Although Cyanobacteria has been reported at Joe’s Pond between ponds two and three at the narrows, the Public access areas remain open – Both the beach and boat launch are open for the holiday weekend. Monitoring for the bacterial bloom is being done and it is not in either of those spaces. If you see blooms of cyanobacteria please notify the Town Health Officer, Eric Bach, at 802-473-2284.  Blooms are most noticeable late morning until the sun begins to set in the evening.  For more information please visit the following site: www.healthvermont.gov/cyanobacteria


Highway Department has an opening for a part time non CDL position.  CDL is preferred but not required.  For details, contact Keith Gadapee at 802-745-7706.  Applications can be found under Highway Department Forms and Applications.


Farmers Market – Town Green – Wednesdays June 15th until October 12th (9am-1pm)


Methodist Church Yard/Bake Sale – Town Green – Sunday, July 10th (10am-3pm)


Danville Senior Meal Site Fundraiser Luncheon – Town Green – Thursday, July 21st (11:30-12:30) 


Old North Church Summer Lamplighter Services 7pm on 6/26, 7/31, 8/28 and 9/25


Band Concert & Ice Cream Social – Town Green – Sunday, August 21st @ 6:30 pm (Rain location:  Danville Methodist Church)


Hazardous Waste Day July 23rd

Bulky Waste Day (Fall) September 24th

2022 Tire Pricing NEKWMD and 2022 Events Calendar NEKWMD


For Assistance with missed payments on mortgage, utilities, property taxes and homeowner’s or condominium association fees contact: Vermont Homeowners Assistance ProgramThis program is administered by Vermont Housing Finance Agency and funded through the Federal American Rescue Plan Act, the program provides grants for eligible Vermont homeowners.


Management Plan for LVRT (LAMOILE VALLEY RAIL TRAIL):

LVRT | Agency of Transportation (vermont.gov)

Lamoille Valley Rail Trail Scheduled for Completion This Fall

The long anticipated four-seasons recreation trail will run 93 miles from St. Johnsbury to Swanton. In addition to providing a smooth, safe surface on which to walk, run or ride (horseback, bicycle or snowmobile), the trail corridor is expected to bolster the economies of the towns through which it passes. In the NEK, those towns are Hardwick, Greensboro, Stannard, Walden, Danville and St. Johnsbury. The segment between West Danville and Hardwick will be finished by November 12. Effective July 1st, the trails will be under the management of VTrans, and VAST will play a prominent role during the winter months. Visit the website to stay informed and to see how the public can provide input on the LVRT: Here

 

Project Announcement

Construction of remaining segments of LVRT

PowerPoint Presentation (vermont.gov)


Application for Membership to Fire Department


Dog licenses due – contact Town Clerk or go to Dog Licensing


Request to Post Temporary Signs on Danville Town Property


Town Land and Vital Record research is by appointment only.  Please call the Town Clerk’s Office to schedule an appointment.  (802-684-3352)


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