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Help Wanted - Part Time Transfer Station Attendant

Posted: 05/11/22

The Town of Whitingham, an equal opportunity employer, seeks an interested individual to serve as a temporary Transfer Station Attendant (may become permanent).  Current Transfer Station hours are Sunday 12-4, Tuesday 9-2 and 5-7, Thursday and Saturday 9-2. 


PDF icon Transfer Station Attendant job description
PDF icon Town of Whitingham job application

REAL ESTATE RECORDS

Posted: 02/10/21

LAND RECORDS:  The Town of Whitingham’s Land Records are indexed and scanned from June 28, 1967 forward.

The online system is available by clicking: https://recordhub.cottsystems.com.  If you wish to view the index, there is no charge and you can sign up and choose the complimentary subscription.  If there is a record that you want to view or print, you must purchase a subscription or come to the Town Clerk’s Office.  You should log in first and be sure that the document is in the system before you pay for a subscription.

If you decide to purchase a subscription and you need help when creating an account, you can contact Cott Systems Technical Support at 800-234-2688, first prompt is 8, second prompt is 1.

PROPERTY RECORD CARDS: Property Record Cards can be found HERE.

TAX BILLS: 2021 Tax Bills can be found HERE.

TAX MAPS:  Property tax maps can be found HERE.


Request for Masonry Proposals

Posted: 04/08/22

The Town of Whitingham is now accepting proposals for masonry work at Town Hill Common:

  • Remove and replace approximately 125’ x 18” of rock/stone retaining wall.  Alternative proposals including rock, manufactured stone, or other suitable material may be considered
  • Construct a monument to match existing

Site meeting/inspection can be arranged by contacting Seth Boyd at sethboyd70@gmail.com.


PDF icon Request for Proposals masonry work 2022

ARPA spending suggestions

Posted: 04/08/22

The Selectboard, acting as the town's ARPA Committee, is seeking suggestions for projects or other uses of the ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds designated to the town. Please submit your ideas via email to gig@whitinghamvt.org for the Selectboard to consider.


Ordinance Regulating All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)

Posted: 06/04/20

Addendum A to Ordinance Regulating All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)

ADOPTION OF ADDENUM A: LIST OF TOWN HIGHWAYS AND TOWN TRAILS OPEN TO ATV USE  [addendum to: CIVIL ORDINANCE REGULATING ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES (ATVs)]

At their meeting on April 20, 2022 the Whitingham Selectboard adopted an updated Addendum A: List of Town Highways and Town Trails Open to ATV Use,  to the civil Ordinance Regulating All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) which became effective on August 2, 2020.

The new Addendum A follows:

ADDENDUM A:  List of Town Highways and Town Trails Open to ATV Use

Tunnel Street

Bosley Hill Road

Long Pine Road

Freezing Hole Drive

Ruba Road

Citizens of the Town of Whitingham have the right to petition for a vote on the question of disapproving this Addendum to an ordinance per Title 24 V.S.A. § 1973. 

If you have any questions or comments regarding this ordinance, please contact Gig at (802) 368-7500 or via email at gig@whitinghamvt.org.

Unless a petition is filed by June 4, 2022, in accordance with Title 24 V.S.A. § 1973, the Addendum A to Whitingham Ordinance Regulating All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) shall become effective on June 19, 2022.


PDF icon Ordinance Regulating All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)
PDF icon ADDENDUM A to Ordinance Regulating All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) effective 06.19.22

Forest Fire Warden

Posted: 09/29/21

The Bears are Awake, time to bring in your birdfeeder

Posted: 03/23/22

It's spring, the bears have come out of hibernation and they are hungry.  Please remove your birdfeeders.  A FED BEAR IS A DEAD BEAR.

HERE you can find information about living with black bears.  HERE you can find information about managing food scraps in bear country.


Designated Village Centers program benefits

Posted: 11/19/21

The villages of Jacksonville and Whitingham are both "designated" village centers which provides the community with the benefits listed in the flyer attached.


PDF icon Village Center benefits