The Town of Wallingford is located in the Otter Creek Valley along Route 7 between the Taconic and Green Mountain Ranges, 22 miles north of Manchester and 10 miles south of Rutland.

Wallingford is divided into three distinct villages. Each depicts the typical small New England town with colonial, federal, and Victorian homes, antique shops, white steepled churches, inns, and small country stores and gift shops. Wallingford offers a great opportunity for the Vermont visitor to experience the small town atmosphere, whether it is for an hour’s walk, or for an extended visit.

The Village Center Designation program supports local revitalization efforts across the state by providing technical assistance and state funding to help designated municipalities build strong communities. Wallingford has achieved that designation. Click here for a list of benefits.

Community Events

Food Cupboard

Front Porch Forum

Gilbert Hart Library

Helpful Links

Newsletter

Park & Ride Facility 

Summer Recreation Program

Village Center Designation

Wallingford Historical Society

Wallingford Merchants Brochure 2014

Wallingford Seniors