Gilfeather Turnip Proposed as the Official Vermont State Vegetable

January, 2015 - House Bill HS65. Call or write your State Representative to voice your support for this Bill to go to the floor of the Legislature for a 


Bill Co-Sponsor:   Laura Sibilia   

(802) 348-7131

Important Phone Numbers     AREA CODE 802

Town Office (Town Clerk)   896-6055

        HOURS: Mon to Thurs 9 to 12, reopens 1 to 4:30

Listers' Office   896-1001

Town Garage   896-6542  


          Mon, Tues and Fri  - 12 to 5

          Sat and  Sub  - 9 to 5   (closed Wed and Thurs)

Public Library   896-6988   

            HOURS: Mon and Thurs  - 10 to 1

                            Tues and Wed   - 2 to 7

                             Sat  - 10 - 1 (closed Fri and Sun)

Elementary School     896-6210

Constable   275-0009

Constable   896-6641

Animal Control   896-6641   

Fire Dept. Office (non-emergency)     896-6760  

Post Offices

Wardsboro -05355     896-6361       

West Wardsboro/Stratton -05360    896-6118


Community Food Pantry    874-7234

Community Lunch once a month, $3.50   896-6202

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I get a copy of the Annual Town Report? It's not online, but you can pick up a free copy at the Town Office on Main Street.

Where can I find all the demographic facts about Wardsboro? Try this link to City Data.

Can anyone attend selectboard meetings?  Yes, it's a public meeting. See this page for times, dates, and info.

When is the dump open?  See the list on the left side  <<<< over there.

Is recycling trash mandatory?  Yes, since July 1, 2014 - everything must be tossed into the correct bins at the dump. It's not rocket science.

Red  Clover Vermont State Flower

Hermit Thrush Vermont State Bird

Wardsboro, Vermont   05355
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Saturday, August 8, 7 PM. $10


Record Release Show at

Wardsboro Town Hall.


West Townshend based singer-songwriters Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson, well known as the husband and wife folk duo Hungrytown, debut their new record "Further West" at a record release show in Wardsboro's Town Hall.  A one-time special  performance.
Admission $10.

Starting July 1


Still free - Paper, Recyclable Cans, Bottles and Plastic, and Yard Waste.

AUGUST 15  Noon Town Hall


Call Bette to save a seat

896-6202       $ 3.50