Chartered in 1761, Dorset is a vibrant and historic community nestled in the hills of southern Vermont. Dorset is well known for its mountains, valleys & New England village charm. The quality of life and schools make Dorset a great place to live. Come learn the reasons why people love to live, work & play in Dorset!
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The Town Offices will be closed Monday February 19th for President's Day
Town Meeting 2018 Info:
Floor Meeting: Monday March 5th 7pm Voting: Tuesday March 7th 7am-7pm
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE LAYING OUT A TOWN TRAIL IN DORSET, VT
**Update** On August 22nd the Selectboard approval of the Owls Head Town Forest Public Trail was appealed. On August 2nd the Selectboard approved the findings to lay out the Owls Head Public Trail. The trail will connect the Gettysburg Quarry property with the Owls Head property securing public access to Owls Head (owned by the Town since 1963).
How to claim the discount: Simply fill out the reimbursement form with proof of payment and residency and the Town will send you a check for the discount. Long Trail School and Lawrence School Swim Lesson programs are automatically discounted, no need to apply for reimbursement.
Reimbursement forms can be picked up and dropped off at the Town Offices 112 Mad Tom Road East Dorset or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Town of Dorset & Vermont Youth Conservation Corps Partner to improve Owls Head Town Forest!
The Vermont Youth Conservation Corps has spent 8 weeks this summer improving the trails in the Owls Head Town Forest. Come celebrate the Town Forest with a dedication and hike. Directions: turn onto Black Rock Lane off Route 30, turn right on Ken's Camp Road and travel to trailhead. (Please note: Black Rock Lane & Ken's Camp Road are private roads, please respect private property while accessing the Town Forest!).
Planning Commission Village Pedestrian Safety Study -