/26/22

Vermont Green Up Day is Saturday, May 7, and volunteers are needed to pitch in to pick up trash along roadsides, in and near parks and other public places around town.

Town of Waterbury Recreation Department

Posted 4/23/22

The Town of Waterbury is seeking candidates to fill the position of Program Coordinator in the town’s Recreation Department.

Hope Davey & Ice Center Area Parks Study

Posted 4/21/22

A. Introduction The Town of Waterbury is requesting proposals for a consultant to perform a study and prepare master plans for multi-use recreation and natural resource management for two parks,…

The Town of Waterbury is Looking For Volunteers for Various Committees and Commissions

Posted 3/23/22

The Waterbury Select Board is seeking to fill vacancies on the Development Review Board, Planning Commission, Recreation Committee, Conservation Commission and Tree Commitee.

Item for Sale

Posted 3/23/22

2003 John Deere 990 Tractor 2000 hours


Posted 2/22/22

The Edward Farrar Utility District (EFUD) is in the process of obtaining Statements of Qualifications from qualified engineering firms detailing the firms’ qualifications, technical expertise,…