WAITSFIELD TOWN OFFICES – CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH 04/15/21

*The closure was extended 3/16/21, in accordance with Addendum 12 to Amended and Restated Executive Order 01-20.

Due to the continued prevalence of COVID-19 in Vermont, and in an effort to fully comply with Governor Scott’s recently issued Addendum 12 to Amended and Restated Executive Order 01-20, the Waitsfield Town Offices will remain closed to the public.

The extended closure is anticipated to last through April 15th, 2021, though it may be extended again at that time if there is a public health need. 

Waitsfield residents can request appointments for time-sensitive business, such as obtaining a marriage license. Existing research appointments will remain in place, and the Town will continue to schedule time in the vault for researchers (still only one at a time). Whenever possible, researchers may request copies of land records, tax bills, etc., sent via fax or email when the book and page can be provided. Town staff will determine to what extent assistance can be offered to researchers, based on request and general availability. 

Town employees will continue to work and be available to assist whenever and however possible (while maintaining strict adherence to all public health measures and recommendations). Please check the website for information, call (496-2218), or email with questions or concerns.

The Town Garage remains closed to the general public.

The Vermont Department of Health’s (VDH) website remains one of the best, most comprehensive, places to get information on COVID-19 in Vermont. Click the link here (https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19) to visit VDH’s page. 

For additional information, such as an updated look as to how Vermont’s doing, visit the Vermont Dashboard (https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19/current-activity/vermont-dashboard).