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July-August COVID vaccine clinics. Roxbury VT Fire Station 1726 Roxbury Road (VT Rte 12A). 12PM-6PM. Masks required. Bring your vaccine card.

Upcoming Meetings
2022-2023 Selectboard Meeting Schedule

Selectboard Meeting
The Selectboard will meet in the Community Hall at 7:00PM on Monday, August XX, 2022.
Agenda: 08-XX-2022.


2022 Meeting Minutes Posted
Selectboard: DRAFT Minutes of the 08-01, 07-25 Meetings, 07-12 Special Meeting.
Board of Civil Authority: Minutes of 08-03 Meeting, Minutes of 3 Tax Appeals Hearings on 08-03-2022, Minutes of 3 Tax Appeal Hearings on 07-28-2022, Minutes of Informal Meeting 07-28-2022
Board of Listers: Minutes of the 07-05 Meeting.


Braintree Route 12 Bridge Closure
Latest update (Aug. 5) on the Braintree road closure. TRAFFIC IMPACT: Vermont Route 12 is closed to all traffic at Bridge No. 47 over Ayers Brook in Braintree, approximately 5 miles north of the intersection with Vermont Route 66. Some limited flagging operations may be utilized this week for work occurring beyond the closure limits. The 28-day closure of VT 12 began July 20, 2022 and is scheduled to be completed August 17, 2022.
During the closure, traffic will be detoured along Vermont Route 12A, where a paving project is currently underway. Motorists can expect one-way alternating traffic patterns through the work zones and should plan for delays. (AOT Construction Update, Braintree BF 0241(51))


Position Open on the Board of Listers
The Town of Roxbury has a open position for a Lister. The Town of Roxbury Board of Listers provide and manage property assessment information and oversee the reappraisal process as required.
If you are interested, please contact the Town Office at 802-485-7840.


CV Fiber Update
Tim Sullivan, our CVT Internet Board Delegate, posted the latest news on CV Fiber’s implementation of fiber in member towns, including Roxbury. Click here for the update. Thanks, Tim!


Be Tick Aware!
Yep, those nasty little buggers are out in force. Although tick activity peaks in June, they remain active through Fall. Want to know more? HealthVermont has information on how to check for ticks, removal techniques, types of ticks, and more. Remember your pets need protection too. Ask your veterinarian about tick prevention products.


2022 Dog Licenses
The deadline to license your pooches was April 1st. Fees are now $11./per neutered dog and $17./per unneutered dog. Vermont law states that dogs must be licensed yearly, or face fines of up to $500. and/or the dog(s) being impounded and destroyed.