The 17th annual Wallingford Community Bike Safety Day will be Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Wallingford Elementary School.
Reminder, the second property tax payment is due by April 20th.
Wallingford students may apply for the Ralph E. Stafford and Irving Smith scholarships by clicking here for an application. Deadline to apply is April 30.
Wallingford’s Summer Recreation Program features 5 weeks of fun filled activities for youngsters who have completed Kindergarten through the sixth grade.
You can also visit our Summer Recreation page. Go to Departments then Recreation and Elfin Lake. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on 2015 Summer Recreation Program Information.
The town of Wallingford is accepting applications for lifeguards and summer recreation program counselors. For an application, visit the Documents page of this website and find Employment Application under the Municipal heading.
Wallingford Volunteer Fire Department will host the annual chicken barbecue on May 9. A 50/50 drawing will be held at the barbecue at 5:00 p.m. See a member of the fire department to purchase 50/50 tickets. Tickets are also available at Town Hall.
Registration for Long Trail Baseball and Wallingford Softball has started. Registration forms and payments should be mailed to:
Long Trail Baseball
c/o Bastian Auer
166 Prospect Street
Wallingford, VT 05773
Questions? Call Bastian Auer at 446-2893 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The inaugural Second Tuesday Open Mic will be Tuesday, April 14th at historic Wallingford Town Hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., music starts at 7:00 p.m. Sound system provided. Musicians, poets, storytellers – come and share your talents in front of a lively audience. Non-profit groups interested in sponsoring fundraiser bake sales at the monthly events should contact the Town Administrator at 446-2872 or email email@example.com
Townspeople voted to approve all Articles on this year’s municipal Warning, including a sum not to exceed $1,046,759.44 for the General Operation of the town with an amount not to exceed $696,964.33 to be raised in property taxes for fiscal year 2016.
There were no contested races for elective offices.
Australian ballot voting results:
Article VI-Borrowing Passed- (Yes 214), (No 77), (Blank 17)
Article VII-Budget Passed – (Yes 190), (No 104), (Blank 14)
Article VIII-Sinking Fund Passed – (Yes 204), (No 92), (Blank 12)
Article IX-Surplus Passed (Yes 192), (No 102), (Blank 14)
All Homeowners in the Fire District #1 are being asked to please leave a faucet running in your house overnight to help reduce the number of frozen water lines. All invoices will be adjusted next quarter, so do not worry about running the water. Please continue to let faucets run overnight until further notice.
If you have any questions please contact Clerk/Treasurer Maureen Duchesne at 446-2964.