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There will be no Recreation, Conservation or Energy meetings in the month of March. Check Board Agenda pages for news on scheduled meetings in April.

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Per Rutland County Solid Waste District and Selectboard Chair Nelson Tift– Starting Monday, March 23 – Please limit Wallingford Transfer Station use to essential visits and materials only. Essential materials include: trash, zero sort recycling, and food scraps. This will help keep traffic moving and enable us to continue to provide these important services. – Please remember that transfer station staff are not required to assist in unloading your materials. They will practice social distancing for their and your safety. – If you’re feeling under the weather, we ask that you stay home and visit our facility when you are feeling better. This helps protect our workers and other customers. For more information regarding our facilities, please contact (802) 468-2872.

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The Board of Trustees has closed the library to the public effective immediately. During the current reduced hours posted previously, (M-W-TH 10-2, SAT 9-12) library staff will be available by telephone 446-2685 or email to fill requests and materials will be processed for pick up outside the front entrance. Please continue to use the drop box for returns. This precautionary measure will be reevaluated on 4/4/2020.

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Effective immediately until further notice, there is a burn ban in the town of Wallingford, to include South and East Wallingford.I am implementing this burn ban due to a number of reasons related to the Covid-19 virus.- I do not want myself or the Deputy Warden in East Wallingford unnecessarily meeting with landowners.
– If a burn goes uncontrolled it would require a response from the local fire department and/or mutual aid companies which would put a group if firefighters together that do not need to be.
– A burn that goes uncontrolled would take away town resources that may be needed during this pandemic.Over all I am asking for your cooperation in refraining from ANY open burning during this time, even in designated fire pits. If you do have an outside fire you will be asked to extinguish the fire completely yourself. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.Thank you for your understanding,
Mark Barone
Fire Warden

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Per order of the Wallingford Selectboard, the Wallingford Town Hall is temporarily closed to the public. However, the Town Clerk/Treasurer’s office will maintain regular office hours and be available via telephone 446-2336, email or fax 446-3174.

Starting March 27th, the Town Clerk & Treasurer’s Office will be closed on Fridays. Staff will continue to be available Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. via telephone 446-2336, email or fax 446-3174. Also starting March 27th, the Zoning Administrator Office will be staffed on Thursday afternoons (not Friday mornings), from 1:00 to 4:30 pm. via telephone 446-2974, email or text 802-770-0380.

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Per order of the Wallingford Selectboard, the Wallingford Town Hall is closed to the public.


Office staff will be working limited office hours behind closed doors during this time to ensure vital functions of the Town can occur.

❖ DOG LICENSES – put your payment and paperwork through the mail slot at the Town Hall or send via USPS, and we will mail back the new tag.

❖ TAX BILL COPIES – If you need a copy of your tax bill, please call or email us! We can email copies to you or your tax preparer or mail them to you.

❖ PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS – put your payment through the mail slot at the Town Hall or send via USPS, and we will mail you a receipt.

❖ GENERAL INQUIRIES – Call or email us with your questions.  Leave a message and we’ll return your call.

PHONE: 802-446-2336 ~ FAX: 802-446-3174

LAND RECORD RESEARCH: Our vault is available for research and updates By Appointment Only. The decision to come to the office will be at your discretion. We would be happy to furnish you limited records (if you have deed references-book/page required), lister card, tax bill, etc..  These documents can be emailed to you for an additional fee.

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In Response to the COVID-19(CORONAVIRUS) Pandemic, Wallingford Town Hall is temporarily closed to the public effective Monday, March 16. Town employees will assist with business as much as possible via telephone, email or mail. For the Town Clerk/Treasurer – email or call (802)446-2336. For the Town Administrator – email or call (802)446-2872. Please check back here for regular updates. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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Effective March 16, the Gilbert Hart Library will be open 15 hours weekly: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10am-2pm and Saturdays open 9am-12noon. The librarians anticipate the reduction in hours, which is in response to covid-19, will continue through May 2. The book discussion scheduled for 3/30 has been moved to Monday, May 4, at 4pm. Thanks in advance for your understanding.

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Dear Residents,

In an attempt to serve our communities in the midst of the COVID19 outbreak, community members have created a website where residents of Rutland County can ask for support with running errands and accessing food and medication: As those most at risk may not be online, we ask those who are willing to please help residents fill out the Rutland Mutual Aid form tab, “I need help” if the need arises. This activates the process of connecting those who need help with those on call to provide help. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours truly, — Liz Filskov Regional Organizer Rights & Democracy E: W: O: 802-259-3933 C: 802-779-5915

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Phil Scott has announced a Continuity of Education Plan for the orderly dismissal of all schools, and cancellation of all school related activities, no later than Wednesday, March 18. This directive, which will be distributed to schools later today, will last through April 6 — but may very well be extended for a longer period. For the full statement:

MESSAGE FROM THE CDC: Gatherings of 50 or more people should be canceled or postponed for the next eight weeks in order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, according to new guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The federal agency issued the new recommendation Sunday night, acknowledging that the large gatherings could “contribute to the spread”of the illness.