ROXBURY TOWN OFFICE
1664 Roxbury Road | PO Box 53
Roxbury VT 05669-0053
Phone: 802-485-7840
Email: townclerk@roxburyvt.org

Masks are required inside the Office.

STAFF
TAMMY LEGACY, MMC, Town Clerk
BRITNEY POMBAR, Asst. Town Clerk
Winter Hours: Sept. 27 – May 5, 2022
Tues. – Friday
9AM-12PM, 1PM-4PM
Records research by appointment only.

New Email Addresses for Town of Roxbury
The Town Clerk’s office has new email addresses. Please update all address books.
Tammy Legacy: townclerk@roxburyvt.org
Britney Pombar: assistanttc@roxburyvt.org.


2022 Annual Town Meeting Documents
Candidate Petitions and Forms are now available on the Annual Town Meeting page and at the Roxbury Town Office. Questions? Contact the Town Office at 485-7840.
Deadline for all petitions is Monday, Jan. 24th at 5PM.
7 signatures are required for an elected Town office candidate.
30 signatures (Montpelier and/or Roxbury voters) are required for an School Board position.

An advertisement for the CVCC position will be available soon.


2022 Annual Town Meeting Update
The Annual Town Meeting shall take place remotely on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022. Polling will be in the Roxbury Town Offices, from 7AM – 7PM. Absentee ballots will be available. Stay tuned!


Upcoming Meetings
2021-2022 Selectboard Meeting Schedule

Roxbury VT Selectboard Meeting
The next regular Meeting of the Roxbury Selectboard is on Monday, Jan. 24th, at 7PM in the Community Hall. Masks are required.
Agenda: 01-24-2022 (Agenda items can be subject to late changes).


Meeting Minutes Posted
Selectboard: Minutes of 01-18-2022 Special Meeting, DRAFT Minutes of 01-10-2022.
Planning Commission: Minutes of 01-19-2022.
Board of Civil Authority: Minutes of 01-13-2022


So many ski trails, so little time. Sugarbush and Mad River snow trails are calling you. Reserve your getaway today.

Roxbury Town Plan Draft Document Available
The draft version of the 2021 Roxbury Town Plan is now available on the website under Government/Roxbury Town Reports.


Vermont Farm and Forest School * 802-279-1548 * vtfarmandforestschool[AT]gmail.com

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
Emerald Ash Borer has been discovered in Berlin and is already in Northfield. EAB is an invasive insect that attacks and kills 99% all 3 species of ash found in Vermont. Roxbury Roxbury is now in the ‘Slow The Spread’ area. Monitor your ash trees if you can. Buy local wood to burn. We have a section on EAB on the Home Page and under our page, Nature/Conservation Resources.