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250th Anniversary
of St. George
1763 - 2013

Copies of the Town Photo taken at our Anniversary Celebration are available for purchase from the Town Clerk.

 

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GENERAL INFORMATION / About St. George

The Town of St. George was chartered in 1763 in honor of King George III, the then reigning monarch of England. Comprised of only 2,200 acres, St. George is geographically the smallest town in the State of Vermont. Located in Chittenden County, St. George is on the fringe of the greater Burlington metropolitan area.

Today, diverse neighborhoods, agricultural enterprises, a golf course and a small industrial park are located within its small borders. In order to preserve what makes our community unique, St. George welcomes the active participation of all of its residents. Please contact us if you are interested in getting involved!


St. George Town Meeting
Tuesday, March 4, 2014, 6:00 pm

At CVU High School, please bring your Town Report with you.

~ Monthly Meeting Schedule ~
All meetings are open to the public.

Development Review Board ~ 7:00 pm second Wednesday of the month
School Board ~ 7:00 pm second Wednesday of the month
Selectboard ~ 7:00 pm third Thursday of the month
Planning Commission ~ 7:00 pm fourth Tuesday of the month
(please note this is a new time for the Planning Commission)  

For more information on each Board, please select from the menu on the left.
Due to scheduling conflicts within each board, occasionally it is
necessary to change the meeting dates.

 

    
ęTown of St. George, 2006