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American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is a $1.9 trillion stimulus package signed into law March 11, 2021 that is intended to aid public health and economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. ARPA included $350 billion in emergency funding for eligible state, local, territorial and Tribal governments , known as the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds distributed through the U.S. Department of the Treasury. 

The Town of Wallingford received municipal payment #1 in the amount of $102,122.90 and county payment #1 in the amount of $189,479.45 The Town will receive similar payments in 2022.

The Town must obligate the CSFRF dollars by Dec. 31, 2024, and spend by Dec. 31, 2026.

The Wallingford Selectboard is interested in forming a 5-person ARPA Committee to investigate eligible expenditures for these funds and make recommendations to the Selectboard. If interested, please contact the Town Administrator at 802-446-2872 or

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LOST AND NOT FOUND:  OUTER LIMITS SIGNS MISSING from Stone Meadow’s new multi-use trail (yes, bikes are allowed on this trail).   

Each sign costs $35.00, and we don’t have the funds in the budget to replace them. 

If you have seen the three missing signs, please let the Conservation Commission know where you spotted them.  You can leave a message with the Town Clerk’s Office at 802-446-2336.   

So take a hike or a bike on Outer Limits and look for the signs.  Your eyesight is probably better than ours!  We’ll treat you to the cupcake or pastry of your choice from the Sweet Birch Coffee Roasters & Baker on South Main Street for information leading to the safe return of the missing signs.  Have fun and keep your eyes peeled. 

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The Town has received reports of items large and small stolen in the village and in surrounding communities. Please be sure to lock up your vehicles, your homes, garage doors, and businesses. Reminder, if you see something, say something. Contact the Sheriff immediately at 911 if an emergency or 802-775-8002 for non-emergencies.

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Town Hall will close at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 and will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 25, 2021. Town Hall will reopen on Monday, November 29, 2021 at 8:00 a.m.

The transfer station will hold regular hours.

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On October 15, 2021 the Legislative Apportionment Board completed the first phase of its detailed review of the impact of the 2020 U.S. Census population changes in Vermont towns and cities, and on the existing legislative districts. The Apportionment Board’s focus is on assuring that the population of legislative districts is substantially equal. Population changes require changes to many legislative district boundaries to achieve that.

The Board has released a “tentative” Vermont House of Representatives legislative district (or districts) for your town and for all towns. If your town/city population is above a certain level, it has more than one district. The Board voted, 4-3, to tentatively propose 150 single-member House districts, i.e., one where there are no two-member districts. This is a “tentative” proposal because the Apportionment Board seeks comment, criticism and proposals from Boards of Civil Authority (BCAs) and does not decide on a final recommendation to the legislature until carefully considering town feedback. The Wallingford BCA will meet on Monday, November 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall to take up this discussion.

Proposed House Reapportionment Statewide Map – Town Finder App. This is an interactive map displaying a side-by-side comparison of current House districts and the LAB’s proposed re-drawing of districts. Clicking on a district displays district specific data like population and population deviation.  

Proposed House Reapportionment individual district PDFs. These PDFs are high resolution and can be printed in large sizes or emailed to BCA members. They can also be found and printed from the Town Finder App, above. 

Sorted by City/Town 

Sorted by Proposed District 

Current Individual House District Maps (search by town and click on district link)  

All of these materials are also online on the Vermont Secretary of State’s website: 

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A tax sale on five properties in the Town of Wallingford has been scheduled for Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. at Town Hall, 75 School Street, Wallingford, VT 05773. More informational is available regarding each property at Town Hall.

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The USDA Forest Service is initiating an environmental analysis process for the proposed Vermont Mountain Adventures Permit Reauthorization Project pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).  USDA Forest Service is seeking your comments for the project proposal that consists of the issuance of an Outfitting and Guiding Special Use Permit to Vermont Mountain Adventures for a term of ten years.  The permit would authorize them to lead up to 764 tours between December 15th – April 15th annually.  All permitted use would occur on existing designated NFS snowmobile trails. The area where the use would occur is on the National Forest in the Manchester Ranger District, Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF), Towns of Mount Holly, East Wallingford, Mount Tabor, Landgrove, Weston, Peru and East Dorset, Rutland and Bennington Counties, Vermont.

Comment period ends November 15, 2021. For more details and a map, visit the Documents page of the website and look under the Green Mt. National Forest heading. Documents – Town of Wallingford, VT | Town of Wallingford, VT – Our Community (

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The Planning Commission has scheduled a Public Hearing for Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 7:00PM at the Town Hall Office (75 School St. Wallingford, VT.) on the proposed revisions to the current 2015 Zoning Regulations.  A complete copy (draft 21) of the proposed revisions is available for review at the Town Office or may be found on the Town of Wallingford Website: Draft October 2021 Zoning Regulations

You can participate in the public hearing in-person or via Zoom. The Zoom link to the meeting is on the Planning Commission page:

Planning Commission – Town of Wallingford, VT | Town of Wallingford, VT – Our Community (

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Please be sure you are only tossing in acceptable items in the Zero Sort bin at the Wallingford Transfer Station. Acceptable items include: corrugated cardboard, cereal, shoe and dry food boxes, soda cartons, paper egg cartons, tissue boxes, paper towel and toilet paper cores, envelopes and mail, magazines and soft covered books, newspapers, white and colored paper, shredded paper, plastics 1-7 and rigid plastics, glass bottles and jars, aluminum cans, foils and plates, and metal cans.

Zero Sort does not accept styrofoam, plastic bags, food waste, no tyvex or plastic envelopes, no plastic wrapping or CDs, no newspapers that contain paint or pet waste, no plastics, glass or tin with food or other residue (must be rinsed).

For a complete list, visit Transfer Station – Town of Wallingford, VT | Town of Wallingford, VT – Our Community (