Tonight’s Wallingford Day meeting (02/21/24) has been cancelled. Please check on the municipal website for an update as to when it will be rescheduled.
A Prudential Committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at Wallingford Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Cabin Fever Fun Day at Stone Meadow has been rescheduled to Sunday, February 25th from noon to 2:00 p.m.
Dog & Cat Rabies Clinic
Our annual dog and cat rabies clinic will be held on Saturday, March 23rd from Noon to 2 p.m. with Grace Ma-Steenbergen, DVM. $15 per shot.
Dogs must be on leases. Cats must be in carriers. We will be registering Wallingford dogs that day as well.
(Reminder-all dogs must be registered by April 1st.)
This event is open to the public.
|Every eight years, the Rutland Regional Planning Commission (RRPC) updates the Rutland Regional Plan, its visionary plan for the future of the region. RRPC is in the development phase for the 2026 Rutland Regional Plan and is seeking public input. The Rutland Regional Plan is a collaborative guide to shape a healthy, equitable and resilient region. The final document will outline policies and actions for achieving our collective goal as it relates to community economic development. Over the next year and a half, RRPC staff will deploy several different outreach methods to engage with agencies and members of the public as we seek feedback on the priorities for the region. Beginning in January 2024, the RRPC is asking residents to participate in our online survey. The survey will remain open through March 31, 2024 and can be accessed through the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RutlandRegionPlan2026 Information collected will help inform a plan that features equitable policies to best serve the region’s communities. The survey will be complemented by a number of public engagement activities, including community open houses and pop-up events. As these are scheduled, they will regularly be updated on the Rutland Regional Plan 2026 website. If your organization is interested in hosting a technical workshop to dive deeper into the Plan development with staff or residents you serve, please reach out to RRPC to schedule a date convenient for your schedule.
Please be advised that our Assessors will be conducting zoning permit inspections now in Wallingford. The town contracts with New England Municipal Resource Center (NEMRC).
Town Hall Concert Series. The Wallingford Town Hall Concert Series continues with a great Irish tradition of Extra Stout just in time for St. Patrick’s celebrations on Wednesday, March 13, 2024; River Mountain Valley Boys featuring Wallingford’s own Sumio Seo will perform acoustic country and folk on April 10, 2024.
All concerts start at 7:00 p.m. with suggested donations of $15 per person with proceeds going to performers. Please support local live music.
Emergency Mgt Director Jim Bagnall delivered a supply of nitrile gloves & N95 respirators from the Army National Guard to Town Hall if you need anything or know of someone who could use these items.
Town Hall is open Mondays thru Thursdays from 8 am until 4:30 p.m.
NEW!! Thanks to efforts by the Conservation Commission, the transfer station has partnered with the Trex Plastic Film Recycling Program to provide special bins to accept: grocery bags, bread bags, bubble wrap, dry cleaning bags, newspaper sleeves, ice bags, plastic shipping envelopes, zip-lock and other re-closable food storage bags, cereal bags, case overwrap, salt bags, pallet wrap and stretch film, wood pellet bags, produce bags. As with all recycling, the materials should be relatively CLEAN. These items must go in the specially marked bins and NOT mixed with Zero Sort. Trex does NOT accept pet food bags, mesh/net produce bags, pool covers, frozen food bags, candy bar wrappers, chip bags, six pack rings, vinyl shower curtains (see transfer station employees if you have questions).
If you know of residents who are in need of financial assistance for housing expenses, there are many state-wide programs available that are easy to access and have literally hundreds of millions of dollars behind them. Vermont Leagues of Cities and Towns (VLCT) compiled a list of resources in this document: Housing Resources for Vermonters in Need